List the six purposes of
What is a bicameral legislature? (Sect. 1)
House of Representatives requirements:
frequency of election, age, citizenship,
residency (Sect. 2)
Who are the leaders in the House of Reps?
How are they chosen? What special power
does the House have? (Sect. 2)
Senate requirements: frequency of election,
age, citizenship, residency (Sect. 3)
Who is the leader of the Senate? When
does he vote?
Who are the other leaders?
How are they chosen?
What special power
does the Senate have? (Sect. 3)
t worry about the details in sections 4,
5, or 6 right now. We
ll study them later.
In which house do tax bills start? (Sect. 7)
Generally, what does the rest of Sect. 7
Sect. 8 lists Powers of Congress (most
important sect. in Article I) —
read the list,
choose 5 that make sense to you, and re
write them in your own words.
Sect. 9 lists the powers denied to the US
government. Pick one to describe in your
own words (we