1. Bill introduced to the House (Speaker and Rules Committee decide rules for
how the bill
will pass through the process
2. Referred to appropriate House subcommittees for study
3. Referred to appropriate House committees for mark-up a
Congressional Speed Dating:
You will need to prepare yourself to fully represent the Congressional representative of your
choosing for five minutes in the hot seat where the rest of the class will act as your date.
You will need to know
The Constitution of the United States of America
All legislative powers are given to the Congress.
Describes the House of Representatives
Chosen by the people of each state every 2 years
Must be at least 25,
Midterm Review: January 2012
I. The Political Spectrum
A. What is "politics"
B. The Political Left (define and give examples of each)
3. Revolutionary Radical
C. The Political Right (define and give examples of ea
Economics Primer: Review
Part I: Be sure to know the following terms.
Means of Production
Part II: Be able to describe the fundamental characteristics of each type of econ
Political Spectrum Notes:
What does it mean to be left or right?
Chart these terms (on a spectrum)
What do these terms mean, and where do they go?
Reactionary - Radical - Moderate - Liberal - Conservative -The Political Spectrum:
a political community that occupies a definite territory and has an
organized government with the authority to make and enforce
economic system where the
A - goes before words that
begin with consonants or
When "u" makes the same
sound as the "y" in "you"
or "o" makes the same
sound as "w" in "won"
An - goes before words
that begin with vowels or
before unsounded "h" like
Air what you breathe