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2.4 The Bill of Rights

Quiz by Alexandra Lee

Grade 7
Social Studies
Florida Standards

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  • Q1
    Which First Amendment right is NOT being exercised in this image?
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    Freedom of Religion
    Freedom of Speech
    Freedom of Petition
    Freedom of Assembly
  • Q2
    Which of the following best describes the purpose of the Bill of Rights?
    to explain the procedure for amending the Constitution
    to guarantee freedoms that belong to every citizen
    to inspire the governments of other nations
    to limit the rights of individual citizens
  • Q3
    This statement was made by Thomas Jefferson in a 1786 letter to John Jay. Why should this freedom be guarded?
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    To keep the government from becoming the primary information source
    To provide the government with an accurate information source
    To keep the news media from controlling the political process
    To provide the news media with a guaranteed profit
  • Q4
    Which three rights are guaranteed by the Bill of Rights?
    right to vote, right to work, right to a speedy trial
    right to bear arms, right to a speedy trial, right to an education
    freedom of speech, right to bear arms, right to a speedy trial
    freedom of speech, right to work, right to petition the government
  • Q5
    What constitutional right does this image symbolize?
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    trial by peers
    speedy trial
    peaceably assembly
    legal representation

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