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Hook Click on image to watch short video on Preamble. Questions to consider: 1. Why does the Preamble start with We the People? I Do Why we say We The People Before the Constitution, important documents/treaties talked about the United States -- then listed the states individually by name!!! To show the new country was united and for the people, founding fathers wrote ''We the People'. in Order to form a more perfect
Union To make the country better than it was before (under the Articles of Confederation. establish Justice Improve the court system by making it a fair legal system. insure domestic Tranquility Keep things peaceful at home in all states
provide from the common defense Join together to defend against attacks against enemies. promote the general Welfare Help keep people safe and healthy. (Have good living conditions.) secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity Have freedom for themselves and future Americans. Do ordain and establish the
Constitution of the United States of America The people have created and agreed to the new plan of government, the U.S. Constitution. 1. The statement below was made by President Lyndon B. Johnson during an address to the nation on March 31, 1968. I shall not seek, and I will not accept, the nomination of my party for another term as your President. Which intention of the Preamble is reflected in the statement? a) Government holds frequent elections. b) Government exists to serve the people. c) Government promotes the general welfare.
You Do Closure d) Government provides for the common defense. 2. This newspaper headline describes an event in U.S. history. 3. In the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution, what is the meaning of the phrase "We the People"? Which government purpose identified in the Preamble is reflected in the headline? a) The people express their will through political parties.
a. ensure domestic tranquility b. promote the general welfare c. secure the blessings of liberty d. provide for the common defense b) The people express their will by directly creating laws. c) Government receives taxes from the people and exists to support them. d) Government receives its power from the people and exists to serve them. Preamble (Interpretation) Exit Slip: Answer the essential question in your interactive journal.
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