Guided Reading Scaffold 8.2 Name of Section: How Federal Courts are Organized Pages 196-199 Answer in COMPLETE SENTENCES!!!! Knowledge: Define the following: Jurisdiction: Authority to hear a case Original Jurisdiction: Appellate Jurisdiction: Comprehension: Compare and Contrast the juries and number of judges in US District Courts and the US Court of Appeals (Hint-use chart on page 197). Application: Identify the job of the appeals courts. Analysis: Analyze the reason why there are more district courts than appeals courts in the United States. Synthesis: Suppose you were picking a judge. What Constitutional qualifications must you meet? What other qualifications do you think a federal judge should have? Evaluation: How would you evaluate the role of the opinion in setting precedent?