Citizenship

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Citizenship

  1. 1. American Government Unit 1 – Lesson 3
  2. 2.  SWBAT analyze the benefits and responsibilities of citizenship in order to analyze how citizens might affect an election.
  3. 3.  Welcome/Opening Objective/Assessment Review Agenda Review Warm Up Review Margaret Mead Quote Analysis Motivation: Animoto Video on Citizen’s Responsibilities Discussion: What are our Mandatory and Voluntary responsibilies? Review Questions Political Cartoon Anaylsis Exit Ticket
  4. 4.  Which of these is the most direct way for a group of teenagers to influence the outcome of a bill that would raise the minimum driving age? A. Testifying at a legislative hearing B. Launching a voter registration drive C. Writing to an ambassador D. Appealing to a high court
  5. 5.  What is this quote saying? Do you agree with this line of thinking? Why or why not?
  6. 6. Obey Laws Pay Taxes Register for Selective ServiceServe on a Jury/Appear as a Witness Vote Run for Elected Office Join a Political PartyCommunicate with Elected Officials Volunteer
  7. 7. TACOS STRATEGY YOUR RESPONSET (Time: when was it created?)A (Action: what is going on in the cartoon?)C (Caption: what does the cartoon say? What does it mean?)O (Objects: what familiar objects, symbols, or people do you recognize? Are they exaggerated?)S (Summary: What was the author’s message?)
  8. 8.  Thank you for your hard work today!

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