Do You Know?

• For two months in 1784 what
  city was the temporary capital
  of the United States?
   • Answer: Trenton,...
Inclusion Review

• What does the 14th
  Amendment
  guarantee?
  • That all people, no
    matter what race,
    sex, age...
Rights, Duties, and
Responsibilities of Citizens
Vocabulary “Looks Like” Activity

• Directions:
  • In groups of three, on
    the pieces of paper
    provided, create
  ...
• Jury of Peers
  • A group of ordinary citizens who hear a case and
    deicide whether the accused person is innocent or...
• Witnesses
  • People who have seen, know of, or heard conversations
    related to a crime
• The Common Good
  • The well being of all members of society
• Candidate
  • A person running for office
The rights of citizens are guaranteed by the
                Constitution

•   To vote and hold
    elected office
•   To ...
The duties of citizens are legal rules

                    •   To obey society’s
                        laws
           ...
The responsibilities of citizens are
    expectations of society and are voluntary
•     To contribute to the
      common...
Rights, Duties, and
Responsibilities of Citizens
        Review



          Ready,
          Good!
Is it a right, duty, or responsibility to join a
                 political party?


                      Right


       ...
Is it a right, duty, or responsibility to
    pay all the taxes that you owe?


                  Right


                ...
Is it a right, duty, or responsibility to write a
    letter to the editor of a local newspaper?


                      R...
Is it a right, duty, or responsibility to vote in
                   all elections?


                      Right


      ...
Is it a right, duty, or responsibility to have
     privacy in your home and in your
                 personal life?

    ...
Review Feedback




Let’s See How We Did!
Homework!

• Due The Next Class
  Meeting:
  • Complete the Rights,
    Duties, and
    Responsibilities
    worksheet
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Righs, Duties, And Resp. Of Citizens (With Macros)

  1. 1. Do You Know? • For two months in 1784 what city was the temporary capital of the United States? • Answer: Trenton, NJ • FYI: • A goldfish has a memory span of three seconds. • No word in the English language rhymes with month, orange, silver or purple.
  2. 2. Inclusion Review • What does the 14th Amendment guarantee? • That all people, no matter what race, sex, age, or disability have the same rights and equal opportunities
  3. 3. Rights, Duties, and Responsibilities of Citizens
  4. 4. Vocabulary “Looks Like” Activity • Directions: • In groups of three, on the pieces of paper provided, create drawings of what each vocabulary word looks • The Vocabulary: • Jury of Peers • Witnesses • The Common Good • Candidate
  5. 5. • Jury of Peers • A group of ordinary citizens who hear a case and deicide whether the accused person is innocent or guilty
  6. 6. • Witnesses • People who have seen, know of, or heard conversations related to a crime
  7. 7. • The Common Good • The well being of all members of society
  8. 8. • Candidate • A person running for office
  9. 9. The rights of citizens are guaranteed by the Constitution • To vote and hold elected office • To say what you think in speech or in writing • To practice your own religion • To have a fair trial • To be protected while in other countries
  10. 10. The duties of citizens are legal rules • To obey society’s laws • To defend the nation against threats to peace and security • To serve on a jury or as a witness in court • To pay taxes • To attend school
  11. 11. The responsibilities of citizens are expectations of society and are voluntary • To contribute to the common good • To learn about issues and take part in government • To help candidates with their election campaigns • To influence government by expressing opinions • To improve communities
  12. 12. Rights, Duties, and Responsibilities of Citizens Review Ready, Good!
  13. 13. Is it a right, duty, or responsibility to join a political party? Right Duty Responsibility
  14. 14. Is it a right, duty, or responsibility to pay all the taxes that you owe? Right Duty Responsibility
  15. 15. Is it a right, duty, or responsibility to write a letter to the editor of a local newspaper? Right   Duty   Responsibility
  16. 16. Is it a right, duty, or responsibility to vote in all elections? Right Duty Responsibility
  17. 17. Is it a right, duty, or responsibility to have privacy in your home and in your personal life? Right Duty Responsibility
  18. 18. Review Feedback Let’s See How We Did!
  19. 19. Homework! • Due The Next Class Meeting: • Complete the Rights, Duties, and Responsibilities worksheet

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