Use BOOM cards for a super engaging, fun way to explore the Rights & Responsibilities of US Citizens! Students will scroll through and receive immediate feedback when interacting with 15 colorful task cards to identify the correct answer after reading 15 engaging real world examples! What exact
The Citizenship and Naturalization Escape Room will take students on a secret mission around the classroom! This escape room has students decode interesting facts about the process of becoming a U.S. citizen & Naturalization. This Escape Room has students walking around the classroom breaking co
What is a DIGITAL resource?Use Google Drive to access my Rights & Responsibilities of US Citizens QUICK CHECK for an easy way to monitor and assess students’ progress for this important skill in the intermediate grades in Social Studies. I created a Google Form that provides an engaging and colo
Of all the projects I do in 8th Grade History and Government I think this is the most essential. In this project, students choose a problem: could be in the school, city, state, etc. Then students research why it is a problem, decide on a solution the problem, develop a presentation, and then pres
This is a bundle of 2 which includes a free standing, 14 slide, highly animated power point presentation on the Rights, Duties, and Privileges of US Citizens. Each of the slides are editable so you can modify the presentation to fit your individual needs.It also includes a 16 page, Unit Lesson Plan
Is voting important? Does my vote count? Should we have the Electoral College? Should corporations be able to spend money on elections? Use these ready-to-go stations to have students analyze and build arguments about voting. ZIP FILE INCLUDES:6 stations with debates about voting/elections in the Un
In this lesson your students will learn all about the duties and responsibilities of U.S. citizens and even get to practice several responsibilities that make good citizens.
Included in this Lesson:
-Preview sorting activity (predicting what are citizens duties and responsibilities)
This PowerPoint review game will cover all the basics of citizenship. The principles of Law of Blood and Law of Soil, as well as, the ideas of Rights, Obligations, and Responsibilities. There are 21 Multiple Choice and Yes/No questions that cover each of these ideas. There are scenarios, quotes,
In this two week Project Based Learning project your students show if they know what it took for loyal American citizens to turn into rebellious, brave soldiers. They will be giving exciting, unique presentations and having a class debate to prove the depth of their learning.To launch this project,
This lesson includes a PowerPoint on the topic of Duties and Responsibilities of a Citizen and a student worksheet for note taking purposes. The lesson is designed to accompany the McGraw Hill Civics Textbook, but can also be used as a stand alone lesson. Talking points are added to the notes sect
***Includes a Google version for DISTANCE LEARNING..... Please make sure any resources placed online are password protected so that only your class has access (no free public access). Thanks so much!I have my students complete this "pamphlet" project during my U.S. Government Unit on “Citizen Partic
A bundle of activities about the Duties and Responsibilities of American Citizens. Great for Constitution Day or lessons on democracy. Included are the following:
- a 16 slide power point
- FIB notes for the power point with key
- a 10 question active viewing worksheet for the power point
This is a 14 slide, highly animated, editable power point presentation on the rights, duties and responsibilities of US Citizens. In three sections, it covers the definition of citizenship, how to become a naturalized citizen, the rights, duties & responsibilities of a citizen. The Declaration o
DIGITAL + PRINTABLE | United States Citizenship Adapted Book | Teach your students all about being and becoming a US citizen with this set of adapted, leveled readers.What is included?• Level 1 - 18 page book with 2 comprehension questions (22 total Velcro answer pieces)• Level 2 - 18 page book with
In this Webquest, students will explore the immigration process, as well as the process of becoming a citizen of the United States. They will research the necessary documentation, as well as practice taking the naturalization test. All of this findings will relate to their scenario of being a youn
This is a notes presentation on the Duties and Responsibilities of a U.S. Citizen.At the end of the presentation, there are instructions for both teacher and student on an Exit Ticket that ties to an iCivics game called Responsibility Launcher.Great way to end a virtual lesson on Citizenship!I made
Lesson 8 of 15· What are the rights and responsibilities of U.S. citizens?· I can identify the rights and responsibilities of U.S. citizens. 17 Slides (12 Google and 5 NearPod: 2 Collaborative Boards and 1 video, 1 matching pair activity, and 1 “Time to Climb” review game) Each NearPod activity has
So... you want to become a United States citizen?
In groups, students will take the Naturalization test in the format of a trivia game. Whichever team is able to get the most questions correct is the winner. The goal of this activity is for students to see example questions of what immigrants may
Becoming a United States Citizen PowerPoint covered the concepts of citizens, citizenship, naturalization, the naturalization process, and legal / illegal aliens. Talking points are added in the notes section for teachers. Graphics and animations are included as well.This PowerPoint is designed to
Thgis is a Unit Lesson Plan on: Citizenship-Roles, Rights, and Responsibilities of Citizens and covers 7-10 days classroom instruction.
Included are the following:
• Civics Standards and Benchmarks
• Marzano Based Lesson Plan (Textbook used was Civics, Economics, and Geography. It is adaptable to
This product was created directly from the US Citizenship and Immigration Services website. It takes all 100 questions listed for citizenship candidates and formats them as a test. I use this to show my students the difficulties and challenges immigrants and refugees face in coming to our country.
Lesson 15 of 15· How do Kentucky rights and responsibilities compare to U.S. rights and responsibilities?· I can compare my rights as a U.S. citizen to my rights as a Kentucky citizen. 8 Slides (6 Google and 2 NearPod: 1 Collaborative Boards and 1 video) Each NearPod activity has a corresponding dis
Project – Around the 1970s, graffiti became more politically focused. From “SANE BLEW KOCH 182,” on the Marlboro billboard in Queens to the 2006 anti-US graffiti depicting the Statue of Liberty as death on the wall of the former US embassy in Tehran. Often graffiti, like every form of art, reflects