CH 3. the meaning of citizenship
Being a citizen of the United Sates, by birth or naturalization, involves rights, duties, and responsibilities. These responsibilities include contributing to the common good. Throughout life, each individual plays many social roles that change, overlap, and even conflict. It is important for us to understand our civic responsibilities to support the basic values that unite American society.
Citizen’s Journal # 3
Read “Citizenship and You” on page 45
Write a paragraph explaining your understanding of what citizenship means.
Discussion Share with the people next to you.
Benefits of Citizenship
I. What it Means to be a Citizen?
Chapter III. The meaning of Citizenship Section 1
The Naturalization Process
Simulation of the citizenship Examination Process
Pretend that you are an alien who is undergoing the process of acquiring an U.S. citizenship.
Take out a piece of folder paper (half sheet is fine); and see if you can go through the naturalization process.
Game: Snakes and Ladders
Let’s take a look at the rest of the Naturalization Test questions!
Raise your hand if you knows the answer, and wait for the teacher to call on you. Do not yell out the answer—restart from the beginning.
The team who answers correctly will get to roll the dice.
1 page (minimum 3 paragraphs)
Should there ever be exceptions to the requirements for naturalization? Why or why not?
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