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1 Unit 6 4 th Grade Social Studies Vocabulary Click here to go to begin Click here to go to begin

2 Definition: the first ten amendments, or additions to the Constitution which give people important rights such as freedom of speech Individual Rights Bill of Rights Rule of Law Click here to go to the next question. Click here to go to the next question.

3 Definition: things a an individual person is entitled to have or to do Freedom of exprssion Individual rights Informed decision Click here to go to the next question. Click here to go to the next question.

4 Definition: the rights of speech, press, assembly, and petition Freedom of expression Bill of Rights Freedom Click here to go to the next question. Click here to go to the next question.

5 Definition: the right to say what you want and to talk about your beliefs, ideas, and feelings Freedom of the press Freedom of speech Freedom of assembly Click here to go to the next question. Click here to go to the next question.

6 Definition: the write and read what you want Freedom of assembly Freedom of the press Freedom of speech Click here to go to the next question. Click here to go to the next question.

7 Definition: the right to meet with others Freedom of assembly Freedom of the press Freedom of speech Click here to go to the next question. Click here to go to the next question.

8 Definition: the right to ask the government to correct something you think is wrong. Freedom of petition Freedom free Click here to go to the next question. Click here to go to the next question.

9 Definition: the right to have any religious beliefs you want or no religious beliefs at all. Freedom of religion Popular sovereignty Freedom of petition Click here to go to the next question. Click here to go to the next question.

10 Definition: the power and authority of the government comes from the people. Popular Sovereignty Freedom of religion Freedom of Petition Click here to go to the next question. Click here to go to the next question.

11 Definition: People working together for the benefit of everybody. justice The common good Rule of law Click here to go to the next question. Click here to go to the next question.

12 Definition: everyone, including the people who run the the government, must obey the law Rule of law The common good justice Click here to go to the next question. Click here to go to the next question.

13 Definition: another word for fairness Point of view justice representative government Click here to go to the next question. Click here to go to the next question.

14 Definition: a form of government where people choose representatives to make decisions for them. Representative government justice Civic responsibilities Click here to go to the next question. Click here to go to the next question.

15 Definition: things citizens are supposed to do Rule of law Civic responsibilities Bill of rights Click here to go to the next question. Click here to go to the next question.

16 Definition: A group of citizens who listen to the evidence at a trial and decide if the law has been broken. Jury Voting Republic Click here to go to the next question. Click here to go to the next question.

17 Definition: Goods and services that are produced by a government. Public goods and services taxes republic Click here to go to the next question. Click here to go to the next question.

18 Definition: What people pay to a government in exchange for services like school and road repair taxes Rule of law government Click here to go to the next question. Click here to go to the next question.

19 Definition: a government not led by a hereditary rule (leaders based on birth), but where people hold the power of the government and choose leaders to make decisions. jury republic voting Click here to go to the next question. Click here to go to the next question.

20 Definition: The way leaders are chosen in our country. jury republic voting Click here to go to the next question. Click here to go to the next question.

21 Definition: an issue that affects many, many people jury voting Public issue Click here to go to the next question. Click here to go to the next question.

22 Definition: how a person looks at a problem or an event justice Point of view The common good Click here to go to the next question. Click here to go to the next question.

23 Definition: Ideals and beliefs that people in America have in common and upon which our country is based. Point of view liberty Core Democratic Values Click here to go to the next question. Click here to go to the next question.

24 Definition: another word for freedom equality liberty core democratic values Click here to go to the next question. Click here to go to the next question.

25 Definition: equal treatment and equal protection. equality diversity liberty Click here to go to the next question. Click here to go to the next question.

26 Definition: differences in things such as race, culture, age, and abilities region equality diversity Click here to go to the next question. Click here to go to the next question.

27 Definition: a decision that is based on information not just feelings diversity Informed decision equality Click here to go to the next question. Click here to go to the next question.


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