Presentation on theme: "Sit-uh-zuhn-ship, -suhn (citizenship). Part I: These are questions from the US citizenship test 1.50 2.13 3.27 4.Mark Kirk, Dick Durbin 5.John G. Roberts,"— Presentation transcript:
sit-uh-zuhn-ship, -suhn (citizenship)
Part I: These are questions from the US citizenship test 1.50 2.13 3.27 4.Mark Kirk, Dick Durbin 5.John G. Roberts, Jr. 6.Patrick Henry 7.County Commissioner 8.Francis Scott Key Does Answering questions correctly make you a citizen?
Part II: Does respect make you a citizen?
Part III: Laws Protecting Citizenship 14 th Amendment - All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. 5 th Amendment - … no person shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law. Do laws make you a citizen?
Part IV. Rights and Responsibilities of US Citizens Rights: 1.Vote in federal elections 2.Serve on a jury 3.Bring family members to the US 4.Obtain citizenship for children born abroad 5.Become eligible for federal grants and scholarships Responsibilities: 1. Support and defend the constitution 2. Serve the country when required 3. Vote 4. Obey federal, state, and local laws 5. Respect the beliefs and opinions of others
Image 1: Are they citizens?
Image 2: Are they citizens?
Image 3: Is she a citizen?
Citizenship A bundle of rights and obligations including political rights, right to participation in the life of the community, the right to vote and the right to receive certain protection. Obligations include obeying laws, paying taxes and respecting others rights.