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1 You will need a guided notes worksheet today. When you are seated and quiet, I will select a student volunteer to help distribute the paper. This paper must be turned into the blue bin when you leave class today August 26 一 Bell Ringer

2 Rights vs. Responsibilities 二 CAN I?

3 D URING TODAY ’ S CLASS, WE WILL DISTINGUISH BETWEEN AN OBLIGATION AND A RESPONSIBILITY. W E WILL ALSO MAKE OUR OWN COUNTRIES BASED ON THE RIGHTS WE FIND MOST IMPORTANT. Please take notes by filling in the blanks on your guided worksheet.

4 RIGHTS Definition: Things that you are allowed to do because of nature or because of law

5 Because of NATURE? Because of LAW? What are you talking about, man?

6 Ok, ok… Here we go… “Because of Nature” A long time ago a man named John Locke said that every human pursues three things: life (survival), liberty (freedom), and property (owning things to help us survive). Mr. Locke called these NATURAL RIGHTS.

7 Ok, ok… Here we go… “Because of Law” Just as all people have natural rights, there are also rights that are created by the laws. For example, Congress can pass a law that gives people new rights! GOT IT! THANKS!

8 T YPES OF R IGHTS Personal Rights allow people to live how they want as long as it doesn’t get in the way of other people’s rights. Political Rights allow people to participate in the political process. We need participation to have democracy. People put rights into all kinds of categories, but here are the two main groups with some examples.

9 T YPES OF R IGHTS Personal Rights o Freedom of Speech People can say what they think! o Freedom from Discrimination People must be treated equally! o Right to own Property Political Rights o Right to Assemble People can meet together! o Freedom of the Press People can print the facts they want! o Right to Equal Protection Under Law People put rights into all kinds of categories, but here are the two main groups with some examples. Aren’t there more?

10 Yes! It’s your turn to sort the rights!

11 P ERSONAL OR P OLITICAL ? Freedom of Religion People can believe what they want! Hint: Would this impact people participating in the political process OR would it have a bigger impact on people living their lives the way they want?

12 T YPES OF R IGHTS Personal Rights o Freedom of Speech People can say what they think! o Freedom from Discrimination People must be treated equally! o Right to own Property o Freedom of Religion People can believe what they want! Political Rights o Right to Assemble People can meet together! o Freedom of the Press People can print the facts they want! o Right to Equal Protection Under Law People put rights into all kinds of categories, but here are the two main groups. The freedom to believe what you want is a PERSONAL RIGHT!

13 Right to Petition People can ask the government for change without fear! Hint: Would this impact people participating in the political process OR would it have a bigger impact on people living their lives the way they want? P ERSONAL OR P OLITICAL ?

14 T YPES OF R IGHTS Personal Rights o Freedom of Speech People can say what they think! o Freedom from Discrimination People must be treated equally! o Right to own Property o Freedom of Religion People can believe what they want! Political Rights o Right to Assemble People can meet together! o Freedom of the Press People can print the facts they want! o Right to Equal Protection Under Law o Freedom to Petition People can ask the government for change without fear! People put rights into all kinds of categories, but here are the two main groups. The freedom to ask for change is a POLITICAL RIGHT!

15 P ERSONAL OR P OLITICAL ? Right to Vote People can elect representatives and vote on issues! Hint: Would this impact people participating in the political process OR would it have a bigger impact on people living their lives the way they want?

16 T YPES OF R IGHTS Personal Rights o Freedom of Speech People can say what they think! o Freedom from Discrimination People must be treated equally! o Right to own Property o Freedom of Religion People can believe what they want! Political Rights o Right to Assemble People can meet together! o Freedom of the Press People can print the facts they want! o Right to Equal Protection Under Law o Freedom to Petition People can ask the government for change without fear! o Right to Vote People can elect representatives and vote on issues! People put rights into all kinds of categories, but here are the two main groups. The freedom to elect representatives is a POLITICAL RIGHT!

17 P ERSONAL OR P OLITICAL ? Freedom of Movement People can go where and when they want to! Hint: Would this impact people participating in the political process OR would it have a bigger impact on people living their lives the way they want?

18 T YPES OF R IGHTS Personal Rights o Freedom of Speech People can say what they think! o Freedom from Discrimination People must be treated equally! o Right to own Property o Freedom of Religion People can believe what they want! o Freedom of Movement People can go where and when they want! Political Rights o Right to Assemble People can meet together! o Freedom of the Press People can print the facts they want! o Right to Equal Protection Under Law o Freedom to Petition People can ask the government for change without fear! o Right to Vote People can elect representatives and vote on issues! People put rights into all kinds of categories, but here are the two main groups. The freedom to move is a PERSONAL RIGHT!

19 T YPES OF R IGHTS Personal Rights o Freedom of Speech People can say what they think! o Freedom from Discrimination People must be treated equally! o Right to own Property o Freedom of Religion People can believe what they want! o Freedom of Movement People can go where and when they want! People put rights into all kinds of categories, but here are the two main groups. We can gather and speak our minds! Political Rights o Right to Assemble People can meet together! o Freedom of the Press People can print the facts they want! o Right to Equal Protection Under Law o Freedom to Petition People can ask the government for change without fear! o Right to Vote People can elect representatives and vote on issues!

20 D O I H AVE R IGHTS ? As a student, you have rights, but your rights are limited to protect you and your peers. For example, you can’t say whatever you want in a speech at a school event. Your school can require you to be respectful and appropriate. When you are an adult, you have more freedom to do and say what you want. Does this seem fair to you? Give a thumbs up or down! Why might it be important for students to have limited rights in school? Give ONE reason it might be important. Blaaaah blah blahhh blah…

21 W HAT D O A LL T HESE R IGHTS M EAN F OR M E ? With rights, or freedoms, come… RESPONSIBILITY!!! There you go again! Explain yourself!

22 RESPONSIBILITIES Definition: The expectation that you will take care of certain things or perform duties Oh! Stuff we’re supposed to do!

23 T YPES OF R ESPONSIBILITY Personal Duties Things you have to do! o Jury Duty o Pay Taxes o Obey Laws o Register for Selective Service o Get an Education Social Responsibilities Things you should do! o Stay Informed o Tolerate Others o Protect Public Safety o Register to Vote o Speak Your Mind Just like rights, there are different kinds of responsibilities. We must pay taxes and should register to vote!

24 Yes! As a student, your list of responsibilities might look a little different. Your list may not include voting, but it probably includes respecting authority. I’m a student… Do I have responsibilities??

25 YES! Is voting a right? Is voting also a responsibility? Do they ever overlap?

26 YES! What if you yelled “FIRE!” in a crowded movie theater? What RIGHT might be involved? What RESPONSIBILITY might be involved? Do they ever conflict?

27 In the crowded movie theater scenario, which is more important: The right? Or the responsibility? The responsibility. Even though you have a right to free speech, you have the responsibility to protect the public safety. It would be seriously unsafe to yell “FIRE!” in a crowded movie theater…

28 L ET ’ S R ECAP … T HUMBS U P OR D OWN ? As we click through each slide, give a thumbs up if a statement is true or a thumbs down if a statement is false.

29 L ET ’ S R ECAP … T HUMBS U P OR D OWN ? Rights are things that you are allowed to do because of science or because you want to.

30 L ET ’ S R ECAP … T HUMBS U P OR D OWN ? John Locke describes natural rights as the pursuit of life, liberty, and property.

31 L ET ’ S R ECAP … T HUMBS U P OR D OWN ? The Constitution lays out rights for citizens of the United States in the Bill of Rights.

32 L ET ’ S R ECAP … T HUMBS U P OR D OWN ? There are two main categories of rights: Personal Rights and Private Rights.

33 L ET ’ S R ECAP … T HUMBS U P OR D OWN ? Students and adults have the same rights.

34 L ET ’ S R ECAP … T HUMBS U P OR D OWN ? While we have many rights, that also means that we have many responsibilities.

35 L ET ’ S R ECAP … T HUMBS U P OR D OWN ? There are two main categories of responsibilities: Personal Duties and Private Rights.

36 L ET ’ S R ECAP … T HUMBS U P OR D OWN ? Rights and responsibilities sometimes overlap and sometimes conflict.

37 Great Job! Thanks for helping us understand our RIGHTS and RESPONSIBILITIES!

38 三 C AN I C REATE A C OUNTRY ?

39 Using the crayons and colored pencils from the “Coping with Stress” cabinet, create a flag for your country on the worksheet. Next, write a motto for your country. A motto is a short phrase that sums up your ideals and beliefs. For example, the motto of the USA is since 1956 is IN GOD WE TRUST. It is also the motto of the state of Florida and the country of Nicaragua. Texas’s motto is FRIENDSHIP. Wyoming’s motto is EQUAL RIGHTS.

40 In the box, there are five rights listed and five responsibilities listed. Sort the rights from responsibilities and write them into the scrolls at the bottom of the page. When you get to the last line on the rights scroll, you need to make your own right up. When you get to the last line on the responsibilities scroll, you need to make up your own responsibility.

41 Finally, work on the back of the worksheet. Whatever you do not have completed will be home prep due tomorrow. We are in the computer lab tomorrow. Go straight there.`


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