Presentation on theme: "Today we will Objective We will analyze our knowledge of our citizenship responsibilities as Americans using the US Naturalization Test and a reflection."— Presentation transcript:
Today we will Objective We will analyze our knowledge of our citizenship responsibilities as Americans using the US Naturalization Test and a reflection. Procedure Follow instructions for computer log in. Listen to PREVIEW Take Citizenship Test Answer the question on the blog – What was your score? Were you surprised by your score? What do you want to learn this year? Study for tomorrow’s quiz
The rules are pretty simple… Be born on American soil. Have parents/grandparents who are American citizens. Have parents who have become citizens through naturalization process. Go through naturalization process.
So You Think You Know Enough To Be An American…
More than 800,000 people arrive each year and become citizens
The Pledge of Allegiance I pledge allegiance To the flag Of the United States of America And to the Republic for which it stands One nation, Under God Indivisible, with liberty and justice for All!
When you’re complete… Go back to Ms. Hallmark’s DVMS webpage. Click the link on the left that says “Reflection of Citizenship.” Using the 1 st two letters of your first name and 1 st two letters of your last name, tell us your score and how you felt about what you already knew or didn’t know.