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3 rd Grade Eleanor Roosevelt Vocabulary
Vocabulary From American Heroes: Eleanor Roosevelt AuthorityCampaign CooperationFirst Lady GovernorHuman Rights ImmigrantIssues Tolerance Respect for and acceptance of authority
What do we call respecting the beliefs and practices of others? _______________________________
What do we call the wife of the President of the United States? ______________________________
What do we call the person elected head of a state in the United States? __________________________
What do we call a person who comes into a country from another country to live? _______________________
What do we call the right to lead and make decisions? ___________________________
What is another name for subjects voters make choices about? ___________________________
What do we call the time in which those running for office try to convince people to vote for them? ______________________________
What do we call working together with others? ________________________
What do we call obeying rules and expectations of adults and leaders? __________________________
Respect for and acceptance of authority
What do we call the rights, or freedoms, that all humans deserve to have? _______________________
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A PowerPoint by. Go to the following web site to find information about Eleanor Roosevelt: Use the information to fill in.
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