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3 rd Grade Social Studies Ch. 7: Being an Active Citizen Mrs. Thornburgs version
Vocabulary Terms in 3 rd Grade Social Studies Ch. 7 Common GoodVolunteer ResponsibilityJury ProblemSolution Compromise
What do we call a duty you should do?
What do we call a plan that everyone agrees on?
What do we call a group of citizens chosen to decide whether a law has been broken?
What do we call a person who works freely without pay?
What do we call whatever helps the most people in a community?
What do we call something that is hard to deal with or understand?
What do we call an answer to a problem?
5 th Grade Social Studies Ch. 7-8 Vocabulary Mrs. Thornburgs version.
Unit 6 4th Grade Social Studies Vocabulary
Vocabulary Grade Three. Government A group of citizens who make the rules for a:
US Motto These Latin words mean “out of many, one”
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4 th Grade Social Studies Ch. 7 Vocabulary Mrs. Thornburg’s version.
A Responsibility is something that you either have or should do.
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Obey the Law Serve on a Jury Pay Taxes Serve in Military Civic Duties (Mandatory)
4 th Grade Social Studies Ch. 6 Vocabulary Mrs. Thornburg’s version.
Mr. Morris Civics & Economics
Citizenship: The Rights, Duties and Responsibilities of the Office
Civics Chapter 3, Lesson 3 Page 69 /
4 th Grade Social Studies Vocabulary Unit 2 SAMS Mrs. Thornburg’s version.
Building strong relationships is important to your overall health.
Make sure you can answer the following ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS for discussion › What are the responsibilities of a citizen? (make sure you can explain them)
Basic Concepts of Democracy. Worth of the Individual Democracy is based on a belief in the dignity and worth of every individual. Individuals can be forced.
Obj : To explain the difference between the civic duties and the responsibilities of a citizen.
Rights, Duties, and Responsibilities of a Citizen
Government exists for three reasons: To maintain order To provide public goods and services To protect citizens.
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