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Chalkboard Challenge Quarter 1 Key Terms 7 th grade Civics
StudentsTeachers Game Board Sect. 1 A Sect. 1 B Sect. 2 Ch. 5 Misc. 100 200 300 400 500 Let’s Play Final Challenge
StudentsTeachers Game Board The study of the rights and duties of citizens. 100 What is Civics? Sect. 1 A for 100
StudentsTeachers Game Board A plan for collecting and spending money wisely. 200 What is a Budget? Sect.1 A for 200
StudentsTeachers Game Board A principle of democracy in which differences of opinion are settled by what most people want. 300 What is Majority Rules? Sect. 1 A for 300
StudentsTeachers Game Board A government in which all the citizens meet to debate government matters and vote firsthand. 400 What is a Direct Democracy? Sect. 1 A for 400
StudentsTeachers Game Board A course of government action to achieve community goals. 500 What is Public Policy? Sect. 1 A for 500
StudentsTeachers Game Board Community members who owe loyalty to the government. 100 Who are Citizens? Sect. 1 B for 100
StudentsTeachers Game Board A ruling authority for a community. 200 What is a Government? Sect. 1 B for 200
StudentsTeachers Game Board A government in which the people rule. 300 What is a Democracy? Sect. 1 B for 300
StudentsTeachers Game Board A government in which the citizens choose people to represent them, make laws, and govern on their behalf. 400 What is a Representative Democracy? Sect. 1 B for 400
StudentsTeachers Game Board A government completely controlled by one person or a small group of people. 500 What is a Dictatorship? Sect. 1 B for 500
StudentsTeachers Game Board A noncitizen who can not vote. 100 Who is an Alien? Sect. 2 for 100
StudentsTeachers Game Board To send a person back to his or her own country. 200 What is deport? Sect. 2 for 200
StudentsTeachers Game Board The process of moving permanently to a new country. 300 What is immigration? Sect. 2 for 300
StudentsTeachers Game Board The legal process by which aliens can become citizens. 400 What is Naturalization? Sect. 2 for 400
StudentsTeachers Game Board Holding rights in the United States and another country at the same time. 500 What is Dual Citizenship? Sect. 2 for 500
StudentsTeachers Game Board Things people should do or obligations that are fulfilled voluntarily. 100 What are Responsibilities? Ch. 5 for 100
StudentsTeachers Game Board Things people are required to do by law. 200 What are Duties? Ch. 5 for 200
StudentsTeachers Game Board The act of giving your time and services to others without payment. 300 What is Volunteerism? Ch. 5 for 300
StudentsTeachers Game Board To call up for military service. 400 What is a Draft? Ch. 5 for 400
StudentsTeachers Game Board Respecting and accepting others, regardless of their beliefs or differences. 500 What is Tolerance? Ch. 5 for 500
StudentsTeachers Game Board The mass movement of the population within a country. 100 What is Migration? Misc. for 100
StudentsTeachers Game Board Having a love for ones country. 200 What is Patritotism? Misc. for 200
StudentsTeachers Game Board The use of violence against civilians to achieve a political goal. 300 What is Terrorism? Misc. for 300
StudentsTeachers Game Board What the words E Pluribus Unum means. 400 What is “Out of Many, One”? Misc. for 400
StudentsTeachers Game Board Government agency that deals with immigration and citizenship. 500 What is the USCIS? Misc. for 500
StudentsTeachers Game Board Write Your Final Challenge Wager 2 duties and 2 responsibilities. Final Challenge End Game TIME’S UP! TIME’S UP! What is Pay Tax, Obey Laws, Be Informed, Vote?
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