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What do these teams have in common? THE EXACT SAME RECORD!. Duties and Responsibilities. Political Spectrum Activity. Assign the following points: Agree Strongly (4 points for all but #10; #10=1) Agree Partly (3 points for all but #10; #10=2)

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What do these teams have in common the exact same record

What do these teams have in common?

THE EXACT SAME RECORD!


Duties and responsibilities

Duties and Responsibilities


Political spectrum activity

Political Spectrum Activity

  • Assign the following points:

    • Agree Strongly (4 points for all but #10; #10=1)

    • Agree Partly (3 points for all but #10; #10=2)

    • Disagree Partly (2 points for all but #10; #10=3)

    • Disagree Strongly (1 point for all but #10; #10=4)


What do these teams have in common the exact same record

20-35

66-80

36-45

56-65

*By no means is this exact. It is simply one person’s calculation of political stances…so do not panic if you dislike the results.

46-55


Duties of citizenship

Duties of Citizenship

  • Obeying the Law

    • It’s our job to know the laws!

  • Attending School

    • At least until 16

    • Free, public education

    • Why is education necessary?

  • Paying Taxes

    • Why do we pay taxes?


Duties of citizenship continued

Duties of Citizenship (continued)

  • Serving in the Armed Forces

    • Draft: men of certain ages and qualifications to serve in the military (Selective Service)

      • Last draft Vietnam (1973)

    • Rationed: limited by law to a certain amount per household (ex. Gasoline and cloth during wartimes)

  • Appearing in Court

    • Jury Duty: serving on a jury

    • Why do we serve on juries?

      • The Constitution/Bill of Rights!


Responsibilities of citizens

Responsibilities of Citizens

  • Voting

    • Think about popular sovereignty

    • People rule the country

  • Being informed

    • Laws

    • Voting

    • Issues

    • Tell your reps!


Responsibilities of citizens continued

Responsibilities of Citizens (continued)

  • Take Part in Government

    • Join political parties and shape stances on issues

    • Educate others

    • Influence public opinion

    • Run for office and serve wisely

    • Quality of Government=Quality of People In It

  • Help Your Community

    • Volunteering

  • Respect Others and their Rights


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