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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!



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)


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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