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Jeopardy. Social Studies Unit 1: Rules and Laws. Click to begin. Lesson 1 School Rules. Lesson 2 Community Rules. Lesson 3 Our Leaders. Lesson 4 Golden Rule. Skills Lesson. 10 Point. 10 Point. 10 Point. 10 Point. 10 Point. 20 Points. 20 Points. 20 Points. 20 Points.

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Jeopardy

Social Studies

Unit 1: Rules and Laws

Click to begin.


Lesson 1

School

Rules

Lesson 2

Community

Rules

Lesson 3

Our

Leaders

Lesson 4

Golden

Rule

Skills

Lesson

10 Point

10 Point

10 Point

10 Point

10 Point

20 Points

20 Points

20 Points

20 Points

20 Points

30 Points

30 Points

30 Points

30 Points

30 Points

40 Points

40 Points

40 Points

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50 Points

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HSS 1.1 Understand the rule-making process in a direct democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.

What are things we follow that tell us how to act?


Rules democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.


HSS 1.1 Understand the rule-making process in a direct democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.

What means that we act in a way that is right and honest?


Principal democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.


HSS 1.1 Understand the rule-making process in a direct democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.

Who is a leader of a school?


Being democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.Fair


HSS 1.1.1-Describe the rights and individual responsibilities of citizenship.

What is something you should do?


Showing responsibilities of citizenship.Responsibility


HSS 1.1 Understand the rule-making process in a direct democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.

Why should we follow rules?


Rules help us get along and be fair democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.


What is a rule that people in a democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.

community must follow?

HSS 1.1.1-Describe the rights and individual responsibilities of citizenship.


To keep people safe democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.


  • Law democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.


HSS 1.1.1-Describe the rights and individual responsibilities of citizenship.

What is a place where people live and work together?


Community responsibilities of citizenship.


HSS 1.1.1-Describe the rights and individual responsibilities of citizenship.

Who is a person who lives in and belongs to a community?


Citizen responsibilities of citizenship.


HSS 1.1 Understand the rule-making process in a direct democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.

How do laws help communities?


Laws democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.tell people in a community how to act and help make communities safe


HSS 1.1 Understand the rule-making process in a direct democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.

Why do we have laws?


HSS 1.1 Understand the rule-making process in a direct democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.

Who is a person who is in charge of a group?


Leader democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.


Who is a leader of a city? democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.

HSS 1.1 Understand the rule-making process in a direct democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.


Mayor democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.


HSS 1.1.1-Describe the rights and individual responsibilities of citizenship.

What is a number of people working together?


Group responsibilities of citizenship.


HSS 1.1 Understand the rule-making process in a direct democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.

How do community leaders help people?


Leaders help groups follow rules and solve problems democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.


HSS 1.1 Understand the rule-making process in a direct democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.

What is a group of people who lead a community?


Government democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.


HSS 1.1.2-Understand the elements of fair play and good sportsmanship, respect for the rights and opinions of others, and respect for rules by which we live, including the meaning of the “Golden Rule.”

What means to treat someone well?


Show sportsmanship, respect for the rights and opinions of others, and respect for rules by which we live, including the meaning of the “Golden Rule.”Respect


What is something people are sportsmanship, respect for the rights and opinions of others, and respect for rules by which we live, including the meaning of the “Golden Rule.”

free to do?

HSS 1.1.1-Describe the rights and individual responsibilities of citizenship.


Having a sportsmanship, respect for the rights and opinions of others, and respect for rules by which we live, including the meaning of the “Golden Rule.”Right


HSS 1.1.1-Describe the rights and individual responsibilities of citizenship.

What is something a good citizen does?


Respects others’ rights responsibilities of citizenship.


HSS 1.1.2-Understand the elements of fair play and good sportsmanship, respect for the rights and opinions of others, and respect for rules by which we live, including the meaning of the “Golden Rule.”

What is the meaning of the Golden Rule?


Treat others the way sportsmanship, respect for the rights and opinions of others, and respect for rules by which we live, including the meaning of the “Golden Rule.”

you want to be

treated


a. behave and learn sportsmanship, respect for the rights and opinions of others, and respect for rules by which we live, including the meaning of the “Golden Rule.”

b. cleaning your room

c. going to any church

Which of the following

is a right?

HSS 1.1.2-Understand the elements of fair play and good sportsmanship, respect for the rights and opinions of others, and respect for rules by which we live, including the meaning of the “Golden Rule.”


c. going to any church sportsmanship, respect for the rights and opinions of others, and respect for rules by which we live, including the meaning of the “Golden Rule.”


HSS 1.1 Understand the rule-making process in a direct democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.

What is making a choice that gets counted?


Vote democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.


HSS 1.1.2-Understand the elements of fair play and good sportsmanship, respect for the rights and opinions of others, and respect for rules by which we live, including the meaning of the “Golden Rule.”

What is it when you use

something with others?


5 sportsmanship, respect for the rights and opinions of others, and respect for rules by which we live, including the meaning of the “Golden Rule.”


Favorite Food sportsmanship, respect for the rights and opinions of others, and respect for rules by which we live, including the meaning of the “Golden Rule.”

How many votes did the

pizza get?

HSS 1.1 Understand the rule-making process in a direct democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.


Share sportsmanship, respect for the rights and opinions of others, and respect for rules by which we live, including the meaning of the “Golden Rule.”


HSS 1.1 Understand the rule-making process in a direct democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.

How do people in our country choose leaders?


Sportsmanship democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community.


Vote democracy (everyone votes on the rules) and in a representative democracy (an elected group of people make the urules), giving examples of both systems in their classroom, school, and community. for the leaders

they want


HSS 1.1.2-Understand the elements of fair play and good sportsmanship, respect for the rights and opinions of others, and respect for rules by which we live, including the meaning of the “Golden Rule.”

What do you show when you play fairly?


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