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Unit 11, Lesson 2. 4 th Grade. Texas Government: Rights and Responsibilities. Comparison Between the U.S. and Texas Government’s Bill of Rights. U.S. Texas Government Government. Freedom of Speech Freedom of Press and Religion Right to Trial by Jury Right to Bear Arms

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comparison between the u s and texas government s bill of rights
Comparison Between the U.S. and Texas Government’s Bill of Rights

U.S. Texas Government Government

Freedom of Speech

Freedom of Press and Religion

Right to Trial by Jury

Right to Bear Arms

Right to Vote

Right to Run for Political Office

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What is a Bill of Rights?
  • A bill of rights is designed to protect the rights of the individual from abuses by the government.
  • We are all part of some minority, whether it be race, religion, economics, political beliefs, or social beliefs.
  • We all need our individual rights protected.
individual rights
Individual Rights
  • Freedoms and privileges that the government cannot take away from the people arefound in the Bill of Rights.
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Individual Rights
  • Why are these rights important?

Freedom of Speech

Freedom of Press, Religion

Right to Trial by Jury

Right to Bear Arms

Right to Vote

Right to Run for Political Office

rights and responsibilities
Rights and Responsibilities
  • Rank your rights and responsibilities according to what you think is most important. Support your reasoning.