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  1. Test Corrections Write your song in the Song Log on the front table

  2. AGENDAOctober 7/8, 2013 Today’s topics Citizenship Test Corrections Homework due next class Chapter 5: Read + Glossary terms ALWAYS a possible STAMP or QUIZ on Reading + Glossary terms on the day they are due

  3. Learning Goals Unit 2 Guide What is the role of a citizen (in the U.S., of the world, in a local community)? • Explain the benefits and responsibilities of U.S. citizenship • Describe and evaluate the various paths to U.S. citizenship

  4. Classroom Ground Rules • Keep the classroom a Safe Space for everyone • Be here to listen, learn and participate • Respect other peoples’ property • Take care of each other

  5. What does it mean to be a U.S. citizen? Benefits & Responsibilities of U.S. Citizenship

  6. Who is born a U.S. citizen? US Citizenship and Immigration Services says: “Generally, people are born U.S. citizens if they are born in the United States or if they are born to U.S. citizens: • If you were born in the United States: • If you were born abroad to TWO U.S. citizens: • If you were born abroad to ONE U.S. citizen: So…are these people “natural born Citizen[s]” as required in Article II, Section 1, Clause 5? • Barack Obama? • John McCain? • George Romney? (Mitt’s father; ran for president in 1968) • Ted Cruz?

  7. Citizenship by Birth Jus Sanguinis Jus Soli

  8. Immigration

  9. Naturalization Naturalization Tests: • Speaking Test • Reading Test • Writing Test • Civics Test

  10. Test Corrections

  11. Test Corrections Earn ¼ point for every corrected answer • Use your textbook and notes • Make corrections on loose leaf paper • You must include a citation (page # or title/date of your notes) for every correction Work individually • Test conditions When done, turn in test and corrections & Chap. 5 (Read + Glossary terms)

  12. Homework Before you leave • Pick up your belongings & any trash • Straighten desks Homework • Chapter 5: Read + Glossary terms • ALWAYS a possible STAMP or QUIZ on Reading + Glossary terms on the day they are due