SOL CE.3 & 4
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BIRTH OR NATURALIZATION
What are the 2 means of obtaining U. S. citizenship?
Which amendment defines "citizens" as "all persons born or naturalized in the U.S. and subject to the jurisdiction thereof?"
A person with certain rights and duties under a government, and who, by birth or by choice, owes allegiance to that government --
Immigration and naturalization, particularly in the twentieth century, have led to an increasingly ______ society.
THROUGH THE PROCESS OF NATURALIZATION
How can a person born in a different country become a U.S. citizen?
KNOWLEDGE OF AMERICAN HISTORY AND PRINCIPLES
THE ABILITY TO READ, SPEAK AND WRITE IN THE ENGLISH
To become a citizen through naturalization, what must a person demonstrate?
The Constitution establishes and protects the citizen's fundamental _______ and ______.
Few rights, if any, are considered ______.
FREEDOM OF SPEECH DOES NOT MEAN A PERSON HAS THE RIGHT TO SHOUT "FIRE" IN A CROWDED MOVIE THEATER.
What does it mean to say that few rights, if any, are considered absolute? Give an example.
FREEDOM OF SPEECH, RELIGION, PRESS, ASSEMBLY, AND PETITION
Name five first amendment freedoms.
FREEDOM OF ASSEMBLY
What is the 1st Amendment freedom that protects people's right to peacefully gather?
FREEDOM OF PETITION
What is the 1st Amendment freedom that protects people's right to make their views known to public officials?
FREEDOM OF THE PRESS
What is the 1st Amendment freedom that gives newspaper and TV reporters the right to gather and publish information, including that which criticizes the government?
THE CONSTITUTIONAL PROTECTION AGAINST UNFAIR
GOVERNMENTAL ACTIONS AND LAWS.
What is "due process?"
THE 14TH AMENDMENT
Which amendment extends the due process protection to actions of the states?
SERVE IN THE ARMED FORCES
SERVE ON A JURY OR AS A WITNESS IN COURT
What are some of the important duties of a citizen?
Are civic duties required or voluntary?
LEGAL CONSEQUENCES (FINES, JAIL)
Citizens who do not fulfill their civic duties can face --
Unlike civic duties, civic responsibilities are --
*REGISTER AND VOTE
*HOLD ELECTIVE OFFICE
*INFLUENCE GOVERNMENT BY
COMMUNICATING WITH GOVERNMENT
*SERVE IN VOLUNTARY, APPOINTED
*PARTICIPATE IN POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS
*KEEP INFORMED REGARDING CURRENT
*RESPECT OTHERS' RIGHTS TO AN EQUAL
VOICE IN GOVERNMENT
What are some responsibilities of citizens?
Paying taxes is a civic --
Keeping informed about current issues is a civic --
Serving on a jury when called is a civic --
Serving in the armed forces when called by the draft is a civic --
Voting is a civic --
Obeying the law is a civic --
Volunteering to serve your community is a civic --
TRUSTWORTHINESS AND HONESTY;
COURTESY AND RESPECT FOR THE RIGHTS OF OTHERS;
RESPONSIBILITY, ACCOUNTABILITY, AND SELF-RELIANCE;
RESPECT FOR THE LAW;
PARTICIPATION IN CIVIC LIFE
What are some personal traits of good citizens?
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