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Citizenship - Rights
Human Rights
Magna Carter
It is optional. You choose to follow o…
Consumer Right
Rights that human are entitled to.... Nelson Mandela went into p…
1st example of Judge Made Law.... Limited King's power.... Common L…
Human Rights
Allows you to see what you've paid for and a clear descriptio…
Human Rights
Rights that human are entitled to.... Nelson Mandela went into p…
Magna Carter
1st example of Judge Made Law.... Limited King's power.... Common L…
Citizenship rights
Freedom of Speech
Freedom of religion
Access the judicial system
Freedom of the press
Freedom to express yourself
Freedom to worship as you wish
Right to a prompt, fair trial by jury
Right to say whatever you want or publishing whatever you want
Freedom of Speech
Freedom to express yourself
Freedom of religion
Freedom to worship as you wish
Citizenship Rights
Rights
Stateless
Lose Basic Rights
India
Citizenship rights were granted only to those who were born i…
Many Tamils found themselves stateless despite living in Sri…
This also caused them to lose their basic rights such as educ…
In 1964, India allowed a certain number of Indian Tamils to r…
Rights
Citizenship rights were granted only to those who were born i…
Stateless
Many Tamils found themselves stateless despite living in Sri…
23 terms
Citizenship Rights
Due Process
4th Amendment
Pat Barber
4th amendment exceptions
Means laws must be applied fairly and equally to all people,…
To deny the national government the authority to make general…
Put up a sign on his ranch saying say no to searches. Was ord…
The person who is arrested, in plain view, place or things in…
Due Process
Means laws must be applied fairly and equally to all people,…
4th Amendment
To deny the national government the authority to make general…
8 terms
Rights of citizenship
seek life, liberty, pursuit of happiness
freedom of expression
attend peaceful gatherings
petition the government
...
...
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seek life, liberty, pursuit of happiness
...
freedom of expression
...
7 terms
Rights of Citizenship
how does the first amendment protect f…
how does the first amendment protect f…
(1) press
(1) petition
-keeps the govt from giving financial support to any one reli…
-keeps govt from not letting people express their opinions
-keeps govt from censoring the press & restrictinf your right…
keeps govt from interfering w/ someone trying to create or op…
how does the first amendment protect f…
-keeps the govt from giving financial support to any one reli…
how does the first amendment protect f…
-keeps govt from not letting people express their opinions
Rights and Citizenship
Regimes
Governments
States
Regimes are more or less enduring than…
sets of fundamental rules and institutions that govern politi…
The people who actually hold the seats of power
The bureaucracy, state territory, and fundamental administrat…
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Regimes
sets of fundamental rules and institutions that govern politi…
Governments
The people who actually hold the seats of power
Citizenship and Rights
What is a citizen?
Name three ways citizenship can be obt…
What is citizenship by birth?
What is citizenship by descent?
A member of a country who has rights and duties to perform to…
1. Birth 2. Descent 3. Naturalization
Being born in that country
A parent being a citizen of that country
What is a citizen?
A member of a country who has rights and duties to perform to…
Name three ways citizenship can be obt…
1. Birth 2. Descent 3. Naturalization
10 terms
Rights, Responsibilities, and Citizenship
RIghts
Responsibilities
Citizen
Citizenship
A personal freedom that is protected.
Things that should be done for the good of all people.
A person who is a member of a community or nation.
belonging to a community and taking responsibility for its we…
RIghts
A personal freedom that is protected.
Responsibilities
Things that should be done for the good of all people.
Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship
Bill of Rights
individual rights
freedom of expression
freedom of speech
the first ten amendments, or additions, to the Constitution w…
things an individual person is entitled to have or to do
the rights of speech, press, assembly, and petition
the right to say what you want and to talk about beliefs, ide…
Bill of Rights
the first ten amendments, or additions, to the Constitution w…
individual rights
things an individual person is entitled to have or to do
10 terms
Citizenship Questions:Rights and Responsibilities
There are four amendments to the Const…
What is one responsibility that is onl…
Name one right only for United States…
What are two rights of everyone living…
▪ Citizens eighteen (18) and older (can vote).... ▪ You don't ha…
▪ serve on a jury... ▪ vote in a federal election
▪ vote in a federal election... ▪ run for federal office
▪ freedom of expression... ▪ freedom of speech... ▪ freedom of asse…
There are four amendments to the Const…
▪ Citizens eighteen (18) and older (can vote).... ▪ You don't ha…
What is one responsibility that is onl…
▪ serve on a jury... ▪ vote in a federal election
Citizenship: Rights and Responsibilities
citizen (n.)
citizenship (n.)
oath (n.)
swear (v.)
Someone who is legally considered to be a member of a country.
The position or status of being a citizen of a particular cou…
A promise
promise
citizen (n.)
Someone who is legally considered to be a member of a country.
citizenship (n.)
The position or status of being a citizen of a particular cou…
Citizenship and the Bill of Rights
civics
citizenship
naturalization
rights
...
civics
citizenship
25 terms
Citizenship - Rights and Duties
Citizen
Immigrant
Naturalization
Courtesy and Respect
A person with certain rights and responsibilities in his or h…
a person who comes to a country where they were not born in o…
the process to become a citizen
polite, thoughtful, or considerate behavior
Citizen
A person with certain rights and responsibilities in his or h…
Immigrant
a person who comes to a country where they were not born in o…
8 terms
Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship
citizen
rights
rules
responsibilities
a person who is a member of a community, state, or country
privileges a person has because he or she is a citizen
a guide or principle for conduct or action
a duty or task that you are required or expected to do
citizen
a person who is a member of a community, state, or country
rights
privileges a person has because he or she is a citizen
29 terms
Citizenship Rights & resp
What is the supreme law of the land?
What does the Constitution do?
The idea of self-government is in the…
What is an amendment?
the Constitution
sets up the government
We the People
a change to the Constitution
What is the supreme law of the land?
the Constitution
What does the Constitution do?
sets up the government
Citizenship Handbook, Part 10: Rights & Responsibilities of Citizenship
Citizenship
Naturalization
Requirements for U.S. Citizenship
Naturalization Process
An individual's relationship to the state, wherein citizens s…
A legal process to obtain citizenship
1. Born in the United States ... 2. Fulfilled the naturalization…
1) sign a statement saying they want to become a U.S. citizen…
Citizenship
An individual's relationship to the state, wherein citizens s…
Naturalization
A legal process to obtain citizenship
38 terms
Citizenship: Rights and Responsibilities
1
2
3
4
Freedom of speech, religion, expression, assembly, press
Right to possess arms
Quartering of soldiers prohibited
Freedom from seizure of property, and search without a warrent
1
Freedom of speech, religion, expression, assembly, press
2
Right to possess arms
38 terms
citizenship rights and responsibilities
community
neighborhood
multicultural
diversity
a group of people living in the same place or having a partic…
a district or community within a town or city
relating to or containing several cultural or ethnic groups w…
the state of being diverse
community
a group of people living in the same place or having a partic…
neighborhood
a district or community within a town or city
Citizenship: Rights and responsibilities
International humanitarian law
Human rights
Universal declaration of Human rights
Migrant
Rules that limit effect armed conflict on civilians
Rights people have around world
Charter developer after WW2. Protects Human rights. Every gro…
Someone who moves countries
International humanitarian law
Rules that limit effect armed conflict on civilians
Human rights
Rights people have around world
5 terms
Rights, Responsibilities & Citizenship
Obey the law, Attend School, & Pay you…
The United States Constitution
Selected Service for the Military
REMEMBER!!!!!!!! A duty is something t…
What are some duties that are required under law?
What is supreme law of the land?
Men between the ages of 18-25 are required to sign up for wha…
Explain the difference between the duty of a U.S. Citizen and…
Obey the law, Attend School, & Pay you…
What are some duties that are required under law?
The United States Constitution
What is supreme law of the land?
7 terms
Citizenship - Rights and Responsibilities
equality
patriotism
alien
deport
As a political value, the idea that all people are of equal w…
A sense of pride in one's country
a person who lives in a country but is a citizen of another c…
send out of the country;
equality
As a political value, the idea that all people are of equal w…
patriotism
A sense of pride in one's country
24 terms
Citizenship, Voting, and Rights
citizen
naturalization
immigrant
legal alien
A person with certain rights and responsibilities in his or h…
the process by which an immigrant becomes a citizen
a person who comes to live permanently in a foreign country
non-citizen who is officially permitted to live in the US
citizen
A person with certain rights and responsibilities in his or h…
naturalization
the process by which an immigrant becomes a citizen
8 terms
Digital Citizenship - Creator Rights
piracy
plagiarism
license
creative commons
Stealing copyrighted work by downloading it in order to keep,…
Copying, lifting or making slight changes to someone else's w…
A clear way to define the copyright of your creative work so…
A kind of copyright that makes it easier for people to copy,…
piracy
Stealing copyrighted work by downloading it in order to keep,…
plagiarism
Copying, lifting or making slight changes to someone else's w…
Citizenship: Rights & Responsibilities (3)
There are four amendments to the Const…
What is one responsibility that is onl…
Name one right only for United States…
What are two rights of everyone living…
▪ Citizens eighteen (18) and older (can vote).... ▪ You don't ha…
▪ serve on a jury... ▪ vote in a federal election
▪ vote in a federal election... ▪ run for federal office
▪ freedom of expression... ▪ freedom of speech... ▪ freedom of asse…
There are four amendments to the Const…
▪ Citizens eighteen (18) and older (can vote).... ▪ You don't ha…
What is one responsibility that is onl…
▪ serve on a jury... ▪ vote in a federal election
Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship
naturalized citizens
deport
draft
political action committees
Foreign-born people whose parents are not citizens must move…
return to the country of origin
required military service
groups that collect money for candidates who support certain…
naturalized citizens
Foreign-born people whose parents are not citizens must move…
deport
return to the country of origin
15 terms
Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship
Right
Responsibility
Bear (verb)
Arms
Something that people are ALLOWED to do, have, or be
Something the PEOPLE should do
To have
Weapons (guns, knives, etc.)
Right
Something that people are ALLOWED to do, have, or be
Responsibility
Something the PEOPLE should do
Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship
Bill of Rights
individual rights
freedom of expression
freedom of speech
the first ten amendments, or additions, to the Constitution w…
things an individual person is entitled to have or to do
the rights of speech, press, assembly, and petition
the right to say what you want and to talk about beliefs, ide…
Bill of Rights
the first ten amendments, or additions, to the Constitution w…
individual rights
things an individual person is entitled to have or to do
12 terms
Vocabulary for Citizenship: Rights and Responsibilities
Amendment
Basic Rights
Bill of Rights
Bill
a change in or addition to a document
fundamental rights such as life, liberty and property
The first ten amendments to the Constitution. It lists some b…
a proposed law given to the legislature for approval
Amendment
a change in or addition to a document
Basic Rights
fundamental rights such as life, liberty and property
Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship
naturalized citizen
deport
draft
political action committees
foreign born people whose parents are not citizens must move…
return to the country of origin
required military service
groups that collect money for candidates who support certain…
naturalized citizen
foreign born people whose parents are not citizens must move…
deport
return to the country of origin
5 terms
Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship
naturalized citizens
deport
draft
political action committees
Foreign-born people whose parents are not citizens must move…
return to the country of origin
required military service
{PACs} groups that collect money for candidates who support c…
naturalized citizens
Foreign-born people whose parents are not citizens must move…
deport
return to the country of origin
44 terms
Unit 3 - Citizenship, Rights, and Responsibilities
Citizen by Birth
Jus Soli
Jus Sanguinis
Aliens
- Born in any of the 50 States... - Born in a US Territory or US…
Born on US Soil
Citizen by association. Born abroad but to 1 or 2 US Citizens.
Noncitizens who come to US to work, study, or visit.
Citizen by Birth
- Born in any of the 50 States... - Born in a US Territory or US…
Jus Soli
Born on US Soil
Active Citizenship: The Bill of Rights
First Amendment
Second Amendment
Third Amendment
Fourth Amendment
Freedom of religion, speech, and the press; Rights of assembl…
Right to bear arms
Housing of soldiers
Search and arrest warrants
First Amendment
Freedom of religion, speech, and the press; Rights of assembl…
Second Amendment
Right to bear arms
Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship
When was the Magna Carta signed?
What is the Magna Carta also known as?
What are the four Great Charter of Fre…
What does Habeas Corpus mean?
1215
Great Charter of Freedoms
Freedom of religion.... Freedom of speech.... Freedom of peaceful…
Right to challenge unlawful arrest by the state
When was the Magna Carta signed?
1215
What is the Magna Carta also known as?
Great Charter of Freedoms
17 terms
Citizenship - Rights/Duties
Speech
Assembly
Religion
Press
The right to say anything true and non-harmful without conseq…
The right to gather as a group peacefully.
The right to believe anything you want (or don't want) about…
The right of the news to print anything true, even if the gov…
Speech
The right to say anything true and non-harmful without conseq…
Assembly
The right to gather as a group peacefully.
Civil rights & Citizenship
Protest
Peaceful
Prejudice
Responsibility
A statement or an action
Free from disturbance
Opinion that's not based on a reason
The state of fact
Protest
A statement or an action
Peaceful
Free from disturbance
Citizenship, Duties, Rights & Liberties
Immigration
Naturalization
League of Women Voters
Due Process of Law
Migration to a new location
A legal process to obtain citizenship
League formed in 1920 advocating for women's rights, among th…
Constitutional requirement for fundamental fairness in our le…
Immigration
Migration to a new location
Naturalization
A legal process to obtain citizenship
10 terms
Citizenship rights and responsibilities
Vote
Register children born overseas as Aus…
Apply for an Australian passport
Seek assistance from Australian diplom…
Once you are 18, you can vote and choose who you'd like to ma…
If you have a child while you are living overseas your child…
With an Australian passport, you can travel overseas and retu…
If you lose your passport or run into trouble while you are i…
Vote
Once you are 18, you can vote and choose who you'd like to ma…
Register children born overseas as Aus…
If you have a child while you are living overseas your child…
10 terms
Rights, Responsibilities, and Citizenship
Rights
Responsibilites
Citizenship
The 5 Personal Rights
Things that you are allowed to do because of nature or becaus…
The expectation that you will take care of certain things or…
Being a member of a nation or country and having full rights…
Freedom of Speech.... Freedom from discrimination.... Right t…
Rights
Things that you are allowed to do because of nature or becaus…
Responsibilites
The expectation that you will take care of certain things or…
10 terms
Rights,Responsibilities and Citizenship
Rights
Responsibilities
Citizenship
The 5 Personal Rights
Things that you are allowed to do because of nature or becaus…
The expectation that you will take care of certain things or…
Being a member of a nation or country and having full rights…
Freedom of speech.... Freedom from discrimination....Right to…
Rights
Things that you are allowed to do because of nature or becaus…
Responsibilities
The expectation that you will take care of certain things or…
Citizenship: balancing rights
Legal rights
Legal responsibilities
Moral rights
Moral responsibilities
Rights entitled to by law
Things you have to do by law
Society believes you should be entitled to but not enforced b…
Things society beloved you should do but not breaking law if…
Legal rights
Rights entitled to by law
Legal responsibilities
Things you have to do by law
23 terms
Bill of rights and citizenship
1st amendment
1st amendment
1st amendment
1st amendment
Free speech
Free press
Free religion
Free assembly
1st amendment
Free speech
1st amendment
Free press
6 terms
Rights and responsibilities of citizenship
Three ways to be citizen
naturalization process
Duties if a citizen
Citizens and elections
Born in u.s. or u.s. territory, at least one pareant us citiz…
Live in u.s. For five years, must be able to read and write e…
Obey authority, pay taxes, serve in military if called upon,…
Every citizen over 18 should vote and can vote, citizens can…
Three ways to be citizen
Born in u.s. or u.s. territory, at least one pareant us citiz…
naturalization process
Live in u.s. For five years, must be able to read and write e…
Rights and responsibilities of citizenship
Freedom of conscience and religion; fr…
Habeas corpus
Mobility rights
Aboriginal peoples rights
Great charter of freedoms (magna carta)
Right to challenge unlawful detention by the state, comes fro…
Canadians can live and work anywhere they choose in Canada, e…
The rights guaranteed in the charter will not adversely affec…
Freedom of conscience and religion; fr…
Great charter of freedoms (magna carta)
Habeas corpus
Right to challenge unlawful detention by the state, comes fro…
citizenship: rights and responsiblitlies
natural rights philosophy
legitimate govt
declaration of independence purpose
declaration of independence principles
Proposed by John Locke, it said that human beings had by natu…
if people have not given consent to be governed, there is no…
explaining why the colonies wanted independence from Britain.
Locke-natural rights, social contract
natural rights philosophy
Proposed by John Locke, it said that human beings had by natu…
legitimate govt
if people have not given consent to be governed, there is no…
26 terms
Rights and Duties of Citizenship
Civic duty
Naturalization - demonstrate knowledge…
Constitutional protection against unfa…
Civic duty
Is serving in the Armed Forces if called upon a duty or respo…
How can a person born in a different country become a US citi…
What is Due Process?
Is obeying the laws a duty or responsibility?
Civic duty
Is serving in the Armed Forces if called upon a duty or respo…
Naturalization - demonstrate knowledge…
How can a person born in a different country become a US citi…
7 terms
Citizenship, Duties, Rights & Liberties
Immigration
Naturalization
League of Women Voters
Due process of law
The action of coming to live permanently in a foreign country.
The legal act or process by which a non-citizen in a country…
An American civic organization that was formed to help women…
Fair treatment through the normal judicial system, especially…
Immigration
The action of coming to live permanently in a foreign country.
Naturalization
The legal act or process by which a non-citizen in a country…
25 terms
Rights and duties of citizenship
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Bill of Rights/Citizenship Vocabulary
eminent domain
double jeopardy
due process
self incrimination
The power of the state to take private property for public us…
Making a person go to a second trial or punishment for the sa…
Concept that now a person cannot be denied his rights given t…
The act of exposing oneself by giving evidence or testimony
eminent domain
The power of the state to take private property for public us…
double jeopardy
Making a person go to a second trial or punishment for the sa…
Extension of Citizenship Rights
13th amendment (1865)
14th amendment (1868)
15th amendment (1870)
17th amendment (1913)
No slavery in the U.S.!!!
If you're born in the U.S., then you are a citizen and you ha…
Voting is no longer just for white men, but colored men too!
Citizens vote directly for their two state senators!
13th amendment (1865)
No slavery in the U.S.!!!
14th amendment (1868)
If you're born in the U.S., then you are a citizen and you ha…
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