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Unit 1: Citizenship/Gov't
Transcript of Unit 1: Citizenship/Gov't
Civics: study of rights
& duties of citizens
Citizen: person who
owes loyalty to a gov't
1. What does this phrase mean?
a. Why is it so important?
" E Pluribus Unum"
5 changes in American Society
population is aging
more college degrees
Hispanics fast growing population
Values v. Institutions
Value: ideas about
what is good/desirable
Institutions: ideas ppl
1. What do you believe a citizen is?
2. What skills should a citizen have?
3. What should a citizen know?
4. What should a citizen do for their government?
5. What should a government do for their citizens?
Answer the questions
by yourself on the
WRITE YOUR MIND!!!
In your group share your
answers and write them
1 note sheet for each question
Choose one person from
each group to place
post-it-notes on the
Enhance upon the relationship between a
US citizen and our government. Explain, by using three examples, of how citizenship or
naturalization have changed.