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RIGHTS OF CITIZENS

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Social Studies
Learning Objective I
Fourth term 2017
Boston International School
OBJECTIVE

To understand about how people can take an active part in


government by being responsible citizens and learning
more about how their government works.

Learning objective
To recognize the purpose of the Bill of Rights by identifying
some basic rights of citizens.
BIBLICAL PRINCIPLE
Citizens of Heaven
Jeremiah 33:3 New International Version (NIV)
3 Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable
things you do not know.
Students will be explained that we as citizens of heaven we as well have
rights and duties in a spiritual government which is heaven. The greatest
right that Jesus has provided us has been the fact that now we can
actually have a direct relationship with God, and talk to him, call him, ask
him and He eventually will answer.
Class rules
Remember that we do it all for the Lord:
Colossians 3:17
New King James Version (NKJV)
17 And whatever you do in word or deed, do all in the
name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the
Father through Him.

Participation
1.Spontaneous participation
2. Accurate answers
3.Comments to enrich the class
Whole brain teaching
Rule 1: Listen when your teacher is talking
Rule 2: Follow directions quickly
Rule 3: Respect others. Respect yourself. Respect your
school
Rule 4: Raise your hand to speak or stand
Rule 5: Be safe, Be kind, Be honest for the glory of God.
Rule 6: Use English at all times, it is the only way to improve.
Rule 7: Do not translate what your teacher says, please.
Rule 8: Take risks and learn from your mistakes
MENDING ORIENTED ACTIONS
If the students take the motivation to misbehave he/she will from 1
to ten points of his/her participation mark.
If the students distract others he/she has to talk in front of the class
and apologize.
If the students frequently have a bad behavior will be notified in
the folder of behavior.
1. Quiz on the rights of citizens.
Date: October 17th-21st , 2017
2. SPEAKING PROJECT IN CLASS:
Rights
The students have to bring some supplies to work in
class:
Scissors, magazines, glue, construction paper, and
markers.
They will illustrate an example of one freedom they
exercise in their lives and tell why they think it is
important.
Due date: October 2nd, 2017
RUBRIC - The teacher will take into account
1. Pronunciation
2. Fluency (Student acted as a facilitator, helping the conversation flow and
develop).
3. Length of the speech
4. Proper use of various structures
5. Vocabulary used in class was used properly to communicate
6. Voice and non-verbal communication (Pronunciation was clear and inflection
and expressions were used to enhance communication.)
7. Listening (Student responded to questions with appropriate answers,
acknowledged all statements, and incorporated them into the discussion.)
8. Creativity displayed in bringing all the material necessary to carry out the
activity
9. Eye contact: look at the audience during the entire presentation while
speaking.
10. Use of notecards: look at audience while speaking, not reading straight from
the notecards.
11. biblical integrated approach
VOCABULARY

- Elect
- Election
- Ballot
- Majority rule
- Minority rights
SOME BASIC RIGHTS
Freedom of speech is one of our basic rights. It allows citizens to
speak in public about their ideas and beliefs.
Another right is the freedom to gather peacefully in a group, this is
called freedom of assembly. People who share the same opinion can
assemble, or get together.
Then we have the freedom of the press that allows people to write,
read, and watch what they want, freedom of communication and
expression through mediums.
And all citizens are free to practice any religion, too. This is called
freedom of religion.
Some
Basic
Rights
CITIZENS MAKE CHOICES
One the most important rights citizens have in Colombia and USA is
that we have the right to vote. This is the right to choose our own
president. To vote we must be at least 18 years old

By voting in an election, citizens help to elect, or choose, their


governments leaders. When citizens go vote they are going to see a
ballot, which is a list of all the posible choices in an election.
MAJORITY RULE AND MINORITY
RIGHTS
At the end of every elections we hae the results. The results are going to demostrate
if some one loose of wins. The candidate that wins, wins for the majority rule. It is
when more tan half of the voters voted in the same way, so the become majority.

The vorters who did not vote for the winner are the minority. But their rules need to
e respected as well, and this idea is called the minority rights
READ PAGES 242 - 247
Read the pages in the book of social studies and students
will participate in some questions that will be asked.
INTEGRITY, September 2017
Principle of the month

Proverbs 11:3
King James Version (KJV)
3 The integrity of the upright shall

guide them: but the perverseness of


transgressors shall destroy them