Unit 2 Study Guide
Interactive Landforms (only use this map if you are done identifying the major landforms)
Listen to the readings to answer this in social studies notebook:
- Source: Title of both books
- Influence: From what point of view are you getting the information from?
- What push factors were evident in the two books?
- What pull factors were evident?
- How were the two immigrant stories alike?
- How were they different?
- Conclusion: What can be determined about immigration from the two stories?
Unit 5 Government
- Patriotism: showing respect for your country à saying the pledge
- Truth: our government and citizens have the duty to be honest and tell the truth à to tell the truth in court
- Popular Sovereignty: the right to vote people into office à voting on election day
- Common Good: doing good for our community and country à pick up trash
- Equality: everyone has the same rights and freedoms à freedom of religion
- Justice: everyone treated fairly à freedom of trial in court
- Diversity: all races, cultures, and religions are deemed important à immigrants
- Life, Liberty, and Pursuit of Happiness: the right to protect your own life, chose what you want and what to believe in so long as you do not take or restrict anyone else’s rights à chose your own friends and religion
- Complete core democratic value sentence stems:
- sentence stem: ____________ is connected to our civic responsibility by _____________.
- for each core democratic value
Through Cleveler –> go to Discovery Education and look up “Understanding the Constitution” for each branch
Unit 6 Rights and Responsibilities of Citizens