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    1. 1 Review: Core Democratic Values A Stand-Alone Instructional Resource Created by Teresa Maurer

    2. 2 Do you know what these Core Democratic Values mean?

    3. 3 Patriotism Example:Displaying the American flag and serving in the military are two ways of being patriotic. Click on the correct definition box- A. Every citizen should have equal rights. B. Being proud of our country and thinking of ways we can help our democracy.

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    6. 6 Justice Example:The police get a search warrant from a judge and go to the house where they find a computer that fits the description of the one stolen. Click on the correct definition box- A. Everyone should be treated fairly by our laws, our courts, and our government. B. Breaking and entering in which a computer is stolen.

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    9. 9 Equality Example:Under our Constitution people in this country are guaranteed the right to be treated equally and fairly. Click on the correct definition box- A. Writing letters to an editor to express your opinion.. B. The Fourteenth Amendment says that state and local governments may not take away rights guaranteed by the constitution.

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    12. 12 Diversity Example:Getting to know someone from another race or culture. Click on the correct definition box- A. The United States was settled by people from many different parts of the world. B. Making fun of a name that sounds strange to you.

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    15. 15 Common Good Example: Participating in the fifth grade safety patrol is one way that you could practice common good. Click on the correct definition box- A. Whenever you do something kind, thoughtful, or helpful to others you are contributing to the common good. B. Leaving on the TV when you are not watching it.

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    18. 18 Truth Example:Truth is an important value in a democracy. We need accurate, truthful information to form opinions about issues and to decide how to vote. Click on the correct definition box- A. A citizen starts an untrue rumor that a coach slapped his son. B. The government and citizens should not lie.

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    21. 21 Popular Sovereignty Example: A senator is not re-elected because people do not agree with his or her views. Click on the correct definition box- A. The power of the government comes from the people and belongs to the people. B. A military leader takes power by force.

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    24. 24 Pursuit of Happiness Example:Having the choice to do what you want as long as it does not hurt other citizens. Click on the correct definition box- A. All citizens are being treated equally and fairly.. B. Each person can find happiness in their own way, so long as they do not step on the rights of others.

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    27. 27 Liberty Example:The many freedoms that citizens of the United States have like the freedom to choose your own friends. Click on the correct definition box- A. Freedoms to have your own opinions, ideas, and to express them in public. B. People should work together for the good of all.

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    30. 30 Life Example:All citizens have the right to protect their life. Click on the correct definition box- A. Every citizen should have equal rights. B. Each person has the right to the protection of their life.

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