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  12. Unit 1 We The People: A Government of Citizens 8.1.5 – Describe the sources of citizenship. 8.1.6 – Describe the naturalization process.

  13. Turn and Talk What do you think the word “citizen” means? What things can you do to be a good citizen at Independence Middle School? What do you think it means to be a citizen of the United States?

  14. What makes an individual a United States citizen? A citizen is… a person with certain rights and duties under a government.

  15. What are the sources of citizenship? Birth Naturalization

  16. What are the steps of the naturalization? Oath of Allegiance What is an Oath? Residency (5 years) Words in which a statement or promise is made. Demonstrate a knowledge of American history and principles. Possess an ability to read, write, and speak English.

  17. Naturalized citizens are… People who have all of the rights as citizens of birth, except they cannot become President or Vice President.

  18. What does the 14th Amendment do? “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside.” The Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution defines citizenship.

  19. Turn and Talk Define the 14th Amendment in your own words.

  20. One fundamental principle of democratic government – Consent of the Governed: • People are the source of any and all governmental power. • Citizens have the power to decide what our government will and will not do.

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