Banks, Credit & the Economy

Banks, Credit & the Economy

Do I Have a RIGHT? What is a Right? Lesson Activities Courtroom Is This Right? Place a next to each sentence with the word right used correctly. Then drag a

beside the 3 sentences that use the word right in the same way. 1. ____ I like to read, but I dont like to right. 2. ____ It is not right to scream at your grandparents. 3. ____ It is your right to choose your religion. 4. ____ Ill go to your house right after school. 5. ____ You have a legal right to have a lawyer if youre arrested. 6. ____ The movie theater is to the right of the pizzeria.

7. ____ You have the right to be silent if the police ask you questions. What Does it Mean to Have a Right? How would you explain it to someone? Or think about it this way: How would you know you did NOT have a right? List everything you can think of! Different Kinds of Rights They cant

stop me from doing this! They cant treat me this way! They cant force me to do this!

Other Words to Know Constitution the document that explains how the United States government works. It is the highest law of the country. Bill of Rights - the first ten additions to the Constitution. They protect the rights of people

in the United States. Amendment - an addition to the Constitution. Other Words to Know Constitution the document that explains how the United States government works. It is the highest law of the country.

Bill of Rights - the first ten additions to the Constitution. They protect the rights of people in the United States. Amendment - an addition to the Constitution. Image source: archives.gov Constitutional Amendments

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Next Play in English OR Jugar en espaol What are your constitutional rights? Can you recognize when theyve been violated? Play the game and find out!

You Have Rights Post-Game Activities Rights Scramble! (Must exit slide show mode to drag numbers) Drag the numbers to label each right with the amendment where it is found:

Equality Under the Law Speedy Trial Vote at Age 18 Freedom of

Religion Due Process Impartial Jury No Slavery No Double Jeopardy

Own Weapons Not House No Cruel or Unusual Punishment Soldiers No Unreasonab

le Searches Vote Vote Regardless of Race Keep Private Property

Regardles s of Sex Freedom of Expressio Rights Decoder! (Must exit slide show mode to drag shapes) Can you match the rights from the game to the

illustration? Drag them to make pairs! Freedom of Religion Speedy and Public Trial Freedom of Expression Keep Private

Property Equality Under the Law Impartial J ury No Unreasonable Searches

Vote at Age 18 The Most Important Amendment Which amendment do you think is most important? Fill in the blank and draw a picture in the box. Then complete the writing prompt below. The ___________ Amendment

The ________________ Amendment protects the right to ___________________ _________________________________________________________________. It is the most important amendment because The Most Important Amendment Which amendment do you think is most important? Why? Complete the graphic organizer. Then use your ideas to help answer the question.

The ______ Amendment Protections Reasons Its Important Check Out the Real Deal Click to see a transcript of all the

constitutional amendments. (Must be in slide show mode for the link to work.) Find and highlight ones you recognize! Different Kinds of Rights Do any of the rights fit these categories?

They cant stop me from doing this! They cant treat me this way! They cant force me to

do this! Mini-Quiz Test Your Knowledge 1) The rights in the Constitution are enforceable against A. Parents B. The government

C. Other people 2) The right not to have soldiers living in your home is an example of A. They cant treat me this way! B. They cant stop me from doing this! C. They cant force me to do this! D. Something not in the Constitution!

3) The right against cruel and unusual punishment is an example of A. They cant treat me this way! B. They cant stop me from doing this! C. They cant force me to do this! D. Something not in the Constitution 4) The right to have your own car when you turn 16 is an

example of A. They cant treat me this way! B. They cant stop me from doing this! C. They cant force me to do this! D. Something not in the Constitution! 5) The right of citizens over age 18 to vote is an example of A. They cant treat me this way!

B. They cant stop me from doing this! C. They cant force me to do this! D. Something not in the Constitution! 6) The right against a religion established by the government is an example of A. They cant treat me this way!

B. They cant stop me from doing this! C. They cant force me to do this! D. Something not in the Constitution! 7) Constitutional rights are mainly found in A. Additions called amendments B. The main parts of the Constitution

C. Lists made by early Americans 8) The first 10 amendments are called A. The Later Amendments B. The Declaration of Independence C. The Bill of Rights 9) Which of these does the Constitution NOT protect?

A. Freedom of Expression B. Speedy Trial C. Make Loud Noise at Night D. No Unreasonable Searches 10) Which of these is NOT the topic of a constitutional right? A. Weapons B. Voting

C. Soldiers D. Chores 11) Which of these is NOT okay for the government to do? A. Put you on trial twice for the same crime

B. Stop you from voting if you are 13 years old C. Apply the law to you the same as to everyone else 12) To enforce your constitutional rights, you would hire a A. Client B. Lawyer

C. Judge D. Police officer Answers Activity Answer Keys Is This Right? Place a next to each sentence with the word right used correctly. Then drag a beside the 3 sentences that use the word right in the same way. 1. ____ I like to read, but I dont like to right.

2. ____ It is not right to scream at your grandparents. 3. ____ It is your right to choose your religion. 4. ____ Ill go to your house right after school. 5. ____ You have a legal right to have a lawyer if youre arrested. 6. ____ The movie theater is to the right of the pizzeria. 7. ____ You have the right to be silent if the police ask you questions.

Rights Scramble! (Must exit slide show mode to drag numbers) Drag the numbers to label each right with the amendment where it is found: Equality Under the Law

Speedy Trial Vote at Age 18 Freedom of Religion Due Process

Impartial Jury No Slavery No Double Jeopardy Own Weapons Not House

No Cruel or Unusual Punishment Soldiers No Unreasonab le Searches Vote

Vote Regardless of Race Keep Private Property Regardles s of Sex Freedom of

Expressio Rights Decoder! (Must exit slide show mode to drag shapes) Can you match the rights from the game to the illustration? Drag them to make pairs! Freedom of Expression

No Unreasonable Searches Speedy and Public Trial Vote at Age 18 Equality Under the

Law Freedom of Religion Keep Private Property Impartial J ury

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