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What Are Individual Rights? - Definition & Examples

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The individual right to own a gun to protect yourself and/or your family comes from the _____.

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1. The Bill of Rights are the first _____ amendments of the Constitution.

2. The individual right of freedom of speech is derived from the _____ Amendment.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet combo will help you understand the Bill of Rights, and how it apply to the life of every person in America. You will be quizzed on the details of these amendments.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz will test you on:

  • Specifics within the Bill of Rights
  • Which amendment protects freedom of speech
  • The documents that protect individual rights

Skills Practiced

Use these assessment tools to practice applying the following skills:

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you have retained the most important information regarding the Constitution and how it is tied to individual rights
  • Making connections - utilize your knowledge of the Bills of Rights to understand someone's individual freedoms
  • Knowledge application - assess your understanding of the Bill of Rights by answering questions about its amendments

Additional Learning

Our lesson called What Are Individual Rights? - Definition & Examples will help you learn more about this topic and grasp key concepts. This lesson contains material covering the following objectives:

  • Learn the purpose of the Bill of Rights
  • Recall the provisions within individual amendments
  • Recognize the impact of the Constitution on individual rights
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