Ch 19: American Citizenship Overview

About This Chapter

The short and informative lessons in this chapter can help students enhance their knowledge of American citizenship. Lessons explore the Bill of Rights, civic duty, civil disobedience and more.

American Citizenship Overview - Chapter Summary

This overview of American citizenship is designed to help students better understand the rights and duties of United States citizens. Among topics covered in this chapter are unalienable rights, civic duties and the Bill of Rights. Completing this chapter will ensure students are able to:

  • Describe the importance of the Bill of Rights for all citizens of the United States
  • Define and understand examples of unalienable rights
  • Explain the civic duties U.S. citizens must fulfill
  • Share the process and responsibilities of U.S. citizenship
  • Provide the definition of and acts associated with civil disobedience

Students can feel confident in their ability to understand American citizenship by reviewing lessons at their own pace. Available any time, day or night, lessons are accessible from a computer, smartphone or tablet. A self-assessment quiz is available with each lesson to test students' knowledge of American citizenship. Any questions about this chapter's topics can be submitted to our experts.

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