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Ch 21: Individual Rights & Civic Responsibilities

About This Chapter

This self-paced online social studies chapter offers engaging and simple lessons on individual rights and civic responsibilities. Use these lessons to strengthen your understanding of these topics for an upcoming exam, homework assignment or your own personal knowledge.

Individual Rights & Civic Responsibilities - Chapter Summary

Explore this chapter at your own pace to study fundamental individual rights and civic responsibilities in the United States. These simple video lessons help you quickly review America's values of liberty, self-government and equality. You can also expect to go over the Constitution's first 10 Amendments, the process of U.S. citizenship and the definition of civic duty. When you're finished working through the chapter, you should be able to:

  • Define America's core values
  • Summarize the Bill of Rights
  • Explain basic concepts related to citizenship and civil society
  • Define the concept of civic duty
  • Outline the process of obtaining U.S. citizenship
  • Recognize the responsibilities of U.S. citizens

When you finish a lesson, you'll have the opportunity to take a short quiz. Take all of the quizzes, as well as the chapter exam, to master these American rights and civic responsibility concepts. If you have any questions, you can easily reach out to our social studies experts. The chapter is available around-the-clock, and it's accessible on any desktop, laptop, smartphone or tablet.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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