Citizenship Rights and Responsibilities
Identify rights and responsibilities of citizenship in the
Indicator Grade 5:
2.Explain the obligations of upholding the US Constitution including:
Serving on Juries
Registering for Selective Service
3. Explain the significance of the rights that are protected by the first Amendment
Review the KWL with students asking them orally
about the different rights and responsibilities that they have as citizens of
No scoring for the pre-assessment.
Post-assessment will be based on the notes that students take from the internet. Through observation, we will monitor the students as they explore the web sites on the pathfinder and read over their notes as they work.
No scoring necessary.
Using the computer helps students who might have trouble in other areas be successful. Also, students are working in groups of two and those that may have difficulty have been paired with students who are stronger in certain skills.
Students can move beyond the pathfinder and be directed to use other search engines to locate materials on the internet.
This project was designed to be completed in class.
Students will be searching for information electronically using laptops.
Include research that supports the content or methods of instruction within the lesson.
Make sure in the future, that students are not so quick to print out the information that they find, but take the time to read it over online before printing. It is hard for them to understand that not every piece of information that they see on the internet is relevant to their topic.