Bill of Rights: Rights and Responsibilities

Students idenitfy and apply their opportunities to describe how written and unwritten laws and rules of a society affect individual and group behavior. Then they recognize the significance of the Fifth through Eighth Amendments, as well as recognize the significance of the Declaration of Independence. Students also recognize that American citizens not only enjoy many rights guaranteed by the Constitution but also have many responsibilities associated with those rights.

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