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Lesson Plan

Students learn about citizenship around the world and compare the rights and responsibilities of citizens in other countries to the rights held by U.S. citizens.  Note: This lesson contains an optional PowerPoint presentation (see Lesson Prep).  We've recently updated this lesson!

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Partner Resources for this Lesson Plan include:

A Trip Around the World - Middle School - on Nearpod

Citizenship and Participation - Newsela Text Set

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Students will be able to...

  • Compare and contrast key provisions in the U.S. Constitution with those in the constitutions of India, Brazil, Iran, Germany, and Ghana.
  •  Analyze how other countries' constitutions might affect everyday life and rights in those countries.
  • Consider whether the U.S. Constitution should be amended to include certain provisions found in other countries' constitutions.

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