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What is Good Citizen? Student Name: John Cassidy Complete both sections below to receive full credit for this assignment. Section 1 - “Civic Heroism”@Icivics.org Directions: Click here to be diverted to the website link for this lesson. You will see that the questions below are the same as those on the site but the questions below may ask extra information from each section. There will be five screens that you will go through by using the “Next” button at the bottom of each page. On the right of each page you will see a link from that page that will help you answer the questions. Make sure you answer all parts of each question in order to get credit. 1. In a complete sentence, explain n one of the ways that citizens of the United States can use their rights to help govern their country. One of the ways citizens of the United States can use their rights to help govern their country is to vote in elections for public officials. 2. What are four responsibilities of citizens of the United States? Highlight the responsibility that you find most important. The four responsibilities of citizens of the United States is to obey laws, pay taxes, voting, and to serve on the Jury. 3. Read three stories about heroes in the Cleveland, OH area. List two characteristics that all of these heroes demonstrate. Characteristics that all of the heroes demonstrate are bravery and willingness. 4. Find one example of a Do Something Award Winner that was working here in the United States who inspires you. Describe his or her story here.
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