1221312.docx - Unit 1 Lesson 14 Alternate Portfolio 28 Points Directions For this portfolio you will need to use knowledge from your previous lessons

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Unit 1 - Lesson 14 Alternate Portfolio 28 Points Directions: For this portfolio, you will need to use knowledge from your previous lessons. Each step explains what lesson you need to use in order to answer the questions. The purpose of the portfolio is to show how the United States started from individual colonies and became a new nation - what we have today! If you have any questions or need help, please contact your teacher. The point values for each question are in parentheses. _______________________________ Page Numbers Reference Chart Lesson Physical Textbook Online Textbook Lesson 2 Nat. Rights (pg 25 & 53) Social Contract (pg 8) Nat. Rights – pg 26 & 51 Social Contract – pg 8 Lesson 3 autocracy pg 14 presidential government pg 17 Autocracy – pg 14 Presidential government – pg 17-18 Lesson 4-6 Chart on page 49 Chart page 47 Lesson 7 Read pages 53-54 about the Declaration of Independence, look at the charts and the blue words Pages 51-53 and Chart on 53 Lesson 8 pg 58 “Major Weaknesses Surface” Read pages 55-56 “Major Weaknesses Surface” on 56 Lesson 9-11 Part 1: pg 68 “A Bundle of Compromises” Part 2: pgs 95-96 Bill of Rights Part 1: Page 68 “Bundle of Compromises” and chart Part 2: Pgs 92-94 “Bill of Rights” Lesson 12 Page 85 – Popular Sovereignty Page 90 – “Who has the power” chart Pg 111 - Nation’s Obligations Page 83 – Popular Sovereignty Page 88 – “Who has the Power” Chart Page 109 – Nation’s Obligations
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Lesson 2 : (2 points) Using the online lesson, explain the main ideas/concepts of Natural Rights and a Social Contract. Pretend you are explaining it to a friend who has never heard about these two ideas before. Natural rights are right that people have been entitled to by God or nature. The three main natural rights are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. These are rights that every citizen of United States have. These rights are from the Declaration of Independence.
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