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TEKS Social Studies Grade 8 - 8.19.A: Define & Give Examples Of Unalienable Rights

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Grade 8
Social Studies
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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  • Q1
    The rights listed above were —
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    defined by President George Washington in his Farewell Address
    established by the ratification of the U.S. Constitution
    defined by Thomas Jefferson in the Declaration of Independence
    established by a series of Supreme Court decisions
    8.19.A: Social Studies - Citizenship
  • Q2
    This list includes rights that are considered —
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    8.19.A: Social Studies - Citizenship
  • Q3
    This excerpt refers to rights that people —
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    earn by demonstrating loyalty to their government
    are granted after enlistment in the military
    receive by becoming citizens of a country
    have as a result of being human
    8.19.A: Social Studies - Citizenship
  • Q4
    In this excerpt, the authors of the Virginia Declaration of Rights are describing rights they consider —
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    protected under religious doctrine
    defined by the courts
    natural and possessed at birth
    granted to citizens by their government
    8.19.A: Social Studies - Citizenship

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