A Quick Review of the Bill of Rights and the N-400 Part 12 plus Civics Questions
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A Quick Review of the Bill of Rights and the N-400 Part 12 plus Civics Questions

October 4, 2019

Hi! This Teacher Jennifer from US
Citizenship Podcast. We’re going to explore the connection between the Bill
of Rights and the questions on the N-400 part 12 and some of the civics questions.
You’re going to hear a summary of the amendment and then questions from the
N-400 plus a couple of USCIS civics questions just to keep things
interesting. Let’s get started! The First Amendment protects freedom of religion,
freedom of speech, freedom of the speech, right of peaceable assembly, and the
right to petition the government. Have you ever persecuted any person because
of his race, religion, national origin, membership in a particular group, or
political opinion? No! The Second Amendment protects the right to bear
arms in order to provide communal security. if the law requires it are you
willing to bear arms on behalf of the United States? Yes! The Third Amendment
protects the right of private property in times of peace and war. Did you ever
help any group that used a weapon against any person or threatened to do
so? No! The Fourth Amendment protects against
illegal search seizure or arrest have you ever been arrested cited or detained
by any law enforcement office? No! The Fifth Amendment protects the rights of a
person accused of a crime. Have you ever been charged with committing attempting
to commit or assisting in committing a crime or offense? No! The Sixth Amendment protects the right
to a fair trial. Have you ever been convicted of a crime or offense? No!
The Seventh Amendment protects the right to a trial by jury? What is one
responsibility that is only for United States citizens? Serve on a jury.
The Eighth Amendment protects people from excessive fines and cruel or unusual punishment.
Were you ever involved with badly hurting or trying to hurt a person
on purpose? No! The Ninth Amendment protects the rights of the people not
listed in the Constitution. What are two rights in the Declaration of Independence?
Life and Liberty. The Tenth Amendment protects the states powers.
Under our Constitution some powers belong to the states. What is one power
of the states? Give a driver’s license. CIVICS QUESTIONS
Question 1: Although it originally had 12 amendments, what do we call the first ten
amendments to the Constitution? The Bill of Rights. Question 2: The Bill of Rights
was added to the US Constitution on December 15, 1791. When was the
Constitution written? 1787. Question 3: The Articles of the Constitution set up our
plan of government. What does the Bill of Rights of the Constitution do?
Protects our basic rights. Question 4: The Bill of Rights protects
the rights of everyone living in the United States, including freedom of
expression and the right to bear arms. What is one right or freedom from the
First Amendment? Freedom of Speech. Question 5: The First Amendment also
protects religious freedom and prohibits the establishment of a state religion.
What is freedom of religion? You can practice any religion or not practice a
religion. Thanks to the students and staff of Milpitas Adult School. Please
visit us on the web at UScitizenpod.com where you can download our free App
so you can listen to this podcast wherever you go. Thanks for listening! I
know you will be a great American citizen. Thank you so much. Bye-bye!

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