Welcome to SCCLD Citizenship Class
1. Which languages do you speak?
2. Do you have a library card?
3. What do you do at the library?
4. How are you eligible to become a US Citizen?
5. Do you know how to apply for Citizenship?
I don't know how to apply for citizenship.
I know a local USCIS-approved community group that can help me apply for Citizenship.
6. Have you applied for US Citizenship?
7. Do you understand the questions on the USCIS N-400 Application for Naturalization?
I don't understand the N-400. It is too difficult!
I understand the N-400 and can explain the words.
8. Can you read a sentence in English about Citizenship out loud?
It is difficult to read a sentence in English out loud.
It is easy to read a sentence in English out loud.
9. Can you write a dictated sentence in English about Citizenship?
It is difficult to write a dictated sentence in English.
It is easy to write a dictated sentence in English.
10. If I asked you 10 of the USCIS "100 questions," how many can you answer correctly?
I can answer 1 out of 10 USCIS questions.
I can answer 10 out of 10 USCIS questions.
11. What rights and responsibilities are only for US Citizens?
(check 4)
12. Who makes federal laws?
13. Who is in charge of the executive branch?
14. What does the judicial branch do?
15. Under our Constitution, some powers belong to the federal government. What is one power of the federal government?
16. Under our Constitution, some powers belong to the state government. What is one power of state government?
17. Under our Constitution, some powers belong to the local government. What is one power of the local government?
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