Follow Us On :

Online Coaching

Civics Classes

In Civics classes, students learn about the rights and obligations of citizenship at the local, state, national, and global levels and the history of our nation as a democracy.

Civics derives from the Latin word civicus, meaning "relating to a citizen", and the Latin civica, a garland of oak leaves worn about the head as a crown, a practice in ancient Rome wherein someone who saved another Roman citizen from death in war was rewarded with the civica and the right to wear it.

Civic content includes both core knowledge and the ability to apply knowledge to different circumstances and settings. Intellectual civic skills encompass knowing how to identify, assess, interpret, describe, analyze, and explain matters of concern in civic life.

Definition of civics. : a social science dealing with the rights and duties of citizens.

What are 5 civic duties?
  • Support and defend the Constitution.

  • Stay informed of the issues affecting your community.

  • Participate in the democratic process.

  • Respect and obey federal, state, and local laws.

  • Respect the rights, beliefs, and opinions of others.

  • Participate in your local community.

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN was the father of civics.

The civic right is a set of rules and regulations that are used the different eras of a city to support common needs by creating public offices in city. There are several organizations that observe the city by passing the laws- instructions and rules as a result they cause different problems and ambiguities.

What is the difference between civic duties and responsibilities?

Civic duties ensure that democratic values written into the Constitution and the Bill of Rights are upheld. Responsibilities include both those that are voluntary as well as those required by law.

What are the basic concepts of civics?

  • Alien. Non-citizen.

  • Authoritarian. a government in which one leader or group of people holds absolute power.

  • Budget. A plan for making and spending money

  • Citizenship. rights and duties of members of a state

  • Civics. The study of the rights and duties of citizens

  • Deport

  • Democracy

  • Direct Democracy

What are civic values?

These values help keep society running, help keep people happy, and ensure security for future generations. While there are many different civic values, in this lesson we will focus on only four: service, personal responsibility, respect, and entrepreneurship.

Download Brochure Here

Civics Classes