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Get ready

1
Read the question: "What does it mean to be a citizen?". Click on the right answers. A citizen...













2
Drag the words related to responsibilities in the first category and those related to rights in the second one.

    Responsibilities Rights


    3
    Rephrase the question: What does it mean to be a citizen?



    4
    Brainstorm from the title of the chapter.

    How can you express your opinion? What type of elections do you know?
    Your choice, Your voice!


    5
    Check with this table what you already know.

    Today, can you... Prove it! 🙂 🙁
    express your feelings? I feel
    share your tastes? I'm keen on but I'm not really into
    give advice? You should . You souldn't .
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    Observe and listen

    1
    Identify the key elements of the artwork. What can you say about the colours?

    <stamp theme='esp-blue'>Doc. 1</stamp> Yes we did

    Shepard Fairey, Yes We Did, 2008.

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    The three main colours are...
    They represent...


    2
    Listen to the audio guide and fill in the chart with key information about the artwork.

    The audioguide to the poster

    Artist's name Creation and context Formats


    3
    Right or wrong? Write in the correct answer.

    a) The artist is an American citizen.
    b) Shepard Fairey is a painter. 
    c) His portrait of Obama was published in The New Yorker magazine.

    4
    Do you know another great American visual artist? Another American President?



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    Let’s have fun

    1
    Listen to the audio and choose the correct word.

    <stamp theme='esp-blue'>Doc. 4</stamp>


    a) It was a (creed / plead) written into the founding documents that declared the destiny of a (nation / passion).
    b) It was (sung / done) by immigrants as they struck out from distant shores and pioneers who pushed  (westward / eastward) against an unforgiving wilderness.
    c) It was the call of (dockers / workers) who organised; (women / men) who reached for the ballots; a President who (close / chose) the moon as our new frontier.
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