The Ohio Constitution, which will be discussed in more detail below, and the Northwest Ordinance, discussed in Chapter 1, are among the founding documents that created and still guide Ohio and its government. Others include the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights. The Ohio and U.S. Constitutions are often characterized as living documents, meaning the citizens or their representatives can change them.
Read the following document
What is a good citizen?
Write the word Citizenship or in the center of the wheel.
In each section, between the spokes, write something that represents duties and responsibilities of being a good citizen.
Note: this can function as a web, or you can create it as part of a cycle and add arrows to show the flow.