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Citizenship Notes

by: Brooke Kuersten

Citizenship Notes SS397 002

Brooke Kuersten
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These notes cover the 6 dimensions of citizenship and how teachers can incorporate them in the classroom. This will also be covered on the quiz in March
Teaching Social Studies in the Elementary School
Dr. Stewart
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Brooke Kuersten on Thursday January 28, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to SS397 002 at Ball State University taught by Dr. Stewart in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 12 views. For similar materials see Teaching Social Studies in the Elementary School in Education and Teacher Studies at Ball State University.

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Date Created: 01/28/16
DIMENSIONS OF DEMOCRATIC CITIZENSHIP **Explain some EDUCATIONmensions on quiz ** - March 2nd. Voting Deliberating  Present somewhere in our classrooms if we are trying to  LAYS THE FOUNDATION for the prepare students for the rest. future world  Children must be given the  Participate and given opportunity to deliberate opportunities to vote because we live in a diverse  Learn the history and that not society. everyone was allowed to vote  People are accepting others views  Listening to others views and thoughts and talking them out Community Service Disposition and Action  In essencs- This is what you  Students should see that their is show, its in your character, good working with your community how you carry yourself  Lasting impacts working with  It should make a kind of community person  Opportunities and experiences to  What you say, you should be involved and taking action- behave- your actions prove tutoring, food drive what you say  Have them act out and make meaning with what the teacher is teaching in social studies Values  Believe in equality - exercise fairness Knowledge  Giving everyone rights  Take a chance to get to know one another  Not judging others  The new and the good  Teachers should not assume the values the  Encouraging and allowing others to share- teacher has in the classroom, but express them taking the time to share and make others aware  Ask questions


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