Ms. Hallmark's Citizenship Booklet

Ms. Hallmark's Citizenship Booklet

Previewon next blank left page (18) Think about everything we have been discussing about what it means to be an American

civic virtue, risk taking, etc. Create an acrostic poem using the handout. C aring for others

I ndependent minded T rue to self and country I maginative and creative Z ealous for success E ducated and full of

effort N ice, mannerly We will We will DESCRIBE and ILLUSTRATE our roles as citizens in six different climates (self, home/family,

neighborhood, school, nation, and world) using a "citizenship" booklet that illustrates each role in each climate. Ms. Hallmarks Citizenship Booklet

I Can Be a Better Citizen By setting goals and meeting those goals At Home

I can plan more family time! In My Neighborhood/Community I can help older residents by doing

chores for them and/or running errands for them. At School I can be better organized

In My Country I can stay informed about whats happening so I can vote responsibly!

In My World I will accept others! I will support our troops! Closure - Reflection Think about how you live up to the ideals

described in your citizenship booklet. Complete the Citizenship Promise, and tape/glue into next right page. (19).

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