Lessons for Communication

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  • Juvenile Justice - Consequences of Offenses to Offenders, Victims, and Community - … more social services are needed. 3) Consequences to the Community The community's sense of well-being is reduced by the use … the Community The community may have a lower sense of pride in itself. Community members may feel the quality of life in their community is being eaten away. Additionally, community members will have …
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  • Good for Goodness Sake? - … on applicants who have participated in a lot of community service? -Should community service be used as a punishment for people who … Questions for Discussion: -Does sentencing convicted criminals to community service make serving the community into a punishment, or does it teach valuable … school to encourage others to get involved in community service. 2. Research local community service options and create a bulletin board or …
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  • By the People, For the People - … gives a lot to our community is ... - Our community would be stronger if ... - One thing that our community needs is ..." After students write … up a strong community? What events and organizations in your community exist in part to boost a sense of community? Why is this … the qualifications for various government positions and professions in your community. Compare qualifications such as age, experience, and education. For which …
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  • Where do you live? - … communities, state, and nation are united by symbols that represent citizenship in our nation. Materials: Large Community Cardspdf Community Characteristic Cardspdf Through the Community game boardpdf Through the Community blank game boardpdf Game pieces Dice … meet the criteria of that community, that community wins. The teacher chooses different students to represent the communities, and instructs the remaining students …
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  • Organic, Slow or Local: Exploring Food-Based Communities - … values and preferences help people find and create communities? In this lesson, students examine communities that come together around shared beliefs about … interviewed about food end up talking about community? Ms. Muhlke says that some food communities have a "righteous rarefied aura." What do … habits? Did learning about these food communities make you think any differently about your own food communities and food choices? Here, students …
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  • Components of a Community - … which people in the local community and communities around the world meet their needs for government, education, communication, transportation, and recreation, over time … work together to reach a consensus agreement for our community? What is a community composed of? Step-By-Step Procedures: Day 1 … understanding in the elements that compose a community and the peoples' influence in a community. The students will take turns presenting in …
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  • Communities of the Past - … - 3 Community Unit Contents: What is a Community? Communities of the Past Interviews of Members of a Community Instructional Plan #2 I. Title: Communities of … complete the assignment? IX. Follow-Up: Lesson #3: Community Interview Name(s): Community Questionnaire Directions: With your partner, answer the following questions … aren't in you community today? List at least 3. 3. What buildings in your community were in your community in 1979 (20 …
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  • Exploring Community through Photography - … with definitions of community and consider their roles in a chosen community. Students will Define community Brainstorm different types of community Explore photography as … community: A critical review of 'community' in Family and Community History. Community History. 7(1). Mills, Dennis. (May 2004). Defining community: A critical review of 'community' in Family and Community History. Community
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  • How Communities are Different - … communities are huge business areas and communities located in beautiful places often become tourist resorts. Amish communities are very different from most other communities … the communities have. If time allows, read aloud an article about Amish communities. Discuss how these communities are different from most other communities. Be … are also many books available on "communities". References: Bacon. (1991). Communities Grow and Change. Dr. Phillip Bacon, Communities (pp. 230-250). NY: Harcourt …
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  • Exploring Community through Photography - … periods Concepts Taught: Defining community; Portraying communities in photos Exploring Community Through Photography Objective: To explore the concept of community through images and words … community: A critical review of 'community' in Family and Community History. Community History. 7(1). Mills, Dennis. (May 2004). Defining community: A critical review of 'community' in Family and Community History. Community
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