Lessons for Core Values

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  • No Joke * My Voice Counts! - … Three: Venn Diagram Overhead projector copy of Attachment Four: Core Democratic Values Student copies of Attachment Five: Editorial Cartoon Rubric Paper or … . Day Two Anticipatory Set: Display the Core Democratic Values on the overhead projector (Attachment Four: Core Democratic Values). Read the CDVs together and discuss … ://www.freep.com/voices/cartoons/052803_mt_450.htm> (03 August 2003) Core Values of American Constitutional Democracy User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Remembering the Hate in Order to Remember Compassi - … values of American Constitutional Democracy; and the roles, rights and responsibilities of citizenship, including avenues of participation. Value the principles, ideals, and core valuesvalues of American Constitutional Democracy; and the roles, rights and responsibilities of citizenship, including avenues of participation. Value the principles, ideals, and core valuesvalues of American Constitutional Democracy; and the roles, rights and responsibilities of citizenship, including avenues of participation. Value the principles, ideals, and core values
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  • Respect and Democracy - … core values and beliefs of a constitutional democracy. Duration: One 20-minute lesson Objectives: The learners will: defne respect. describe how democratic values … One: Core Values of American Constitutional Democracy Handout 1Core Values of American Constitutional DemocracyInstructional Procedure(s): Anticipatory Set: Display this definition: "valuing yourself/being … that are important to understanding. Distribute copies of Handout One: Core Values of American Constitutional Democracy. As a class, read through the …
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  • Constitutional Issues: Civil Liberties during War - … ideal or during World War II. Students then identify the core values constitutional that come with a specific point of view around … -8 Reading - Decisions: Japanese American Incarceration..........................................9-12 Handout #1 - Values Exercise.........................................................................13 Handout #2 - Group Role Playing Instructions.................................................14-21 … share their lists or the one or two most important core values. The point of the exercise is to explore the difficulty …
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  • Character Study - … at the heart of the "American cultural divide"? i. What core values does Alan Miller describe as mainstream? j. According to Douglas … , fundamental, morals, tidy, wavered, recession, tragedy, appoint, resolution, portrayed, liberal, core, visceral, elitist, alien, adage, unbridled, federal, amendment, solace, comprehend, evangelical … petitions; Understands why becoming knowledgeable about public affairs and the values and principles of American constitutional democracy and communicating that knowledge …
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  • Discovering Our Legacy of Giving - … people to do what they do. We look at their core values, parents, their learning environment, and the major events of their … ? Have students start a journal of getting to know their core values and motivations. See Attachment One: Journal Prompts for a list … something with friends, a faith-based organization encourages it, family values, want to get my name on something, want to give … something they can do to help. They may write about core values or words that stuck with them. They may write about …
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  • Economic Systems - … of each society and its values regarding the objectives of an economic system." ASSUMPTION: Understanding the core values and assumptions of other economies … an economy could be organized. DESCRIPTION: Economic systems reflect the values, assumptions and goals of a particular culture. Subsistence economies, which … nature of each of the economic systems? What are the core values of each? Since the world economy is now heavily based …
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  • Goddesses Are Personifications Too! - … . Learning Objectives Students will be able to discuss the cultural values reflected in classical and Neoclassical art and make connections between … this object. 10. Have the class come up with a core value, concept, or force in contemporary culture (such as friendship, capitalism … . Have students create a depiction of a personification of a core value or concept in contemporary culture, using available art supplies, such …
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  • Shakespearian Moments - … and interactions of language, literature, the arts, traditions, beliefs, and values, and behavior patterns. III. People, Places & Environments a. articulate personal … . analyze how science and technology influence the core values, beliefs, and attitudes of society, and how core values, beliefs, and attitudes of society shape … define and establish the structure of Shakespearian Moments and their value in allowing an audience to virtually share in a human …
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  • Shakespearian Moments - … and interactions of language, literature, the arts, traditions, beliefs, and values, and behavior patterns. III. People, Places & Environments a. articulate personal … . analyze how science and technology influence the core values, beliefs, and attitudes of society, and how core values, beliefs, and attitudes of society shape … and Society 3:1:4:Shakespearian Moments 5. Establish Shakespearian Value—Spark a student lead decision on how influential images are …
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