II. The Rights, Duties, and Responsibilities of Citizenship
Chapter III. The meaning of Citizenship Section 2
What is the difference between rights and duties? Provide examples of each.
Describe how responsibilities differ from both rights and duties? (Answer this on the WS)
Attending school = a duty or a right?
Why is attending school an important duty of citizenship?
III. Citizenship and other roles in society
Chapter III. The meaning of Citizenship Section 3
One Person, Different Social Roles
Activity: Graph Daily Roles
Let’s find out what social roles do you play!
List ways you spend your time on a typical day.
Identify different role the activities involve.
Estimate the length of time you play each role and calculate the fraction of the total day you play each role.
Draw a circle graph illustrate how often you engage in each of the seven role.
“Conflicting Roles” Write a Short Story / Draw a Cartoon
Sometimes it is easy to play more than one role at a time. At other times, however, you find that the demands of your roles are in conflict with each other.
You want to go to the school dance, but you have already agreed to take a babysitting job that night.
Your best friend manages to get tickets to a rock concert tomorrow, but your stepmother reminds you that your grand-mother is arriving for a visit.
It is your night to cook dinner for the family, but your big term paper is due in the morning.
You do not need a pair of jeans, but everyone you know is buying the latest style.