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The Walter and Leonore Annenberg Presidential Learning Center's presentation at the 2011 California Council of the Social Studies Conference (CCSS). This presentation examines the current state of ...

The Walter and Leonore Annenberg Presidential Learning Center's presentation at the 2011 California Council of the Social Studies Conference (CCSS). This presentation examines the current state of civics education in the United States and shares a piece of curriculum developed to teach students about the roles and responsibilities of effective citizenship. For a free copy of the curriculum, email us at aplc@reaganfoundation.org.

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    Engaging Students in Civic Life- CCSS 2011 Engaging Students in Civic Life- CCSS 2011 Presentation Transcript

    • Engaging Students in Civic Life
    • Goals
      Participants will come away with:
      An understanding of the present state of civics education
      A complete unit of curriculum for the classroom.
      Strategies for effective integration of civics instruction
      Goals
    • State of Civics Today
      State of Civics Today
    • “The U.S. civics assessment evaluates students’ knowledge, skills, and dispositions that are critical to the responsibilities of citizenship in America’s constitutional democracy.”
      - The Nation’s Report Card: Civics 2006
    • 4th Grade
    • 8th Grade
    • No significant progress
    • % of Students Proficient or Above
    • 7000 Drops Outs Per Day
    • Need statistics on Dropout v. Graduate in terms of civic engagement
      Corporation for National and Community Service and the National Conference on
      Citizenship. Civic Life in America: Key Findings on the Civic Health of the Nation, Washington, DC. 2010, September.
    • Key Findings
    • “Civic engagement
      is, in essence, the common thread of participation in
      and building of one’s
      community.”
      • National Conference on Citizenship, Civic Life in America
    • Categories of Civic Engagement
    • Service
    • Group
    • Current Events
    • Social Connectedness
    • PoliticalAction
    • Voting Rate World Comparison
      Statistics from
      Mark N. Franklin's "Electoral Participation,”
      Controversies in Voting Behavior (2001).
    • Programming
    • Professional Development
    • Curriculum
    • Standards Aligned
    • Backwards Design
    • Assessment: PSA
    • Lesson 1: Intro to Responsible Citizenship
    • Lesson 1: Intro to Responsible Citizenship
    • Lesson 1: Intro to Responsible Citizenship
    • Lesson 1: Intro to Responsible Citizenship
    • Lesson 1: What is a good citizen?
      You will become the person listed on your card.
      You will try to meet and speak with:
      Different gender
      Different profession
      Different time period (150 years difference)
      Lesson 1: Intro to Responsible Citizenship
    • Synthesis
      Write a paragraph that synthesizes the views you heard on citizenship. To be shared in 5 minutes.
      Lesson 1: Intro to Responsible Citizenship
    • How could you adapt this to work in your classroom?
      Lesson 1: Intro to Responsible Citizenship
    • www.reaganfoundation.org
      APLC@reaganfoundation.org
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      @TonyAPLC
      @JanetAPLC
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