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Citizenship

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  • 1. Citizenship
    • Fundamental to democracy
    • Informed
    • Knowledgeable
    • Active
    • SS has been “assigned” the responsibility for this
  • 2. Cultural Conservation Orientation
    • Passing on societal core values
    • “ Truths” to pass on
    • Referred to as “passive” citizenship
    • Tends to be dominated by teacher-centred curriculum
  • 3. Disciplines Orientation
    • Need to understand concepts and processes contained in the disciplines
    • Each discipline has its own structure and method of inquiry
    • Procedures are standardized and organized
    • Viewed as “rigorous”
  • 4. Inquiry Orientation
    • Citizenship must be able to identify and solve complex, diverse problems
    • Emphasis is on the search for knowledge
    • Demands active involvement of students
    • Outcome of investigations not known ahead of time.
  • 5. Cultural Transformation Orientation
    • Basis is a broad social concern for social justice
    • Development of skills necessary to change and improve existing social practices
    • Active involvement and student opinions are crucial
    • Reflection on moral issues
  • 6. Personal Development Orientation
    • Development of the self is crucial to good citizenship.
    • Positive self-concept
    • Personal efficacy
    • Search for own personal meaning
    • Character-values-morals
  • 7. Respect for Diversity Orientation
    • All people/groups have value
    • The good citizen appreciates the values of different groups
    • “Emotional Generosity”
    • Combating prejudice/stereotyping
    • Interdependence of people across cultures
  • 8. Global Orientation
    • Worldwide interdependence of people
    • “National Citizenship” is too narrow
    • Awareness of pluralism, and skills to cope with rapid change
    • Sharing of finite resources
    • Examination of broad issues (e.g. environmental problems)

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