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Do you see or know of something in your community that doesn't seem right or could be made better? Your community can be as small as your street and large as the world. Learn how to make a difference!
Civics, Interpersonal Skills
Middle School (6-8)
Lesson Plan - Get It!
"Participation — that’s what’s gonna save the human race" (Pete Seeger, singer and activist).
Interested in learning more about how you can make a difference in your own community? Let's take a look at what you can do!
Participation is the act of taking part in something.
It is the responsibility of a citizen to participate in his or her community. Why? Because everything you do, big or small, can make a difference to someone else, the community, the nation, and the world!
In this lesson, you will learn about how people get involved in effecting change in their communities.
Citizens of the United States have responsibilities. Those responsibilities range from respecting and obeying laws to paying taxing to participating in the community.
Let's focus on why participation in your local community is important, and how you can participate!
We help prepare learners for a future that cannot yet be defined. They must be ready for change, willing to learn and able to think critically. Elephango is designed to create lifelong learners who are ready for that rapidly changing future.