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What Attitudes & Actions Lead to Responsible Citizenship? Uncle Sam Wants Out! Freedom and Responsibility Four Corners What is Enough for You? Enough is Enough What Would You Do? Respect as Citizens Being Left Out Helping Where Needed Volunteer to Be a Detective Responsible Citizen's Recipe Bulls-Eye

 
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What is Citizenship? Attitudes and Actions Responsible Citizenship Communicating Keeping Freedom What Do You Think?

 
Responsible Citizen's Recipe

Listed on the attached worksheet are some of the ingredients that make for responsible citizens.  Try to think of other ingredients and add them to the recipe.  Examples might include attitudes, values, traits, and qualities.  Enter the rest of the recipe's ingredients and directions in the text box provided on the attached worksheet.

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Citizenship education encourages young people to evaluate information critically, make informed choices, and take personal responsibility for their actions -- whether choosing how to vote or follow a recipe.




*Citizenship section select ideas derived from Citizenship, Learning to Live as Responsible Citizens, published by Good Apple, Inc.

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