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What Would You Do?

Complete the attached worksheet by entering in the text box what you would do in each of the situations listed. See how respectful you are based on your responses to the situations.

After completing the attached worksheet, discuss with your teacher and classmates what your responses have to do with respect and if your capacity to respect others' rights and property is satisfactory.

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It is important to learn about your responsibility to respect other people's property and property where there is shared use such as school grounds. Explore the concept of taking responsibility for property in the community by working in groups to formulate ideas and devise strategies to improve the local area.



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

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