Created by Monica Orozco Citizens Among Us
What is Citizenship? When you see this icon, double click for teacher notes.
Why Should We Show Good Citizenship? Click on me to find out why. citizenship equality justice laws responsibility truth vote
Community Helpers Click on anyone of us to find out how we help the community. Who can be a citizen? Can you? Let’s find out by clicking on the light bulb below.
Are We Good Citizens? YES NO NO YES
How can you be a Good Citizen and help your... family? friends? school? community? country? Let’s find out together!
As a Citizen, do you Recognize any of these Patriotic Tunes? Click on the United States flag to find out.
Student Opportunities Would you like to become involved in your community? Click here. Here are some opportunities for you to show good citizenship.
Hello, I am Harriet Tubman. Now that you understand the characteristics of good citizenship, I want you to take an adventure with me to fight for freedom, equality, and justice. I want you to understand how someone like me, a slave could exemplify good citizenship. Click on my portrait so that you can see a small glimpse of my life.
Harriet Tubman March 1822 – March 10, 1913 Please follow me as we journey through my life and the Underground Railroad. Click here.
In the Beginning Click on each image to inquire more information about my life in the 1800’s and the movie icon for a short video.
Heading North through the Underground Railroad Wait! They’re chasing us! What should we do? Stop running and surrender or stay and follow Moses? You decide, it’s your choice. Make a decision through the Underground Railroad by clicking here.
Follow the Drinking Gourd Click on the image to find out the meaning of the Drinking Gourd. Listen to the song.
Secrets, Signs, & Codes Use the lantern to guide you through many words and their meanings that were used during my life. Make your own secret quilt. Let’s learn a little more about my life. Listen to the hidden messages within these songs.
Dead or Alive Now it’s your turn. Think to yourself: How would the capture of Harriet Tubman affect her community? Turn to your partner. Talk about your responses.
How well do you know me? Let’s review! Click here. Click here. My friends will give you a ride into my adventures. My friends and I can help you review through a timeline.
How well do you know me? Let’s find out! Are you up for a challenge? Answer as many questions as you can about my life as you can. Click on either image to play. Remember to have fun!
Every dream begins with a dreamer. You have within you the strength and passion to change the world. -Harriet Tubman Thank you for joining me through my journey.
Patriotic Tunes • Double click on the musical note to play the game Guess this Patriotic Tune.You may print out a copy of the following song list Song List You may use this list to select a corresponding song number to play. • The Star Spangled Banner • I'm A Yankee Doodle Dandee • Yankee Doodle • Always Ready (Semper Paratis, Coast Guard Song) • There's a Star Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere • Hail Columbia • Off We Go Into the Wild Blue Yonder • When Johnny Comes Marching Home Again • The Ballad of the Green Beret Click here to go back to the original slide.
Vocabulary Word Graphic Organizer Definition Vocabulary Word Sentence Illustration
Notes-What is Citizenship? • Teacher will ask essential question: What is citizenship? • This image will represent that students will need to complete an activity. • Complete a KWLH chart as a class or individually. Only complete the K-what I know portion. • Follow up with: How can you show good citizenship? What can you do to earn a citizenship award? • After a class discussion, complete the W-what I would like to learn portion. • Have students also continue to work on L-what I learned of the KWL chart throughout the lesson and write any new ideas/concepts they learned.
Notes-How can you be a good citizen and help your… • Teacher will ask essential question: How can you be a good citizen and help your… • Conduct a class discussion allowing various responses from students. • Click on the text: Let’s find out together! to watch a video. • Have students begin filling out the tree map graphic organizer after watching the video. It must be completed by the end of slide 6. You may create your own to add all of the five subcategories: friends, family, community, school, country • You can have the students either write, illustrate, cut out images from a magazine, or research images on the internet that represent the different ways they can help.
Notes-Why should we show good citizenship? • Teacher will ask essential question: Why should we show good citizenship? Discuss students responses. • Click on thinking cap to watch short video. • Students may work with a partner or as a whole class to define the vocabulary words using the online dictionary. They will complete a vocabulary graphic organizer for each word.
Notes-Are we good citizens? • Teacher will ask essential question: Are they good citizens? Why or why not? Explain your thinking. What would happen if people didn’t show acts of good citizenship? • Students will turn to their partner and discuss the reason why or why not each image shows acts of good citizenship. • Students will work independently to complete the double bubble map graphic organizer. They will make a judgment whether the images provided represent good or poor citizenship, glue them in the appropriate section and explain their reasoning underneath each picture.
Name: __________________________________________ Date:_____________________ Poor Citizenship Good Citizenship Citizenship
Hello • Students will work with a partner to complete the planning sheet. Please print this out. Use the back of the planning sheet to take any additional notes or facts that you think are important This will need to be completed by the end of the lesson so that students can complete their assessment activities. • Students will have 3 assessment activities to choose from. • Use the internet to create this online activity: Biography bio cube about Harriet Tubman. • Biography Poster Report about Harriet Tubman • Use the following template as your roughdraft to create and publish an I AM poem brochure or poster about Harriet Tubman using Microsoft publisher or power point.
Every Dream • Student will journal their response in a composition notebook to the essential question: How did Harriet Tubman’s contribution impact our community? • Student will now complete 1 of 3 assessment activities . Use the internet to create this online activity: • Biography bio cube about Harriet Tubman. • Biography Poster Report about Harriet Tubman • Use the following template as your roughdraft to create and publish an I AM poem brochure or poster about Harriet Tubman using Microsoft publisher or power point.
Heading North • Journal Observation: You are a runaway slave that has to make a choice whether to stay or continue running. Write down your observations as you journey through the Underground Railroad.What do you do? Why?
Dead or Alive • Journal Observation: • What if there was no Harriet Tubman? Record your observations. 2. Design and create a wanted poster about Harriet Tubman using white construction paper. • Be sure to include the 5 w’s: Who? What? When? Where? Why? • Be sure to include an illustration of Harriet Tubman.
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