Citizenship in schoolsChapter 14 By: Karissa Herrera Diana Mogollon Jonathan Ortiz Justin Izquierdo Markus Amicar DaniellaCicirello & Diana Solares
Citizenship in schoolschapter 14 Section 1 • Education is important for two main reasons • Education helps individual citizens grow • Builds a strong country • There are many levels of schools starting from preschool all the way up to High school. The higher education is more like Community College, Colleges and Universities • Public schools are facing many challenges which are not having enough money, not enough staff, and too much violence. • Education is a huge part of this world because without education people wouldn’t know how be take care of their communities and neighborhoods.
Citizenship in schoolschapter 14Quick Quiz! 1. Why is education important ? • Education is important because it builds a strong country and helps individual citizens grow. • What are the levels of the U.S school system ? • The levels of the U.S school system are preschool up to Universities. 3.People are not responsible for what goes on in their neighborhood and communities ? • This is incorrect, people are responsible for what goes on in their neighborhoods and communities, one purpose of education is to teach citizens how to use their skills to helps others in our world.
Citizenship in schoolschapter 14section 2 • Education has seven goals Learning Basic Skills, Learning to work with others, Building good health hobbits , Training for life’s work, Becoming and Active Citizen, Developing Considerate Behavior, and finally Using your free time wisely. • Did you know ? Being prepared for school , keeping a schedule and extracurricular activities can help you be successful in school. Being prepared and keeping a schedule can help you by reducing stress and anxiety from not keeping up with things. Extracurricular activities help you learn new things or improve what you already know. • Educations goals Their goals are to teach you how to become an active citizen.
Citizenship in schoolschapter 14; Section 2Quick Quiz! • What are the seven goals of education? Learning Basic Skills, Learning to work with others, Building good health hobbits , Training for life’s work, Becoming and Active Citizen, Developing Considerate Behavior, and finally Using your free time wisely. 2. How can being prepared for school help you become more successful in school? It helps you become less stressed about not having the correct supplies to be able to copy down the information during class. 3.There are thee things that can help you become better successful in school , what are they? Being prepared, Keeping a schedule and participating in extracurricular activities
Citizenship in schoolschapter 14section 3 • Experiences and Learning relate because if you don’t experience then you never learn . • The most important skill we learn is thinking, well critical thinking is another way of thinking, it involves several steps those steps are Defining the Issues, Distinguishing Fact from opinion, Weighing the Evidence, & Reaching a Conclusion • One of the key life skills you learn in school should be learning how to think. If you learn how to think you will be able to solve many problems faced everyday.
Citizenship in schoolschapter 14; Section 3Quick Quiz! • What is the relationship between learning & experience? When you experience you learn new things 2. How can learning how to think help you face your everyday problems? It can help you because when you think you take a moment to solve your problems before you do anything else. 3. One of the main things that people think should be taught in schools is? Thinking
WORDS TO KNOW!Chapter 14;Section1,2,3&4 • University:An institution of learning of the highest level • Values: Ideas that people hold dear & try to live by • Mainstreaming: An act that says students with special needs be treated like everyone else & be taught in regular classrooms whenever possible. • Principles: Basic beliefs, rules, or laws. • Extracurricular activities: The groups, teams , & events that your school sponsors outside of the classroom. • Experience: Observation of or participation in events. • Conditioning: Type of learning • Habit: An action we do automatically without thinking about it • Motivation: The internal drive to achieve your goals • Complex: Difficult, not simple • Insight: Thinking that comes from your heart more than your mind. • Creativity: The ability to find new ways to think about or do things • Critical thinking: Thinking we do to reach decisions & solve problems • Prejudice: An opinion that is not based on the facts.