citizenship

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citizenship

Mam? the alien =

Mam? la extraterrestre
2016
"A young girl misunderstands the word alien on her mother's Resident Alien Card and let's her imagination run wild, coming to the conclusion that her mother is from outer space. Includes author's note and glossary"--Provided by publisher.

Jury duty

2022
Developed by literacy experts for students in kindergarten through grade three, this book introduces jury duty to young readers through leveled text and related photos.

Obeying laws

2022
Developed by literacy experts for students in kindergarten through grade three, this book introduces obeying laws to young readers through leveled text and related photos.

Volunteering

2022
Developed by literacy experts for students in kindergarten through grade three, this book introduces volunteering to young readers through leveled text and related photos.

It's my duty

understanding citizenship
2019
Simple text and color illustrations describe how a child practices good citizenship by helping his neighbors.

I am an American

the Wong Kim Ark story
"A timely and important picture book that introduces readers to Wong Kim Ark, who challenged the Supreme Court for his right to be an American citizen"--.

Borders

2021
A boy and his mother refuse to identify themselves as American or Canadian at the border and become caught in the limbo between nations when they claim their citizenship as Blackfoot.

Citizenship

Teaches young learners the importance of being a good citizen by helping out neighbors and other areas of the community, obeying the laws, and learning about voting.

Citizenship

2020
Teaches young learners the importance of being a good citizen by helping out neighbors and other areas of the community, obeying the laws, and learning about voting. Includes audio, videos, activities, weblinks, slideshows, transparencies, maps, quizzes, and supplementary resources.

The digital citizenship handbook for school leaders

fostering positive interactions online
2019
"Digital citizenship curriculum needs to be taught at two levels at once--horizontal (the world immediately around students) and vertical (connecting to the rest of the world). This book provides education leaders a strategic road map that demonstrates how to incorporate these concepts into the curriculum . . . [It] provides a five-year-plan for developing a digital citizenship program in your school; covers such topics as digital ethics and leveled approaches to digital citizenship; walks through the digital citizenship responsibilities and opportunities inherent in various roles, including library media specialists, classroom educators and special ed teachers; and offers strategies for spreading digital citizenship internationally and explores the future of digital citizenship"--Provided by publisher.

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