MODULE 5 - Active Citizenship
General overview, aims and proposed activities
Activity 1: Reading content on the concept of citizenship presented in the powerpoint The Concept of Citizenship, Democracy, and Active Citizenship. There is also an audio guide in the slides within (work: 5 hours).
Activity 2: Reading of the contents present in the powerpoint Educational Path where the methodology of the "Debate" is illustrated, which should be understood and reworked in the perspective of defining a project to be applied in one's own class or classes (work: 6 hours).
Activity 3: Each teacher should identify a theme, a topic to be debated in the classroom. Examples: A) Can smartphones be brought to school? B) Do you feel that bilingualism or trilingualism is an enrichment or an impediment to fitting in in the host country? etc. (work: 3 hours).
Activity 4: The topic chosen by the teacher must be developed according to the Debate methodology. It is necessary to record and/or film the debate that the students will carry out on the chosen topic in order to be able to reflect on it (work: 16 hours).
Make students understand that rules are not the result of an imposition;
Make students aware that rules are decided together and shared;
Make students understand that rules are not the result of an imposition; Make them aware that rules are decided together and shared; Make them respect the rules decided together because they are part of a community;
Make students reflect on belonging to the class community;
Raise awareness that rules can be changed, organizing new debates (how, when)