This innovative curriculum book provides key materials, resources, and tools to help secondary educators prepare their students to be engaged citizens of their community, state, nation and world. Five complete units of instruction, based on West Virginia Content Standards and Objectives, provide meaningful lessons while being mindful of the transition from tangible text to more digital curricula:
Additional features of the curriculum include:
Published by the Center for Democracy and Citizenship Education.
Table of Contents
Civic Education Introduction
Unit A: Rights of the Individual
Unit B: Freedoms of the Individual
Unit C: Responsibilities of the Individual
Unit D: Beliefs Concerning Societal Conditions and Governmental Responsibilities
Unit E: Financial Literacy
Robert Waterson is an Assistant Professor at the College of Human Resources and Education at West Virginia University. His research areas include citizenship, human rights, history, democratic theory, and controversial public issues.