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Citizen Behavior

Sort the citizen behaviors into the categories below.

Citizenship Unit Test
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Social Injustice

How are the “Bend the Knee” movement and the Bus Boycott related?

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Social Injustice

When things are not fair for everyone.

Tiny or Huge Problem?

Read each problem. Then decide if it is a tiny problem (flexible brain) or a huge problem (Danger! Follow adult directions!).

Irregular past tense SAT

Sometimes when we talk about things in the past, we add an ED at the end of the word. Other words we have to memorize. Fill in the blank with the past tense word SAT.

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Talk to Text

Remember to sit up straight, swallow, and say each word slowly. Speak loudly using every sound in every word.

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What Do You Say When?

Thinking about saying what you mean and meaning what you say are two different responses. Complete the following with appropriate tones and words.

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Let’s Use Siri

Remember to sit up straight, swallow, and say each word loudly and slowly. Say every sound in every word.

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Accepting Help

Our focus is to understand why a teacher may ask you for help, and when we get asked if we need help how do we respond to those situations. EVERYBODY needs help during their day!

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Problem Solving

Students make mistakes and must learn to handle problems.

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When we have a conversation it is important to comment and ask questions about what someone is saying. What could you comment on or ask about in the situations below?

Turning Finish

Unable to get the good surface finish while turning

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Tiny or Huge Problem?

Read each problem. Decide if the problem is a tiny problem (flexible brain) or a huge problem (follow an adult’s directions!).

Big Deal vs. Little Deal

Working with students on understanding the difference between big and little deals

Listening With Our Entire Bodies

We can listen with many parts of our body, not just our ears.

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Problem Solving and Feelings

Read each problem and match it to how it makes you feel. Then think about what you could do to solve the problem.

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