An original lesson developed by participants at the Oregon Leadership Teacher Institute, this lesson focuses on demonstrating a respect for individual differences and acting with integrity.
A four-lesson unit from Learning to Give in which students will identify, describe, and evaluate characteristics of civic virtue (putting the common good above individual interests) in modern American society.
Visit Character Counts! for a long list of lessons that explore various aspects of citizenship. (You'll need to create an account first, but it's free to do so.)
Youth identify resources they have and those they currently use in their community, as well as community resources they may begin using in the future, in this lesson from Character Counts. (You'll need to create an account first, but it's free to do so.)
This lesson from the Media Awareness Network allows students in grades 7–8 to explore the concept of civic participation in the creation of Canadian laws through a study of the consultation process found in the Canada Gazette. Students will create their own School Gazette by proposing and discussing rules against cyberbullying at school.