From Student to Citizen A Community-Based Vision for Demoncracy by Peter H. Hennessy

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Published by White Knight Publications .

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Number of Pages273
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Open LibraryOL11800831M
ISBN 100973670568
ISBN 109780973670561

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Tell the students that a good citizen is a person who respects others and their property, is helpful, considerate, and willing to put others first, respects the environment and does not damage it in anyway, and is well mannered and pleasant.

Add any other characteristics of a good citizen that applies directly to your classroom or community.

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