Community Engagement & Citizenship Grade 11/12

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What is the main purpose of this self-learning module?

To learn about community engagement and solidarity

What does this module allow students to do?

Learn in the comfort and safety of their home

What is the role of citizens in community action?

To engage in community planning and design

What is the benefit of the activities included in this module?

To help students retain what they have learned

What is the purpose of the activities in this module?

To test students' understanding and help them retain what they have learned

What does this module serve as?

An avenue for students to share their knowledge, skills, and ideas

What is community action primarily about?

Putting communities at the heart of their own local services

What is the supreme and overarching value that characterizes community action?

Human dignity

What is the main objective of community action?

To empower communities in the design and delivery of local services

What is another term sometimes used to describe community action?

Social action

What is the primary benefit of involving communities in the design and delivery of services?

Achievement of a number of objectives

What is the primary role of communities in community action?

To participate in the delivery of local services

What is the core of civic action?

Values of community participation

What motivates individuals to participate in community actions?

Significant mores

What is the goal of community action initiatives?

To achieve social change

What is the purpose of the CLAIM-EVIDENCE-REASONING constructed response test item?

To evaluate learning competencies

What is the significance of participatory development in community action?

It ensures social equity and gender equality

What is the outcome of actions without purpose and integrity?

Lack of significance and integrity

What is the aspect of a person that allows them to seek knowledge that transforms society and the world?

Intellectual

What is the goal of a person being economic?

To help achieve a more human and sustainable development for the community

What is the aspect of a person that allows them to love and care for all humanity?

Moral

What is the fundamental goal of a person being political in terms of globalism?

Global solidarity and peace

What is the aspect of a person that allows them to connect with God and the whole Earth community?

Spiritual

What is the aspect of a person that allows them to help build peace and justice in society?

Social

What was the main issue that Pillay faced as a child in apartheid-South Africa?

Discrimination based on multiple factors

What is the result of discrimination against particular groups, according to Pillay?

Economic, political, and environmental inequalities

What is the outcome of the global development agenda based on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)?

Progress for some, but not for all

What is the risk of rising inequality, according to Pillay?

Rise of social unrest and anger

What is the goal of the new development agenda, according to Pillay?

To benefit all, without discrimination

What was the topic of the interactive dialogue?

The causes and consequences of rising inequalities

Explore the core values of community action, including human rights, social equity, gender equality, and participatory development. This self-learning module is designed for Grade 11/12 students, aligned with the Whole Brain Learning System Outcome-Based Education standards. Learn about the importance of community engagement, solidarity, and citizenship.

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