By Margaret Collins
Citizenship schooling equips kids with the abilities essential to play an lively half in society and act as socially and morally liable voters. Margaret Collins has used her significant adventure to create one other wonderful age applicable sensible source for kids elderly 4-9 that widens the concept that of citizenship in order that it contains international concerns. The ebook explores six themes: - simple wishes - Environmental concerns - equity - Exploring a variety of cultures - Democracy - international matters. each one part has an introductory web page and concepts for assets, through actions at the sa. learn more... conceal; Contents; Acknowledgements; concerning the writer; Let's find out about worldwide citizenship; part 1 uncomplicated wishes; part 2 Environmental matters; part three equity; part four Exploring quite a few cultures; part five Democracy; part 6 worldwide concerns; Appendix; assets
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Each day is so busy and she often feels very tired and hungry. Her first job is to go and get the water for the family. There is no water pipe in the village, so she dresses quickly, picks up the metal bucket and walks down the steep, narrow path to the river. She shivers; her dress is not really warm enough for these cold mornings. She hopes her father will send more money soon so that her mother can buy them all some warmer clothes. She pushes the bucket under the surface of the cold, murky water, waits until it is full then slowly and carefully lifts it on to her head.
Discuss the problems of grown-ups who need protection. Perhaps they have no family, no home, no work and need help and protection. Ask children to find out about Social Services and how they can help people in need. There are other organisations who help people; in this country there is always some way of finding help and protection. Remind them that children in other countries are not so fortunate and often have to fend for themselves at a very early age. They are often exploited and have to work for very little money, just to survive.
Sipho makes the two little ones get washed and dressed and rolls up their grass sleeping mats. Her mother will leave them at their grandmother’s house on her way to her job picking potatoes at the big farm three km away. Their father works away in Cape Town. Sipho wants to go and visit him and see the factory where he makes metal souvenirs for the tourists. Father is so busy working that he can’t visit them often but sometimes he sends money for their food and clothes. Pumela offers to go to the Post Office after school to see if there is a brown envelope for them.