Estos recursos, en español, introducen a los estudiantes a la labor de UNICEF.
This activity sheet for high school students, in Spanish, allows students to explore how they are members of a global community.
This brief activity sheet allows students to explore the issue of child trafficking.
This PowerPoint presentation (with design elements from iCivics.org) conveys the importance and modern context of global citizenship through a conversation between two students. It may be used with the grades 9-12 Global Citizenship unit or on its own.
This PowerPoint presentation (with design elements from iCivics.org) leads students through a diagramming activity of the sources, rights, and responsibilities associated with their city, state, national, and global citizenship. It may be used with the grades 9-12 Global Citizenship unit or on its own.
Use this brief activity sheet with your high school students to introduce the concept of global citizenship.
The high school unit aims to introduce the concept of global citizenship and place it in the context of international law while engaging students in a guided inquiry into the meaning of global citizenship and its relationship to national citizenship. Students will learn about how the United Nations has framed global rights and responsibilities and will investigate how act locally in support of global issues.
This UNICEF report offers evidence that real progress is being made in the fight against stunted growth – the hidden face of poverty for 165 million children under the age of five. The report shows that accelerated progress is both possible and necessary.