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Introduction
Q I.1: The paper argues that schools and pre-5 centres have key roles to play in educating young people for active and responsible citizenship. What is your view?
Section 1: What is citizenship and why is it important?
Q 1.1.1: A broad view of the meaning of citizenship is advocated. How far do you agree with this view?
Q 1.2.1: How far do you agree with the described ''key characteristics of effective, responsible citizenship''?
Section 2: What should education for citizenship seek to achieve?
Q 2.2.1: Education for citizenship should aim to develop capability for thoughtful and responsible participation in political, economic, social and cultural life. How far do you agree with this statement of the overall goal of education for citizenship?
Section 3: Effective education for citizenship in practice
Q 3.1.1: What are your views about the idea that education for citizenship is an entitlement for every young person?
Q 3.2.1: What are your views on the description of four means by which education for citizenship can take place?
Q 3.2.2: What are the implications of an inclusive, participative ethos for teaching and learning and for educational establishments?
Q 3.3.1: This section sets out essential features of learning related to citizenship and proposes a set of key learning experiences that should be part of each young person's entitlement. How far do you agree that these features and experiences are essential to education for citizenship?
Annex A: Areas of knowledge relevant to citizenship
Q A.1: Do you agree that these are the key areas of knowledge relevant to citizenship?
 
       

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