This course, aimed at middle school to early high school students, explores aspects of Moroccan identity and citizenship. Through a series of units focusing on identity, national symbols, values, constitutional rights and active citizenship, students participate in activities to promote civic awareness and responsibility.
The objective of this lecture was to discuss issues related to the concept of identity and how it is related to the field of civic engagement. Key points include the concept of identity, civic and minority ethnic nationalism, and building civic identity.
This curriculum consists of five main themes (units) about the essential components of Moroccan citizenship - identity, principles and symbols, values and attitudes, rights and responsibilities, and active citizenship. Each unit is divided into four lessons. The material is targeted to both common core classes and middle school trainees, with different activities and issues based on academic and age differences.
This curriculum provides teacher information to accompany the Course Book on Citizenship for Common Core Classes and Middle School Teacher Trainees. Targeted competences, objectives and background are provided for each lesson.
The objective of this curriculum is for students to define and explain the importance of individual and civic responsibilities. It includes pre-activity discussion, living and acting responsibly, and concluding questions.