4CitizenshipCitizenship is given to you at birth and comes with responsibilities and rights.citizenshipThe way one handles one’s responsibilities as a citizen.
5CitizenshipBeing a volunteer is one way to fulfill your responsibilities as a citizen.Volunteering allows you to:practice your current skills and learn new ones.explore careers.meet people.increase your self-esteem.volunteerTo give one’s time and energy without pay to help others.
6Responsibilities and Rewards of Citizenship Being responsible to your community can help you feel connected to your community.Find ways to help family members, neighbors, teachers, and friends.Show good manners at home, at school, at work, and in your community.
7Responsibilities and Rewards of Citizenship Treat others like you want to be treated.Make new students feel welcome.Take care of shared property, such as library books, parks, buildings, and streets.What are some ways that you can help make new students feel welcome in your school?
8Section 5.2 Leadership Skills Leaders demonstrate leadership skills and motivate team members to work together to achieve goals.
10LeadershipLeaders use good communication skills and know how to work with people.leaderA person with the ability to guide and motivate others.
11Leadership Good leaders: motivate others. encourage others. share responsibilities.have a positive attitude.make sound decisions.motivateTo make someone feel enthusiastic, interested, and committed to a project or task.What are some ways that you can motivate or encourage your classmates?
12Leadership Skills and Styles Leaders need:communication skills.problem-solving skills.decision-making skills.people skills.
13Leadership Skills and Styles Autocratic leaders take control and run the show alone.Democratic leaders make decisions with the group.autocratic leaderLeader who takes complete control of projects, activities, and decisions.democratic leaderA leader who involves everyone in the decision-making process.
14TeamworkThe most effective teams have the right combination of leaders and team members.Leaders need dependable followers.14
15TeamworkTeamwork involves keeping an open mind, letting others make some decisions, and being positive and considerate.To be a strong team member, do your part to help the team succeed and do your share of the work.teamworkWhen a group works together to reach a goal.15
16Chapter Summary Section 5.1 Good Citizenship A citizen is a member of a community and is entitled to certain rights.Citizens have responsibilities to their community.Citizens feel pride when they help and support others in their community, which can lead to a strong connection to the community.Citizens care about what happens to family, neighbors, and their community.16
17Chapter Summary Section 5.2 Leadership Skills Leadership is the direction that helps a group to accomplish its goals.Every group needs a leader.Good leaders motivate and encourage others, share responsibilities and rewards, have a positive attitude, and make smart decisions.Leaders have different leadership styles, and a successful group needs all of its members to work together.17
18ReviewDo you remember the vocabulary terms from this chapter? Use the following slides to check your knowledge of the definitions.The slides in this section include both English and Spanish terms and definitions.Start
19A member of a community such as a city, state, or country. citizenciudadanoA member of a community such as a city, state, or country.Miembro de una comunidad como una ciudad, estado o país.Show Definition
20The way one handles one’s responsibilities as a citizen. citizenshipciudadaníaThe way one handles one’s responsibilities as a citizen.La forma en que uno se ocupa de sus responsabilidades como ciudadano.Show Definition
21prestar servicio como voluntario volunteerprestar servicio como voluntarioTo give one’s time and energy without pay to help others.Dar tiempo y energía para ayudar a otros sin remuneración.Show Definition
22The direction or guidance that helps a group accomplish its goals. leadershipliderazgoThe direction or guidance that helps a group accomplish its goals.La dirección u orientación que ayuda a un grupo a lograr sus objetivos.Show Definition
23A person with the ability to guide and motivate others. leaderlíderA person with the ability to guide and motivate others.Persona con la capacidad para guiar y motivar a otros.Show Definition
24motivatemotivarTo make someone feel enthusiastic, interested, and committed to a project or task.Hacer que alguien se sienta entusiasmado, interesado y dedicado a un proyecto o tarea.Show Definition
25Líder que controla totalmente los proyectos, actividades y decisiones. autocratic leaderlíder autocráticoLeader who takes complete control of projects, activities, and decisions.Líder que controla totalmente los proyectos, actividades y decisiones.Show Definition
26A leader who involves everyone in the decision-making process. democratic leaderlíder democráticoA leader who involves everyone in the decision-making process.Líder que incluye a todos en el proceso de toma de decisiones.Show Definition
27When a group works together to reach a goal. teamworktrabajo en equipoWhen a group works together to reach a goal.Cuando un grupo trabaja en conjunto para alcanzar una meta.Show Definition
28Having a right or claim to something; allowed to expect. entitledtener derechoHaving a right or claim to something; allowed to expect.Poder reclamar algo; que tiene derecho a una expectativa.Show Definition
29To survive and improve; to prosper; to flourish. thriveprosperarTo survive and improve; to prosper; to flourish.Sobrevivir y mejorar; progresar; florecer.Show Definition
30To select by vote for an office, position, or membership; to choose. elegirTo select by vote for an office, position, or membership; to choose.Seleccionar mediante votación un cargo, posición o afiliación; escoger.Show Definition
31To assign responsibility or authority; to hand over. delegatedelegarTo assign responsibility or authority; to hand over.Asignar la responsabilidad o la autoridad; entregar el mando.Show Definition
32Citizenship and Leadership End ofChapter 5Citizenship and Leadership