You Have Rights! ebook
Guided Rd. Level L
Interest Level K-4
Remind students that they have rights! This Grade 1 nonfiction reader explores the right to an education and other rights that young people possess in the United States.
You Have Rights!
- Explains what rights are while encouraging students to stand up for themselves and each other
- Provides a short fiction piece related to the right to learn that will interest students
- Connects important topics such as civil rights and equality to students’ daily lives
- Includes relevant images, interactive discussion questions, and a “Civics in Action” activity that will motivate students to acknowledge their rights
It’s essential for students to learn how to stand up for their rights—but first, they have to learn what those rights are. This teacher-approved book will show students the rights they are given by other people and the law, including their very important right to learn. The reader also encourages students to connect with leaders and ask that their rights are protected. With meaningful text, bright pages, and other helpful features, this reader will guide first grade students toward becoming informed individuals as they recognize the rights young people have in America.
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