Unity, Citizenship, and Compassion

This item is included in the following series/curriculum: Human Nature  

  • Grade Level: Primary (1-3)-Upper Elementary (4-6)
  • Subjects: Communities and Families, Social Studies, Guidance
  • Produced By: Sabbatical Entertainment
  • Year: 2017
  • Country: United States
  • Language: English
  • Running Time: 25m
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In this episode we will learn the importance of unity, citizenship, and compassion.

The one in charge of teaching us about the value of unity will be Rafi the Rabbit, giving us to understand that belonging to something bigger like a family, a study group or a community, gives us a sense of unity, because in union there is strength. That is why it is important to be in contact with our family and friends both in good times and bad.

Then, from North America, Ecco the Eagle who will explain to us about citizenship, helping us understand that belonging to a community that is part of a city and at the same time of a country, gives us rights, but in the same way makes us have duties that force us to follow and respect certain rules to avoid chaos.

Finally, we close with Gina the Gorilla who brings us an example of compassion through the story of her friend Adzé, who showed interest in a girl who was going through a bad time. That's what compassion is all about, helping those who need it at a given time and that makes us better people.

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