Who has the POWER?
An evaluation tools when looking to solve a question or issue can be "WHO HAS THE POWER"? It's is a significant concept and aspect of critical thinking. Oftentimes young people are not intentionally taught to think about power until middle grades and high school.
This book is a highly recommended to frame the concept and different aspects of power. It explains the traditional aspects of power learned in social studies curriculum as it relates to government and historical figures., etc. This book also provides self-reflection questions, discussion topics, and examples to grapple with challenging topics as leaders do, to understand how young people can use their power to shape the future.
Included in the title are quotes from the greats change-makers that can be used as writing prompts. The back matter also has a glossary and suggested further reading.
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