What life barriers or issues are you able to identify about yourself after completing the exercise

Complete the “Test your Life Chances” exercise (found at the end of Chapter 4 of your textbook) and answer the following questions on a separate Word document:

  1. What life barriers or issues are you able to identify about yourself after completing the exercise?3.    Were there any statements you found more difficult or easier to answer? Explain.4.    Were there any life challenges or obstacles that you have faced missing in the exercise? If so, explain.5.    Were there any life privileges you have experienced missing in the exercise? If so, explain.6.    Did you ever answer untruthfully on any of the statements? If you are comfortable sharing, explain which one(s)? Why did you not answer truthfully?7.    How do life’s barriers and opportunities influence people’s lives? What connections do you see among upward mobility and life chances regarding disability, racial-ethnic identity, gender identity, language, sexuality, and social class?
  2. What life advantages or opportunities are you able to distinguish about yourself after completing the exercise?

Using the template provided complete a one-day civic lesson plan that emphasizes student-centered teaching/learning that has all sections of the lesson plan rubric. The topic selected must be very specific to topics listed below:

Civics – political institutions, civic participation, function of government, civic participation, roles & responsibilities of citizens, rules, laws or statehood

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