3. Guide Questions
At the end of the lesson;
Define community engagement,
solidarity and citizenship.
Determine the goals and benefits
of community engagement.
Understand the concepts of
Enumerate the different types of
What are community engagement,
solidarity and citizenship?
What are the goals and benefits of
What is solidarity?
How did you acquire your
4. - is working collaboratively with and
through groups of people affiliated by
geographic proximity, special interest or
similar situations to address issues
affecting their well – being.
- is unity (as of a group or class) which
produces or is based on unities of interests,
objectives, standards and sympathies.
is an integral element of Catholic social teaching; No
one can remain insensitive to the inequalities that
persist in the world…. (Pope Francis)
10. The types of
types of society.
A virtue ethics
framework because in
order to live a good life
one must perform actions
and behave in a way that
is in solidarity with the
biological and the
social was of
importance for the
11. - is a term denoting membership of a
citizen in a political society, which
membership implies, reciprocally, a
duty of allegiance on the part of the
member and duty of protection on
the part of the State.
12. – is a citizen of a country residing in or
passing through another country. He/She is a
popularly known as “foreigner” He/She is
not given the full rights to citizenship but is
entitled to received protection as to his/her
person or property.
– is a person having the title of citizenship.
He is the member of the democratic
community who enjoy full civil and political
rights and is accorded protection inside and
outside the territory of the State.
(In Monarchial State he/she is often called
13. by birth because of blood
relationship or place of birth
by naturalization, except in case of
collective naturalization of the inhabitants
of a territory which takes place when it is
ceded by one state to another as a result
of a conquest or treaty.
General ways of acquiring citizenship
14. JUS SANGUINIS
blood relationship is the basis for the acquisition
of citizenship under this rule. The children follow
the citizenship of the parents or one of them.
JUS SOLI or JUSLOCI
place birth serves as the basis for acquiring
citizenship. A person becomes a citizen of a state
where he/she is born irrespective of the parents’.
Dual Citizenship - refer to the possession of two
citizenship by an individual, that of
his/her original citizenship and that of
the country where he/she became a
Natural - born and Naturalized citizens
• Naturalization – the act of formally adopting a foreigner
into the political body of the state and
clothing him/her with the rights and
privileges of citizenship.
Citizens by birth
15. 1. Are you one of those in the lead role in your community to
do a cause? How did you do it?
(If not yet share a story of anyone you know in your
community and tell how he/she do it.)
2. If you have the chance to choose other citizenship, where
is it? And if you prefer to stay as a Filipino despite have
T H A N K Y O U F O R W A T C H I N G
DLP Activity / Exercise