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Class introduction, Expectations, and Goals for Growth.

 

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Getting to know you:

Meet Mr. Whittaker!

 

Create a short info rap about you—likes, dislikes,

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Complete online Citizenship test.

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ACT Strategies for reading textbook and other source documents:

 

Outline and annotate Ch. 1, Section One (pgs. 4-10)

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Read Ch. 1, sections 2-3 and create annotations / outline (pgs. 11-21)

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QUIZ

Complete Chapter one review in text: 1-17

Due by the end of the class period.

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Discuss the key themes and ideas presented in Chapter one and create TABLEAUS in small groups.

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Chapter II : Foundations of Government intro.

 

ACT Reading skills practice: Primary Source Document: Deposition of Captain John Parker Concerning the Battle at Lexington, 04/25/1775;

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Read Chapter II

Small Groups will break chapter into 3 sections and create a Summarized report to the whole group + a TABLEAU of what their group thinks is the most important idea.

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QUIZ

Complete Chapter 2 Review questions 1-22 on page 50 by the end of the period.

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ACT Reading Skills:

OP-Ed article: The End of Privacy (NY Times)

 

Connect points of argument to the 4th Amendment for class discussion.

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Intro: Chapter 3

 Small groups Will present the main ideas of the section after completing the practice on pg. 85 in text.

Groups will supplement findings with Online RESEARCH.

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Read Chapter 3, section II individually and create outlines.

 

Watch presentation : John Marshall and Judicial Review

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Chapter 3, Section III

Break into small groups and create tableaus for assigned topics in section.

(do additional online research for supporting data)

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QUIZ

Complete Chapter 3 Review questions 1—19 on page 104 by the end of the period.