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Freshman Technology

 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT- FEBRUARY, 2024

ESSENTIAL FILES: INTERACTIVE CONSTITUTION, SIMPLE ENGLISH CONSTITUTION.

DATE Information/Activities/Projects and Assignments

MON

2/26

BELLRINGER: First, we review what we know about your rights to privacy and freedom from search and seizure, then we discuss THE FOURTH AMENDMENT and EXCEPTIONS.

   

FOR TODAY: THIRD AND FOURTH AMENDMENT LEARNING MATERIALS: We will be reviewing THE FOURTH AMENDMENT and EXCEPTIONS!

WHEN WE HAVE COMPLETED THESE VIDEOS: Reflect upon the Mapp v. Ohio case by answering the questions in The "MAPP V. OHIO" Thinking Sheet. This is a little more involved than the typical Bellringer and I would like evidence of thought and effort on these answers. This is taking place of a WRITING for this week, so give me something I can feel good about grading!

OUR PAPER, DUE at the end of class today, FEBRUARY 26TH, 2024:

SECOND AMENDMENT POSITION PAPER: For this assignment, you will be completing a 5 paragraph paper in which you research a GUN CONTROL/2ND AMENDMENT ISSUE (Please do not use WIKIPEDIA as a source!) You will be locating TWO online articles from published sources that describe BOTH SIDES of the issue (one article for each side). You will summarize each article and position, then write a paragraph in which YOU EXPLAIN your side in the issue. PLEASE NOTE, THIS SHOULD LOOK LIKE A PAPER, WITH COMPLETE PARAGRAPHS, INTRODUCTIONS, CONCLUSIONS, ETC. THIS IS NOT A BULLET POINT LIST OR SHORT ANSWER QUESTION.

  • FIRST PARAGRAPH- Discusses what your issues is and how it relates to the SECOND AMENDMENT.
  • SECOND PARAGRAPH- Review the PRO GUN CONTROL article and the points be made regarding the PRO GUN CONTROL side of the issue.
  • THIRD PARAGRAPH- Review the GUN RIGHTS article and the points be made regarding the GUN RIGHTS side of the issue.
  • FOURTH PARAGRAPH: EXPLAIN your side of this issue, using examples and reasoning to explain why you believe what you believe.
  • FIFTH PARAGRAPH- Summary/Conclusion. Wrap up by reviewing your opinion and your supports for your opinion.
  • SOURCES: YOU MUST include a sources page to your work that includes proper citation of your two articles. The proper format for this is: AUTHOR, DATE. "TITLE OF ARTICLE," RETRIEVED FROM "WEBSITE.COM."

SOME POSSIBLE TOPICS FOR YOU TO EXPLORE, IF YOU NEED IDEAS:

  • Red Flag Laws- are they unconstitutional?
  • Should there be limits on the types of Firearms citizens can own?
  • Should concealed carry be allowed on college campuses?
  • Should people with Mental Health issues be allowed to own guns?
  • Should people on the Government's "No Fly List" be allowed to own guns?
  • Does gun ownership lead to lower crime rates?
  • How should the 2nd Amendment be interpreted? As originally written or as an evolving document?
  • Do Background Checks prevent crime?
  • Comparison of gun control measures in other countries to that of the United States.
  • Should gun owners be forced to carry liability insurance, in case their gun harms another?
  • Would having armed teachers help put an end to school shootings?
  • Are the rights of the 2nd Amendment "Individual Rights" or "Collective Rights

 

 

 

 

FRI

2/23

BELLRINGER: At the beginning of class, we go back in time a week or so to consider an Establishment Clause case. Please review the article and answer the questions regarding the ALABAMA EMBRYOS THINKING SHEET.

   

WORK DAY: OUR PAPER, DUE MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26TH, 2024:

SECOND AMENDMENT POSITION PAPER: For this assignment, you will be completing a 5 paragraph paper in which you research a GUN CONTROL/2ND AMENDMENT ISSUE (Please do not use WIKIPEDIA as a source!) You will be locating TWO online articles from published sources that describe BOTH SIDES of the issue (one article for each side). You will summarize each article and position, then write a paragraph in which YOU EXPLAIN your side in the issue. PLEASE NOTE, THIS SHOULD LOOK LIKE A PAPER, WITH COMPLETE PARAGRAPHS, INTRODUCTIONS, CONCLUSIONS, ETC. THIS IS NOT A BULLET POINT LIST OR SHORT ANSWER QUESTION.

  • FIRST PARAGRAPH- Discusses what your issues is and how it relates to the SECOND AMENDMENT.
  • SECOND PARAGRAPH- Review the PRO GUN CONTROL article and the points be made regarding the PRO GUN CONTROL side of the issue.
  • THIRD PARAGRAPH- Review the GUN RIGHTS article and the points be made regarding the GUN RIGHTS side of the issue.
  • FOURTH PARAGRAPH: EXPLAIN your side of this issue, using examples and reasoning to explain why you believe what you believe.
  • FIFTH PARAGRAPH- Summary/Conclusion. Wrap up by reviewing your opinion and your supports for your opinion.
  • SOURCES: YOU MUST include a sources page to your work that includes proper citation of your two articles. The proper format for this is: AUTHOR, DATE. "TITLE OF ARTICLE," RETRIEVED FROM "WEBSITE.COM."

SOME POSSIBLE TOPICS FOR YOU TO EXPLORE, IF YOU NEED IDEAS:

  • Red Flag Laws- are they unconstitutional?
  • Should there be limits on the types of Firearms citizens can own?
  • Should concealed carry be allowed on college campuses?
  • Should people with Mental Health issues be allowed to own guns?
  • Should people on the Government's "No Fly List" be allowed to own guns?
  • Does gun ownership lead to lower crime rates?
  • How should the 2nd Amendment be interpreted? As originally written or as an evolving document?
  • Do Background Checks prevent crime?
  • Comparison of gun control measures in other countries to that of the United States.
  • Should gun owners be forced to carry liability insurance, in case their gun harms another?
  • Would having armed teachers help put an end to school shootings?
  • Are the rights of the 2nd Amendment "Individual Rights" or "Collective Rights?

COMING SOON: THIRD AND FOURTH AMENDMENT LEARNING MATERIALS: We will be reviewing THE FOURTH AMENDMENT and EXCEPTIONS!

 

WED

2/21

BELLRINGER: None at the start of class, please gather to review information regarding THE RIGHT TO CARRY.

ALSO: Seven students did not complete the Establishment Clause Case Studies at all. I will accept these up until MIDNIGHT TONIGHT.

   

FOR TODAY:

THE CONTROVERSY REGARDING RIGHT TO CARRY: We review review the following videos regarding the Right to Carry in the United States.

    1. "If I only had a gun, Part 1," from ABC 20/20 Newsmagazine.
    2. "The Truth about Right to Carry," from the National Rifle Association.
    3. "Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America." from MSNBC.
    4. "Extreme Open Carry in Texas" from ABC News.
    5. Law student confronts an officer regarding open carry. Youtube.com video.

WHEN WE HAVE COMPLETED THESE VIDEOS: Reflect upon the topic by answering the questions in The "Right to Carry" Thinking Sheet. These will be graded assignments!


OUR PAPER, DUE MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26TH, 2024:

SECOND AMENDMENT POSITION PAPER: For this assignment, you will be completing a 5 paragraph paper in which you research a GUN CONTROL/2ND AMENDMENT ISSUE (Please do not use WIKIPEDIA as a source!) You will be locating TWO online articles from published sources that describe BOTH SIDES of the issue (one article for each side). You will summarize each article and position, then write a paragraph in which YOU EXPLAIN your side in the issue.

  • FIRST PARAGRAPH- Discusses what your issues is and how it relates to the SECOND AMENDMENT.
  • SECOND PARAGRAPH- Review the PRO GUN CONTROL article and the points be made regarding the PRO GUN CONTROL side of the issue.
  • THIRD PARAGRAPH- Review the GUN RIGHTS article and the points be made regarding the GUN RIGHTS side of the issue.
  • FOURTH PARAGRAPH: EXPLAIN your side of this issue, using examples and reasoning to explain why you believe what you believe.
  • FIFTH PARAGRAPH- Summary/Conclusion. Wrap up by reviewing your opinion and your supports for your opinion.
  • SOURCES: YOU MUST include a sources page to your work that includes proper citation of your two articles. The proper format for this is: AUTHOR, DATE. "TITLE OF ARTICLE," RETRIEVED FROM "WEBSITE.COM."

SOME POSSIBLE TOPICS FOR YOU TO EXPLORE, IF YOU NEED IDEAS:

  • Red Flag Laws- are they unconstitutional?
  • Should there be limits on the types of Firearms citizens can own?
  • Should concealed carry be allowed on college campuses?
  • Should people with Mental Health issues be allowed to own guns?
  • Should people on the Government's "No Fly List" be allowed to own guns?
  • Does gun ownership lead to lower crime rates?
  • How should the 2nd Amendment be interpreted? As originally written or as an evolving document?
  • Do Background Checks prevent crime?
  • Comparison of gun control measures in other countries to that of the United States.
  • Should gun owners be forced to carry liability insurance, in case their gun harms another?
  • Would having armed teachers help put an end to school shootings?
  • Are the rights of the 2nd Amendment "Individual Rights" or "Collective Rights?"

 

FRI

2/16

BELLRINGER: Just as a warmup, please complete the "2ND AMENDMENT POLITICAL CARTOON THINKING SHEET."

   

FOR TODAY: We complete the The Second Amendment- A History, including videos from both sides.

IF WE HAVE TIME- THE CONTROVERSY REGARDING KIDS AND GUNS: We review some videos regarding Kids and guns from both sides of the issue: From 20/20 "Young Guns 2- When Kids Find Guns" and "Young Guns 4- Teaching Kids to Shoot" and from Barcroft TV: "Kids with Guns- A family defends their rights to bear arms."

WHEN WE HAVE COMPLETED THESE VIDEOS: Reflect upon the topic by replying to the "Children and Guns" THINKING SHEET. We will discuss this issue in class afterwards. These will be graded assignments!

THE CONTROVERSY REGARDING RIGHT TO CARRY: We review review the following videos regarding the Right to Carry in the United States.

    1. "If I only had a gun, Part 1," from ABC 20/20 Newsmagazine.
    2. "The Truth about Right to Carry," from the National Rifle Association.
    3. "Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America." from MSNBC.
    4. "Extreme Open Carry in Texas" from ABC News.
    5. Law student confronts an officer regarding open carry. Youtube.com video.

WHEN WE HAVE COMPLETED THESE VIDEOS: Reflect upon the topic by answering the questions in The "Right to Carry" Thinking Sheet. These will be graded assignments!


OUR PAPER, DUE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23RD, 2024:

SECOND AMENDMENT POSITION PAPER: For this assignment, you will be completing a 5 paragraph paper in which you research a GUN CONTROL/2ND AMENDMENT ISSUE (Please do not use WIKIPEDIA as a source!) You will be locating TWO online articles from published sources that describe BOTH SIDES of the issue (one article for each side). You will summarize each article and position, then write a paragraph in which YOU EXPLAIN your side in the issue.

  • FIRST PARAGRAPH- Discusses what your issues is and how it relates to the SECOND AMENDMENT.
  • SECOND PARAGRAPH- Review the PRO GUN CONTROL article and the points be made regarding the PRO GUN CONTROL side of the issue.
  • THIRD PARAGRAPH- Review the GUN RIGHTS article and the points be made regarding the GUN RIGHTS side of the issue.
  • FOURTH PARAGRAPH: EXPLAIN your side of this issue, using examples and reasoning to explain why you believe what you believe.
  • FIFTH PARAGRAPH- Summary/Conclusion. Wrap up by reviewing your opinion and your supports for your opinion.
  • SOURCES: YOU MUST include a sources page to your work that includes proper citation of your two articles. The proper format for this is: AUTHOR, DATE. "TITLE OF ARTICLE," RETRIEVED FROM "WEBSITE.COM."

SOME POSSIBLE TOPICS FOR YOU TO EXPLORE, IF YOU NEED IDEAS:

  • Red Flag Laws- are they unconstitutional?
  • Should there be limits on the types of Firearms citizens can own?
  • Should concealed carry be allowed on college campuses?
  • Should people with Mental Health issues be allowed to own guns?
  • Should people on the Government's "No Fly List" be allowed to own guns?
  • Does gun ownership lead to lower crime rates?
  • How should the 2nd Amendment be interpreted? As originally written or as an evolving document?
  • Do Background Checks prevent crime?
  • Comparison of gun control measures in other countries to that of the United States.
  • Should gun owners be forced to carry liability insurance, in case their gun harms another?
  • Would having armed teachers help put an end to school shootings?
  • Are the rights of the 2nd Amendment "Individual Rights" or "Collective Rights?"

 

WED

2/14

BELLRINGER: As a sort of an introduction to our coming unit, we complete a short questionnaire about "Guns in America." The only wrong answers are ones in which you are being unsincere.

   

FOR TODAY: The Second Amendment- A History, including videos from both sides.

OUR PAPER, DUE WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21ST, 2024:

SECOND AMENDMENT POSITION PAPER: For this assignment, you will be completing a 5 paragraph paper in which you research a GUN CONTROL/2ND AMENDMENT ISSUE (Please do not use WIKIPEDIA as a source!) You will be locating TWO online articles from published sources that describe BOTH SIDES of the issue (one article for each side). You will summarize each article and position, then write a paragraph in which YOU EXPLAIN your side in the issue.

  • FIRST PARAGRAPH- Discusses what your issues is and how it relates to the SECOND AMENDMENT.
  • SECOND PARAGRAPH- Review the PRO GUN CONTROL article and the points be made regarding the PRO GUN CONTROL side of the issue.
  • THIRD PARAGRAPH- Review the GUN RIGHTS article and the points be made regarding the GUN RIGHTS side of the issue.
  • FOURTH PARAGRAPH: EXPLAIN your side of this issue, using examples and reasoning to explain why you believe what you believe.
  • FIFTH PARAGRAPH- Summary/Conclusion. Wrap up by reviewing your opinion and your supports for your opinion.
  • SOURCES: YOU MUST include a sources page to your work that includes proper citation of your two articles. The proper format for this is: AUTHOR, DATE. TITLE OF ARTICLE, RETRIEVED FROM "WEBSITE.COM."

SOME POSSIBLE TOPICS FOR YOU TO EXPLORE, IF YOU NEED IDEAS:

  • Red Flag Laws- are they unconstitutional?
  • Should there be limits on the types of Firearms citizens can own?
  • Should carrying be allowed on college campuses?
  • Should people with Mental Health issues be allowed to own guns?
  • Should people on the Government's "No Fly List" be allowed to own guns?
  • Does gun ownership lead to lower crime rates?
  • How should the 2nd Amendment be interpreted? As originally written or as an evolving document?
  • Do Background Checks prevent crime?
  • Comparison of gun control measures in other countries to that of the United States.

 

 

MON

2/12

BELLRINGER: We discuss President Trump and his battle against the state of Colorado.

Then, by special request- a work day for the ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE CASE STUDIES.

   

FOR TODAY: ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE CASE STUDIES: If your BIRTH MONTH is ODD, please complete all of the questions for case studies number 1, 3, 5, 7. If your BIRTH MONTH IS EVEN, please complete all of the questions for case studies number 2, 4, 6, and 8. Please give thorough answers that demonstrate critical thinking and an understanding of the subject. These completed case studies will be due at the end of class on TUESDAY.

FOR TODAY: The Second Amendment- A History, including videos from either side.

OUR PAPER, DUE WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21ST, 2024:

SECOND AMENDMENT POSITION PAPER: For this assignment, you will be completing a 5 paragraph paper in which you research a GUN CONTROL/2ND AMENDMENT ISSUE (Please do not use WIKIPEDIA as a source!) You will be locating TWO online articles from published sources that describe BOTH SIDES of the issue (one article for each side). You will summarize each article and position, then write a paragraph in which YOU EXPLAIN your side in the issue.

  • FIRST PARAGRAPH- Discusses what your issues is and how it relates to the SECOND AMENDMENT.
  • SECOND PARAGRAPH- Review the PRO GUN CONTROL article and the points be made regarding the PRO GUN CONTROL side of the issue.
  • THIRD PARAGRAPH- Review the GUN RIGHTS article and the points be made regarding the GUN RIGHTS side of the issue.
  • FOURTH PARAGRAPH: EXPLAIN your side of this issue, using examples and reasoning to explain why you believe what you believe.
  • FIFTH PARAGRAPH- Summary/Conclusion. Wrap up by reviewing your opinion and your supports for your opinion.
  • SOURCES: YOU MUST include a sources page to your work that includes proper citation of your two articles. The proper format for this is: AUTHOR, DATE. TITLE OF ARTICLE, RETRIEVED FROM "WEBSITE.COM."

SOME POSSIBLE TOPICS FOR YOU TO EXPLORE, IF YOU NEED IDEAS:

  • Red Flag Laws- are they unconstitutional?
  • Should there be limits on the types of Firearms citizens can own?
  • Should carrying be allowed on college campuses?
  • Should people with Mental Health issues be allowed to own guns?
  • Should people on the Government's "No Fly List" be allowed to own guns?
  • Does gun ownership lead to lower crime rates?
  • How should the 2nd Amendment be interpreted? As originally written or as an evolving document?
  • Do Background Checks prevent crime?
  • Comparison of gun control measures in other countries to that of the United States.

 

FRI

2/9

BELLRINGER: Get your Chromebooks and meet Mr. B. in his circle for the ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE GROUP CASE STUDY: As a class group, we will be completing analysis of the CHURCH OF THE FLYING SPAGHETTI MONSTER Warm-up Case Study .

   

FOR TODAY: ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE GROUP CASE STUDY: As a class group, we will be completing analysis of the CHURCH OF THE FLYING SPAGHETTI MONSTER Warm-up Case Study . Please answer the question connected to this case study and submit them before the end of class, this will be a GRADED assignment.

ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE CASE STUDIES: If your BIRTH MONTH is ODD, please complete all of the questions for case studies number 1, 3, 5, 7. If your BIRTH MONTH IS EVEN, please complete all of the questions for case studies number 2, 4, 6, and 8. Please give thorough answers that demonstrate critical thinking and an understanding of the subject. These completed case studies will be due at the end of class on TUESDAY.

 

 

 

 

WED

2/7

BELLRINGER: None for today. Do you need time to complete your FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION CASE STUDIES or can we talk about THE FIRST AMENDMENT- FREEDOM OF RELIGION?

   

WORK DAY:We work on the FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION CASE STUDIES. You can do these in groups, but I will not assign them this time. These are due next Wednesday!

UPCOMING: THE FIRST AMENDMENT- FREEDOM OF RELIGION.

 

 

 

MON

2/5

BELLRINGER: We spent some time reviewing a rights issue. It doesn't have anything to do with the First Amendment, but it is pertinent to the world today. First, we read the article from the Washington Post (a centrist to left-leaning newspaper known for its investigative reporting): "Attacks in the metaverse are booming. Police are starting to pay attention." I am hoping for an adult discussion, without the need for a written bellringer.

   

WORK DAY: If we have any time, we work on the FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION CASE STUDIES. You can do these in groups, but I will not assign them this time. These are due next Wednesday!

UPCOMING: THE FIRST AMENDMENT- FREEDOM OF RELIGION.

 

 

 

 

FRI

2/2

BELLRINGER: What about "Freedom of Association?" Please complete the "LOVING v. VIRGINIA THINKING SHEET."

SOOOO... We had LOTS of people not turn in the The Freedom of Speech Case Studies. This was worth 50 points. Perhaps you forgot to hit the SUBMIT button? Special offer, this class only: SUBMIT YOUR COMPLETED CASE STUDY TODAY FOR GRADING.

   

WORK DAY: If you did not submit The Freedom of Speech Case Studies, you need to get them to me today. These will be worth 50 points.

We also consider the FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION CASE STUDIES. You can do these in groups, but I will not assign them this time. These are due next Wednesday!

UPCOMING: THE FIRST AMENDMENT- FREEDOM OF RELIGION.

 

 

 

 

TUE

1/31

BELLRINGER: Can a school district ban bracelets? Complete the "I ♥ BOOBIES BRACELET BAN THINKING SHEET."

 

   

WORK DAY: We complete our work on our first set of Case Studies, The Freedom of Speech Case Studies. This will be worth 50 points.

For the other 3 questions, you will be working in groups of 3, as assigned below. Please review the material for each question and discuss with your team mates, then answer each question in your own way. Identical answers from group members will be given proportional credit. We will be discussing these as a class the second half of class next Wednesday.

(The team that first gives me a note that properly explains the connection between all of these team names receives a bonus of 5 extra credit points towards their score on this project.)

Team Members
Team Whirpool Dylan, Hailey, Riley
Team Antennae Xochilt, Juan, Kaylee
Team Sombrero Jacob, Erika, Rissa
Team Messier CJ, Dante, Laine
Team M31 Chloe, Araya, Olivia

This is linked from Google Classroom to make it easier for me to grade. If you do not have access to my Google Classroom, the class code is 4x46p5c

UPCOMING: THE FIRST AMENDMENT- FREEDOM OF ASSEMBLY, PETITION AND ASSOCIATION and THE FIRST AMENDMENT- FREEDOM OF RELIGION.

 

 

 

 

MON

1/29

BELLRINGER: We discuss a news story from South Carolina. Then, we answer a single question in the "Burning Cross" Thinking Sheet.

NOTE: Any students that did not take the quiz on Friday, please make arrangements to come in to take the quiz in the next THREE days (I will not be here tomorrow.)

 

   

WORK DAY: We continue work on our first set of Case Studies, The Freedom of Speech Case Studies. This will be worth 50 points. We will go over the first case together as a class, hopefully with full class participation. Answer the questions as we go.

For the other 3 questions, you will be working in groups of 3, as assigned below. Please review the material for each question and discuss with your team mates, then answer each question in your own way. Identical answers from group members will be given proportional credit. We will be discussing these as a class the second half of class next Wednesday.

(The team that first gives me a note that properly explains the connection between all of these team names receives a bonus of 5 extra credit points towards their score on this project.)

Team Members
Team Whirpool Dylan, Hailey, Riley
Team Antennae Xochilt, Juan, Kaylee
Team Sombrero Jacob, Erika, Rissa
Team Messier CJ, Dante, Laine
Team M31 Chloe, Araya, Olivia

This is linked from Google Classroom to make it easier for me to grade. If you do not have access to my Google Classroom, the class code is 4x46p5c

 

 

 

 

FRI

1/26

BELLRINGER: At the start of class today, we will be completing the RIGHTS OF THE STUDENT QUIZ. This is worth 50 points, please give a strong answer to question #10.

 

   

WORK DAY: We begin work on our first set of Case Studies, The Freedom of Speech Case Studies. This will be worth 50 points. We will go over the first case together as a class, hopefully with full class participation. Answer the questions as we go.

For the other 3 questions, you will be working in groups of 3, as assigned below. Please review the material for each question and discuss with your team mates, then answer each question in your own way. Identical answers from group members will be given proportional credit. We will be discussing these as a class the second half of class next Wednesday.

(The team that first gives me a note that properly explains the connection between all of these team names receives a bonus of 5 extra credit points towards their score on this project.)

Team Members
Team Whirpool Dylan, Chloe, Riley
Team Antennae Xochilt, Juan, Kaylee
Team Sombrero Jacob, Erika, Rissa
Team Messier CJ, Dante, Laine
Team M31 Hailey, Araya, Olivia

This is linked from Google Classroom to make it easier for me to grade. If you do not have access to my Google Classroom, the class code is 4x46p5c

 

 

 

 

WED

1/24

BELLRINGER: No Bellringers for today, we need to complete our "Rights of the Student Discussion Project."

 

   

PRESENTATION DAY: We finish our discussions regarding "The Rights of the Student Discussion Project."

UPCOMING: Our first real case study assignment/project: The Freedom of Speech Case Studies. Please open it and answer the questions. You may work in small groups of 2, but each person must answer with their own UNIQUE answers. Identical answers will be given proportional credit. Due next Wednesday

This is linked from Google Classroom to make it easier for me to grade. If you do not have access to my Google Classroom, the class code is 4x46p5c

 

 

 

 

MON

1/22

BELLRINGER: No Bellringers for today, we need to cover our "Rights of the Student Discussion Project."

 

   

PRESENTATION DAY: We begin our discussions regarding "The Rights of the Student Discussion Project."

 

 

 

 

WED

1/19

BELLRINGER: We consider "Freedom of Expression" by examining the case of "Confederate Flags at School" and completing the "Freedom of Expression- 'Confederate Flags at School' Thinking Sheet.

PRESENTATION DAY: We begin our discussions regarding "The Rights of the Student Discussion Project."

 

 

 

 

WED

1/17

BELLRINGER: Mr. B. needs to discuss an issue. We review and talk about "The Mississippi Jail Thinking Sheet."

We also discuss the recent Iowa Caucus and the upcoming New Hampshire Primary and their role in deciding Presidential candidates.

 

 

 

 

FRI

1/12

BELLRINGER: In preparation for our upcoming "Rights of the Student" Project, we will complete "The Student's Ventilator Thinking Sheet."

FOR TODAY: Mr. B. will complete the lecturing regarding the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights.

WORK DAY: We review and begin work on "The Rights of the Student Discussion Project."

 

 

 

 

WED

1/10

BELLRINGER: In preparation for our upcoming "Rights of the Student" Project, we will review and discuss"The Searching for Ibuprofen Thinking Sheet." Please bring your Chromebook to our discussion circle and be ready to analyze!

 

 

 

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