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1 Bell Ringer What is something somebody said to you that changed the way you live your life? Who said it to you? What did she or he say? How did it change your life? Think about what is written below and discuss it with nearby students.

2 Triad Reading and Quickthinks Introduction Today we will start a new reading technique And a new note-taking technique. Our new reading technique is called TRIAD READING (maybe youve heard of it before).

3 Triad Reading and Quickthinks Introduction In TRIAD READING, you take turns reading and listening. Each person reads 1 paragraph out loud while the others listen. Reading Listening

4 Triad Reading and Quickthinks Introduction In TRIAD READING, you take turns reading and listening. Each person reads 1 paragraph out loud while the others listen. Listening Reading

5 Triad Reading and Quickthinks Introduction In TRIAD READING, you take turns reading and listening. Each person reads 1 paragraph out loud while the others listen. Listening Reading Listening

6 Triad Reading and Quickthinks Introduction Today we will start a new reading technique And a new note-taking technique. Our new note-taking technique is called QUICKTHINKS (its not a real word).

7 Triad Reading and Quickthinks Introduction Quickthinks are a way of writing your first reactions or impressions of something you have done or have read. Quickthink are a great way to experience music, sports, and television. Quickthinks are basically the same as this stuff.

8 Triad Reading and Quickthinks Introduction I will assign you into groups of three. Move into those groups right away. Your group leader is whoever is oldest today. You will be reading a worksheet one paragraph at a time. A quickthink is like a main idea. When someone finishes reading a paragraph, each listener must say a quickthink out loud to the group. The reader also says a quickthink. Everyone chooses a quickthink and writes it down next to the paragraph. When everyone has said one quickthink and written one quickthink, the next person reads the next paragraph.

9 Group Assignments Remember, group assignments are final. You dont have to like anyone in your group; you just have to work with them. Send someone from the group to pick up your reading pages. Put your first and last name at the top on both sides and your group members names on the bottom of the page on the reading side.

10 Reading 1: Enlightenment The group leader reads the first paragraph on the first page and the group follows along. After the reader finishes a paragraph, listeners do a quickthink. Each listener must say her or his quickthink out loud. Next, the reader must do a quickthink. Finally, each member of the group chooses a quickthink to write down next to the paragraph (in the margin). The person to the leaders left reads the next paragraph and the quickthink process starts over. Continue until you finish triad reading the page (with quickthinks). Done reading? Its time for Enlightenment Boxing! Send the last person who read to get the next activity.

11 Enlightenment Boxing The Enlightenment was a period ______________________ salons: ________________________________________ The Enlightenment was also called _____________________ Enlightenment thinkers believed people should have the right to ______________ ______________ ______________ consent of the governed: ____________________________ republicanism: __________________________________ Americas Constitution recognized _____________________

12 Bell Ringer (Day 2) When you have moved to your groups, send the leader up to get your first reading. As a reminder, quickthinks instructions will be on the board after everyone has a paper. When it is quiet, I will assign new groups. Todays leader will be the person wearing the greatest number of colors in his or her clothes.

13 Reading 2: Thomas Hobbes The group leader reads the first paragraph on the first page and the group follows along. After the reader finishes a paragraph, listeners do a quickthink. Each listener must say her or his quickthink out loud. Next, the reader must do a quickthink. Finally, each member of the group chooses a quickthink to write down next to the paragraph (in the margin). The person to the leaders left reads the next paragraph and the quickthink process starts over. Continue until you finish triad reading the page (with quickthinks). Done reading? Locke on! Send the last person who read to get the next reading. (and John Locke)

14 Thomas Hobbes – Boxing – John Locke In a state of nature, _________________ contract: ___________ social contract: In Hobbess view, _____________ sovereign: ___________ tabula rasa: __________ Natural rights arent given to people – people are ________ with them. right to life: __________ right to liberty: _______ right to property: ______ social contract: In Lockes view, people agree ____ _________________

15 Bell Ringer (Day 3) When you have moved to your groups, choose a leader and send her or him up to get your first reading. As a reminder, quickthinks instructions will be on the board after everyone has a paper. You may choose your own groups today. Whenever I allow you to choose your own groups, I am testing you to see if you will make good choices or poor choices. Be careful.

16 Reading 2: Rousseau The group leader reads the first paragraph on the first page and the group follows along. After the reader finishes a paragraph, listeners do a quickthink. Each listener must say her or his quickthink out loud. Next, the reader must do a quickthink. Finally, each member of the group chooses a quickthink to write down next to the paragraph (in the margin). The person to the leaders left reads the next paragraph and the quickthink process starts over. Continue until you finish triad reading the page (with quickthinks). Done reading? Lets MontesQUIEU it! Send the last person who read to get the next reading. (and Montesquieu)

17 Rousseau – Boxing – Montesquieu natural freedom: _______ social freedom: ________ general will: __________ majority rule: _________ representative democracy: _________________ direct democracy: _________________ liberty: In Montesquieus view, _____________ separation of powers: _________________ checks and balances: _________________ In the U.S. Government: ________ makes laws ________ enforces laws ________ interpret laws


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