Agenda Homework check Quiz (open book, open note, 15 minutes) Review the quiz Huddles Whole group review Break Interviews Whole group review Next Assignment
Words for the day Absolute (monarch) = absolved from the law; above the law Sovereignty = ultimate authority In a monarchy, the monarch is (the) sovereign
Huddles: use things that surprised or interested you Form groups of four Each member of group shares and explains the things that he or she wrote about the reading and the group discusses them. Summary: write something interesting a member of your group said (can be on your homework). At signal, two group members exchange with two members of another group; each shares comments again
Interpreting returned essays X-X-X-X = scores under each criterion on rubric (Perfect = 10 – 8 – 8 – 6) X/60 = score on essay RT = overall running total (X/Y, X = points earned, Y = points responsible for so far) Use sheet of abbreviations to decode comments
Guiding Questions Compare and contrast the developments of the national governments of England and France from 1660 to 1789. Is Locke’s justification of slavery compatible with the rest of his arguments in the Second Treatise?
Interview project: use your five discussion questions on Locke Pick a partner. Ask each other your five discussion questions. Record summaries of your partners’ answers. Round 2: pick another partner. Repeat. Work product (hand in with your homework at end of class): Names of two partners and two sets of answers to your questions.
Digest of Roman Law Free men = men in their own power Slaves = men under the power of master Master need not be oppressive; just having one makes you a slave
Next Assignment Read Western Civilizations, pp. 407-416 (stop at “Colonization and Trade”). Write five questions and answers. Read Locke, pp. 285-302 (Ch. 5). Describe five ideas you agree with or disagree with, like or don’t like, and explain why you agree with, disagree with, like, or don’t like them. (GQ = Is Locke’s discussion of property in The Second Treatise a better basis for capitalism or for socialism?)