Agenda Turn in papers and sit with your group Jigsaw Phase I Jigsaw Phase II Next Assignment
Jigsaw Phase I.A.: groups discuss how to teach what their section of reading says to others; synthesize, summarize, pick important points; prepare five-to-ten-minute lesson. Each member of the group will teach the lesson. Phase I.B.: Groups will write a six-question quiz to assess understanding of their lesson. The questions should elicit important points. I will collect copies of each group’s questions (and answers). Each member of the group will need the questions to administer (informally) to their next group. The questions will be fair game for the quiz next class. Phase II: groups reshuffled to contain one each from first groups (i.e. 1, 2, 3, and 4). Each will teach his or her lesson. Then each will administer his or her quiz (informally, verbally).
Group assignments 1: pp. 451-456 (stop at “Internationalization…”) 2: pp. 456-462 (stop at “Radical Enlightenment”) 3: pp. 462-465 (stop at “…Eighteenth Century Culture); include gray area on 466-467 4: pp. 465-472 (ignore gray area on 466-467)
Next Assignment PRETEST: FIRST, write the best answers you can to guiding questions 1-7 for Unit 3 Read Western Civilizations, pp. 479-491 (stop at “From the Terror”). Write five questions and answers. Read Paine, Rights of Man, pp. 89-115 (stop at “I have now to follow Mr Burke…”). Describe five things that surprised or interested you and why they surprised or interested you. Study for quiz