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1 Reteach SSCG1/2

2 Honestly, what did you do to prepare for the test? What could you have done to ensure a better grade? Bell Ringer

3 Review Standards Work Period : Lesson on how to study; Creating Flash Card sets; How to summarize Information One on One help Note book check while you are working Handing out Folders and creating portfolios/Handing back work for you to analyze, put in your folder, and assess what you owe me Closing: Match the philosopher with the correct statement Homework: Finish Flash Cards – I will check to see that you have them done TOMORROW Agenda

4 SSCG1 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the political philosophies that shaped the development of United States constitutional government. a. Analyze key ideas of limited government and the rule of law as seen in the Magna Carta, the Petition of Rights, and the English Bill of Rights. b. Analyze the writings of Hobbes (Leviathan), Locke (Second Treatise on Government), and Montesquieu (The Spirit of Laws) as they affect our concept of government. SSCG2 The student will analyze the natural rights philosophy and the nature of government expressed in the Declaration of Independence. a. Compare and contrast the Declaration of Independence and the Social Contract Theory. b. Evaluate the Declaration of Independence as a persuasive argument. Standards

5 Hobbes Locke Aristotle Montesquieu Adam Smith Karl Marx Magna Carta Petition of Rights English Bill of Rights Declaration of Independence Social Contract Theory Unitary System Federal System Confederacy Oligarchy Autocracy Democracy Work Period: Make Flash Cards of the following people/Documents/ideas:

6 1.One of the first to study Social Contract Theory 2.Wrote about Separation of Powers 3.Believed Governments should remain “hands off” business 4.One of the first to study government 5.Believed that all men have the natural rights of life, liberty, and property 6.Believed that one class would emerge and hold all property in common making the government unnecessary A.Aristotle B.Hobbes C.Locke D.Montesquieu E.Adam Smith F.Karl Marx Closing: match the Philosopher with the correct statement

7 1.One of the first to study Social Contract Theory 2.Wrote about Separation of Powers 3.Believed Governments should remain “hands off” business 4.One of the first to study government 5.Believed that all men have the natural rights of life, liberty, and property 6.Believed that one class would emerge and hold all property in common making the government unnecessary A.Aristotle B.Hobbes C.Locke D.Montesquieu E.Adam Smith F.Karl Marx Bell – Ringer: matching

8 Standard Review Work Period: Group Work – Create Timeline of Major Influences on American Government Closing: Match the Document Agenda

9 SSCG1 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the political philosophies that shaped the development of United States constitutional government. a. Analyze key ideas of limited government and the rule of law as seen in the Magna Carta, the Petition of Rights, and the English Bill of Rights. b. Analyze the writings of Hobbes (Leviathan), Locke (Second Treatise on Government), and Montesquieu (The Spirit of Laws) as they affect our concept of government. SSCG2 The student will analyze the natural rights philosophy and the nature of government expressed in the Declaration of Independence. a. Compare and contrast the Declaration of Independence and the Social Contract Theory. b. Evaluate the Declaration of Independence as a persuasive argument. Standards

10 Create a time line showing when the following people/documents came about: Hobbes, Locke, Aristotle, Montesquieu, Adam Smith, Karl Marx, Magna Carta,Petition of Rights, English Bill of Rights, Declaration of Independence, US Constitution, US Bill of Rights Include how they influenced American Government 10/9: All information is correct and demonstrates an understanding of how the early philosophies and documents influenced American Government 8/7: Most of the information is correct. Up to three items are missing or incorrect. 6: Information is missing or incorrect 4+ items 5 or below: Unfinished Work Period

11 1.Right to Bear Arms 2.No Taxation without Representation 3.Introduced Limited Government 4.Demonstrated the people breaking social contract theory because their government no longer protected their natural rights A. Magna Carta B. English Bill of Rights C. Petition of Right D. Declaration of Independence Closing: Match the Document with the correct statement

12 1.Right to Bear Arms 2.No Taxation without Representation 3.Introduced Limited Government 4.Demonstrated the people breaking social contract theory because their government no longer protected their natural rights A. Magna Carta B. English Bill of Rights C. Petition of Right D. Declaration of Independence Bell-ringer: Match the document with the statement

13 Standards SSCG 1 and 2 Standard SSCG 7 Current Event Day : Any Articles??? (10 min) Work Period: Finish Time Line and Flash Cards YOU MUST HAVE YOUR FLASH CARDS DONE! Closing: Match the government with the example Agenda

14 SSCG1 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the political philosophies that shaped the development of United States constitutional government. a. Analyze key ideas of limited government and the rule of law as seen in the Magna Carta, the Petition of Rights, and the English Bill of Rights. b. Analyze the writings of Hobbes (Leviathan), Locke (Second Treatise on Government), and Montesquieu (The Spirit of Laws) as they affect our concept of government. SSCG2 The student will analyze the natural rights philosophy and the nature of government expressed in the Declaration of Independence. a. Compare and contrast the Declaration of Independence and the Social Contract Theory. b. Evaluate the Declaration of Independence as a persuasive argument. Standards

15 Create a time line showing when the following people/documents came about: Hobbes, Locke, Aristotle, Montesquieu, Adam Smith, Karl Marx, Magna Carta,Petition of Rights, English Bill of Rights, Declaration of Independence, US Constitution, US Bill of Rights Include how they influenced American Government 10/9: All information is correct and demonstrates an understanding of how the early philosophies and documents influenced American Government 8/7: Most of the information is correct. Up to three items are missing or incorrect. 6: Information is missing or incorrect 4+ items 5 or below: Unfinished Work Period

16 a.Power comes from the states to a loosely put together central government b.Government run by a few elites c.Government run by many individuals – majority rule d.Power is shared between state and central government e.Power resides with the central government f.Government is run by one ruler 1.Federal System 2.Unitary System 3.Confederacy 4.Oligarchy 5.Autocracy 6.Democracy Closing

17 a.Power comes from the states to a loosely put together central government b.Government run by a few elites c.Government run by many individuals – majority rule d.Power is shared between state and central government e.Power resides with the central government f.Government is run by one ruler 1.Confederacy 2.Federal System 3.Unitary System 4.Democracy 5.Oligarchy 6.Autocracy Bell Ringer

18 Go over EQ Discuss Standard SSCG 1 and 2 Work Period: work with each other to find out what you know and what you need help with. Closing: What concepts are still unclear? Agenda

19 How have the philosophies of Hobbes, Locke, and Montesquieu along with the Magna Carta, English Bill of Rights, and Petition of Rights influence American Government? EQ

20 SSCG1 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the political philosophies that shaped the development of United States constitutional government. a. Analyze key ideas of limited government and the rule of law as seen in the Magna Carta, the Petition of Rights, and the English Bill of Rights. b. Analyze the writings of Hobbes (Leviathan), Locke (Second Treatise on Government), and Montesquieu (The Spirit of Laws) as they affect our concept of government. SSCG2 The student will analyze the natural rights philosophy and the nature of government expressed in the Declaration of Independence. a. Compare and contrast the Declaration of Independence and the Social Contract Theory. b. Evaluate the Declaration of Independence as a persuasive argument. Standards

21 Get into groups. Using your flash cards and notes quiz each other on these concepts. Keep track of what area your group is struggling with the most. I will come around and work with each group to help with those concepts. After I have come to your group, your group will create 5 test questions. 2 about philosophers; 2 about documents; 1 about government/economics/ideas Work Period: Test each other

22 What questions do you have about the these concepts? Closing

23 1.One of the first to study Social Contract Theory 2.Wrote about Separation of Powers 3.Believed Governments should remain “hands off” business 4.One of the first to study government 5.Believed that all men have the natural rights of life, liberty, and property 6.Believed that one class would emerge and hold all property in common making the government unnecessary A.Aristotle B.Hobbes C.Locke D.Montesquieu E.Adam Smith F.Karl Marx Bell Ringer: match the Philosopher with the correct statement – Not a Quiz!

24 1.Right to Bear Arms 2.No Taxation without Representation 3.Introduced Limited Government 4.Demonstrated the people breaking social contract theory because their government no longer protected their natural rights A. Magna Carta B. English Bill of Rights C. Petition of Right D. Declaration of Independence Bell-ringer: Match the document with the statement

25 a.Power comes from the states to a loosely put together central government b.Government run by a few elites c.Government run by many individuals – majority rule d.Power is shared between state and central government e.Power resides with the central government f.Government is run by one ruler 1.Confederacy 2.Federal System 3.Unitary System 4.Democracy 5.Oligarchy 6.Autocracy Bell Ringer

26 Study 10 min Test Closing: Create a word wall for the vocabulary for week 3. Agenda


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