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2 Advanced Placement U.S. Government with Mrs. Schoene C103 5 th & 7 th Period

3 Substitute: Dan 8/12 Take attendance Complete index card & Line up – Seating chart (alphabetical by your first name) AP pre test Read over Syllabus: bring it back next class The ‘Game Change’ TEST is next class. You may use hand written notes and/or the reading guide on the test.

4 Agenda 1.Index Cards a)AE files 2. Seating Chart 3. TEST: Game Change AE 4. Syllabus distribution H.W. AP Exam Vocabulary- QUIZ Next Class, Get Class Supplies 8-14 Journal : Tell me Everything about you!!! OBJ: Students will identify the purpose of this class

5 Name:Grade: Age:Counselor: 1.Do you have a job, if so where? 2.Do you have access to computer/phone technology & internet? 3.What extra curricular activities are you involved in? 4.What are your top 3 college choices? 1.Have you visited or applied yet? 5.What is 1 question you want answered in this class?

6 TEXT in your answers on the ACTIVExpressions Name:Grade: Birthdate:Counselor : 1.Parent/Guardian Name 2.Parent Guardian 3.Parent Guardian Phone number 4.Your

7 Pre Unit Vocabulary Create Flash Cards for the following terms Mini Test NEXT CLASS FRQExplain AnalyzeDescribe IdentifyExample TrendList

8 8-18 pg 2 The Advanced Placement exam is given to 7 million students each year. a.Explain what the AP exam is. b.List 3 colleges that would accept credit. c.Explain what the grading system of the AP test means. AGENDA discuss Game Change alternate assignment, & collect W.O.D. Vocabulary Quiz Syllabus (inside cover) & goals(page 1) Notebook 101 (back cover) Notes: C.L.U.E.S. For the AP exam & FRQ U (pg 3) Dissecting the FRQ W.S. (pg 2, 3) Complete for hw. Have Syllabus signed OBJ: Students will Identify and work with the Structure of the FRQ styles

9 1.Create a passion for government 2.Prepare you for college course work 3.Prepare you for the AP exam

10 Obj; Students will understand Where the ideas that shaped our Government originated 8/20 pg 4 Number your notebook Agenda Collect syllabus, & WOD, web-site of the week. Issue books/number notebooks Discuss & collect HW Hazelwood Central FRQ (pg 5) Group Score the FRQ Unit 1 Vocabulary Put each on notecards Mini test next week Read and take notes on Ch 1 (pg 6-7) possible open note quiz next class. Pick up review for Unit 1 test

11 Make Flash cards electronic & mobile Add this to the back cover of your notebook!

12 Unit 1 Vocabulary PoliticsSocialism Political IdealsConstitutionalismCommunism Presidential DemocracyPopular SovereigntyFree-Market System MonarchyCapitalismPublic Policy DemocracyPluralism (Democratic Theory) Power AuthoritarianismElitism (Democratic Theory) Majoritarianism

13 What is the BEST type of government and WHY? 8/22 pg 8 AGENDA collect WOD, signed syllabus Notes: Essence of Government & Economic systems.(pg 9-10) Chip game Reflection (pg 8) HW: FRQ #1.1 (pg 11) Vocab quiz next class Study for Unit test 8/28 Obj; Students will understand The essence of political power.

14 8/26 pg 12 Study for Vocabulary quiz- 4 min. Collect syllabus, & WOD Notes: Theories on democracy. (pg 13) FRQ Tournament or study groups Review for Test NEXT CLASS, all review information should be on flash cards(paper or electronic). HW-STUDY! & Notebooks due next class Obj; Students will investigate Power in modern times

15 FRQ Tournament Rubric GradeGradebook converted Grade Champion = 20, + 1 Finals qualifiers= 20 points Eliminated in Semi- Finals = converted score -1 Eliminated in First Round = converted score - 2

16 8/28 pg 14 Explain what you did to study for the Unit test. Cover page notes (pg 14) Collect Review Cards Unit 1 TEST Notebooks due today! Independent Working Choices: Cover page Unit 2.(pg 15) Unit 2 Vocabulary ( quiz Tuesday) Greek, Rome or Home Challenge. Obj. Students will evaluate Their knowledge of The Types of government & economy Unit

17 Unit 2 Vocabulary There will be 1 vocabulary Quiz, consisting of 5 words from this list, given every other day Civic VirtueSocial ContractDOCUMENTS Rule of LawSelf governmentMagna Carta Natural Rights/ Unalienable rights Shay’s Rebellion Declaration of Independence Limited governmentPlural executive (New Jersey Plan) English Bill of Rights Popular Sovereignty Bicameral legislation Mayflower Compact Separation of PowersProportional representation The Federalist Papers

18 Obj; Students will understand Where the ideas that shaped our Government originated 9/4 pg 16 Greece, Rome or Home Challenge Study for vocab quiz Agenda Vocab quiz Notes: Roots of American Government Stations(pgs.16-19) Complete notes by gathering information from stations around the room to answer the opening question. HW: FRQ 2.1 (pg 19)

19 AP Government! Notes outline Greek ideals: Roman ideals: Enlightenment: – What was the Enlightenment? – Thomas Hobbes* – John Locke* – Baron de Montestquieu* – Jean-Jacques Rousseau* Overlaying question What are the Philosophical and historical Foundations of the American Political System?

20 FRQ practice question 2.1 pg 19 List three philosophers who theories can be connected to the foundations of the United States government and explain how the framers incorporated their concepts into our government.

21 Get to know your book, make flash cards and quiz yourself www. highered.mcgraw- hill.com/sites/ /student_view0 The American Democracy, 10/e Thomas E. Patterson, Harvard University Add this to the back cover of your notebook!

22 What led to the colonist to commit treason in Declaration of Independence 9/8 pg 20 Chart: Documents of Democracy(pg 21) FRQ Quiz next class * STUDY your notebook * Notes: D of I & Epic Fail of the Articles, Road to the Constitution (pg 22-23) HW: Read & take notes from pgs 37-46(pg 24-25). Obj; Students will investigate Power in modern times

23 Documents to the Revolution (pg 21) EventDateExplanation How it influenced American Government Magna Carta Mayflower Compact Virginia House of Burgesses Stamp Act (intolerable acts) Declaration of Independence Articles of Confederation

24 9/10 Pg 26 No journal, Study for FRQ quiz FRQ QUIZ The Paine Opinion (Read/Highlight/Annotate- R/H/A) each paragraph of the reading (pg 27) Notes: Finish Epic fail Read over and highlight all notes & w.s. in your notebook Progress reports in 1 WEEK! Obj; Students will Explore the controversies of creating Our Constitution

25 9/12 Pg 28 What political philosophies did Paine support in his paper? Obj; Students will prepare To demonstrate Their stand of the Constitution And financial planning What famous forefather was NOT at the constitutional convention? Notes: ‘To make a Constitution’, Compromises Chart (pg 29-30) Federalist 10 w.s. (pg 31) finish for homework. Progress reports due on Monday HW: Study for Vocab quiz Next Class!

26 9/16pg 32 forefathers through Art Vocab Mini Test Federalist 51 w.s. (pg 33) Set study groups Town Meeting research day: The Ratification Debate Assign roles Pre Meeting research Town meeting is Next Class FYI: Unit 2 test is 9/22 review & grade sheet available NOW Obj. Students will evaluate their Beliefs about the ratification of The U.S. Constitution

27 Artist: John Trumbull Oil on canvas, 12' x 18' Commissioned 1817; purchased 1819; placed 1826 in the Rotunda

28 9/12-13pg 34 If you lived in the Colonial government would you have ratified the Constitution? Discuss Federalist papers Set study Groups Town Meeting: The Ratification Debate Assign roles Pre Meeting research Town meeting is Next Class FYI: FYI: Unit 2 test is moved to 9/18-19, review available NOW Progress reports due on Friday Obj. Students will evaluate Their knowledge of Financial planning and Goal setting

29 9/18pg 34 Should Colonial government ratify the Constitution? Town Meeting: The Ratification Debate Ratification Reflection (pg 35) FYI: Unit 2 test is 9/22 review & grade sheet available NOW Notebooks turned in TODAY, receive extra credit and MUST BE PICKED UP BY THE END OF THE DAY! Obj. Students will evaluate their Beliefs about the ratification of The U.S. Constitution

30 Town Meeting Opening by the chair – Introduction of the other elected officials – General explanation of the topic and why it is important. Opening Statements: – AGREE group – DISAGREE group Witnesses – AGREE group – DISAGREE group Questions or comments by the elected officials for the group – The chair asks questions first. – Each elected official is designated by the chair. – That designated official can ask a question or interrupt the group at any time. – Questions or comments by the townspeople for the group (recognized in the order they stand) Additional debate (recognized by the chair) (10 minutes) – Questions by each side for the other side are permitted at this time. Elected officials vote on the proposition. – (Townspeople may let the officials know what they think at this time.)

31 Ratification Reflection pg 35 1.What did you learn about the Federalist from this debate? 2.What did you learn about the Anti- Federalist from this debate? 3.If you were a colonist in the 1787 would you have voted to ratify the new constitution? 1)Explain why you have this opinion 4.Living in the 21 st century would you vote to ratify this constitution? 1.Explain why you have this opinion.

32 College & Scholarship Research!!!!! Also, Sign in to take sample test Select Student site Add this to the back cover of your notebook!

33 9/22 pg 36 Evaluate what and how you learned the concepts of the roots of American government Collect Review Cards Unit 2 TEST Independent Working Choices: Work on Notebook-due today! Unit 3 Cover Page(ch 3)pg 37 on salmon Unit 3 Vocabulary ( quiz Next week, 9/30 ) HW: Constitutional Worksheet (pg 36) Obj. Students will evaluate Their knowledge of The Career Unit

34 Unit 3 Vocabulary There will be 1 vocabulary Quiz, consisting of 5 words from this list, given every week FederalismImplied PowersBlock GrantsCategorical Grants Concurrent Powers Dual FederalismMedicaid No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) Supremacy Clause Separate but Equal InterState commerce IntraState commerce Enumerated Powers FDICElastic ClauseCommerce Clause NullificationGrants-in-AidCooperative Federalism Medicare Habeas corpusDevolutionFiscal FederalismTANF Ex post facto

35 9/24 Pg 40 Evaluate your performance on the test in comparison to the amount of time you studied. Agenda Discuss test, notebook, & cover page vocabulary and go over the top 10 and add to notebook. Notes: Preamble, Articles and Amendments of the constitution (38-42) HW: Find a current events article(electronic or paper) that is an example of the notes you took today be prepared to share next class(pg 43 ) Obj; Students use the information From their personal analysis To further investigate career Options

36 9/26 Pg 44 Explain the message of this political cartoon. Agenda : Share Current Event article Reading & Highlight: The Electoral College Explained (pg ) Create timeline/flow chart of the campaign process (pg 47) FYI : vocab quiz next class! AMENDMENTS QUIZ(all 27) DURING AML! (7 TH PERIOD THAT IS TUESDAY) Obj; Students will evaluate the Ways our framers accomplished their goals

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38 9/30 Pg 48 What is the #1 job of our government ? Agenda: Vocab quiz share Current Event H.W. & flowcharts Notes: Goals, Power, and limits of the U.S. Constitution (pg 49-51) Self Reflection: What is the role of government? (pg 48) H.W. Read & take notes over text book pages (pg 52-53)****** Amendments Quiz during AML Obj; Students use the outline of the Constitution to decide the role of Government today.

39 10/2 pg 54 How involved should the federal government be in state affairs? ie: education, abortion, same sex marriage, medicinal marijuana Self Reflection Notes: Federalism part I: ( pg 55-57) Timed FRQ (pg 54) HW: **Study for TEST 10/10 Obj; Students will research Possible colleges and narrow their Career choices

40 Monday- Super Hero/villian Day Tuesday- TWIN NIWT Day Wednesday- Back to the future Thursday- EXTREME SPIRIT Friday- Paint it pink

41 10/6 Pg 58 Political cartoon Agenda Remind Study Groups Notes: Federalism, part II Court Case Walk About (pg 59) Socratic Set up: Read, Highlight and annotate your assigned reading(30 min) Answer Socratic Focus questions (pg 60) HW: **Study for TEST 10/10 Obj; Students use the outline of the Constitution to decide the role of Government today.

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43 10/8 Pg 60 HOW SHOULD AMERICA STRUCTURE ITS FEDERAL SYSTEM? Obj; Students will discuss the Value of shared powers 4 th period: study groups & Eras Socratic Set up: Read, Highlight and annotate your assigned reading(30 min) Socratic Seminar : WHERE IS THE POWER: that is the question Reflection (pg 61) HW: STUDY FOR TEST NEXT CLASS. Notebooks also due.

44 Where is the Power? Guided reading questions 1.How does your Article define Federalism? 2.What type of Federalism are discussed in your article? 3.According to your article should more Federalistic power be in the National or State Government? 4.How has Federalism evolved over the history of the United States? 5.What are the benefits of a strong National Federalism? 6.What are the benefits of a strong State Federalism?

45 Socratic Reflection Questions (Pg 61) HOW SHOULD AMERICA STRUCTURE ITS FEDERAL SYSTEM (Federalism) 1.What evidence was presented that argues that a strong state system is the best method? 2.What evidence was presented that argues that a strong national system is the best method? 3.How should America structure it’s Federal System?(Federalism)

46 10-10 pg 62 Evaluate what and how you learned the concepts of the Structure of American government Collect Review Cards Unit 3 TEST Independent Working Choices: Work on Notebook- due today! * turn in before the test for extra credit Unit 4 Cover Page(ch. 6 & 7)pg 63 on blue. Unit 4 vocabulary – Quiz 10/16 HAVE A SAFE AND wonderful Homecoming!HAVE A SAFE AND wonderful Homecoming! Obj. Students will evaluate Their knowledge of The structure of U.S govt.

47 Unit 4 Chapters 6, & 7 Vocabulary There will be a vocabulary Quiz, consisting of 6 words from this list, given once a week Push PollVoter apathyIdeologyEconomic Conservative SocialismEconomic Libertarian CentrismPopulism Independent (voter) alienationDisenfranchisePolitical efficacy Political socialization Opinion pollStraw pollExit poll Motor voter laws

48 Political movie 10/10-14 Find political movie to wrap up quarter and Rileys birthday Take day off for Riley’s birthday

49 Vocab Quiz Discuss test/ FRQ* Announce study group winners PROGRESS REPORTS UNIT 4 TEST- October 31st Unit 4 cover page (pg 65) Notes: Political Socialization (pg 67-69) Voting rights jigsaw(pg 70) HW: Complete political beliefs survey #1(pg 71) Obj; Students will investigate The effect of political beliefs on Political action 10/15-16 Pg 66 List 3 American political values.

50 Evaluate your current 1st Q. grade. Make a Goal for your 1 st semester grade and list 3 actions you will take to achieve this goal. On page 66, include your grade equation and this

51 Quarter Grade Equation Semester Goal – 1 st quarter Grade = X 92-88=4 Semester Goal+ X= 92+4= 96 the grade you need 2 nd quarter to meet your goal Tips: Your goal may be unrealistic……. *if your 2 nd Q grade is over 100 *if your 2 nd Q grade is over 100 *if your 2 nd Q grade is more than 20 points higher than your 1 st Q grade

52 Research how each of following groups earned the right to vote and be prepared to teach your team. -White Males -Women -African Americans -American Indians -18 year olds Make sure you include the YEAR suffrage was extended & what act/amendment granted them that right. You have 10 min to complete your research

53 finish notes & Voting rights jigsaw(pg 70) Notes: The ideological Spectrum(pg 73) Politicalcompass.org (pg 74) HW: Read & take notes from pgs (pg 75) Obj; Students will investigate The base and beliefs of the Political spectrum 10/17-18 Pg 72 Look back at your ‘Goals for this course’ (pg 1) Now that 1 st quarter is over, how are you progressing at achieving those goals. Edit your goals to make them more current.

54 On your computer go to either by typing it in or going to my webpage and selecting the IdeaLog link. -Select, ‘take quiz’. -As you read the tutorial and take the quiz, record helpful notes on page -When you are finished answer the following reflection questionshttp://idealog.org/en/index Reflection Questions 1.Where did you place your ‘happy face’ on the ideological scale? Why? 2.Explain where you placed yourself on the 2 dimensional scale? 3.Did the test place you in the same area after the questions? 4.Were you surprised by where the test placed you? why or why not.

55 Politicalcompass.org Reflection Questions 1.Where did you place yourself on the ideological scale before the test? Why? 2.Explain where you placed yourself on the 2 dimensional scale? 3.Did the test place you in the same area after the questions? 4.Were you surprised by where the test placed you? why or why not.

56 10/21-22pg 76 Interpret the Langston Hughes poem. Notes: WHY do we vote….or not vote?(pg 77-79) Will I vote: stick figures(pg 76) Prep for amendment and vocab quiz

57 White, catholic, live in the city, male, 28years old White, protestant, live in Kansas, College graduate, 35 years old White, Christian, live in Vermont, Female, 45 years old, self employed White, Jewish, live in the city, Male, 58 years old White, live in the Mid west, some college education, Male, small business owner Black, catholic, female, live in Montana Black, live in the city, Male, Christian, works for the government Black, Jewish, 35 years old, college graduate, lives in Oregon Black, lives in Alabama, Male, 21 years old, college student Black, female, self employed, lives in suburb of California, 37 years old Latino, catholic, self employed, lives in Texas, 53 years old Latino, lives in Utah, female, college student Latino, college graduate, male, Jewish, 50 years old Latino, Male, lives in rural area, 35 years old, Protestant Latino, Female, lives in the city, 27 years old. Asian, catholic, lives in city, Male South American, Protestant, lives in Georgia, Female, 18 years old African, Christian, Lives in Rhode Island, Male, 45 years old Middle Eastern, Muslim, lives in the city, college graduate, 30 years old Female, Catholic, College Graduate with masters, 40 years old lives in suburb of Missouri

58 10/23-24pg 80 Use the chart on the following page to answer this question. Which of the following statements about voting patterns in best supported by the table? A.Women are more likely than men to votes Democratic. B.People who are young, white and from the south were most likely to be Obama supporters. C.Voters with low educational attainment were more likely to vote Republican than Democratic. D.Voters in the cities were more likely to vote Democratic than those in other regions E.Nonwhite voters were less likely to support Republican presidential candidates in 1992 than they were in Note: How will I vote? (pg 81) Stick figure (pg 82) Notes: How to participate with out voting(pg 83) iCivics.org – responsibility launcher HW: FRQ #3(2)(pg 80) Unit 4 test & notebook collection is 10/30-31.

59 A.Women are more likely than men to votes Democratic. B.People who are young, white and from the south were most likely to be Obama supporters. C.Voters with low educational attainment were more likely to vote Republican than Democratic. D.Voters in the cities were more likely to vote Democratic than those in other regions E.Nonwhite voters were less likely to support Republican presidential candidates in 1992 than they were in 1980

60 10/28-29 pg 84 List 3 ideas you remember about the ideologies Voting Socratic (pg 85) Review for Unit 4 Test! FRQ2 (pg 84) FYI: Notebooks due (E.C., if you turn them in today, they will be graded and ready for pick up by the end of the day) & unit 4 TEST next class!!!

61 Should we vote? Guided reading questions 1.According to your article what are the pros and cons of Voting?(possible t- chart) 2.According to your article how has voting changed during the history of the U.S. 3.According to your article what are the road blocks to voting? 4.Is it rational for a person to go vote on the U.S.?

62 Socratic Reflection Questions (Pg 85) Should we vote? 1.According to your discussion what are the pros and cons of Voting?(possible t- chart) 2.According to your discussion how has voting changed during the history of the U.S. 3.Is it rational for a person to go vote on the U.S.?

63 10/30-31 pg 86 NO Journal. The test will begin as soon as the bell rings. Collect Review Cards Unit 4 TEST Notebooks due today! Independent Working Choices: 1.Cover page Unit 5 ch 8-10 (pg 87) 2.Unit 5 Vocabulary ( quiz next week) 3.Political views survey #2 Obj. Students will evaluate Their knowledge of political socialization Unit

64 Unit Chapters 8-10 Vocabulary There will be a vocabulary Quiz, consisting of 5 words from this list, given every week Platform(par ty) Party realignment Soft MoneyMedia Bias CaucusGrassroots party The McCain- Feingold Act 527 committees Political Party Party coalition Iron triangleframing Party BaseHard MoneyThe fairness Doctrine slander

65 Agenda Collect hw, Vocabulary quiz 7.1 next class, review most missed test questions Notes: Political parties (pg 89-90) How we vote HW: Political Party Platform research(pg 91) Complete political beliefs survey #3 Study for vocab quiz 11/4-5 pg 88 YOU NEED YOUR TEXT BOOK next class!

66 Research 4 points on the party platform, on pg 91 you share. PartyWebsiteFind 4 planks on the political party platform Republican Democrat Green Libertarian

67 Agenda Collect HW, vocab quiz party platform jigsaw(pg 91). Share answers Independent notes: Evolution, Elections & Structure (pg 92-93) HW: Survey #4 Obj; Students will investigate the benefits of having a spending plan 11/6-7 Pg 92 YOU NEED YOUR TEXT BOOK!!!!! FRQ question:

68 Political Parties, Chapter Notes(chapter 8) pgs Focus points: I.Evolution of Political Parties( how have they changed through history) A. Modern party alignment, realignment & de- alignment II. Elections a. Single member districts b. Effect of Politics on elections c. effect of coalitions on elections d. Effect of third parties on elections III. Structure of Party Organizations

69 Agenda Collect HW Notes: Third Parties, what’s the point?(pg95) FRQ practice (Pg 94) Complete political beliefs survey #5 (last one) Assign Political Ideology paper: Due Nov. 14/15 Obj; Students will investigate the benefits of having a spending plan 11/8-11 Pg 94 FRQ question: The Democratic Party has used super delegates in the presidential nominating process since Explain why the use of super delegates increases the influence of party leaders in the Democratic nomination process

70 Where do you stand???? Add up your total point for the odd numbered questions and divide by 10. Write that answer next to the F v O This is your Freedom v Order score Add up your total point for the EVEN numbered questions and divide by 10. Write that answer next to the F v E This is your Freedom v Equality score

71 LiberalPopulist Libertarian Conservative Freedom v Order Social, moral and personal freedoms Government and Economic issues Freedom v Equality

72 Class/section ID: – 3 rd period: – 7 th period: Enrollment password: Schoene – YES it is case sensitive

73 11/12-13 pg 96 Election Priorities (wait for Schoene’s instruction) Notes: The Election Timeline(pg 97) Time to work on essay Obj; Students will examine and evaluate their values in relation to the political spectrum

74 Each event you see listed below is a step in the process of running for president. Based on what you know about elections, record the steps in the most logical order in your notebook (pg 96 ). Form a campaign organization Run in primaries and caucuses Participate in televised debates Announce candidacy Conduct electoral vote Attend national convention Raise funds Hold popular vote Build a coalition of supporters Develop a campaign strategy

75 11/14-15 pg 98 Win the White house simulation iCivics.com Notes & w.s. (pg 99) Political Ideology Essay due TODAY. Make sure you turn in your grade sheet. Ch 8 quiz 11/20-21 Obj; Students will examine and evaluate their values in relation to the political spectrum FRQ question : Republican Party rules permit winner- take-all primaries. Describe one consequence of this rule for the Republican nomination process.

76 11/18-19 pg 100 How do interest groups effect campaign financing? Walk about Notes: Interest groups & Lobbying (pg 101) Consider your review guide when deciding what is noteworthy Campaign Spending handout (read, and highlight/annotate) be prepared to discuss at the end of class HW: Practice FRQ & STUDY FOR CH 8 QUIZ NEXT CLASS! Obj; Students will examine and evaluate their values in relation to the political spectrum

77 JA field trip 11/19

78 11/20-21 DO NOT COPY THE AGENA OR JOURNAL Study for 5 min. Collect Review Cards, discuss FRQ, Review Ch. 8 quiz HW: FRQ for tournament tomorrow. Obj. Students will evaluate Their knowledge of The Career Unit

79 11/22-25 pg 104 What do you think about the filibuster block ???? (current event) Discuss most missed questions. FRQ tournament! (Put your frq on pg 104 after the tournament) Notes (sell the candidate pg ) Finals review guide is available…. Obj; Students will examine and evaluate their values in relation to the political spectrum

80 11/26-12/2 pg 106 Finish frq Notes: Sell the Candidate Movie: Barack Obama: the people’s president Notes on how they marketed Obama (pg 107) Hard or Soft news assignment(due 12-5/6) HAPPY THANKSGIVING! Obj. Students will evaluate Their knowledge of The Career Unit

81 Agenda hard and soft news reminder Arm Chair Candidate (pg 109) Begin Notes: Political Function of the Media (pg ) HW:Study for Vocab quiz. Next class Independent Notes: Interest groups Using Ch 9 create a Pro/Cons chart on Interest groups. (pg 108) Obj; Students will investigate the benefits of having a spending plan 12/3-4 Pg 108 What is the most effective type of campaign advertising?

82 Vocab quiz 5.2, Discuss Media Assignment (turn in to the tray) AGENDA Finish Notes: Political Function of the Media (pg ) Introduce & sign up for Media Project HW: Media FRQ (pg 112) Unit 5 TEST 12/ Obj; Students will investigate The effect of Media on Political beliefs 12-5/6 pg 110 Is the American media conservative or liberal & why?

83 AGENDA- unit review changes Media Research Day.(pg 113) To the library Be prepared to share your research as part of the Socratic next class HW: PREP for the Socratic tomorrow, Theme : What role does the media play in elections and shaping public opinion? If the media an impartial observer or an active participant in political elections and the formation of public policy? Unit 5 TEST 12/ /9-10 pg 112 No Journal, get ready to head to the library. FYI notebooks collected for e.c. next class. Obj; Students will library resources To rate the quality of news

84 Unit 5 update Review Sheet Add: – Types of advertising – Framing Delete: – Free rider – Agricultural groups – Midterm election – Off year election Notebook check Notes: interest groups/lobbing walk about Arm Chair Canidate 109 T-Chart Notes: Interest Groups 108 FRQ Media 112 Notes: Political Function of the Media

85 What should the Media role in government be? 1.What role does the media play in elections and shaping public opinion? 2.Is the media an impartial observer or an active participant in political elections and the formation of public policy?

86 12/11-12 Pg 114 E.C. Notebooks collected (after lunch) Socratic Seminar : Theme What role does the media play in elections and shaping public opinion? Is the media an impartial observer or an active participant in political elections and the formation of public policy? Reflection (pg115) ( answer focus questions & reflect on personal contribution) HW: REVIEW FOR TEST! Obj; Students will expand Their knowledge about goal setting Through online resources Write a reflection of the Media assignment. What did you learn? Is it a quality assignment?

87 12/13-16 pg 116 No Journal, study for test Finals after school review date: December 18 th Collect Review Cards Unit 5 TEST Notebooks due today! Independent Working Choices: BEGIN GOING THROUGH NOTECARDS TO STUDY FOR THE FINAL!!!!! REALLY, YOU NEED TO START STUDYING! Obj. Students will evaluate Their knowledge of political socialization Unit

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89 Hopefully you don’t need this Evaluate what AND how you learned in the first semester. Finals after school review date: December 19 th Collect Review Cards Unit 5 TEST (part 2, FRQ) Notebooks due today! Independent Working Choices: BEGIN GOING THROUGH NOTECARDS TO STUDY FOR THE FINAL!!!!! REALLY, YOU NEED TO START STUDYING! Obj. Students will evaluate Their knowledge of political socialization Unit

90 *12/17-18* Pg 114 (bottom) Where do you want to go to college? And have you checked into their AP test requirements? AGENDA AGENDA Return test/ FRQ announce study group winners Class Evaluation Winter break assignment R eview for the FINAL!!! R eview for the FINAL!!! Online test. Online test. After school study session date: After school study session date: December 18 th FYI: you need a new notebook for 2 nd semester. FYI: you need a new notebook for 2 nd semester.

91 End of the semester questions Complete and turn in to my tray 1. What is the best part of this class and why? 2. What study technique helped you learn the best? And why? 3. What was the worst part of this class?Why? 4. What would you change about this class? 5. Grade this class, support your answer 6. Anything else you want to say...

92 *12/19-20* Pg 100 Where do you want to go to college? And have you checked into their AP test requirements?AGENDA Class Evaluation! Class Evaluation! R eview for the FINAL!!! R eview for the FINAL!!! Online test. Online test. After school study session date: After school study session date: December 19 th Introduce Winter Break Assignment(pg 1) Introduce Winter Break Assignment(pg 1) FYI: you need a new notebook for 2 nd semester.

93 FINALS Tuesday/Dec. 17 th - 4 th period Wed./Dec.18 th - 5 th & 8 th period *Thurs./Dec. 19 th - 1 st & 2 nd period *Friday./Dec. 20 st 3 rd & 7 th period Happy Holidays!!!!

94 Agenda Return notebook/ test/ FRQ Evaluate and retry for ½ credit Announce study group winners Vocab quiz 3.1 Grade Equations (pg 61) Discuss Congress 101 HW: is ‘The Occupation’ Constitutional Obj; Students will investigate the benefits of having a spending plan Pg 60

95 Extra credit: TitlePointsdeadline WOtD1 pt eachAugust Hobbes/ Locke packet10 pts possible1 st test Website Quizzes.5 pt each correct answer On going, with in the unit of study Current Events articles5 pts each, 3 per quarter- max of 50 pts On going, with in the unit of study Notecards1 pt per cardThe FINAL EXAM

96 Agenda Book critique review Election Research project Create a campaign poster/brochure for your congressperson Include: what a voter should know!!!! Leadership, influence/ power, committees, voting record Vocab quiz next class. Obj; Students will investigate the benefits of having a spending plan Pg 62 What is the purpose of ‘the occupy’ movement?

97 Who will your congressperson be? Speaker of the House- J.U. House Majority leader- J.S. House Majority whip- J.Shaw House Minority leader- Keona House Minority whip- Jackie D. House Rules Committee leader-Blake President pro tempore-J.R. Senate Majority Leader-LB Senate Majority whip- Jackie S. Senate Minority Leader- M.W. Senate Minority whip- Johnalynn Leader of the Congressional Black Caucus- M.M. Leader of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus – R.C. Leader of the Congressional Women's Caucus – E.W.

98 9/6 pg 20 List 3 parts of this class that interest you. Vocab quiz # 4, progress report discussion. Book Critique introduction Time line TO THE LIBRARY!!! Reading and Journal (pg 21) Due Date: December 8 th HW: Be prepared to discuss The Paine Opinion FYI- progress reports are due this Friday! Obj; Students will investigate What topics in govt. they want to further reasearch.

99 Book Critique Benchmark September 28 th -1 page summary Due (what you have read to this date, not the whole book) October 17 th –Project proposal Due November 1 st – Outline Due November 21 st - Rough draft due-THIS IS A MUST!!!! NOT AN OPTION. December 8 th –Final Draft due.

100 Agenda Review congressperson papers & 3.2 quiz Discuss redistricting /gerrymandering. Can YOU fix it? The Redistricting Game, take notes on pg 65 HW- read and take notes from your book, pgs Begin your notes on pg 66. BE PREPRARED for an FRQ on this information next class Obj; Students will attempt to Fix the district? 10-19pg 64 What makes a congressperson Powerful ?

101 Can you make it ‘FAIR’? Add this to the back cover of your notebook!

102 Voting rights Act of 1965 outlawed discriminatory voting practices that had been responsible for the widespread disenfranchisement of African Americans prohibits states from imposing any "voting qualification or prerequisite to voting, or standard, practice, or procedure... to deny or abridge the right of any citizen of the United States to vote on account of race or color. intended to outlaw the practice of requiring otherwise qualified voters to pass literacy test in order to register to vote

103 The Act has been renewed and amended by Congress four times. – the most recent being a 25-year extension signed in 2006 by George Bush. – During the debate over the 2006 extension, some Republican members of Congress objected to renewing the preclearance requirement because it represents an overreach of federal power and places unwarranted bureaucratic demands on Southern – Conservative legislators also opposed requiring states with large Spanish-speaking populations to provide bilingual ballots.

104 Agenda Timed FRQ Redistricting Review VRA(pg 70) Court cases(pg 71) FRQ evaluation BEGIN- How a bill becomes a law Notes from PoliCentral (on pg 72-73) FRQ next class HW- Study for vocab Quiz. Obj; Students will prepare for Life simulation 10-24pg 70 What are the 3 functions of the policymaking role of Congress?

105 Agenda Vocabulary quiz 3.3 BEGIN- How a bill becomes a law Notes from PoliCentral (on pg 73-?) FRQ next class HW- Prepare for a learning Socratic Seminar Theme: Pork and Legislation- ask schoene to see the learning questions (pg. 75 ) Obj; Students will prepare for Life simulation pg 72 Finish the FRQ evaluation.

106 10/28 Pg 76 What is your personal opinion of Pork ( not the other white meat) Obj; Students will research Possible careers and narrow their College choices Group FRQ. Prepare for Socratic Seminar (after lunch) Socratic Seminar : Is PORK/EARMARKING good for the government? Reflection (pg 77) HW: Study for Quiz next class & TEST NEXT WEEK & prepare notebook to turn in!

107 Is pork good for the government? 1.What are the positive and negatives of Pork? this should be an extensive answer. 2.How has the concept of ‘Pork’ changed over the years? 3.Where does the term ‘pork’ come from? 4.Why is earmark/pork reform so hard for congress to accomplish? 5.How are pork/earmarks and power connected?

108 11/1 Pg 78 What is the most important factor in choosing a congressperson? Obj; Students will research Possible careers and narrow their College choices Agenda Finish group FRQ How to get elected! Complete the PoliCentral Simulation Easy & Hard Take notes on your choices and the results in a T-chart format on pg. Take notes on what you are learning from this on pg. Submit Study Group Request HW: Study for TEST & prepare notebook to turn in! Book critique outline Due Nov. 1 st.

109 Unit 4, Ch 12 Vocabulary There will be a vocabulary Quiz, consisting of 5 words from this list, given every other day Commander in Chief Chief ExecutiveChief DiplomatLegislative leader Party ConventionOpen Party caucuses Primary electionElectoral College Federal Election Campaign Act Unit ruleWHOOMB NSCPresidents Cabinet Foreign policyDomestic policy Partisan SupportVice PresidentImpeachWar Powers Act Presidential Approval Ratings Pocket Veto

110 Agenda thanksgiving survey Return notebook/ test/ FRQ Evaluate and retry for ½ credit Compare book v AP questions Announce study group winners Return CBC papers & discuss last deadline Discuss Executive 101 (pg 83) HW: 1 st Article & ?’s (pg 85), study for Vocab. quiz 4.1 Obj; Students will investigate the benefits of having a spending plan 11/9 Pg 84 Is the president doing his job?

111 11-11 pg 86 How important is it for the President and Congress to work together? AGENDA Vocab quiz # 4.1, FRQ questions & team winners Article #1 FRQ scoring guide & pair scoring Day in the life of the president. A comparison over time.(pg 87,88) Notes: Commander in Chief (pg. 89) HW: Article #2, create a scoring guide for the FRQ(pg 86) 11/11/11 how cool is that?????

112 QuestionsPresident Roosevelt President Johnson President Bush What observations can you make about the president's schedule? Based on this daily diary what are some of the president's roles and responsibilities? What qualities do you think this president needs to fulfill these roles? How has the presidency changed over the past 60 years?

113 11/15pg 90 Who should have more military power? AGENDA progress reports Share Article #2 grade scales Write the perfect FRQ scoring guide. Notes: Chief Executive & Legislative Leader (pg 91, 92) Rough Draft of your book critique due next week!!! HW: Article #3 & ?’s (pg 90), study for vocab quiz 4.2- add word- Unit Rule Obj; Students will examine the role Of the modern president

114 11-17 pg 94 Is the modern President too powerful? AGENDA : vocab quiz #4.2, perfect FRQ(only 1 will survive) Notes: Chief Diplomat (pg where you left off ) Domestic(Economy) Foreign Culminating Assignment Is the president doing his job? ?’s due Nov. 21 st Results due Nov. 28 th HW: no homework, C.B.R. rough draft due Monday. Obj; Students will examine and The rise in power of the Office of the President

115 11-21 pg 96 Put political cartoon here Explain this cartoon. Turn in your CBC rough draft to the tray on my desk. Agenda Chart: President’s EOP(pg 97), executive branch handout(pg 96) Presidential Poll Top 3 Labeling questions Share Questions Type, print & copy HW: Article #4 read highlight & annotate. Do Not ANSWER the FRQ, survey 10 people with your survey. You will share your results with the class on Monday. FYI vocab. quiz moved to Wednesday. Obj; Students will Examine The EOP and prepare their pres. poll

116 11/28pg 98 Were you surprised by the results of your survey? Make sure the results of your survey are ready to present. Agenda Present the results of your surveys. Return & discuss CBR rough draft Final CBR due on Dec. 8 th Complete FRQ in groups for article #4 The Lichtard scale Independent Notes: The election process{pg } (pg 99) HW: Article #5(pg 98) & study for vocab quiz 4.3, highlight notes from class. Obj; Students will examine Their preconceived ideas about credit

117 11/30pg 102 Agenda Vocab. quiz 4.3, notes check Discuss Article #5 Notes: Election strategy(pg101) Play the election game Notes from game (pg103) Political Cartoons Assignment. Due next class. (pg 104) HW: Article #6(pg 102), Last one. Obj; Students will examine Their preconceived ideas about credit Explain this cartoon

118 12/2pg 104 Sub: Agenda In teams of 4, discuss Article 6. Movie: Obama: Peoples president – Write down 20 ways that Obama Changed how the presidential campaign was conducted (pg 105) HW: Select an article and use it and all the other 6 to prepare for the Socratic Seminar next class. & study for Vocab quiz! List 5 characteristics of the perfect president.

119 12/6 Pg 106 What should the relationship between the congress & the president be? Turn in Cartoon assignment. Independent Notes : Congress & the President (pg 107) Prepare for Socratic Seminar Socratic Seminar : What should the relationship between congress & the president be?-Reflection on pg 106 HW: No homework, CBC due next class. Extra Credit if you present to the class. FYI: TEST & notebooks due NEXT WEEK.

120 12/8 pg.108 Book critique day!!!!! Agenda Extra credit for presenting your book critique. BOOK CRITIQUE DAY You have 20 to put your finishing touches on before presentations Presentations are 1 st come 1 st serve!!!! Review for TEST next class HW: Study for test & prepare for notebook turn in NEXT CLASS. Obj; Students will examine Their preconceived ideas about credit

121 End of the semester questions Complete on a page in your notebook for your notebook grade. 1. What is the best part of this class and why? 2. What study technique helped you learn the best? And why? 3. What was the worst part of this class?Why? 4. What would you change about this class? 5. Grade this class, support your answer 6. Did you create Flashcards for each unit? Do you think they are helpful? Why or Why not? Did you keep the flashcards to study for the final/AP test? 6. Anything else you want to say...

122 *12-14* Pg 110 What do you want to be when you grow up? And how will/has Hazelwood Central prepared you for this?(last journal)AGENDA Return test/ FRQ Evaluate and retry for ½ credit Compare book v AP questions Announce study group winners Discuss 2 nd semester test changes Discuss 2 nd semester test changes R eview for the FINAL!!! R eview for the FINAL!!! Introduce Winter Break Assignment(pg 109) Introduce Winter Break Assignment(pg 109) FYI: you may need a new notebook for 2 nd semester.

123 FINALS Thus/Dec. 16 th - 8 th period Friday/Dec.19 th - 1 st & 4 th period *Mon/Dec. 20 th - 5 th & 2 nd period *Tues./Dec. 21 st -3 rd & 7 th period Happy Holidays!!!!


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