Today we took our final. It was a blast.
Today we continued to prepare for our final, which is on Wednesday.
Today we studied. You should continue to study at home.
Today we talked about everything you aren't supposed to talk about over dinner. It was awesome.
Your study guide is posted below.
Today we continued research for our dinner party tomorrow. We spent the period looking into current events, politics, and controversies.
Tomorrow we will have our anti-dinner party dinner party.
Today we started research for our Anti-Dinner Dinner Party on Tuesday.
Yesterday, we watched the attached video before filling out the attached worksheet.
Here are the instructions for today:
Draw and annotate your most ideal political candidate
What does this person look like? What beliefs do they hold? What history and experience do they have? Why are they your ideal candidate?
A paragraph justifying your candidate
Also, your final study guide is attached below.
Today we are continuing our discussion of political beliefs! Here are some instructions. Whatever you do not finish in class will be homework:
1. Take this quiz: https://www.isidewith.com/political-quiz
2. Then, skim the Republican Party Platform
3. Then, skim the Democratic Party Platform
4. In a detailed paragraph, respond to the following questions: (hard copy or Turn It In)
What was your initial quiz result?
Did anything surprise you?
After reading the party platforms, which party do you most align with? Why?
Which issues attract you the most to that party?
SECOND PERIOD: Today we made political posters for 3rd Parties. Your homework is to finish the poster you started in class:
Create a recruitment poster for a 3rd Party of your choice
Logos, Ethos, and Pathos
5/6: You don't have any homework.
Today we continued our political party research by filling out the attached sheet (which is due tomorrow).
Your homework tonight is to research a 3rd American Political party
Record the following information:
History (Who? When? Where? Why?)
Slogan and Logo
Political Success (if there is any)
Today we defined political parties. We looked at their purpose, goal, and organization. Then we talked about elections. We decided that we don't really vote for parties (or shouldn't) but for people. Then we began researching the 3 main candidates for President to better understand how each party functions.
You don't have any homework tonight.