Today we had a great conversation about prohibition and the use of the "public sphere" in American history. This was quickly connected to women's suffrage and an aim to establish the methods used by women to earn the right to vote.
Your homework is to review your partner's outline from today and to complete this Google Form.
Your rough draft is now due Monday (hard copy in class and on Turn It In).
Today we talked extensively about the expansion of citizenship rights overtime!
Your homework is to turn in your outline to TurnItIn and to bring a hard copy to class tomorrow.
Your goals for today:
Today was a work day for our Civics Research Paper. As a reminder, your research and sources are due to Turn It In before class on Thursday.
Today we continued to see our definition of citizenship change by evaluating it's definition overtime. We talked about the 14th amendment for a bit, the types of citizenship, and briefly evaluated the difference in privileges that each "type" has.
Your homework is to write a 10-question citizenship test for the United States, including an answer-key.
Today we took a pretty ridiculous literacy test in order to evaluate how Americans have had their rights taken away in the past. Then we defined citizenship and began to look at how the definition changed over time.