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  1. Objective: Analyze the individual rights that influence individual 
participation in U.S. political culture Content: Ideology and activism Skills: Classification, communication Essential question: How does pluralism support or diminish the principles of the Constitution? Agenda: 1) Debrief socratic seminar : more ideas in CTR#3; compliments 2) Political ideology quiz 3) Political culture and civil society 4) CARE gender activity HW: Study for the Unit 3.1 CFA CTR#3 draft for peer review

  2. Complete the political issues survey on page 11 of your guided notetaking packet. Please do this work on your own and respect your colleagues' privacy. When done, begin reading sections 7.4 and 7.5 and complete pages 1 and 2 of the packet.

  3. President Obama Candidate Romney Senator Boxer Candidate Santorum centrist conservative liberal Rush Limbaugh Candidate Gingrich Candidate Paul

  4. Revisit the political ideology quiz and indicate issues that are 1. of significance to you, 2. of importance to our nation, 3. are divisive for our nation. 4. How have these issues impacted American political culture and the American political  system?   5. Are the factions created by these issues too destructive to our 
political discourse? Is there room for centrists (moderates) in these 
debates? Candidate Romney Rush Limbaugh Candidate Santorum Senator Boxer President Obama liberal centrist conservative

  5. Unit 3.1 CFA.docx

  6. CARE Workshops: Gender Objective: To explore gender roles and to encourage acceptance of self. 6 Boxes Activity: During this activity, it is important that you show respect for differences, confidentiality, and for taking risks.

  7. Overview/Directions:  This is a silent activity. Get out a piece of paper and fold it lengthwise (hotdog), and then fold into thirds. Open it up, and you should have 6 boxes. Number the boxes 1-6. Draw a response to prompt #1 in Box 1, response to prompt #2 in Box 2, and so on. Your drawings can be symbolic or representational of an idea.

  8. Prompts for boxes – “Draw a…” 1. Quality you like most about yourself. 2. For your own gender, draw positive qualities about being a man or a woman. 3. Quality you would change about yourself. 4. A time when you were categorized or stereotyped because of your gender. 5. List names you have been called when you did not fit into traditional gender roles. 6. What is a quality about you that crosses gender lines?

  9. Post-Activity/Debriefing: Remember that during this activity, it is important that you show support and respect for differences, confidentiality, and for taking risks. Turn to your partner, and if you would like, share 2 boxes. Debrief: Would like to share any of your drawings with the class as a whole? Debrief: What can be learned from this activity?

  10. Objective: Analyze the individual rights that influence individual 
participation in U.S. political culture Content: Ideology and activism Skills: Judgment, communication, assessment Essential question: How does pluralism support or diminish the principles of the Constitution? Agenda: 1) Gender issues review 2) CFA for Unit 3.1: 3) CTR#3 peer review HW: Complete pages 1 and 2 of the guided reading thus reading 7.4, 7.5, 10.1, 10.2 and 10.6

  11. Name: Period: Individual Rights Formative Assessment 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

  12. Name: Period: Individual Rights Formative Assessment 7. B 8. D 9. A 10. C 11. B 12. A 1. G 2. E 3. C 4. K 5. I 6. J

  13. CTR#3: Read and note, with the symbol in a different color, where there: defintion   is the most current definition/interpretation of the right. currentis a description of current conflicts and concerns related to the protection or limitation of the right. protect or limitis an explanation of why the right should be protected or limited. Constitution are specifics from the Constitution. SCOTUS is a Supreme Court case applied. ADV/how is an explanation of how the right should be protected or limited. ADV/2SCOTUS or ADV/leg is a second Supreme Court Case or legislation that impacts the right. Add constructive commentary and suggestions and SIGN!

  14. Objective: Analyze the individual rights that influence individual 
participation in U.S. political culture Content: Campaigns and elections Skills: application, prediction, collaboration, classification, communication Essential question: How does our campaign finance system and patterns of voter turnout support and diminish the principles of the Constitution? Agenda: Analyzing voter behavior HW: Complete page 3 and Read section 8.2 and complete page 4 of the packet.

  15. http://thebizjam.com/2010/12/21/2010-census-maps-of-us-population-change-density-
apportionment/http://thebizjam.com/2010/12/21/2010-census-maps-of-us-population-change-density-
apportionment/

  16. Electoral College 2012

  17. Factors that Affect Voter Turnout Objective: To examine data on voter turnout from the Census Bureau and attempt to determine what are the factors that affect voter turnout and consider what impact these have on our political system. Part 1: Compiling Statistics Directions: You are going to work with 2 partners. Using the various figures and tables provided from the Census Bureau, respond to the questions from the part one: Factors that Affect Voter turnout (blue sheet) on your own paper. Divide up the questions and use the packet provided and share answers. You are compiling data to help you respond to questions on page 3 of your guided reading and notetaking packet. Discuss answers together. PLEASE DO NOT WRITE ON THE DATA packet OR the BLUE SHEET!

  18. Voter Participation Data Analysis What data did you find to be most interesting, surprising, or 
significant? Why?

  19. Chapter 7 - Section 7.4 1. Which shared political value do you believe is most important to the 
US way of life? Why? justice and rule of law optimism individualism civic duty equality free enterprise democracy liberty patriotism

  20. 7.5 (page 2) 3. Define civil society 4. Define social capital. 5. Explain which of the four categories of civic engagement best describes you now. The disengaged Dual activitists Electoral specialists Civic specialists 6. Explain which of the four categories of civic engagement you hope describes you in the future.

  21. Pluralism is a civil society where diverse groups maintain cultural differences but share overall political and economic power. 7. After revisiting the list of USA's shared political values on pages 129-130, why isn't pluralism included on the list? 8. Should it be? If so, how do we protect and support this value? Did our gender awareness activity add to your understanding of these issues? If so, how?

  22. Chapter 10.1 1. ...to win an election you must win a ______________________ of votes which is best described as ______________________ __________________________________________________. This means that the US also has a _______________________ system which creates an electoral system where____________ ____________________________________________________. Good or not? Change and How?

  23. 10.2 2. Requirements to vote: 3. What are some of the reasons for low voter turn out?

  24. Chapter 10.6 page 197

  25. Factors that Affect Voter turnout 2. Create a profile of the individual who is most likely to vote. Explain your response.

  26. 4. Does voter turn out really matter? Why or Why not?

  27. 5. ...what can be done to increase voter turn out?

  28. 10.4 page 187 2008 = 63.6% 2010 = 41.7% 2012 = 58.7%

  29. raise funds for a campaign recruit organize and inform 8.2 1. What political parties do loyal opposition unite and make action possible and create a platform organize the government

  30. Chapter 8 - Section 8.2 2. List at least four beliefs held by each party. Republicans Democrats

  31. 8.2 page 144

  32. 3. What are the four different types of third parties? Tell us your favorite.

  33. Chapter 8 - Section 8.2 4. What function do third parties serve in American politics?

  34. http://www.archives.gov/federal-register/electoral-college/map/historic.html#1992http://www.archives.gov/federal-register/electoral-college/map/historic.html#1992

  35. Chapter 7 - Section 7.4 1. Which shared political value do you believe is most important to the 
US way of life? Why? justice and rule of law optimism individualism civic duty equality free enterprise democracy liberty patriotism

  36. 7.5 (page 2) 3. Define civil society 4. Define social capital. 5. Explain which of the four categories of civic engagement best describes you now. The disengaged Dual activitists Electoral specialists Civic specialists 6. Explain which of the four categories of civic engagement you hope describes you in the future.

  37. Pluralism is a civil society where diverse groups maintain cultural differences but share overall political and economic power. 7. After revisiting the list of USA's shared political values on pages 129-130, why isn't pluralism included on the list? 8. Should it be? If so, how do we protect and support this value? Did our gender awareness activity add to your understanding of these issues? If so, how?

  38. Chapter 10.1 1. ...to win an election you must win a ______________________ of votes which is best described as ______________________ __________________________________________________. This means that the US also has a _______________________ system which creates an electoral system where____________ ____________________________________________________. Good or not? Change and How?

  39. 10.2 2. Requirements to vote: 3. What are some of the reasons for low voter turn out?

  40. Chapter 10.6 page 197

  41. Factors that Affect Voter turnout 2. Create a profile of the individual who is most likely to vote. Explain your response.

  42. 4. Does voter turn out really matter? Why or Why not?

  43. 5. ...what can be done to increase voter turn out?