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  1. What Comes Next? • What lines/phrases do you think have a special meaning? (you may underline!) • What is King George’s overall meaning?

  2. Today’s Question: What comes next for the United States of America?

  3. Agenda: • In groups: read the information about a historical figure and discuss what kind of government they would want • Press conference • Letter to the founders

  4. Government: Any group of people living together in a country, state, city, or local community live by certain rules.The system of rules and the people who make and administer them is known as a government.

  5. Press Conference:

  6. Press Conference:Today, 5 historical figures from the will meet to discuss what kind of government the United States should adopt. John Locke Abigail Adams King Louis XIV Benjamin Banneker Hiawatha

  7. Prepare for Press Conference • Read the biography aloud. Stop and talk about the questions as you go. • Keep in mind—what type of government would this person want?

  8. Create your questions: Create 4 questions to ask your historical figure during the press conference. These questions should help the class understand what kind of government your historical figure would want.

  9. Jobs: Actor: takes on the role of your historical figure at the panel discussion Reporters: each reporter should ask your historical figure 1 question at the panel discussion

  10. Louis XIV

  11. Abigail Adams

  12. John Locke

  13. Benjamin Banneker

  14. Hiawatha

  15. Which speaker (s) do you agree with? On the left side of your notebook, write a letter to the founders of our country. In the first paragraph, describe what you heard a the press conference. In the 2nd paragraph, tell them whose ideas you agree with, whose you disagree with, and which ideas should be included in the American government.