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# Ice Cream Law Making Simulation

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### Ice Cream Law Making Simulation

1. 1. Critical T hinking and Following Direction Civics
2. 2. Block A  Group 1  Group 2 • Emilie • Kaylee • James • Austin • Casey • Troy • George • Katelyn • Brian • Alex • Jackie • Byron • Danielle • Natalie • John
3. 3. Block C  Group 1  Group 2 • Jaime • Leandro • Josh • Khatrina • Sean • Jess • Katie • Greg • Hayatt • Nick • Bukola • Meg
4. 4. Block D  Group 1  Group 2 • Billy • Aditya • Brandon • Ray • Colin • Kory • Ali • Kyle • Jacob • Tom • Kaylin • Brielle • Taylor • Jennifer • Jamie • Lea • Hannah • Nicole • Mackenzie
5. 5. Block H  Group 1  Group 2 • Tyrell • Carissa • Meaghan • Billy • Evan • Amanda • Sierra • K.C. • Davey • Ken • Alice • Victoria • Chris • James • Melanie • Jamie • Natasha • Margaret • Alexandra • Alex • Rebecca
6. 6. 1 Group: The Process  Step 1 • Each group chooses a group leader by a vote • Only the group majority are allowed to vote for a leader • The person that gets the most votes is the leader  Step 2 • Each group then chooses 5 members to become a committee
7. 7. 2 Group: The Process  Step 3 • Look over the ice cream list and decide what ice cream you want to have. • Discuss the ice cream choices with one or two members in the group. What do they think? • On a piece of paper write down the names of the ice cream that you want (only one choice per piece of paper). • Submit each piece of paper to the group leader
8. 8. Ice Cream Flavors After Dinner Mint Choc ‘N’ Awe German Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge Sherbets and Ices Almond Joy Chocolate Almond Gold Mine Peppermint Flash Daiquiri Ice Apple Strudel Chocolate Chip Hawaiian Fruit Cup Pirate’s Plunder Key Lime Sherbet Baja Chocolate Chocolate Chip Special Heath 'N' Cream Pistachio Lemon Ice Banana Chocolate Fudge Brownie Heavenly Hash Pistachio Almond Lime Sherbet Banana Cream Pie Chocolate Peanut Butter Kahlua Almond Fudge Pumpkin (Seasonal) Orange Sherbet Banana Nut Chocolate Rasp. Truffle Key Lime Pie Raspberry Truffle Pineapple Sherbet Banana Strawberry Cinnamon Lemon Custard Red Raspberry Rainbow Sherbet Bearclaw® Coconut Mackinac Classic Reese Raspberry Sherbet Black Cherry Coconut Pineapple Fudge® Road Trip Raspberry Sorbet Black Raspberry Coffee Mackinac Turtle Rocky Road Tangerine Ice Black Walnut Coffee Chip Fudge® Rum Raisin Tangerine Sorbet Blueberry Cola Float Malt Ball Fudge SMURF Watermelon Sherbet Bubble Gum Cookie Dough Maple Walnut Snickers Butter Pecan Cookies ‘N’ Cream Midnight Chocolate Special Praline Butterfinger Cotton Candy Milky Way Stellar Coffee Butterscotch Swirl Creamy Praline Mint Chip Strawberry Cake Batter Decorating Vanilla Mint Chip Special Strawberry Cheesecake Cappuccino Chip Double Chocolate Chip Mint Cookies ‘N’ Cream Sunken Treasure® Captain’s Chocolate Dreamlike Mississippi Mud Superman Caramel Caribou® Dulce De Leche Moose Tracks® Twix Cheesecake Egg Nog (Seasonal) Mountain Mocha Vanilla Cheesecake Elephant Ears Nutty Coconut Vanilla Bean Cheesecake Extreme Chocolate Orange Pineapple Vanilla Fudge Cherries ‘N Cream Eyes Wide Open Palm Beach Vanilla Raspberry Chip Cherry Oblivion French Vanilla Peach Winter Holiday Cherry Vanilla Garbage Can®
9. 9. 3 Group: The Process  Step 4 • The group leader then submits the ice cream choices to the committee
10. 10. 4 Committee: The Process  Step 1 • Committee members review the choices made by the group and decide if the choices submitted are worthy enough to be brought to a vote before the whole group • A majority vote in the committee is needed to deem the ice cream choice worthy
11. 11. 5 The Group: Discussion  Step 1 • The committee then presents the worthy ice cream choices to the entire group for discussion and debate • The entire group then votes on the ice cream choices presented by the committee that they want • Each group member can only vote once
12. 12. 6 Conference Time  Step 1 • The committees from each group gather together to discuss the ice cream choice chosen by their group
13. 13. 7 Conference Time  Step 2 • Resolve any differences if each group is presenting a different ice cream choice • Can you compromise? • Is compromise impossible? • Inform me of the results of the group conference • A decision has been made • Compromise is not possible
14. 14. 8 Class Vote  Step 1 • The entire class votes on the ice cream choice agreed on by the conference committee  Step 2: What occurred? • The Ice Cream Choice: • Received a Majority of the Class Vote • Failed To Receive a Majority of the Class Vote
15. 15. 9 My Voice  Step 1 • Have the class leader present the ice cream choice to me for my approval  Step 2: What Occurred? • I Approved the Ice Cream Choice • I Disapproved of the Ice Cream Choice
16. 16. Congratulations!  You’ve successfully gone through the same lengthy, detailed, and sometimes frustrating process that lawmakers go through in order to turn a bill into a law!