U3.LP7: Vocabulary Review

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  • U3.LP7: Vocabulary Review

    1. 1. Warm-UpRead and answer the question on the front of your notes packet.
    2. 2. Warm-UpRead and answer the question on the front of your notes packet.
    3. 3. ObjectiveStudents will review key vocabulary terms in order to master the Unit 3 Assessment.
    4. 4. Agenda• Objective and Warm-Up• INM: Key terms for Unit 3• INM: Surprise!!!!• GP: Vocabulary Review Game• IP: Individual Vocabulary Work• Exit Slip
    5. 5. Agenda• Objective and Warm-Up• INM: Key terms for Unit 3• INM: Surprise!!!!• GP: Vocabulary Review Game• IP: Individual Vocabulary Work• Exit Slip
    6. 6. Agenda• Objective and Warm-Up• INM: Key terms for Unit 3• INM: Surprise!!!!• GP: Vocabulary Review Game• IP: Individual Vocabulary Work• Exit Slip
    7. 7. The Terms
    8. 8. The Terms• Pay close attention as we cover eight key vocabulary terms from Unit 3.
    9. 9. The Terms• Pay close attention as we cover eight key vocabulary terms from Unit 3.• You must fill in the definition, we will then fill in the actors together, and then you will write a sentence using the word.
    10. 10. Candidate Definition: TextA person who wants to bean elected official and ACTORS:campaigns to win anelection.Sentence: __________________________________
    11. 11. Campaign Definition: TextThe competition by rivalpolitical candidates and ACTORS:organizations for publicoffice.Sentence: __________________________________
    12. 12. Political Parties Definition: A political organization that seeks to influence government policy by ACTORS: trying to get candidatesfrom their party elected.Sentence: __________________________________
    13. 13. Initiative LAW Definition: When people petitionto create a law, and the ACTORS:general public votes on it.Sentence: __________________________________
    14. 14. Issue Referendum Definition: A legislator, or representative, makes a ACTORS:law and then the people vote on it.Sentence: __________________________________
    15. 15. Interest Groups Definition:A group of people who have organized to change government ACTORS: policy on a specific issue.Sentence: __________________________________
    16. 16. Lobbying Definition: The act of trying topersuade a government ACTORS: official.Sentence: __________________________________
    17. 17. Media Bias Definition: When a media sourcedemonstrates negativity ACTORS:or favoritism towards a group or individual.Sentence: __________________________________
    18. 18. Are you ready?For the best seven minutes of your life?It’s time, for musical flashcards.
    19. 19. As the music plays you will...
    20. 20. As the music plays you will...• Match the picture on the flashcard to the one on the paper.
    21. 21. As the music plays you will...• Match the picture on the flashcard to the one on the paper.• Write down the word on the flashcard in the correct spot.
    22. 22. As the music plays you will...• Match the picture on the flashcard to the one on the paper.• Write down the word on the flashcard in the correct spot.• Write down the definition in the correct spot.
    23. 23. When the music stops you will...
    24. 24. When the music stops you will...• Stop writing.
    25. 25. When the music stops you will...• Stop writing.• Listen for the call of “Pass!!!”
    26. 26. When the music stops you will...• Stop writing.• Listen for the call of “Pass!!!”• Pass the flashcard in the designated direction.
    27. 27. Bust out the clickers please.It’s time to check for understanding.
    28. 28. 1. The following is an example of an initiativea. The senate creates an immigration law to restrict thenumber of people entering the United States  b. Citizens vote to remove from office a Governor whohas been caught stealing state funds.  c. Legislators create banning the use of slot machines ina state and the citizens vote to pass it. d. a citizen group writes a law to protect a forest nearLos Angeles that is threatened by urban growth,Citizens of California vote to pass it.
    29. 29. 2. The purpose of political parties is toa. influence government by lobbying elected officials. b. to win votes and gain positions in government c. influence public opinion by reporting information andopinionsd. register voters and conduct elections 
    30. 30. 3. Campaigns end with a general election, this is whena. voters choose a candidate to represent them ingovernment. b. political parties nominate a candidate to run foroffice. c. voters choose a candidate from each political party. d. media predicts a winner of an election
    31. 31. 4. Polling is used by candidates and elected officials in allof the ways except:a. to determine peoples opinions b. to determine what the people want from theirgovernment c. to predict what elected officials have done ingovernmentd. to predict who will win an election
    32. 32. 5. Interest Groups are different from Political parties inall of the ways exceptA. they focus on one issueB. they work from outside of government C. they are more powerful if they have more moneyand membersD. they attempt to influence government
    33. 33. Guided Practice
    34. 34. Guided PracticeWe are going to play a game of BINGO.
    35. 35. Guided PracticeWe are going to play a game of BINGO.Listen for a quick definition of a word.
    36. 36. Guided Practice We are going to play a game of BINGO. Listen for a quick definition of a word.Find the word on your Bingo board--if you have it, and cross it off.
    37. 37. Guided Practice We are going to play a game of BINGO. Listen for a quick definition of a word.Find the word on your Bingo board--if you have it, and cross it off.
    38. 38. HOMEWORKPay attention to the next slide.
    39. 39. Independent Practice
    40. 40. Independent Practice• Complete the vocabulary worksheet on your own.
    41. 41. Independent Practice• Complete the vocabulary worksheet on your own.• There are 40 questions, and whatever you don’t finish will be your homework for the evening.
    42. 42. Independent Practice
    43. 43. Independent Practice• On the back side of your sheet of paper, complete the following half-page free write:
    44. 44. Independent Practice• On the back side of your sheet of paper, complete the following half-page free write: • Why does media matter in politics?
    45. 45. Exit Slip:1. You will have 5 minutes to complete today’s exit slip.2. Please only write the letter of your answer in the appropriate blank.3. Complete it in silence.4. When you are done, carefully check over your answers.5. After checking your answers, please begin your homework.
    46. 46. 3, 2, 1, See Ya!What are 3 things that you learned today?What are 2 things that confused you?What is 1 thing you want to know moreabout?

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