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  • 1. American Government February 22nd to 26th
  • 2. Monday 2/22
    • Quiz #2
    • Organize SOTU project- copy/paste the rubric on the wiki/SOTU page
    • Lesson #5 due tomorrow (Tuesday 2/23)
  • 3. SOTU Assessment Place at the top of your SOTU project. Sign up for the presentations (Done).
    • American Government
    • SOTU Project
    • Names/Name Period
    • Grade Contract _____ . #___ of surveys assigned.
    • #___ of surveys completed.
    • 1. 1 2 3 4 5 Overall Description of participants
    • 2. 1 2 3 4 5 Question 1,2,….
    • 3. 1 2 3 4 5 Tally
    • 4. 1 2 3 4 5 Conclusion/
    • 5. 1 2 3 4 5 Recommendation
  • 4. Tuesday 2/23
    • Hw collected: lesson 5
    • SOTU presentations
  • 5. Wednesday 2/24
    • SOTU reports today
      • 2 nd period-Emily, Ryan - Friday
      • 3 rd period-Friday- Seth, Taylor,Jack
    • Current Events
      • U.S. House of Representatives hearing-Toyota/”I lost control”
      • Terror Suspect Pleads Guilty
      • School Spying Case
  • 6. Thursday 2/25 Current Political Events
    • List the topic and
      • identify the person/group
      • describe the event/issue
    • Toyota Congressional hearings
  • 7. Thursday 2/25
    • SOTU Projects today
      • 2 nd period- Ricky, Eric, Rachel, Jess, Maggie
      • 3 rd period-Mike, Derek, Caitlin, Jess, Aly
      • Class discussions- + on task ++ comment, question/ alert, engaged/ off task-
  • 8. Thursday
    • Place the following list (individual models) in proper sequence from #1 to #5 (vehicle assembly & parts manufactured)
    • ___Ford F-150
    • ___Chevrolet malibu
    • ___Toyota Camry
    • ___Chevy Silverado 1500
    • ___Honda Odyssey
  • 9. Current Events
    • The federal government should regulate auto manufacturing.
    • 5 SA
    • 4 A
    • 3 Undecided
    • 2 DA
    • 1 SDA
  • 10. Thursday (2 nd period)
    • Attorney General- Eric Holder
    • Terrorist- Zazi
    • What was he planning to do?
    • Conspiracy- planning to commit
    • Civilian Courts – Political issue
  • 11. Monday 3/1
    • WTP- How does congress represent the people and the states? PP 147-148 & (notes)
    • WTP-What theories of representation guide members of congress? PP 148-149 (notes)
    • Current events- reconciliation, gerrymandering, census, enumeration, redistricting, incumbent, partisan
    • Tomorrow: We will continue with the following student SOTU reports:
      • 2 nd period- Ricky, Eric, Rachel, Jess, Maggie
      • 3 rd period-Mike, Derek, Caitlin, Jess, Aly
      • Class discussions- + on task ++ comment, question/ alert, engaged/ off task-
    • WTP HW lesson #6
  • 12. Tuesday 3/2 Full Moon
    • Check for Understanding
    • Lesson #6 due Wednesday
    • Current events quiz Friday
    • SOTU Projects today:
  • 13. Tuesday 3/2
    • 1.___gerrymandering,
    • 2.___Census
    • 3.___Redistricting,
    • 4.___Incumbent,
    • 5.___Partisan (politics)
    • 6.___Constituent
    • A. Article I,sec.2
    • B. existing holder of political office
    • C. Citizen represented by an elected official.
    • D. redistribution of political borders following a census
    • E. district boundaries are deliberately modified for electoral purposes.
    • F. fervent political support
    • G. Enumeration,
  • 14. Wednesday 3/3
    • SOTU Reports today
    • Lesson 6 Q/A collected
    • Quiz Friday
      • WTP- How does congress represent the people and the states? PP 147-148 & (notes)
      • WTP-What theories of representation guide members of congress? PP 148-149 (notes)
      • Review tomorrow
  • 15.
    • “ Laws are like sausages, it is better not to see them being made.”
            • Otto von Bismark
  • 16. Wednesday
    • U. S. Representative is…
    • State Representative is… Mike Turzai
    • U.S. Senate … Arlen Specter & Scranton?
    • Fall elections… who will be running for office? Everyone in the …. House of Rep.
    • State Senator is Jane Orie majority whip
    • 435/ 2 each state 100 total
    • What party? Switched from R to D
    • Moderate / primary election Toomey
    • Why did AS change parties?
  • 17. Thursday 3/4
    • SOTU presentations
    • Current events
    • Laptops w/ quiz review
    • Quiz is posted on the unit I page
    • Quiz-Tuesday
  • 18. Thursday 3/3
    • Who were the Federalists ?
    • Anti-Federalists ?
    • Advocated for a strong central government.
    • Were fearful and mistrusted SCG. Advocated for a bill of rights.
    • What are the two theories of representation?
      • Trustee – gain constituents trust and exercise their own best judgment on public policy.
      • Delegate theory - mirror their constitutents’ views
  • 19. Friday 3/5 Current Events
    • List topic and describe concept /event/issue
      • Comparing college costs
      • College/High School $$ Student Protests
      • Reconciliation
      • Filibuster/Cloture
      • How does a bill become a law? Quick version
      • Health care do or die / Republican Response
      • Bipartisanship
      • Senator Shelby
        • Trustee or Delegate form of representation?
  • 20. Friday 3/5
    • Quiz Tuesday (including 3/5 current events) Quiz doc will be amended.
    • Current Events
    • Monday-Assignments/ Grades
    • SOTU Reports
      • 3rd period-Rachel, Jess, Maggie, Sean, Russell
      • 4 th period-Taylor, Seth, Jack, Erin, Sam
  • 21. Monday 3/8
    • Laptops today
    • Quiz Tuesday (Ms. Donna Manco sub)
    • Lesson #7 due Thursday (posted Tuesday)
    • Class participation rubric on main page
    • SOTU Reports
      • 3rd period-Rachel, Jess, Maggie,
      • Wednesday-Sean, Russell
      • 4 th period-Taylor, Seth, Jack, Erin, Sam
  • 22. Class Discussion Ground Rules (3 rd period)
    • Raise your hand before speaking
    • One person speaking at a time
    • Be respectful. Challenge ideas don’t attack people.
    • Try to stay “on topic”
    • Listen, Think, Comment
    • “Reasonable” time limit comment