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    Political Parties, Day 2- 10/04/11 Political Parties, Day 2- 10/04/11 Presentation Transcript

    • Do-Now
      • If you have colored pencils, please get them from your locker.
      • Work on your Do-Now & half sheet
    • Do-Now
      • Please complete your Do-Now silently.
      • Work on the half-sheet once you have completed your Do-Now.
    • Announcements
      • Citizenship Project
      • PowerPoint slides online?
    • Day 2! Political Parties
    • Take-Home Point
      • Are political parties more helpful or hurtful to the American political system? Explain your position.
    • Today’s Agenda
      • Do-Now + Announcements
      • Introduction to lesson
      • Review of yesterday
        • Discussion & HW
      • Today- Them political parties again!!
        • “ Red Hot or Cool as Ice”?
        • CNN news article + questions
        • Comparing, contrasting, and coloring!
      • Bye-Now
    • Review
      • What did we talk about yesterday?
      • What does “gun control” mean?
      • What does “liberal” or “conservative” mean?
    • Take out your homework
      • Functions of Political Parties
    • Red Hot or Cool as Ice?
      • Decide whether or not you think the description of a person means he/she is a Republican (Red Hot) or Democrat (Cool as Ice).
    •  
    • Professor Collins
      • John Collins, Ph.D., is a professor of history at the University of Virginia. He watches the news every night and gets sad when he hears politicians spending more money on defense. He thinks that you don’t need to spend a lot of money on defense because peace and love always win.
      • Do you think Professor Collins is Red Hot or Cool as Ice ?
    • Professor Collins
      • Is MOST LIKELY a Democrat
      • Why?
        • “ Ph.D.” = higher education
        • Wants less spending on defense
    • Jason Figgs
      • Jason Figgs is a 45 year-old family man- a wife, 3 kids, and 2 dogs. He works at a law firm in Washington, D.C. lives in the suburbs of the city. He’s pretty upset with the recent tax increases for the wealthy- he’s worked so hard, and now the govt is just going to take his money away from him!
      • Do you think Mr. Figgs is Red Hot or Cool as Ice ?
    • Jason Figgs
      • Is MOST LIKELY a Republican
      • Why?
        • Lives in Suburbs
        • Lawyer= most likely higher income
        • Lower taxes
    • Lucius Hall
      • Lucius Hall is from a small town in Georgia. He owns his car dealership, the only within 50 miles of his town. He recently got upset because his daughter, Meg, was told she could no longer pray in school. Lucius doesn’t understand why she can’t- she wasn’t trying to force other students to pray with her!
      • Do you think Lucius is Red Hot or Cool as Ice ?
    • Lucius Hall
      • Is MOST LIKELY a Republican
      • Why?
        • Small town
        • Business owner
        • In favor of prayer in school
    • Kelly Green
      • Kelly lives in New York City and works as a yoga/pilates instructor. In her free time, she likes to go to travel around the country and protest whenever an inmate is about to receive the death sentence.
      • Do you think Kelly is Red Hot or Cool as Ice ?
    • Kelly Green
      • Is MOST LIKELY a Democrat.
      • Why?
        • Female
        • Lives in a city
        • Against the death penalty
    • Political Parties
      • Analyzing Current Issues
    • Reading Questions
      • What is President Obama trying to do?
      • Who is against President Obama?
      • Why are they against him?
      • Describe the checks and balances that is taking place.
      • What are the consequences of this division between Democrats and Republicans?