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16sep10 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. 16 Sep 10 Preamble Annotation
  • 2. Patriot ★Someone who loves and defends his or her country ★The Minutemen were some of the first patriots to sacrifice their lives for the country. Response Question: What does it mean to be loyal? Who are you loyal to?
  • 3. 16 Sep Agenda ★ Cultural Literacy (CLT) Patriot ★ American Dream Video/Notetaking Skills ★ Annotation of Preamble to the Constitution ★ Exit Ticket/Homework ★ Closure
  • 4. Cornell Notes • Students will write down quotes from the people interviewed in the video that they found interesting in the 2nd column • Students go back to write thoughts about American Dream in the 1st column • After the video, students summarize new ideas about American Dream & its relationship to Horatio Alger in bottom
  • 5. Annotation Protocols 1. Underline words, phrases & sentences that are important to understanding the selection. 2. Above words you don’t know, write a synonym from a dictionary or thesaurus. 3. Write a (P) over underlined words, phrases or sentences which lead to a prediction. 4. Write an exclamation mark (!) over underlined text where you make a connection with other ideas. 5. Write an equals sign (=) over underlined text where you make a connection with other ideas. 6. Write a question mark (?) over underlined text that you have questions to be answered.
  • 6. Preamble to the United States Constitution We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our prosperity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.
  • 7. Exit Ticket/Homework ✤Exit Ticket: Cornell Notes on American Dream Video & HO1.1 ✤Homework: HO1.2 OOOOOORRAAAAAHHH
  • 8. Closure