Objective

SWBAT analyze primary source documents in order to
   examine the origins of American Government.

            ...
Agenda

• Objective and Warm-Up
• INM: The Magna Carta and Locke
• GP: How to evaluate a Primary Source Document
• IP: Eva...
Agenda

• Objective and Warm-Up
• INM: The Magna Carta and Locke
• GP: How to evaluate a Primary Source Document
• IP: Eva...
How you did as a
          class...
       Exit Slips        Unit 1 Exam        Untitled 1

100                           ...
DEFINITION       DRAWING or DESCRIPTION




      limited government
EXAMPLE           NON-EXAMPLE
DEFINITION              DRAWING or DESCRIPTION



  a government where
leaders do not have all of
       the power.


    ...
DEFINITION              DRAWING or DESCRIPTION



  a government where
leaders do not have all of
       the power.


    ...
DEFINITION              DRAWING or DESCRIPTION



  a government where
leaders do not have all of
       the power.


    ...
DEFINITION              DRAWING or DESCRIPTION



  a government where               40%
                                 ...
DEFINITION              DRAWING or DESCRIPTION



  a government where               40%
                                 ...
DEFINITION           DRAWING or
                    DESCRIPTION




        social contract
EXAMPLE            NON-EXAMPLE
DEFINITION              DRAWING or
                            DESCRIPTION
 when society agrees to
  give up control to a
...
DEFINITION               DRAWING or
                             DESCRIPTION
 when society agrees to
  give up control to ...
DEFINITION               DRAWING or
                             DESCRIPTION
 when society agrees to
  give up control to ...
The Magna Carta
The Magna Carta

• Presents the concept of limited government.
The Magna Carta

• Presents the concept of limited government.
• Government cannot do things, such as tax people,
  withou...
The Magna Carta

• Presents the concept of limited government.
• Government cannot do things, such as tax people,
  withou...
The Magna Carta

• Presents the concept of limited government.
• Government cannot do things, such as tax people,
  withou...
Thomas Hobbes
Thomas Hobbes

• A social contract theorist
Thomas Hobbes

• A social contract theorist
• Believes people will be at war without government
   • Without government, l...
Thomas Hobbes

• A social contract theorist
• Believes people will be at war without government
   • Without government, l...
Thomas Hobbes

• A social contract theorist
• Believes people will be at war without government
   • Without government, l...
John Locke
John Locke

• A social contract theorist
John Locke

• A social contract theorist
• Believes that people are naturally peaceful
John Locke

• A social contract theorist
• Believes that people are naturally peaceful
• Society enters an agreement to be...
John Locke

• A social contract theorist
• Believes that people are naturally peaceful
• Society enters an agreement to be...
John Locke

• A social contract theorist
• Believes that people are naturally peaceful
• Society enters an agreement to be...
Primary Source Documents
Primary Source Documents

• What is a Primary Source document?
Primary Source Documents

• What is a Primary Source document?
  • A document or speech that is closest to the
      perso...
Primary Source Documents

• What is a Primary Source document?
  • A document or speech that is closest to the
      perso...
Primary Source Documents

• What is a Primary Source document?
  • A document or speech that is closest to the
      perso...
Primary Source Documents

• What is a Primary Source document?
  • A document or speech that is closest to the
      perso...
Primary Source Documents

• What is a Primary Source document?
  • A document or speech that is closest to the
      perso...
What is AP-PARTS?
                 Fill in the blanks...
A   uthor                     Who created it?

P   lace and time ...
What is AP-PARTS?
A   uthor                Who created it?

P   lace and time    When and where was it produced?

P   rior...
Guided Practice
Guided Practice


• Take out a copy of the Government text book
Guided Practice


• Take out a copy of the Government text book
• Turn to page 35, and the section titled Limited
  Govern...
Guided Practice


• Take out a copy of the Government text book
• Turn to page 35, and the section titled Limited
  Govern...
Guided Practice


• Take out a copy of the Government text book
• Turn to page 35, and the section titled Limited
  Govern...
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British Landowners (Nobles) and signed by
A                  King John

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British Landowners (Nobles) and signed by
A                  King John

P                England in 1215


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British Landowners (Nobles) and signed by
A                    King John

P                    England in 1215

    People...
British Landowners (Nobles) and signed by
A                    King John

P                    England in 1215

    People...
British Landowners (Nobles) and signed by
A                    King John

P                    England in 1215

    People...
British Landowners (Nobles) and signed by
A                    King John

P                    England in 1215

    People...
British Landowners (Nobles) and signed by
A                    King John

P                    England in 1215

    People...
Independent Practice

• Partner with a person next to you;
• Turn to page 806 in your text;
• Complete the AP-PARTS graphi...
Homework:



Fill in the flashcard worksheet by writing in the
definition for each term included.
All terms were covered in ...
Exit Slip:

1. You will have 5 minutes to complete today’s exit slip.
2. Please only write the letter of your answer in th...
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...
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  • U2.lp1.originsof americangovernment

    1. 1. Objective SWBAT analyze primary source documents in order to examine the origins of American Government. Warm-Up Make a Frayer Model for Unitary Government DEFINITION DRAWING or DESCRIPTION Unitary Government EXAMPLE NON-EXAMPLE
    2. 2. Agenda • Objective and Warm-Up • INM: The Magna Carta and Locke • GP: How to evaluate a Primary Source Document • IP: Evaluating Two Treatises of Government • Exit Slip
    3. 3. Agenda • Objective and Warm-Up • INM: The Magna Carta and Locke • GP: How to evaluate a Primary Source Document • IP: Evaluating Two Treatises of Government • Exit Slip
    4. 4. How you did as a class... Exit Slips Unit 1 Exam Untitled 1 100 100 75 75 50 50 25 25 0 0 2A 3A 4A 1B 4B
    5. 5. DEFINITION DRAWING or DESCRIPTION limited government EXAMPLE NON-EXAMPLE
    6. 6. DEFINITION DRAWING or DESCRIPTION a government where leaders do not have all of the power. limited government EXAMPLE NON-EXAMPLE
    7. 7. DEFINITION DRAWING or DESCRIPTION a government where leaders do not have all of the power. limited government EXAMPLE NON-EXAMPLE U.S.A. gov’t is limited because of the Constitution
    8. 8. DEFINITION DRAWING or DESCRIPTION a government where leaders do not have all of the power. limited government EXAMPLE NON-EXAMPLE U.S.A. gov’t is limited A totalitarian because of the dictatorship Constitution
    9. 9. DEFINITION DRAWING or DESCRIPTION a government where 40% 60% leaders do not have all of the power. limited government EXAMPLE NON-EXAMPLE U.S.A. gov’t is limited A totalitarian because of the dictatorship Constitution
    10. 10. DEFINITION DRAWING or DESCRIPTION a government where 40% 60% leaders do not have all of the power. Power with the people Power with Government limited government EXAMPLE NON-EXAMPLE U.S.A. gov’t is limited A totalitarian because of the dictatorship Constitution
    11. 11. DEFINITION DRAWING or DESCRIPTION social contract EXAMPLE NON-EXAMPLE
    12. 12. DEFINITION DRAWING or DESCRIPTION when society agrees to give up control to a government in exchange for a benefit. social contract EXAMPLE NON-EXAMPLE
    13. 13. DEFINITION DRAWING or DESCRIPTION when society agrees to give up control to a government in exchange for a benefit. social contract EXAMPLE NON-EXAMPLE You agree to follow class rules in order to receive knowledge
    14. 14. DEFINITION DRAWING or DESCRIPTION when society agrees to give up control to a government in exchange for a benefit. social contract EXAMPLE NON-EXAMPLE You agree to follow When somebody class rules in order forces you to do to receive something you don’t knowledge want to.
    15. 15. The Magna Carta
    16. 16. The Magna Carta • Presents the concept of limited government.
    17. 17. The Magna Carta • Presents the concept of limited government. • Government cannot do things, such as tax people, without the approval of the majority
    18. 18. The Magna Carta • Presents the concept of limited government. • Government cannot do things, such as tax people, without the approval of the majority • Says that people are born with natural rights • life, liberty, and property
    19. 19. The Magna Carta • Presents the concept of limited government. • Government cannot do things, such as tax people, without the approval of the majority • Says that people are born with natural rights • life, liberty, and property • Government cannot take them away without a good reason
    20. 20. Thomas Hobbes
    21. 21. Thomas Hobbes • A social contract theorist
    22. 22. Thomas Hobbes • A social contract theorist • Believes people will be at war without government • Without government, life is horrible and full of conflict
    23. 23. Thomas Hobbes • A social contract theorist • Believes people will be at war without government • Without government, life is horrible and full of conflict • Government should have unlimited authority
    24. 24. Thomas Hobbes • A social contract theorist • Believes people will be at war without government • Without government, life is horrible and full of conflict • Government should have unlimited authority • The rights of people should not be a concern
    25. 25. John Locke
    26. 26. John Locke • A social contract theorist
    27. 27. John Locke • A social contract theorist • Believes that people are naturally peaceful
    28. 28. John Locke • A social contract theorist • Believes that people are naturally peaceful • Society enters an agreement to be governed in return for protection in a justice system
    29. 29. John Locke • A social contract theorist • Believes that people are naturally peaceful • Society enters an agreement to be governed in return for protection in a justice system • If society doesn’t like the government, then it can change it
    30. 30. John Locke • A social contract theorist • Believes that people are naturally peaceful • Society enters an agreement to be governed in return for protection in a justice system • If society doesn’t like the government, then it can change it • Men have rights by their nature: life, liberty, and property
    31. 31. Primary Source Documents
    32. 32. Primary Source Documents • What is a Primary Source document?
    33. 33. Primary Source Documents • What is a Primary Source document? • A document or speech that is closest to the person, information, period, or idea that is being studied.
    34. 34. Primary Source Documents • What is a Primary Source document? • A document or speech that is closest to the person, information, period, or idea that is being studied. • Ex. A YouTube video of a fight.
    35. 35. Primary Source Documents • What is a Primary Source document? • A document or speech that is closest to the person, information, period, or idea that is being studied. • Ex. A YouTube video of a fight. • Non-Ex. Reading an article about the fight.
    36. 36. Primary Source Documents • What is a Primary Source document? • A document or speech that is closest to the person, information, period, or idea that is being studied. • Ex. A YouTube video of a fight. • Non-Ex. Reading an article about the fight. • How do we analyze a Primary Source document?
    37. 37. Primary Source Documents • What is a Primary Source document? • A document or speech that is closest to the person, information, period, or idea that is being studied. • Ex. A YouTube video of a fight. • Non-Ex. Reading an article about the fight. • How do we analyze a Primary Source document? • We use the AP-PARTS system.
    38. 38. What is AP-PARTS? Fill in the blanks... A uthor Who created it? P lace and time When and where was it produced? P rior knowledge What do you already know? A udience For whom was it created? R eason Why was it produced? T he main idea What is the source trying to say? S ignificance Why is it important?
    39. 39. What is AP-PARTS? A uthor Who created it? P lace and time When and where was it produced? P rior knowledge What do you already know? A udience For whom was it created? R eason Why was it produced? T he main idea What is the source trying to say? S ignificance Why is it important?
    40. 40. Guided Practice
    41. 41. Guided Practice • Take out a copy of the Government text book
    42. 42. Guided Practice • Take out a copy of the Government text book • Turn to page 35, and the section titled Limited Government. READ IT.
    43. 43. Guided Practice • Take out a copy of the Government text book • Turn to page 35, and the section titled Limited Government. READ IT. • Then turn to page 802.
    44. 44. Guided Practice • Take out a copy of the Government text book • Turn to page 35, and the section titled Limited Government. READ IT. • Then turn to page 802. • We are going to examine the Magna Carta as a class and fill in our AP-PARTS graphic organizer.
    45. 45. A P P A R T S
    46. 46. British Landowners (Nobles) and signed by A King John P P A R T S
    47. 47. British Landowners (Nobles) and signed by A King John P England in 1215 P A R T S
    48. 48. British Landowners (Nobles) and signed by A King John P England in 1215 People are born with natural rights: Life, liberty, and P property. A R T S
    49. 49. British Landowners (Nobles) and signed by A King John P England in 1215 People are born with natural rights: Life, liberty, and P property. A For King John and the Nobles R T S
    50. 50. British Landowners (Nobles) and signed by A King John P England in 1215 People are born with natural rights: Life, liberty, and P property. A For King John and the Nobles R To remind the King that his power was limited. T S
    51. 51. British Landowners (Nobles) and signed by A King John P England in 1215 People are born with natural rights: Life, liberty, and P property. A For King John and the Nobles R To remind the King that his power was limited. Government’s power is limited in England. T The natural rights of people cannot be taken away. S
    52. 52. British Landowners (Nobles) and signed by A King John P England in 1215 People are born with natural rights: Life, liberty, and P property. A For King John and the Nobles R To remind the King that his power was limited. Government’s power is limited in England. T The natural rights of people cannot be taken away. It served as a model for limiting the powers of S government, such as in the U.S.A.
    53. 53. Independent Practice • Partner with a person next to you; • Turn to page 806 in your text; • Complete the AP-PARTS graphic organizer for Two Treatises of Government; • You have 25 minutes to complete the graphic organizer.
    54. 54. Homework: Fill in the flashcard worksheet by writing in the definition for each term included. All terms were covered in Unit 1.
    55. 55. 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.
    56. 56. 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 more about?

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