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I WANT YOU

Monday
12/13

Activities:


Homework:

 

    return to previous month's plans  
I WANT YOU

Tuesday

Activities:

Homework:

       
I WANT YOU

Wednesday

Activities

  • (Block)  No Class

Homework:

    Speech Requirements     Speech Schedule  
I WANT YOU

Thursday

Activities:

Homework:

   

return to previous month's plans

 
I WANT YOU

Friday
12/17

Activities:

 

  • Federalist v. Anti-Federalist positions
  • Impact of 1851 Ohio Constitution
  • Local-State-Federal citizen roles, responsibilities, & public policy
  • Monetary Policy:  Who?  What?  How?
  • Fed's Monetary Tools
  • Fiscal Policy:  Who?  What?  How?
  • Types of Taxes
  • Tax information
  • Deficit, Surplus, Debt
  • Different methods of Persuasion

Homework:

  • Study for State Test

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I WANT YOU

Monday
1/3

Activities:

  • (Block)  No Class (2020-21)

Homework:

       
I WANT YOU

Tuesday

Activities:

Homework:

       
I WANT YOU

Wednesday

Activities:

  • (Block)  No Class

Homework:

 

    Speech Requirements     Speech Schedule  
I WANT YOU

Thursday

Activities:

  • (Block)  Collect Books
  • State EOC

Homework:

   

return to previous month's plans

 
I WANT YOU

Friday

Activities:

Homework:

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Monday
1/10

Activities:


Homework:

  • none

 

       
I WANT YOU

Tuesday

Activities:

  • 1st Day of 2nd Semester
  • discus speech information, class rules & expectations
  • Explain grading scale
  • Pass out  textbooks
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Homework:

  • Read Ch. 1 #1, pp. 4-11
       
I WANT YOU

Wednesday
1/20

Activities:

  • (Block) No Class

Homework:

  • finish class work

    Speech Requirements      Speech Schedule  
I WANT YOU

Thursday

Activities:

  • (Block)
  • finish explaining speeches
  • Begin Foundations of Government Unit
  • What is Government? Politics?
  • Why do states form?--------  
  • Characteristics of a State
  • Origins of a State
  • -----
  • Locke & Hobbes
    "Life is Nasty, Brutish, & Short"
  •  (Preamble)
  • Locke.........Natural Rights & Right to change Ruler
  • Purpose of Government (Preamble)
    (video clip of Preamble)

Homework:

       
I WANT YOU

Friday
1/14

Activities:

Homework:

  • Read  Ch. 1#2, pp. 12-18 &
    Ch. 1 #3, pp. 20-24

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I WANT YOU

Monday

Activities:

  • (Block) No Class

Homework:

  • Read  Ch. 1#2, pp. 12-18 &
    Ch. 1 #3, pp. 20-24
       
I WANT YOU

Tuesday

Activities:

  • (Block) JSlo Demo Sample News Speech
  • Discussed:
  • Classifications of Gov't:
    Democracy & Dictatorship
  • Geographic Distributions of Power:
    Unitary, Federal, & Confederate
  • Legislative & Executive:
    Presidential & Parliamentary
  • Main characteristics of Democracy:
  1. Fundamental Worth of idividuals
  2. Respect for Equality of all
  3. Faith in Majority Rule and insistence on Minority Rights
  4. Acceptance of the NECESSITY of Compromise
  5. Insistence of widest degree of Freedom possible

Homework:

       
I WANT YOU

Wednesday

Activities:

  • (Block) No Class

Homework:

  • BRING COMPUTER TO CLASS
    Speech Requirements      Speech Schedule  
I WANT YOU

Thursday

Activities:

Homework:

  • Read Ch. 2-4 & 2-5 (pp. 52-58 & 59-62)
  • Complete Section 4 (first page)
     on Guide for Ch. 2 Section # 4-5
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I WANT YOU

Friday

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       All homework assignments are due the following day
at the beginning of class unless specifically stated otherwise.