• FOUNDATIONS OF AMERICAN GOVERNMENT---SPRING SEMESTER
     
     
    Class Info & Important Websites
    * 2021-2022 Course Syllabus:  Syllabus 2022.doc
    * Annenberg Classroom: https://www.annenbergclassroom.org/ 
    * The Babylon Bee: https://babylonbee.com/
    * CNN 10:  https://www.cnn.com/cnn10




    Day 1: Monday, January 17th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Complaints, Questions, Current Events, Jabber 
       + MLK Clips
          - C-SPAN (20:32 Minutes):  https://www.c-span.org/classroom/document/?1832
          - Mountaintop Speech (2:37): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oehry1JC9Rk&feature=share
    * Syllabus/Review Expectations and General Class Rules
       + Website (Not Google Classroom)
       + Cell Phones
       + Pop/Water/Gatorade
       + Trash, Pencil Sharpeners, Snot Rags
       + Civic Extensions
           - Bill of Rights Institute: Think the Vote (assigned on Mondays/Discuss on Thursdays-Friday this Week): https://www.thinkthevote.com/
           - City Council and School Board
           - Talon and Civic Participation
           - American Politics Club (APC Meetings)
           - Friday's Video @ 9:30 "National Treasure"
       + Read, highlight or Underline (For a Grade) and when you find it convenient Emoji/comment on Class Syllabus Packet: Syllabus 2022.doc
            - #1 Pet Peeve: Closing up Shop Early/ Marshmallow Study
              + Fareed Z.: The Man behind the Mars. Test:  https://www.cnn.com/videos/bestoftv/2014/10/25/exp-gps-mischel-on-self-control.cnn
              + YouTube: Marshmallow Study: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yo4WF3cSd9Q
              + The Marshmallow Test and Why We Want Instant Gratification: Silvia Barcellos at TEDxMidAtlantic 2012
              + If Time/Extra Credit: Malala/Jon Stewart Interview (about 12:30 Minutes in):
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gjGL6YY6oM
    EXTRA CREDIT EXTENSION: Grit Ted Talk with Angela Duckworth:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qaeFnxSfSC4
       + Watch and Take Notes

       + Summary of Thesis
       + Do You Agree/Disagree with Thesis? Explain
    * Think the Vote Civic Participation:"Should the United States Forgive Student Loans?": https://www.thinkthevote.com/join-the-debate/should-the-united-states-government-forgive-student-loans/
       + Complete a Bill of Rights Institute Think the Vote Response in 5-10 sentences including the following BRI criteria:
           1. Answer cited facts and constitutional arguments
           2. Answered in cohesive sentences that were free of distracted spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors
           3. Answer addressed counter-arguments and opposing concerns in a respectful manner
           4. Answer was organized in a manner that flowed logically and read clearly
    Write on Microsoft Word or Google and Print copy to be included with a Civic Participation Form: Participation Form.docx
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Read, highlight or Underline (For a Grade) and when you find it convenient Emoji/comment on Class Syllabus Packet and Answer Questions on Back Page




    Day 2: Tuesday, January 18th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Review Syllabus and Discuss Articles/Answer Questions on Back Page
           - Clips: https://mt01001320.schoolwires.net/site/default.aspx?PageType=14&DomainID=22&PageID=4236&ModuleInstanceID=5061&ViewID=9d7780dc-000e-458b-ba39-cfc84059b040&IsMoreExpandedView=True
    * Citizenship Pre-Test (Inventory of Basic Civic Knowledge): Citizenship Pre-Test.docx
       + On a Separate Sheet of Paper Answer what you know-Not graded
       + Review Tomorrow 
    * (Former) Justice David Souter on Civic Knowledge (about 3:25 in until 6:36); http://www.msnbc.com/rachel-maddow/watch/perils-of-eroded-civic-knowledge-forewarned-790540867791?cid=sm_fb_maddow
       + Exit Ticket: Answer EACH of the Following Questions in 2-3 Sentences
          1. Video Notes
          2. What was his theme or message?
          3. Do you agree with his thesis? Explain.
          4. How does his thesis relate to the course syllabus?   
          5. Why did you think this course is required? What is the Point? 
    EXTRA CREDIT EXTENSION: Ask (Verbally) Your Parent(s)/Guardian(s)/Sibling(s) the 50 Citizenship Test Questions
       + Record Scores, Who You asked, And What You Learned 
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Exit Ticket Questions 




    Day 3: Wednesday, January 19th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Review (Former) Justice David Souter on Civic Knowledge/ Exit Ticket DUE
           - Civic Ignorance
              + Presidential Power vis-à-vis marijuana legalization 
              + January 6th Insurrection
              + Sasse on Kavanaugh Hearing: “We Can And We Should Do Better Than This” (15:47 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IlAHS6pT5A4
              + Washington Post Crime Statistics Database:  https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/investigations/police-shootings-database/
    * Citizenship Test Review: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1_gxo8AdjqIYFNrdv8rjaf2dOuL1BdMsjoKNzQrCPly4/edit#slide=id.g9102a736b6_2_364
       + Jaywalking: Citizenship Test: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJlY9C7YWzI
       + How did we do? 
       + Citizenship Test Tomorrow for a Grade/Scantron so Bring a Pencil
    * Citizenship Test Requirement to Graduate SAC
       + Overview
       + Individual Work on SAC Packet: Citizenship Test SAC 2022.docx
    EXTRA CREDIT EXTENSION: iCivics Games: Print certificate at end of game (If you can't print, write down time played and get adult signature or screen shot)
       + "Sortify"https://www.icivics.org/games/sortify
       + "Immigration Nation": https://www.icivics.org/games/immigration-nation
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * SAC Packet




    Day 4: Thursday, January 20th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Think the Vote Civic Participation DUE
       + Seinfeld Teaches History: https://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/video/world-war-ii-101/n10251
           - Friday's Video @ 9:30 "National Treasure" 
    * Citizenship Test for a Grade
       + Scantron: Bring a Pencil
       + After Test: Individual Work on SAC Packet: Citizenship Test SAC 2022.docx
     ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Citizenship Test and SAC Packet




    Civic Extension Video: "National Treasure" Friday, January 21st @ 9:30





    Day 5: Monday, January 24th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Think the Vote Question of the Week
       + Is Jaywalking Real, and Why Does it Matter: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Url1HL6oExk
    * SAC Discussion: NO PENCILS/PENS
       + Small Groups
       + Whole Class Discussion   
          - Fareed's Take-The Need for National Service: https://www.cnn.com/videos/tv/2019/05/10/exp-gps-0512-fareeds-take.cnn
              + "Coddling of the American Mind" Assertion (Over Protected/Immature Seniors)/Solution (Gap Year) 
              + Three rules for staying out of poverty - Opinion - The Florida Times-Union - Jacksonville, FL: https://www.jacksonville.com/article/20120127/OPINION/801258741
       + SAC Packet Reflection
    * Pocket Constitution and Text Handout (Book Cover QUIZ on Thursday) 
    * Worksheet: Why Government Matters.docx
       + pgs. 4-5 #1-3 & WWYD
      + Why Government Matters 
    * Think the Vote Civic Participation:"?": 
       + Complete a Bill of Rights Institute Think the Vote Response in 5-10 sentences including the following BRI criteria:
           1. Answer cited facts and constitutional arguments
           2. Answered in cohesive sentences that were free of distracted spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors
           3. Answer addressed counter-arguments and opposing concerns in a respectful manner
           4. Answer was organized in a manner that flowed logically and read clearly
    Write on Microsoft Word or Google and Print copy to be included with a Civic Participation Form: Participation Form.docx
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * SAC Packet Reflection/Worksheet and Book Review 




    Day 6: Tuesday, January 25th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Worksheet and Book Review DUE
           -Why Government Matters Worksheet DUE/Discussion
           -Ron Swanson: Why Government Matters: https://vimeo.com/24554205/Taxes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XDE9e0IZkbI
    * Note Outline: Chapter 1 Note Outline 2022.docx
       + How to take Notes Overview/T-Notes or Cornell Notes
       + Chapter Notes I: The Functions of Government (pgs. 6-8)
    EXTRA CREDIT EXTENSION: What Would Life Be Like in a State of Nature Handout.pdf
       1. Read and highlight or underline

       2. Complete the "Reviewing and Using the Lesson" #2-5
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Chapter 1 Notes I: The Functions of Government (pgs. 6-8) 




    Day 7: Wednesday, January 26th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + U.S. Debt Clock: https://www.usdebtclock.org/
    * Izzit "World of Money" (15:56 Minutes): https://www.izzit.org/products/detail.php?video=world_of_money
           1. Notes
           2. In 3-5 Sentences Explain Using Examples from the video:Why does government matter in economics? What role does the government play?
    * Note Outline: Chapter 1 Note Outline 2022.docx
        + Chapter Notes II: Nation, State, and Country (pg. 9)
    * Book Review Questions
       + pg. 7 Exploring the Essential Question
       + pg. 8 Exploring the Essential Question
       + pg. 11 #1, 3, 4
    EXTRA CREDIT EXTENSION: HISTORY This Week: (27 Minutes)"Killing the Gold Standard": https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/history-this-week/id1493453604?i=1000516765287
       + Notes, Worth Listening to? Explain
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Video Notes/Responses and Book Review Questions
     
     
     

    Day 8: Thursday, January 27th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Think the Vote Civic Participation DUE
       + Book Cover QUIZ 
    * Guest Speakers : Mayor Rick Norby and City Clerk/Treasurer Jessica Chamberlin Prep
       + Guest Speaker Prep Worksheet: Mayor Norby-Jessica Chamberlin Prep Worksheet 2022.docx
       + Annenberg Video "Executive Branch: What does a Mayor Do?" (19 Minutes): https://www.annenbergclassroom.org/resource/executive-branch-mayor/
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Guest Speakers : Mayor Rick Norby and City Clerk/Treasurer Jessica Chamberlin Prep




    Civic Extension Video: "Just Mercy" Friday, January 21st @10:15




    Day 9: Monday, January 31st 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Think the Vote Question of the Week
    * Mayor Rick Norby and City Clerk/Treasurer Jessica Chamberlin Presentation 
       + Guest Speaker Worksheet: Mayor Norby and Jessica Chamberlin Guest Speaker Worksheet.docx 
    * Think the Vote Civic Participation:"Should the United States Encourage More Countries to Join Nato?": https://www.thinkthevote.com/join-the-debate/should-the-united-states-encourage-more-countries-to-join-nato/
       + Complete a Bill of Rights Institute Think the Vote Response in 5-10 sentences including the following BRI criteria:
           1. Answer cited facts and constitutional arguments
           2. Answered in cohesive sentences that were free of distracted spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors
           3. Answer addressed counter-arguments and opposing concerns in a respectful manner
           4. Answer was organized in a manner that flowed logically and read clearly
    Write on Microsoft Word or Google and Print copy to be included with a Civic Participation Form: Participation Form.docx
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Guest Speakers Worksheet




    Day 10: Tuesday, February 1st 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Review Presentation/ Worksheet DUE
    * Note Outline: Chapter 1 Note Outline 2022.docx
        + Chapter Notes III: Origins of the State (pgs. 10-11)
    * Book Review Questions
       + pg. 11 #2 and RPC (2nd Part of Question)
       + pg. 32 #18-21
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Book Review Questions




    Day 11: Wednesday, February 2nd 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
      + Review and Correct Assignment
    * Note Outline: Chapter 1 Note Outline 2022.docx
        + Chapter Notes IV-V: Government Systems & Constitutional Governments (pgs. 10-14)
       + National Constitution Center: Explore Rights Around the World: http://constitutionalrights.constitutioncenter.org/app/home/world
    * Book Review
       + pg. 13 RPC, CT #2
       + pg. 14 Reading Progress Check
       + pg. 21 #4
       + pg. 31 #5
       + pg. 70 Critical Thinking B and D
       + Pg. 72 Essential Question A &C  
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Book Review




    Day 12: Thursday, February 3rd 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Think the Vote Civic Participation DUE
    * Note Outline: Chapter 1 Note Outline 2022.docx
       + Chapter Notes VI: Major Types of Governments
       + National Constitution Center: Explore Rights Around the World: http://constitutionalrights.constitutioncenter.org/app/home/world
    * Book Review Assignment and  American Form of Government Clip 
       + Book Review
           - pg. 21 #1
           - pg. 14 Guiding Question
           - pg. 18 Reading Progress Check

       + The American Form of Government Video (10:35 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VogzExP3qhI
          1. Notes
          2. Either of the following: What Enlightened You? OR What Confused You? (List AND Explain using the word "because" in your response)         
          3. Either of the following: What Interested You? OR What Disturbed You? (List AND Explain using the word "because" in your response)
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Book Review Assignment and  American Form of Government Clip 




    Civic Extension Video: "Skokie" Friday, January 21st @10:15




    Day 13:  Monday February 7th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Think the Vote Question of the Week
    * Note Outline: Chapter 1 Note Outline 2022.docx
       + Chapter Notes VII: Principles of Democracy (pgs. 18-21)
       + pg. 18 Map Inset/National Constitution Center: Explore Rights Around the World: http://constitutionalrights.constitutioncenter.org/app/home/world
    * Book Review Assignment
       + pg. 21 Reading Progress Check 
       + 29 Arguments #1-7 & Answer the Issue Question in 3-5 Sentences 
       + Do Public Indecency Laws violate the Fourteenth Amendment's Equal Protection Clause as the "Free the Nips"' Movement suggests?  Explain 
    EXTRA CREDIT EXTENSION: Democracy Interpretation/Response Worksheet: Democracy in Quotes Worksheet.pdf
    * Think the Vote Civic Participation:"Should the Supreme Court Have Term Limits?": https://www.thinkthevote.com/join-the-debate/should-term-limits-for-supreme-court-justices-exist/ 
       + Complete a Bill of Rights Institute Think the Vote Response in 5-10 sentences including the following BRI criteria:
           1. Answer cited facts and constitutional arguments
           2. Answered in cohesive sentences that were free of distracted spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors
           3. Answer addressed counter-arguments and opposing concerns in a respectful manner
           4. Answer was organized in a manner that flowed logically and read clearly
    Write on Microsoft Word or Google and Print copy to be included with a Civic Participation Form: Participation Form.docx
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Book Review Questions 




    Day 14: Tuesday February 8th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Grade and Review Assignment
    * Democracy in America Video "Citizenship: Making Government Work"
       + Notes
       + Any 2 DICE in 2+ Sentences EACH
       + In 3-5 Sentences Answer the Question: " Should U.S. Public Schools Educate Students to be Active Citizens, Citizen Activists, or Something Else?" Explain. 
    OR
       + Alternative Assignment: pg. 66-67 #1-4 & WWYD (No Need to Design a Button, Just answer the questions)
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Video Notes and Question or Book Review




    Day 15: Wednesday February 9th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Grade and Review Assignment
    * Chapter QUIZ (Notes I-VII)
       + After Quiz: Constitution in School Prep Worksheet: Are the principles of democracy reflected in Sidney High School Speaker Prep Worksheet.docx
    OR
       + Think the Vote
       + Read UpFront
       + Chapter Notes
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Chapter QUIZ (Notes I-VII)




    Day 16: Thursday February 10th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Think the Vote Civic Participation DUE
    * Guest Speakers  Worksheets
        + Constitution in School Prep Worksheet: Are the principles of democracy reflected in Sidney High School Speaker Prep Worksheet.docx
        + Guest Speakers Worksheet 
           -Trustee Kelly Dey, Superintendent Brent Sukut, Principal Carl Dynneson and Vice Principal Danny Coryell
           -  Panel Discussion of School Policy and Governance/Student Rights and Responsibilities   
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Guest Speakers Prep Worksheet 




    Day 17: Monday, February 14th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Think the Vote Civic Participation DUE
    * Guest Speakers: Trustee Kelly Dey, Superintendent Brent Sukut, Principal Carl Dynneson and Vice Principal Danny Coryell to Discuss School, Policy, Governance  
       + Constitution in School Guest Speakers Worksheet: School Board and School Policy 2022.docx
    * Think the Vote Civic Participation:"": 
       + Complete a Bill of Rights Institute Think the Vote Response in 5-10 sentences including the following BRI criteria:
           1. Answer cited facts and constitutional arguments
           2. Answered in cohesive sentences that were free of distracted spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors
           3. Answer addressed counter-arguments and opposing concerns in a respectful manner
           4. Answer was organized in a manner that flowed logically and read clearly
    Write on Microsoft Word or Google and Print copy to be included with a Civic Participation Form: Participation Form.docx
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK

    * Constitution in School Packet and Guest Speaker Worksheet





    Day 18: Tuesday, February 15th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
      + Review Presentation and Turn in Worksheet Assignment
    * Chapter 1: The Constitution Notes VIII  
       + "Fundamentals of Economics" (pgs. 22-23) 
    * Book Review and Notes/Responses from Videos
       + Book Review
           1. pg. 22 Essential Question (Questions in Black NOT Red)
           2. pg. 22 Guiding Question
           3. pg. 23 Reading Progress Check
       + Stossel in the Classroom Video Clip "Fundamentals of Economics" (10:33 Minutes): https://stosselintheclassroom.org/2019/04/11/the-fundamentals-of-economics/
           4. Notes
           5. Either of the following: What Enlightened You? OR What Confused You? (List AND Explain using the word "because" in your response and in 2+ Sentences)   
     + Learn Liberty Clip "Behavioral Economics" (18:43 Minutes): https://www.learnliberty.org/videos/behavioral-economics-full-series/
           6. Notes
           7. Either of the following: What Interested You? OR What Disturbed You? (List AND Explain using the word "because" in your response and in 2+ Sentences)  
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Book Review and Notes/Responses from Videos




    Day 19: Wednesday, February 16th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
      + Review and Turn in Assignment
    * Chapter 1: The Constitution Notes VIII  
       + "Fundamentals of Economics" (pgs. 22-23) 
    * Endangered Species Policy Question: https://mt01001320.schoolwires.net/site/default.aspx?PageType=14&DomainID=22&PageID=2798&ModuleInstanceID=3202&ViewID=9d7780dc-000e-458b-ba39-cfc84059b040&IsMoreExpandedView=True
       1. Initial thoughts 3+ Sentences on the Question: Should our Democracy allow for the Hunting of Endangered Animals?
           + Question of Scarcity 
       2. Video Notes
           - John Stossel in the Classroom "Let's Eat Them" (7:01 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OSPkVoGx5c4
          - "A Good Idea Gone Wild" (5:38 Minutes ): https://stosselintheclassroom.org/2014/08/24/protecting_endangered/
       3. Video Notes
           - 60 Minutes "Can Hunting Endangered Animals Save the Species?" (13:43 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4r9-WeNXzTQ
       4. Best Reason(s) to Support Deliberation Question from the Video
       5. Why you Found the Argument Persuasive
       6. Best Reason(s) to Oppose Deliberation Question from the Video
       7. Why you Found the Argument Persuasive
       8. How does this issues fall under behavioral economics?
       9. My final thoughts on this deliberating question include...
       10. Based upon my response above, and when answering the3 Key economic questions on pg. 23, my response would be most common in the capitalist, mixed-market, socialist, communist economic system
    EXTRA CREDIT EXTENSION:
       11. When I asked my parents this question, they told me...
       12. I agree/disagree because...
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Endangered Species Policy Question




    Day 20: Thursday, February 17th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Think the Vote Civic Participation DUE
      + Review and Turn in Assignment
    * Chapter 1: The Constitution Notes IX
       + Capitalism (pgs. 23-24)
    "Freaknomomics" DVD
       + Worksheet
    * "How the Supermarket Helped America Win the Cold War (43 Minutes): https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/freakonomics-radio/id354668519?i=1000487258344
       1. Notes
       2. What was the Podcast's thesis?
       3. Most Important Idea or Concept Learned and worthy of sharing
       4. Did you agree/disagree with the author's thesis? If so, why? If not, why not?
       5. Did you find this Podcast worth hearing? Explain. 

    EXTRA CREDIT EXTENSION: Watch ANY of the Video Clips and For EACH video You Watch: a) Take Notes  b) List and Discuss the Most Important Idea or Concept Learned
       + Stossel in the Classroom/Learn Liberty Clips: 
           1."In Defense of Capitalism" (7:09 Minutes): https://stosselintheclassroom.org/2019/06/18/in-defense-of-capitalism/
           2. "Inequality Myths" (4:06 Minutes): https://stosselintheclassroom.org/2019/04/30/inequality-myths/
           3. " Spontaneous Order: Do we Really Need a Plan" (12:06 Minutes): https://stosselintheclassroom.org/2015/09/08/spontaneous_order/     
           4. Both Sides-"Capitalism and Poverty": https://stosselintheclassroom.org/2021/01/25/both-sides-capitalism-and-poverty/
           5.  "Myths of Capitalism" (3:30 Minutes): https://www.learnliberty.org/videos/economics-3-myths-of-capitalism/

    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Video Notes/Responses and OPTIONAL Podcast Notes/Responses




    Civic Extension Video: "Greenbook" Friday, February 18th @ 11:15





    Day 21: Monday, February 21st 2022-President's Day
    * "Ellen: 5-year-old presidential expert" (6:54 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XFismjYRcRM
        + President's Day Trivia
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Think the Vote Civic Participation 
       + Review and Turn in Assignment: Video Notes/Responses and OPTIONAL Podcast Notes/Responses
    * Chapter 1: The Constitution Notes IX-X
       + Capitalism and Mixed Economies (pgs. 23-25)
       + FDR's Second Bill of Rights
           - FDR Second Bill of Rights Speech Footage (2 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3EZ5bx9AyI4
           - Wikipedia: FDR's Second Bill of Rights: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_Bill_of_Rights
    * Book Review
       - pg. 24 CT #1
       -pg. 25 Reading Progress Check (bottom of Page)
       - pg. 28 #4
       - pg. 31  #7, #16
    * Think the Vote Civic Participation:"What is the President's Role in our Constitutional System?": https://www.thinkthevote.com/join-the-debate/what-is-the-presidents-role-in-our-constitutional-system/
       + Complete a Bill of Rights Institute Think the Vote Response in 5-10 sentences including the following BRI criteria:
           1. Answer cited facts and constitutional arguments
           2. Answered in cohesive sentences that were free of distracted spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors
           3. Answer addressed counter-arguments and opposing concerns in a respectful manner
           4. Answer was organized in a manner that flowed logically and read clearly
    Write on Microsoft Word or Google and Print copy to be included with a Civic Participation Form: Participation Form.docx

    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Book Review/FDR's 2nd Bill of Rights




    Day 22: Tuesday, February 22nd 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
      + Review and Grade Assignment
       + Fareed Zakaria Global GPS “Sanders’ Scandinavian Fantasy” (4:21 Minutes): https://www.cnn.com/videos/tv/2020/03/01/exp-gps-0301-fareeds-take.cnn
           - Elizabeth Warren and FDR's Second Bill of Rights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xb7XMGuC2bk
           - Bernie Sanders and FDR's Second Bill of Rights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Otr3a4n6xj0 
    * Video Notes and Review
        + Make a List of FDR's Second Bill of Rights, Check those that you Would Support, Write a Summary of your list and your rationale
        +  Izzit.Or "A History Changing Choice" Video (13:48 Minutes): https://www.izzit.org/products/detail.php?video=history_changing_choice
           1. Video Notes
           2. How would you define equality of opportunity? Which economic system falls under that principle? Explain
           3. How would you define equality of results? Which economic system falls under that principle? Explain
           4. What was the video's Thesis?/Which side do you believe the narrator stands? Explain   
           5. Would any of your answers regarding FDR's Second Bill of Rights Change after watching the video? Explain  
         + EXTRA CREDIT EXTENSION: Share Your List and Summary with your Parent/Adult in Your Life and record his/her response.  
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Video Notes/Review
     
     


    Day 23: Wednesday, February 23rd 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
      + Review and Correct Assignment 
    * Chapter 3 (1): The Constitution Notes IX-X: 
       + "Socialism" and "Democratic Socialism" (pg. 26) 
    * Book Review
       + pg. 26 RPC
       + pg. 26 CT
       + pg. 28 #6
       + pg. 31 #8, 12-13
    EXTRA CREDIT EXTENSION:
    Watch EACH of the Video Clips and For EACH video You Watch: a) Take Notes  b) List and Discuss the Most Important Idea or Concept Learned
          - Stossel in the Classroom Video Clip "What is Socialism" (5:02 Minutes): https://stosselintheclassroom.org/2019/03/26/venezuela-is-socialism/
          - Capitalism and Socialism: Crash Course Video (14:02 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3u4EFTwprM
     ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Book Review and
    Videos Notes/Responses 




    Day 24: Thursday, February 24th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Review and Grade Assignment
       + Think the Vote Civic Participation DUE
    * Does anyone Really know what Socialism is? Freakonomics Podcast (44:24 Minutes): https://freakonomics.com/podcast/socialism-rebroadcast/
       1. Take Notes

       2. Podcast Thesis? 
       3. 2 Ways the Podcast ties into the Chapter/Section Notes
       4. List AND Discuss the Most important concepts or ideas learned
       5. Write a Review of the Podcast 
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Podcast Notes/Review 




    Civic Extension Video: "Mississippi Burning" Friday, February 18th @10:15
       + Release Form
       +iMDb Parents Guide: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0095647/parentalguide?ref_=tt_stry_pg





    Day 25: Monday, February 28th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Think the Vote Civic Participation 
       + 
    * Chapter 1 Notes XI 
       + "Communism" pgs 27-28
       + Learn Liberty "Ownership of Capital" (4:32 Minutes): https://www.learnliberty.org/videos/ownership-of-capital/
    * Videos Notes/Responses and Book Review 
       + Watch ANY Two of the Video Clips (EXTRA CREDIT: Additional Videos Watched) and For EACH video You Watch: a) Take Notes  b) List and Discuss the Most Important Idea or Concept Learned      
           - Learn Liberty "What is the Labor Theory of Value" (4:18 Minutes): https://www.learnliberty.org/videos/what-is-the-labor-theory-of-value/
           -"Marxism v. Welfarism" (3:15 Minutes): https://www.learnliberty.org/videos/marxism-vs-welfarism/
           -Karl Marx Conflict Theory Crash Course (11:19 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gR3igiwaeyc&t=527s

           -PragerU "Who Is Karl Marx?" (5:31 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UhEkJ4noN68
       + Book Review
          - pg. 28 Reading Progress Check
          - pg. 28 #7
          - pg. 31 #11 

    * Think the Vote Civic Participation:"What is the President's Role in our Constitutional System?": https://www.thinkthevote.com/join-the-debate/what-is-the-presidents-role-in-our-constitutional-system/
       + Complete a Bill of Rights Institute Think the Vote Response in 5-10 sentences including the following BRI criteria:
           1. Answer cited facts and constitutional arguments
           2. Answered in cohesive sentences that were free of distracted spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors
           3. Answer addressed counter-arguments and opposing concerns in a respectful manner
           4. Answer was organized in a manner that flowed logically and read clearly
    Write on Microsoft Word or Google and Print copy to be included with a Civic Participation Form: Participation Form.docx

    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Videos Notes/Responses and Book Review 




    Day 26: Tuesday, March 1st 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
      + Videos Notes/Responses and Book Review DUE
    * Chapter QUIZ
       + After Quiz:
    State of the Union Prep Packet: 2022 State of the Union-Foundations.docx
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Chapter QUIZ




    Day 27: Wednesday, March 2nd 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
      + Chapter QUIZ Review
    * State of the Union Packet: 2022 State of the Union-Foundations.docx
       + Biden delivers 2022 State of the Union address | Full Speech (1:02:55): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kTPN1sOkWs4
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * State of the Union Packet




    Day 28: Thursday, March 3rd 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Review  Assignment
       + Think the Vote Civic Participation DUE
    * State of the Union Packet: 2022 State of the Union-Foundations.docx
       + Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds delivers Republican response (14:37 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32sA_chadJo
       + ABC News roundtable discusses Biden's State of the Union address (11:06 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7g5mvnLpWkc
       + Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib delivers progressive response (15:30 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w7z2MTqDon4
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * State of the Union Packet



    Civic Extension Video: "Charlie Wilson's War" Friday, March 4th @10:15
     



    Day 29: Monday, March 7th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Think the Vote Civic Participation 
    *  Chapter 2 Lesson 1: Government in Colonial America 
       + Notes I-II "Our Political Heritage" pgs.36-38: Foundations Note Outline I for Chapter 2 2022.docx
    * Magna Carta Videos Notes/Responses
       + Magna Carta and the Constitution Annenberg (27 Minutes) Video: https://www.annenbergclassroom.org/resource/magna-carta-and-the-constitution/
           1. Notes 
           2. Either of the following: What Enlightened You? OR What Confused You? (List AND Explain using the word "because" in your response)         
           3. Either of the following: What Interested You? OR What Disturbed You? (List AND Explain using the word "because" in your response)
           4. Discuss why the Magna Carta is important 
           5. Describe the influence of the Magna Carta on America's Government today? 
           6. How did the English Bill of Rights expand the principles of the Magna Carta? 
           7. How did the Magna Carta and the English Bill of Rights influence America's colonies?
    EXTRA CREDIT EXTENSION "Robinhood" with Russel Crowe
    * Think the Vote Civic Participation: "Should the United States Increase Military Aid to Ukraine" : https://www.thinkthevote.com/join-the-debate/should-the-united-states-increase-military-aid-to-ukraine/
       + Complete a Bill of Rights Institute Think the Vote Response in 5-10 sentences including the following BRI criteria:
           1. Answer cited facts and constitutional arguments
           2. Answered in cohesive sentences that were free of distracted spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors
           3. Answer addressed counter-arguments and opposing concerns in a respectful manner
           4. Answer was organized in a manner that flowed logically and read clearly
    Write on Microsoft Word or Google and Print copy to be included with a Civic Participation Form: Participation Form.docx
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Magna Carta Videos Notes/Responses




    Day 30: Tuesday, March 8th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
      + Review Video Notes/Responses and Chapter Notes
      + Review British Documents (pgs, 818-819)
    * Chapter 2 Notes III-IV: English Heritage and Enlightenment Philosophers
       + Chapter 2 Lesson 1: pgs. 37-39
       + BRI's Philosophies Behind the US Constitution (5:30 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6SZsoY-L7MY&feature=youtu.be
    * Bicameralism Worksheet and Book Review
       + Bicameralism Worksheet
           -Read Highlight or Underline
           -Answer EACH of the 3 Questions 
       + Book Review
           - pg. 38 (Exploring the Essential Questions) #1-2
           - pg. 41 #1 & 3
           - pg. 64 #15-16
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Bicameralism Worksheet and Book Review




    Day 31: Wednesday, March 9th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
      + Review and Grade Bicameralism Worksheet and Book Review
    * Chapter 2 Notes V: Colonial Governments 
       + Chapter 2 Lesson 1: pgs. 39-40, 820-821 
    * Worksheet and Book Review 
       + Mayflower (#1-3) and Fundamentals Worksheets (#1-3): Mayflower Compact and Fundamental Orders of Connecticut Workshe.pdf
       + pg. 41 #4 and Reading Progress Check
       + pg. 63 #2
    EXTENSION: Pilgrims, Principles, and Politics - Bill of Rights Institute:  https://billofrightsinstitute.org/e-lessons/pilgrims-principles-and-politics
    EXTRA CREDIT EXTENSION: Lesson 7: "What Basic Ideas about Rights and Constitutional Government  Did Colonial Americans Have?: Lesson 7 Basic Ideas about Rights in Colonial Governments.pdf
       1. Read and highlight or underline
       2. Complete the "Reviewing and Using the Lesson" #1-5
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Worksheet and Book Review 



    Day 32: Thursday, March 10th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Review and Grade Worksheet and Book Review Assignment
       + Think the Vote Civic Participation DUE
    * Chapter 2 Notes VI-VIII: Colonies on the Own, Britain Tightens Control, and Colonial Unrest
       + Chapter 2 Lesson 2: pgs. 42-45
       + Video Extensions
          - Learn Liberty Clip on French and Indian War and Taxes (4:58 Minutes): https://www.learnliberty.org/videos/how-mercantilism-started-the-american-revolution/
          - BRI's Homework Help Series- Road to Revolution (4: 55 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbbsQpmTD5g&feature=youtu.be
          - Learn Liberty America's Founding Part 1- Why Our Founders Risked it All (1:49 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbfgdbdvu2A
          - Learn Liberty America's Founding Part 2- The Colonists v British Soldiers (3:32 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ce6KLeOJrY
          - Learn Liberty America's Founding Part 3- Taxes and Abuse of Power (3:40 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_CVswJSQlo
          - Learn Liberty America's Founding Part 4- The Ideas behind a Revolution (3:10 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQMSdrgSNlM
    * Podcast Notes/Questions 
      + History This Week "No Representation, No Peace (22 Minutes) Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/history-this-week/id1493453604?i=1000492781320
           1. Notes 
           2. In 2+ Sentences, Summarize the Podcast?
           3. Based on the information from the podcast, how does it relate to class and what we have talked about? Be specific. 
           4. Was this podcast worth listening to discussing either of the following: What Enlightened You? OR What Confused You? (List AND Explain using the word "because" in your response)     
           5. This episode was produced in the fall of 2020 after the summer BLM protests. What similarities and/or differences do you see between those protests and the Sons of Liberty described in the podcast? Explain 
    EXTRA CREDIT EXTENSION: Malcolm Gladwell's "Tempest in a Teacup" (38:45 Minutes) Podcast: http://revisionisthistory.com/episodes/33-tempest-in-a-teacup
      + Notes, Brief Summary including What was the most important idea, concept, or principle learned?, Was this podcast worth listening to discussing What did you think of what you heard?  
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Podcast Notes/Questions 




    Civic Extension Video: "1776" Friday, March 11th @10:15




    Day 33: Monday, March 14th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Think the Vote Civic Participation 
    * Chapter 2 Notes IX-X: Lesson 2
       + Chapter 2 Lesson 2:pgs. 45-48
       + Video Extensions
          - SchoolHouse Rocks-No More Kings (3 Minutes) : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-9pDZMRCpQ
          - JFK reading the Declaration (10:57 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=poT5yr5lJCU
          - What you Might not Know about the Declaration Ted Talk (3:37 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LKJMWHCUoiw
          - Scene from John Adams Docu-Series (3:49 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C7o5kWrbJJE&feature=share
          - Too Late to Apologize-A Declaration (3:21 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZfRaWAtBVg|
          - Learn Liberty America's Founding Part 5-Is There a Right to a Revolution (3:59 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQt-BOTgGnE
    * DOI Quiz and Book Review Questions
       + CSM: How well do you Know the Declaration?:  https://www.csmonitor.com/USA/2011/0704/How-well-do-you-know-the-Declaration-of-Independence-Take-our-quiz/A-group-of-men-named-the-Committee-of-Five-submitted-the-Declaration-of-Independence-to-the-Continental-Congress.-Who-of-these-men-was-not-on-the-committee
           1. Write down the Question
           2. Write Down your Answer
           3. Write Down Correct Answer
           4. Write Down your Score
           5. BONUS: Ask Parent(s) to take Quiz and record score
       + Book Review
           - pg. 44 Reading Progress Check
           - pg. 46 Critical Thinking
           - pg. 48 RPC & #3 & 5
           - pg. 63-64 12-13
    * Think the Vote Civic Participation: "" : 
       + Complete a Bill of Rights Institute Think the Vote Response in 5-10 sentences including the following BRI criteria:
           1. Answer cited facts and constitutional arguments
           2. Answered in cohesive sentences that were free of distracted spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors
           3. Answer addressed counter-arguments and opposing concerns in a respectful manner
           4. Answer was organized in a manner that flowed logically and read clearly
    Write on Microsoft Word or Google and Print copy to be included with a Civic Participation Form: Participation Form.docx

    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    DOI Quiz and Book Review Questions




    Day 34: Tuesday, March 15th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Review and Grade DOI Book Review Questions
    * Chapter 2 Notes XI: Lesson 2
       + Video Extensions
          - Morgan Freeman's Thoughts on the Declaration of Independence (4:47 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PvjLMyii9Y8
          - Movie Stars Read the Declaration (9:41 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ETroXvRFoKY
       + Government DOI Documents
           - Jefferson-“American Mind”: https://edsitement.neh.gov/lesson-plans/declaration-independence-expression-american-mind
           - Gettysburg Address: https://teachingamericanhistory.org/document/gettysburg-address/
           - Fragment on the Constitution and Union: https://teachingamericanhistory.org/document/fragment-on-the-constitution-and-union/
      + Extensions
           - When is the Real Independence Day? July 2nd or July 4th? NCC Article: https://constitutioncenter.org/blog/when-is-the-real-independence-day-july-2-or-july-4
           - John Adams Letter to Abigail on Independence:
    John and Abigail Letters on Independency Handout.pdf
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Chapter 2 Notes/QUIZ Prep




    Day 34: Wednesday, March 16th, 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
      + 
    * Chapter 2 Lessons 1-2 QUIZ: Notes I-XI
       + After Quiz
          - Texas v Johnson Case Study Assignment from pg 61 
       + Read the Background and Arguments from Each Side
           1. Argument Examination
               a. What is the BEST argument from Opinion A  
               b. Discuss Why did you find the argument from Opinion A Convincing 
               c. What is the BEST argument from Opinion B (List and Discuss)
               d. Discuss Why did you find the argument from Opinion B Convincing 
           2. Answer the "Exploring the Essential Question" Based on the "Issue" in 3+ Sentences
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Chapter 2 Lessons 1-2 QUIZ



    Day 35: Thursday, March 17th, 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
      + 
    * Enlightenment Philosophers: Free Speech 
       + Voltaire (1694-1778) Religious Tolerance and Free Speech: https://www.theguardian.com/books/shortcuts/2015/jan/18/beginners-guide-voltaire-philosopher-free-speech-tolerance
           - “I disagree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it” 
       + John Stuart Mill's Essay on Liberty: "Mill's Argument for Free Speech: A Guide": https://philosophicaldisquisitions.blogspot.com/2018/11/mills-argument-for-free-speech-guide.html
    * Complete Texas v Johnson Case Study Assignment
           3. Go to icivics.org to play Argument Wars and hit the arrow until you get to the case "TEXAS  V. JOHNSON":  https://www.icivics.org/games/argument-wars
              + If Absent, Print certificate at end of game (If you can't print, write down time played and get adult signature or screen shot)  
           4. What Did the Supreme Court Decide? Summarize the decision. 
               + Oyez Oral Arguments and Decision: https://www.oyez.org/cases/1988/88-155
            5. Explain: Do you agree/disagree with that decision? Explain
               + "A Conversation on the Constitution: Free Speech (29 Minutes/About 8:30 for Baseline of Court's Rulings/9:10 For Texas v. Johnson Case): https://www.annenbergclassroom.org/resource/conversation-constitution-freedom-speech/
               + C-SPAN Texas v. Johnson Clips
                    - Joey Johnson, a member of the "Revolutionary Communist Party Youth Brigade" Speaks about the Case (1:29 Minutes): https://www.c-span.org/classroom/document/?840
                    - Joey Johnson responds to ruling (5:32 Minutes): https://www.c-span.org/classroom/document/?840
    * pg. 447 Should our Democracy adopt a 28th Amendment that bans hate speech?    
       + Read the Background and Arguments from Each Side
           1. Argument Examination
               a. What is the BEST argument from TEAM "A"  
               b. Discuss Why did you find the argument from TEAM "A"  Convincing 
               c. What is the BEST argument from TEAM "B"  (List and Discuss)
               d. Discuss Why did you find the argument from TEAM "A"  Convincing 
           2. Answer Question: "Should our Democracy adopt a 28th Amendment that bans hate speech?" in 3+ Sentences
    EXTRA CREDIT EXTENSION: Argument Wars: Snyder v Phelps: https://icivics.org/games/argument-wars
       + Play the following Game: Snyder v. Phelps 
          1. Print certificate at end of game (If you can't print, write down time played and get adult signature or screen shot)  
          2. Write a blub about what the case was about and who won/why they won
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    *
    Free Speech 
     



    Day 37: Friday, March 18th 2022---Talon't Show 1/2 Day Schule/Last Day of 3rd Quarter
    * Complete pg. 447 Should our Democracy adopt a 28th Amendment that bans hate speech?    
       + Annenberg Classroom Video "Freedom of Association: Nationalist Socialist Party v. Skokie" (29:03) https://www.annenbergclassroom.org/resource/freedom-of-assembly-national-socialist-party-v-skokie/
           3. Video Notes
           4. If you were to explain this case to your classmates, you would tell them...
           5. How has your view regarding the Question: "Should our Democracy adopt a 28th Amendment that bans hate speech?" Evolved?  Answer in 2+ Sentences
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * 28th Amendment: Ban Hate Speech Deliberation   




    March 19th-March 27th NO SCHOOL-SPRING BREAK




    Day 38: Monday, March 28th 2022---March 22nd-4th Qtr Begins
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
      + BRI Think the Vote 
      + Speech Review (Hate Speech and Marketplace of Ideas) 
    * First Amendment Synopsis Packet: What the First Amendment Speech protects 2022.docx
    * Think the Vote Civic Participation: " Should the Government be More Active in the Economy?": https://billofrightsinstitute.org/ttv/debates/should-the-u-s-government-be-more-active-in-the-economy
       + Complete a Bill of Rights Institute Think the Vote Response in 5-10 sentences including the following BRI criteria:
           1. Answer cited facts and constitutional arguments
           2. Answered in cohesive sentences that were free of distracted spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors
           3. Answer addressed counter-arguments and opposing concerns in a respectful manner
           4. Answer was organized in a manner that flowed logically and read clearly
    Write on Microsoft Word or Google and Print copy to be included with a Civic Participation Form: Participation Form.docx

    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * First Amendment Synopsis Packet




    Day 39: Tuesday, March 29th, 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Correct and Review: First Amendment Synopsis Packet
    * Morse v Frederick Case Study 
       + C-Spann Classroom "Morse v. Frederick": https://www.c-span.org/classroom/document/?10120
       + pg. 401: A) #1-3, B) #1-3, C? #1-3 and D) How should the Case be decided in 3-5 Sentences

    -Sydney Spies Case And ----- Hazelwood v Kuhlmeir Argument Wars

    EXTRA CREDIT EXTENSION: icivics.org "Argument Wars":  https://www.icivics.org/games/argument-wars

       + Play the following Game: Hazelwood v Kuhlmeir 
          1. Print certificate at end of game (If you can't print, write down time played and get adult signature or screen shot)  
          2. Write a blub about what the case was about and who won/why they won

    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Morse v Frederick and Stare Decisis Case Study 




    Day 40: Wednesday, March 30th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Correct and Review: Morse v Frederick and Stare Decisis Case Study 
       + Oyez "Morse v Frederick"(5:16 Minutes): https://www.oyez.org/cases/2006/06-278   
       + "A Conversation on the Constitution: Free Speech (29 Minutes/About 11: 45 for Morse v. Frederick Case): https://www.annenbergclassroom.org/resource/conversation-constitution-freedom-speech/
    * Student Free Speech OUTSIDE of the School Worksheet: Student Free Speech Outside School.docx
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Student Free Speech OUTSIDE of the School Worksheet
     


    Day 41: Thursday, March 31st 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Review and Grade Worksheet 
       + Think the Vote Civic Participation DUE

    * Mahanoy Area School District v. B.L Case Study 
       + Case Study Packet: Mahanoy Area School District v BL 2021 Case Study.docx
       + Case Links
          - Fox News - Supreme Court justices grapple with school speech case over cheerleader's profane Snapchat post": https://www.foxnews.com/politics/supreme-court-punt-school-speech-cheerleader-snapchat
          - SCOTUSBlog "Justices Ponder Narrow Ruling in Student Speech Case": https://www.scotusblog.com/2021/04/justices-ponder-narrow-ruling-in-student-speech-case/
          - We the People: (41:59 Minutes) "Snapchat and the Schoolhouse Gate": https://constitutioncenter.org/interactive-constitution/podcast/snapchat-and-the-schoolhouse-gate
          - Mahanoy Area School District v. B.L (Cheerleader Oral Arguments from Oyez): https://www.oyez.org/cases/2020/20-255
          - [Mahanoy Area Schools District v. B.L.] Oral Argument | C-SPAN.org: https://www.c-span.org/video/?510036-1/mahanoy-area-schools-district-v-bl-oral-argument&fbclid=IwAR3ww1aHuTvuMRTV4vquFsyzF26ehCRo9rxNuju8moP8aiHPADIPsFqn8rk
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Mahanoy Area School District v. B.L Case Study 




    Civic Extension Video: "Advise and Consent (1962) Henry Fonda, Don Murray - Drama" Friday, April 1st @ 10:15
    + Advise and Consent (1962) Henry Fonda, Don Murray - Drama (2 hrs 18 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gleg3C02hAI





    Day 42: Monday, April 4th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
      + BRI Think the Vote 
      + Book Cover QUIZ on Wednesday
      + Mahanoy Area School District v. B.L Case Study Review
      + Note Outline: Note Outline-Post Independence 2022.docx
    * Harvard Foundations(edEx) Video: THOMAS E. PATTERSON on "American Government: Constitutional Foundations" ( 26:39 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DXBhhojQ98M
      + Assignment
          1. Video Notes
          2. Either of the following: What Enlightened You? OR What Confused You? (List AND Explain using the word "because" in your response)         
          3. Either of the following: What Interested You? OR What Disturbed You? (List AND Explain using the word "because" in your response)    
          4. In 2-3 Sentences, Summarize the Thesis and Discuss What Proof was offered to validate the thesis
          5. Did you agree/disagree with the thesis? If so, why? If not, why not? Did you find this article worth listening to/watching?  Explain.  
    * Think the Vote Civic Participation: "": 
       + Complete a Bill of Rights Institute Think the Vote Response in 5-10 sentences including the following BRI criteria:
           1. Answer cited facts and constitutional arguments
           2. Answered in cohesive sentences that were free of distracted spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors
           3. Answer addressed counter-arguments and opposing concerns in a respectful manner
           4. Answer was organized in a manner that flowed logically and read clearly
    Write on Microsoft Word or Google and Print copy to be included with a Civic Participation Form: Participation Form.docx

    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Harvard Foundations (edEx) Video Notes and Responses 




    Day 43: Tuesday, April 5th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Book Cover QUIZ on Wednesday 
    * Chapter 2-1 Quiz Review
    * Note Outline: Note Outline-Post Independence 2022.docx
    * 2nd Quarter Citizenship Test
       + Scantron: Bring a Pencil
       + After Test: Lesson 9: What Basic Ideas about Government did the State Constitutions: Lesson 9 What Basice Ideas About Government State Constitutions Included.pdf 
           1. Read and Highlight or Underline
           2. Reviewing and Using the Lesson #1-4
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Lesson 9: What Basic Ideas about Government did the State Constitutions 




    Day 44: Wednesday, April 6th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
      + Review and Grade Lesson 9: What Basic Ideas about Government did the State Constitutions   
      + Chapter 2 Lessons 1-2 QUIZ Review
    * Chapter 2 Notes I-III: First State Governments/First National Constitution  
       + Chapter 2 Lesson 2 "First States and the First State Constitutions": pg. 48
       + Chapter 2 Lesson 3 "The Articles of Confederation" pgs. 49-53; pgs. 824-826
    * Video Extensions
       + Learn Liberty America's Founding Part 6- Creating a Country: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LiyjVm-O1b8
       + JibJab Founding Fathers Rap (1:43 Minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8U4T1IH1C8
    * Book Review and Worksheet
       + pg. 49 Essential Question A-C
       + Iroquois Confederation/Article Worksheet: Iroquois Confederation and Articles Worksheet.pdf
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Book Review and Worksheet




    Day 45: Thursday, April 7th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Think the Vote Civic Participation DUE

       + Review and Discuss Notes
      + Citizenship TEST Review

    * Chapter 2 Notes III: The First National Constitution  
       + Chapter 2 Lesson 3 "The Articles of Confederation" pgs. 49-53; pgs. 824-826
       + EXTENSION: C-SPAN CLIPS: https://www.c-span.org/classroom/document/?7035&fbclid=IwAR2sFI0voZ_VhVks3wkx7OxQ7yj2SGjOtGqekLFNfvhIRpJISWxPt1bHLQM

    * Book Review Questions
       + pg. 13 Reading Progress Check
       + pg. 50 Exploring the Essential Question #1-4
       + pg. 53 # 3 & 5 
       + pg. 63 #5-6
       + pg. 64 #17
    OPTION ASSIGNMENT/EXTENSION: Lesson 10 Packet: Why did the Founders want to Change the Articles of Confederation of 1781: Why Did the Founders Want to Change the Articles of Confederati.pdf
       + Read and Underline or Highlight
       + List AND Describe 3 Ideas Learned 
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK

    *  Book Review Questions




    Civic Extension Video: Fiftieth Anniversary of Montana's Constitution Friday, April 8th @10:15
       "For This and Future Generations (56 Minutes): https://watch.montanapbs.org/video/montanapbs-presents-for-this-and-future-generations/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery




    Day 46: Monday, April 11th 2022

    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
      + BRI Think the Vote 
    * Chapter 2 Notes IV: 
       + Lesson 4 (pgs. 54-58)
    * Annenberg Classroom Video "Creating a Constitution" (22:55 Minutes): https://www.annenbergclassroom.org/resource/key-constitutional-concepts/
           1. Video Notes

           2. Either of the following in 2+ Sentences: What Enlightened You? OR What Confused You? (List AND Explain using the word "because" in your response)         
           3. Either of the following in 2+ Sentences: What Interested You? OR What Disturbed You? (List AND Explain using the word "because" in your response)   
    * Think the Vote Civic Participation: "Should the United States Loosen its Immigration Laws?": Should the United States Loosen its Immigration Laws?
       + Complete a Bill of Rights Institute Think the Vote Response in 5-10 sentences including the following BRI criteria:
           1. Answer cited facts and constitutional arguments
           2. Answered in cohesive sentences that were free of distracted spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors
           3. Answer addressed counter-arguments and opposing concerns in a respectful manner
           4. Answer was organized in a manner that flowed logically and read clearly
    Write on Microsoft Word or Google and Print copy to be included with a Civic Participation Form: Participation Form.docx

    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Video Notes/Response




    WINTER STORM/SNOW DAYS 3/12-3/14------EASTER BREAK: 04/14-04/18





    Day 47: Tuesday, April 19th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Review Video Notes/Response
    * Chapter 2 Notes IV-V: 
       + Lesson 4 (pgs. 54-58)
    * "Win the WhiteHouse" icivics.org Game  to Completion (30+ Minutes): https://www.icivics.org/games/win-white-house
       + If Absent: Print certificate at end of game (If you can't print, write down time played and get adult signature or screen shot)
    * Think the Vote Civic Participation: "Has the Confirmation Process of Supreme Court Justices Become too Political?": https://www.billofrightsinstitute.org/ttv/debates/has-the-confirmation-process-of-supreme-court-nominees-become-too-political
       + Complete a Bill of Rights Institute Think the Vote Response in 5-10 sentences including the following BRI criteria:
           1. Answer cited facts and constitutional arguments
           2. Answered in cohesive sentences that were free of distracted spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors
           3. Answer addressed counter-arguments and opposing concerns in a respectful manner
           4. Answer was organized in a manner that flowed logically and read clearly
    Write on Microsoft Word or Google and Print copy to be included with a Civic Participation Form: Participation Form.docx

    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Chapter Notes and Game Participation




    Day 48: Wednesday, April 20th 2021
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Review Video Notes/Response
    * Chapter 2 Notes V-VI: 
       + Lesson 4 (pgs. 55-60)
    * Book Review and Worksheet Questions
       + Book Review
           - pg. 55 Chart
           - pg. 56 Reading Progress Check
           - pg. 58; Reading Progress Check

           - pg. 60 #4;
    * Federalist Papers Study 
       + Does Our Constitution Provide for Free Government? Worksheet: Does Our Constitution Provide for Free Government? Worksheet..pdf
          -  Worksheet #1-4

    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Book Review and Worksheet Questions




    Day 49: Thursday, April 21st 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Think the Vote Civic Participation DUE

       + Review and Discuss Grade Book Review and Worksheet Questions

    * Chapter 2 Notes VI: 
       + Lesson 4 (pgs. 59-60)

    * Game and Worksheet
       + Race to Ratify icivics.org Game (30+ Minutes): https://www.icivics.org/games/race-to-ratify
          - If Absent: Print certificate at end of game (If you can't print, write down time played and get adult signature or screen shot)
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Game Participation 




    Day 50: Friday, April 22nd 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Think the Vote Civic Participation DUE

       + Review and Discuss Grade Book Review and Worksheet Questions

    * Chapter 2 Notes VI: 
       + Lesson 4 (pgs. 59-60)

       + BRI Homework Help-Drafting the Constitution (5:07 Minutes):  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jgRWoKKFrd8&feature=youtu.be
    * Play the Following Game on iCivics.org "Branches of Power": https://www.icivics.org/games/branches-power
       + If Absent: Print certificate at end of game (If you can't print, write down time played and get adult signature or screen shot) and Attach Certificate to your Prep Worksheet
    OR 
    OPTIONAL ASSIGNMENT: Federalist v. Antifederalist NCC Podcast (56:08 Minutes): https://constitutioncenter.org/interactive-constitution/podcast/the-federalists-vs-the-anti-federalists
           1. Podcast Notes
           2. Was this podcast worth listening to? What did you think of what you heard? 

    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Federalist v. AntiFederalist Info

    * Federalist v. AntiFederalist Packet
      + #1-3 Federalist No. 10 Worksheet: Federalist no 10 and Antifederalist v Federalist Contentions Worksheet.pdf


    Day 51: Monday, April 25th -Mr. F. Gone to DC
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Think the Vote Question
    * Chapter 2 Notes VI: 
       + Lesson 4 (pgs. 59-60)

    * Video Notes/Response and Book Review
       + The Story of the Bill of Rights Annenberg Video (16 Minutes): https://www.annenbergclassroom.org/resource/story-bill-rights/
           1. Video Notes
           2. Either of the following in 2+ Sentences: What Enlightened You? OR What Confused You? (List AND Explain using the word "because" in your response)     
           3. pg. 60 CT; pg. 63 #7, #9; pg. 64 #18 & #20
    * Think the Vote Civic Participation: "": 
       + Complete a Bill of Rights Institute Think the Vote Response in 5-10 sentences including the following BRI criteria:
           1. Answer cited facts and constitutional arguments
           2. Answered in cohesive sentences that were free of distracted spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors
           3. Answer addressed counter-arguments and opposing concerns in a respectful manner
           4. Answer was organized in a manner that flowed logically and read clearly
    Write on Microsoft Word or Google and Print copy to be included with a Civic Participation Form: Participation Form.docx

    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    *
     Video Notes/Response and Chapter Book Review 




    Day 52: Tuesday, April 26th 2022-Mr. F. Gone to DC
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Turn in Video Notes/Response and Chapter Book Review 
    * Chapter QUIZ
       + Notes I-VIII
    * After Quiz Exercise:
       + Read an UpFront
          OR
       + Play the Following Game : iCivics.org "Counties Work": https://icivics.org/games/counties-work  
    OPTIONAL EXTRA CREDIT ASSIGNMENT (Must Be Completed OUTSIDE Class Hour: Print certificate at end of game iCivics.org "Counties Work" 
    (If you can't print, write down time played and get adult signature or screen shot) and Attach Certificate to your Prep Worksheet

    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Chapter QUIZ/ iCivics.org "Counties Work" Game




    Day 53: Wednesday, April 27th 2022-Mr. F. Gone to DC
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
    * "Boys State" Movie
       + Exit Ticket
       + Alternative Assignment: Play the iCivics.org Game "Argument Wars: In Re: Gault" Print certificate at end of game (If you can't print, write down time played and get adult signature or screen shot)https://www.icivics.org/games/argument-wars
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * "Boys State" Movie Exit Ticket/participation or Alternative Assignment




    Day 54: Thursday, April 28th 2022-Mr. F. Gone to DC
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
    * Finish "Boys State" Movie
    * County Commissioners Prep
       + Guest Speakers Prep Worksheet: County Commissioners Prep Worksheet 2022.docx
    EXTRA CREDIT EXTENSION: Play the Following Game : iCivics.org "Counties Work": https://icivics.org/games/counties-work  
       + Print certificate at end of game (If you can't print, write down time played and get adult signature or screen shot) and Attach Certificate to your Prep Worksheet
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Guest Speakers Prep Worksheet




    Day 55: Monday, May 2nd 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Think the Vote
    * County Commissioners in Class 
       + Guest Speakers Worksheet: County Commissioners Guest Speaker Presentation Worksheet 2022.docx
       + ALTERNATIVE ASSIGNMENT: iCivics.org "Counties Work": https://icivics.org/games/counties-work  
            - Print certificate at end of game (If you can't print, write down time played and get adult signature or screen shot)
            - Must Have 30+ minutes of Play time: Play Twice if necessary
    * Think the Vote Civic Participation: "Should Executive Agencies be Able to Make Regulations on Issues Like Mask Mandates?": https://www.billofrightsinstitute.org/ttv/debates/should-the-federal-bureaucracy-make-more-policy-decisions
       + Complete a Bill of Rights Institute Think the Vote Response in 5-10 sentences including the following BRI criteria:
           1. Answer cited facts and constitutional arguments
           2. Answered in cohesive sentences that were free of distracted spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors
           3. Answer addressed counter-arguments and opposing concerns in a respectful manner
           4. Answer was organized in a manner that flowed logically and read clearly
    Write on Microsoft Word or Google and Print copy to be included with a Civic Participation Form: Participation Form.docx
     
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Guest Speakers Worksheet




    Day 56: Tuesday, May 3rd 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
      +  County Commissioners Re-Cap/Guest Speakers Worksheets DUE
      + BRI Think the Vote 
      +  "Boys State" Re-Cap
    * Individual Chapter 3: The Constitution Notes:
       + "Constitutional Government" (pgs. 13-14)
       + "The Structure of the US Constitution" (pgs. 68-69)
       + pg. 69 Chart/pg. 78 Chart
    * Chapter Worksheets 
       +  Power of Each Branch Worksheet: Powers of Each Branch Worksheet.pdf 
       + Separation of Powers/Checks and Balances Worksheet: Separation of Powers-Checks and Balances Worksheet.pdf
    EXTRA CREDIT EXTENSION: Play the Following Game on iCivics.org "Branches of Power": https://www.icivics.org/games/branches-power
       + If Absent: Print certificate at end of game (If you can't print, write down time played and get adult signature or screen shot) and Attach Certificate to your Prep Worksheet
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Chapter Worksheets 




    Day 57: Wednesday, May 4th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
      + 
    * Lecture Notes on Chapter 3 (1): The Constitution Notes III-IV: Chapter 3 Note Outline-Constitutional Principles 2021-2022 MODIFIED.docx
       + "Constitutional Government" (pgs. 13-14)
       + "The Structure of the US Constitution" (pgs. 68-69)
       + pg. 69 Chart/pg. 78 Chart
    * Youngstown Tube and Sheet Co. v. Sawyer (1952) Court Case Analysis
       + pg. 283 Youngstown Tube and Sheet Co. v. Sawyer (1952)
           1. Best Reason to Support Youngstown Tube and Sheet Co.
           2. Why did you Find the Above Reason Convincing?
           3. Best Reason to Support Sawyer 
           4. Why did you Find the Above Reason Convincing?
           5. If I was a justice I would side with...for these reasons...(3-5 Sentences Citing reasons on pg. 283 and referencing the Constitution and Constitutional Principles)
       + Annenberg Video: Checks and Balances (41:52 Minutes in-1:01:48/approximately 20 Minutes): https://www.annenbergclassroom.org/resource/key-constitutional-concepts/
           6. Video Notes  
           7. How did the Court decide this case?  What was the Basis of this Decision? 
           8. How would you explain this case to your parents, friends, etc. and it's importance as it relates to Democratic Principles? 
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Book Court Case Analyses Questions 




    Day 58: Thursday, May 5th, 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
      + BRI Think the Vote 
    * Chapter 3 (1): The Constitution Notes V: Chapter 3 Note Outline-Constitutional Principles 2021-2022 MODIFIED.docx
        + School House Rocks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OqvLi7qZ_yU
        + National Constitution Center: Explore Rights Around the World: http://constitutionalrights.constitutioncenter.org/app/home/world
       + Principles of the US Constitution (pgs. 70-71) with PowerPoint: constitutionprinciples.ppt   
    * Chapter Book Review
       + pg. 78 CT
       + pg. 79 #1
       + pg. 97 #1, 9, 12-13, 15
       + pg. 98 17-18
       + pg. 324 "United States v Nixon" Identifying the Arguments #1-5 & Exploring the Essential Question #1-3 + #4-January 6th Correspondence
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Chapter Book Review




    Day 59: Friday, May 6th 2022-Snow Day Make Up
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
      + Grade and Review Book Questions 
      + BRI Think the Vote  
    * Video Notes/Responses
       + "An Independent Judiciary" (34 Minutes) Annenberg Video: https://www.annenbergclassroom.org/resource/independent-judiciary-cherokee-nation-v-georgia-cooper-v-aaron/
           1. Video Notes 
           2. pg. 436 #17-18
           3. Any 2 DICE in 2+ Sentences EACH
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Video Notes/Responses




    Day 60: Monday, May 9th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Think the Vote
    * Chapter 3 Lesson 3 Notes I: Chapter 3 Lesson 3 Note Outline Formal and Informal Changes and the Judicial Branch 2021.docx
       + Amending the Constitution pgs. 81-83 
       + ERA (CloseUp): https://www.closeup.org/era-wont-go-away/
    * Amending the Constitution PowerPoint: amendingconstitution.ppt
    * Amending the Constitution Worksheet, Video Notes/Responses, and Book Review
       + Worksheet: Amending the Constitution Worksheet.pdf
       + National Constitution Center Debate on the Equal Rights Amendment | C-SPAN.org Video: https://www.c-span.org/video/?507185-1/national-constitution-center-debate-equal-rights-amendment
         1. Notes (On Back of worksheet) 
         2. Best argument for ratifying the ERA
         3. Why I found the above argument persuasive
         4. Best argument against ratifying the ERA
         5. What I found the above argument persuasive.
         6. I would vote to ratify/reject the ERA because....
       + Book Review
          - pg. 81 A-C
          - pg. 82 CT #1
    * Think the Vote Civic Participation: "" :
       + Complete a Bill of Rights Institute Think the Vote Response in 5-10 sentences including the following BRI criteria:
           1. Answer cited facts and constitutional arguments
           2. Answered in cohesive sentences that were free of distracted spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors
           3. Answer addressed counter-arguments and opposing concerns in a respectful manner
           4. Answer was organized in a manner that flowed logically and read clearly
    Write on Microsoft Word or Google and Print copy to be included with a Civic Participation Form: Participation Form.docx

    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Amending the Constitution Worksheet, Video Notes/Responses, and Book Review




    Day 61: Tuesday, May 10th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Review and Grade Amending the Constitution Worksheet, Video Notes/Responses, and Book Review
    * Chapter 3 Notes II 
       + The Bill of Rights pgs. 83-86
    * Bill of Rights Scavenger Hunt Packet: Bill of Rights Scavenger Hunt 2021-2022.doc
       + Answer on a Separate Sheet of Paper
    EXTRA CREDIT EXTENSION: Play the Following Game on iCivics.org "Do I Have a Right-BOR Edition": https://www.icivics.org/games/do-i-have-right
       + If Absent: Print certificate at end of game (If you can't print, write down time played and get adult signature or screen shot) and Attach Certificate to your Prep Worksheet
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Bill of Rights Scavenger Hunt Packet




    Day 62: Wednesday, May 11th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Review and Grade Bill of Rights Scavenger Hunt Packet
    * Chapter 3 Notes II (First and Second Amendments: Limitations on Congress)
       + The Bill of Rights pgs. 83-86
       + Incorporation and the Bill of Rights pgs. 463-464
           - Barron v Baltimore (1833)
           - Gitlow v. New York (1925)
           - Incorporation, Selective Incorporation,  
      + The Second Amendmentpgs. 473-474
       + BRI Homework Help "Incorporation": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vT_HdOY-Cw&t=138s
    * McDonald v. City of Chicago Case Study
       + Worksheet: McDonald v City of Chicago 2021.docx 
       + Decision: https://www.oyez.org/cases/2009/08-1521
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK

    McDonald v. City of Chicago Case Study Worksheet




    Day 63: Thursday, May 12th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Think the Vote
       + Review and Grade Worksheet/Book Problems
    * Kennedy v. Bremmerton School District Case Study 
       + Packet: Street Law Kennedy v Bremerton School District Case Analysis.docx
       + Other Resources
           - NCC Podcast "We the People: Football, Faith, and the First Amendment – Part 2" (54 Minutes): https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/we-the-people/id83213431?i=1000558297090
           - Establishment Clause Interpretation: https://constitutioncenter.org/interactive-constitution/interpretation/amendment-i/interps/264 
           - Free Exercise Interpretation: https://constitutioncenter.org/interactive-constitution/interpretation/amendment-i/interps/265 

           - SCOTUSBlog Website: https://www.scotusblog.com/case-files/cases/kennedy-v-bremerton-school-district-2/
           - The Daily: The Supreme Court Considers a Football Coach’s Prayers (31 Minutes): https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-daily/id1200361736?i=1000558846113
           - Fox News - Supreme Court to hear religious liberty dispute over high school coach's on-field prayers: https://www.foxnews.com/politics/supreme-court-religious-liberty-school-coach
           - Street Law Case Summary: Street Law Kennedy v Bremerton School District Case Summary.docx
           - Oyez Oral Arguments: https://www.oyez.org/cases/2021/21-418

    EXTRA CREDIT EXTENSION: France, Islam and ‘Laïcité’ (30 Minutes): https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-daily/id1200361736?i=1000508726838

       1. Podcast Notes
       2. DICE
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Kennedy v. Bremmerton School District Case Study 




    Day 64: Monday, May 16th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Think the Vote
       + Announcement: Unit/Semester Test on Thursday 
    * Article I: The Legislative Branch 
       + Chapter Text pgs. 72-74
       + Pocket Constitution: Article I Section 
       + SchoolHouse Rock Bill Process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FFroMQlKiag 
       + MT State Bill Process Handout: Bill Process Handout.pdf
    * Worksheet, Video Notes/Response, and Book Problems
       + YLI Worksheet: YLI Congree Worksheet.docx
          - YLI Website for Worksheet: http://yli236.youthleadership.net/econgress/demo/intro_overview?_yli_session=d13be4b9d80017c9ce3edeae9623ce55
       + Annenberg-Bill Process Video "One School's Fight: The Making of a Law" (20 Minutes) Annenberg Video: https://www.annenbergclassroom.org/resource/one-schools-fight-making-law/
           1. Video Notes
           2. List and describe 2 government ideas or concepts that you learned through the video. 
    * pg. 90 Debate #1-7 and Continuum
    EXTRA CREDIT EXTENSION:
       * Annenberg-Bill Process Video "Legislative Process: How a Bill Becomes Federal Law" (19 Minute) Annenberg Video: https://www.annenbergclassroom.org/resource/legislative-process-bill-becomes-federal-law/ 
       * iCvics.org Game "Lawcraft": https://www.icivics.org/games/lawcraft
          + Print certificate at end of game (If you can't print, write down time played and get adult signature or screen shot)
      
    * Think the Vote Civic Participation: "Should the Supreme Court Increase Transparency Around its Proceedings?": https://www.billofrightsinstitute.org/ttv/debates/should-the-supreme-court-increase-transparency-around-its-proceedings
       + Complete a Bill of Rights Institute Think the Vote Response in 5-10 sentences including the following BRI criteria:
           1. Answer cited facts and constitutional arguments
           2. Answered in cohesive sentences that were free of distracted spelling, punctuation and grammatical errors
           3. Answer addressed counter-arguments and opposing concerns in a respectful manner
           4. Answer was organized in a manner that flowed logically and read clearly
    Write on Microsoft Word or Google and Print copy to be included with a Civic Participation Form: Participation Form.docx
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Worksheet, Video Notes/Response, and Book Problems




    Day 64: Tuesday, May 17th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Think the Vote
       + 
    * Article II: The Executive Branch 
       + Chapter Text pgs. 74-75
       + Pocket Constitution  
       + pg. 264 Presidential Roles  
    * Podcast Notes/Responses: NY Times "Biden's Executive Orders" (24:02 Minutes): https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/22/podcasts/the-daily/joe-biden-covid-environment-immigration-executive-orders.html
          1. Notes 
          2. List AND Describe the Most Important Idea(s), Concept(s), or Principle(s) Learned. 
          3. Either of the following: What Enlightened You? OR What Confused You? (List AND Explain using the word "because" in your response and in 2+ Sentences)    
          4. Either of the following: What Interested You? OR What Disturbed You? (List AND Explain using the word "because" in your response and in 2+ Sentences)    
          5. Watch the SNL Clip and discuss the relation of the satire to the Podcast
           + SNL Executive Orders (3:30 minutes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUDSeb2zHQ0
    EXTRA CREDIT EXTENSION:
       * "Mandate: the President and the People" (34:11 Minutes) Annenberg Video: https://www.annenbergclassroom.org/resource/mandate-the-president-and-the-people/
          - Notes
          - Summary
       * Play the Following Game on iCivics.org "Executive Command": https://www.icivics.org/games/executive-command

          - If Absent: Print certificate at end of game (If you can't print, write down time played and get adult signature or screen shot) and Attach Certificate to your Prep Worksheet
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK

    * Podcast/Video Notes and Responses




    Day 69: Wednesday, May 18th 2022
    * Questions, Comments, Concerns, Things for the Good of the Order
       + Think the Vote
       + 
    * Article III: The Judicial Branch 
       + Chapter Text pgs. 75-76
       + Pocket Constitution  
    * John Roberts Video "The Origin, Nature, and Importance of the Supreme Court" (37 Minutes): https://www.annenbergclassroom.org/resource/a-conversation-on-the-constitution-the-origin-nature-and-importance-of-the-supreme-court/
       + Write Down the 16 Q's and A's
       + Any 2 DICE in 2+ Sentences Each
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * John Roberts Video "The Origin, Nature, and Importance of the Supreme Court" Notes




    Day 70: Thursday, May 19th 2022
    * Unit/Semester Test 
       + Students that meet Senior Exemptions are Excused from Class
    * Textbook Return and Class Evaluation
    ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
    * Unit Test