ISS & POLICIES AMER GOV
ISS & POLICIES AMER GOV GOV 312L
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Date Created: 09/06/15
Ann Carruthers May 3 2007 Supplemental Instruction Lesson Plan Government 312L Issues in American Politics Professor Freeman Topic Preconstitution debate over property quali cation for voting Objectives To gain a comprehensive understanding of these four men s differing beliefs To practice summarizing main ideas To learn how to argue an opinion that may not be your own To synthesize what you have learned through discussion by writing an essay 0 Greet the Class 12 Minutes 0 Ask how everyone is doing 0 Ask if there are any questions any one wants to make sure we address today 0 Discuss last week s lectures 10 Minutes 0 What was the point of last week s lectures o How would you summarize them in a couple of sentences I Explain Writing or creating brief summaries in your head of what we cover in class will help you process it and remember if better It is like putting a COlOI ll tab on it creating easier access in the future 0 Explain how the four authors we read create a context for Tocqueville who we will start reading next week I Adams Kent argued for property quali cations for voting did not want democracy I Buel Jackson argued against property qualifications for voting wanted full democracy 0 Split into four groups 57 Minutes 0 Each group will be responsible for representing the views of one of the four authors 0 Have students review the readings and notes together in small groups Ann Carruthers May 3 2007 0 Have a debate 1520 Minuets 0 Each group will answer the debate questions for the author they are representing 0 Encourage the students to pay attention to what each group says because they will be asked to write an essay about this topic at the end of the section 0 Ask the following questions one at a time and go around in a circle letting each group answer I Can the people govern well as a mass I Are men created equal 39 How should this effect the structure of the government 0 Ask the students to write a short essay 515 Minuets 0 Essay Question 39 Compare and contrast the views of Adams and Kent with Buel and Jackson
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