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Since we will not have class on your exam day (10/20), you will have an assignment due. I want to make sure that you are working on your Integrated Assignment/Group Informative Speeches, so I would like you each to submit citations for the sources you plan to use. Remember, each of you are responsible for two sources, at least one of them must be a scholarly source. You should include the names of your group members, and the proper APA citation for your sources.
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Since we will not have class on your exam day (10/20), you will have an assignment due. I want to make sure that you are working on your Integrated Assignment/Group Informative Speeches, so I would like you each to submit citations for the sources you plan to use. Remember, each of you are responsible for two sources, at least one of them must be a scholarly source. You should include the names of your group members, and the proper APA citation for your sources. This will be due by the end of our class time Thursday, October 20th.
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Since we will not have class on your exam day (10/20), you will have an assignment due. I want to make sure that you are working on your Integrated Assignment/Group Informative Speeches, so I would like you each to submit citations for the sources you plan to use. Remember, each of you are responsible for two sources, at least one of them must be a scholarly source. You should include the names of your group members, and the proper APA citation for your sources.
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For my non-COMM sections (1:00 and 3:30), lets discuss the [[Attach:GroupInformativeFall2016.pdf|Integrated Assignment].]
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For my non-COMM sections (1:00 and 3:30), lets discuss the [[Attach:GroupInformativeFall2016.pdf|Integrated Assignment]].
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For my non-COMM sections (1:00 and 3:30), lets discuss the [Attach:GroupInformativeFall2016.pdf|Integrated Assignment].
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For my non-COMM sections (1:00 and 3:30), lets discuss the [[Attach:GroupInformativeFall2016.pdf|Integrated Assignment].]
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For my non-COMM sections (1:00 and 3:30), lets discuss the [Attach:GroupInformativeFall2016.pdf|Integrated Assignment].
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Once again, you have an exam coming up for POLS. Just like last time, I have assigned each of you a chapter ([[6JFall2016Exam2|6J]], [[5JFall2016Exam2|5J]], [[4JFall2016Exam2|4J]], [[22JFall2016Exam2|22J]], [[21JFall2016Exam2|21J]]). Split the chapter up amongst yourselves so that no one is covering the same material. Think about the types of questions that were asked on your last exam and on your quizzes, try to model your questions off those. You will each submit five multiple choice questions (95 characters), with the answers (60 characters)highlighted, over your portion of the chapter. These will be due by 11:59 PM 10/17.
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Once again, you have an exam coming up for POLS. Just like last time, I have assigned each of you a chapter ([[6JFall2016Exam2|6J]], [[5JFall2016Exam2|5J]], [[4JFall2016Exam2|4J]], [[22JFall2016Exam2|22J]], [[21JFall2016Exam2|21J]]). Split the chapter up amongst yourselves so that no one is covering the same material. Think about the types of questions that were asked on your last exam and on your quizzes, try to model your questions off those. You will each submit five multiple choice questions (95 characters), with the answers (60 characters) highlighted, over your portion of the chapter. These will be due by 11:59 PM 10/17.
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Once again, you have an exam coming up for POLS. Just like last time, I have assigned each of you a chapter ([[6JFall2016Exam2|6J]], [[5JFall2016Exam2|5J]], [[4JFall2016Exam2|4J]], [[22JFall2016Exam2|22J]], [[21JFall2016Exam2|21J]]). Split the chapter up amongst yourselves so that no one is covering the same material. Think about the types of questions that were asked on your last exam and on your quizzes, try to model your questions off those. You will each submit five multiple choice questions (95 characters), with the answers (60 characters)highlighted, over your portion of the chapter. These will be due by 11:59 PM 10/17.
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=855Am6ovK7s|First Presidential Debate]]
* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FRlI2SQ0Ueg|Second Presidential Debate]]
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//www.amnesty.org.uk/sites/default/files/the_human_rights_act_-_amnesty_speaker_programme_-_activity_3_14_-_the_right_to_privacy.pdf

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://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/education/activities/3602_spyfactory.html

https://www.scribd.com/doc/45378352/Social-Media-Lesson-Plan

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Divide yourselves into groups. Some of you will represent a candidate (2 candidates), some will represent moderators (3 moderators), and the rest will represent the voters. I will give the candidate teams some time to decide on the issues that are important for them. While they are doing that, the voters will think about their stances on certain issues. Some examples for issues might include college, immigration, social security, job creation, gun control, etc. The moderators will come up with questions about these issues to ask the candidates. Once the candidates have their stances solidified, and the moderators have questions for them, the candidates will have a short debate.

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'''[[http://www.growingvoters.org/pdfs/Presidential-Election-Trading-Cards-Classroom-Lesson-elementary-grades-2012.pdf|Popular Vote]]:''' Once the debate has concluded, the voters and moderators will vote on which candidate they would support. Who won? By how much?

'''[[http://www.edutopia.org/blog/interactive-learning-about-elections-paul-gigliotti|State Vote]]:''' Now I will divide you into "states". You now represent the Electoral College for your state. Talk amongst your group. Depending on who voted for who in your group, decide who has won the electoral votes for your state. A representative from each "state" will say who has won the votes for that state (remember, electoral votes are winner take all for each state). Who won? By how much? Are the results of the popular vote different from those of the electoral? Did the other candidate win? If the same candidate won, did the percentage they won by change?
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Divide yourselves into groups. Some of you will represent a candidate (2 candidates), some will represent moderators (3 moderators), and the rest will represent the voters. I will give the candidate teams some time to decide on the issues that are important for them. While they are doing that, the voters will think about their stances on certain issues. Some examples for issues might include college, immigration, social security, job creation, gun control, etc. The moderators will come up with questions about these issues to ask the candidates. Once the candidates have their stances solidified, and the moderators have questions for them, the candidates will have a short debate.

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'''[[http://www.growingvoters.org/pdfs/Presidential-Election-Trading-Cards-Classroom-Lesson-elementary-grades-2012.pdf|Popular Vote]]:''' Once the debate has concluded, the voters and moderators will vote on which candidate they would support. Who won? By how much?

'''[[http://www.edutopia.org/blog/interactive-learning-about-elections-paul-gigliotti|State Vote]]:''' Now I will divide you into "states". You now represent the Electoral College for your state. Talk amongst your group. Depending on who voted for who in your group, decide who has won the electoral votes for your state. A representative from each "state" will say who has won the votes for that state (remember, electoral votes are winner take all for each state). Who won? By how much? Are the results of the popular vote different from those of the electoral? Did the other candidate win? If the same candidate won, did the percentage they won by change?
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%red%'''Homework'''%black%: Your %green%[[Attach:Fall2016TriadJMidtermReflection.pdf|Midterm Reflection]] %black%is due on Blackboard by 11:59 PM 10/13.
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%blue%'''For Dr. Smith's Class'''%black%: '''due 10/19'''
** Chapter 5. Civil Rights
** Chapter 7. Political Parties
** Chapter 8. Nominations and Elections
** Chapter 9. Participation, Voting Behavior, And Campaigns
** Chapter 10. Interest Groups
** Does Equality Truly Exist?
** Quiz #5
** Quiz #7
** Quiz #8
** Quiz #9
** Quiz #10
* '''Exam 2 - 10/20-10/21'''