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Name Victoria Hickmon Title of text(s) pages 103- 111 Talking Points Form As you read and interact with the text(s), jot down talking points ( your thoughts, ideas, connections, etc…) to share during our class discussion (minimum of 5 thoughtful points). Be sure to include the page # and a portion of the text as a reference . Finally, in order to receive full credit , you must include a few questions you still have on the topic or questions that occurred to you about the topic during your reading. Page # Text Reference Talking Points 103 “Government can be both I think it is important to make sure that students know they are allowed good and bad.” to not agree with all of the government's actions. 104 limited vs. unlimited government
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Unformatted text preview: It is important that students are able to address the pros and cons of both types of governments. 109 Supreme Court Cases By teaching students the supreme court cases where students challenged their rights, could help empower them in recognizing their rights and respecting them. 111 “The United States continues It is so easy to get caught up in the negatives of our country that I forget about to be a major influence on the positive impact we have had on the world. rest of the world.” Questions you have on the topic… ● An effective activity for teaching the way our government works? ● Accommodations for ELLs when teaching about our government?...
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