Module 1 1.02
1.02 What is Citizenship?
1. How does the 14th Amendment of the US Constitution define citizens? _
a. Jus soli:_
b. Jus sanguinis: _
c. naturalization: _
2. Categorizing non-citizens. Write as many notes as possible for each.
Summarization Graphic Organizer
What information seems the most important? Note key points mentioned in the article.
Look at the key points and organize any that are related.
What do the key points in each group have in common? Use that inf
Module 2 Lesson 2.04 Federalism
1. What is Federalism? _
a. sovereign - _
b. What does the Constitution do?_
c. What is dual federalism?_
d. What is cooperative federalism?_
2. What types of powers are in the Constitution?
i. a. delegated or expressed
Module 2 Lesson 2.03
2.03 The Anti-Federalists
You will use the information in this lesson to write a persuasive argument for one side of a
debate or the other using evidence found in the lesson.
1. Ratification of the Constitution required _ out of _ sta
Read The British Raj and Hijarat and its Meaning. Record your responses below.
List all examples of violent conflict between the British and Indian people.
List the identities of all involved in the violent conflicts between the Britis
Student Name: _ Interviewee Name: _
How do you know the interviewee? _
Part A: Questions and Responses Question Notes on Interviewee Response
1. What inspired you to become a U.S. citizen?
2. What steps did you have to take as part of the
Module 2 Foundations
2.00 Foundations Objectives look through the pace chart and plan out the module. Dont
forget to be working on your Service Learning Project. You also need to start thinking about
your collaboration assignment.
Take your 2.00 Pre-test.
Module 1 1.04
1.04 Service Project
1. What is service?_
2. How can you contribute?
a. What is diversity? _
b. What is interdependence?_
c. be sure to complete the questionnaire.
3. What can you do? Take notes on what you can do to help your community.
Archetypes: Familiar Expressions Worksheet
1. What sets Po, the hero of Kung Fu Panda, apart from the traditional archetypal hero?
2. What sets heroes like Iron Man and Batman apart from the traditional archetypal hero?
3. Even though they are very differ
Directions: Replace the information on this document with your own information. Choose whether to
argue as a Federalist or as an Anti-Federalist. Review the lesson to make sure you understand their main
Module 2 Lesson 2.02 The Constitution
2.02 The Constitution The Articles of Confederation
1. What are the Articles of Confederation?_
b. How were states effected?_
c. What were the successes of the Articles of Confederation?
Think about the lessons you completed in this module, and then use this 3-2-1 chart to
fill in details from your reflection. Use it when you call your instructor for the Discussion
Based Assessment. The 3-2-1 chart will help you start the conv
Module 1.00 and 1.01
Answer the questions as you read through the module. This will help you to take
notes that you may use during DBAs and Exams.
1.00 Be sure to check the pacing chart and see what you need to do for each
1.01 Natural Rights
Use textual support from the poems and your reading in this lesson to fill in the left and right columns of
the chart for both poems.
Song-To the Men of England
Land of Hope and Glory
Meter (Iambic pentameter, Iambic
hexameter, for exampl
Assessment: When the Supreme Court rules on a case, the justices publish a majority opinion,
explaining the rationale behind the official decisions. Any justices who did not agree with the
majority write a minority, or dissenting