Learning Goal: Students will be able to use evidence to support analysis of primary sources.
Other daily objectives: Students will demonstrate prior knowledge of concepts taught throughout the first quarter by taking a pre-test.
Task 1: Pre-test and Poster Walk Preview
Civics: the study of the RIGHTS and RESPONSIBILITIES of citizens.
So what is a CITIZEN?
Here's the long answer: "a legally recognized subject of a state or commonwealth, either native or naturalized."
Here's the short answer: If you were born in America, then you are a citizen. You're guaranteed certain rights and protections from your government.
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Poster Walk Preview
1.The number on the poster.
2.Briefly summarize what is on the poster. (people, places, activities, quotes, information…)
3.Is this a primary or secondary source?
4.What might this poster tell you about what you’ll be learning in Civics this year?
Pick your two best responses to share with the class. If someone else has already chosen your poster, tell us what you think it means after they are presenting and pick another poster from your list of 5 to share with the class.
Task 2: Analyzing Photographs and Political Cartoons
Scroll through each of the images below and answer the "Photo Analysis" questions in the attached document to the right.
Scroll through each of the images below and answer the "Cartoon Analysis" questions on the attached document to the right.