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u3l12

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on 14 January 2015

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u3l12
Justice
Create your own definition of the word "justice"
How does your culture affect your views on justice?
Combine your definition with the person next to you to create a super-duper definition
Cultural Perspectives
Final Assessment
Argumentative Essay
What issues resonate across cultures?
Time to Assert American Values
Conclusion
Do Now
Get your Springboard book, then copy down the Lesson EQ and the word of the day
Respond to the following prompt in your notebook.
Imagine that you, an American teenager, were caught vandalizing a car and street signs and were then arrested by the police. What do you expect your punishment would be and why? (community service, jail time, repairing the damage, or something else?)
Wednesday, January 14th
Background Information: Michael Fay Controversy
What is the issue here?
How does it resonate across cultures?
Arguing for Justice
Page 139
Fill out the graphic organizer
What words comes to mind when you see or hear the terms in the left column?
What has influenced your opinion of these terms?
Focus Question: Is the author for or against America getting involved in other cultures?
Task: Mark the text with F (for) and A (against) where you see evidence of the author's feelings about the subject
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