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Unit 6 Week 1

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Unit 6 Week 1
Do Now
1. -en, ex.frighten
2. -ment ex.experiment
3. - ess ex.princess
4. - less ex. thoughtless
A. one who (female)
B. to make
C. action or process
D. without
Match the meaning with the suffix.
Do Now Review
1. -en, to make B
2. -ment action or process C
3. - ess one who (female) A
4. - less without D
Agenda
1. Do Now
2. Review LT
3. Journal
4. Gallery Walk
5. Hobbes and Locke Packet
Learning Today
I can compare and contrast big ideas of Hobbes and Locke.
Why Government?
1. Read the article.
2. Complete Activity B,C and D
-USE A SEPARATE SHEET OF PAPER
The Enlightenment
1. State of Nature
2. Different Views
3. Take a Stand with Quotes
Analyzing Primary Sources
1. Read the excerpt from John Locke
2. Answer question 1-4 in at least two sentences.
Finished Early? - Complete Word Search Puzzle
John Locke Gallery Walk
1. Number each quote
2. Write what the quote means to you.
3. Do you agree or disagree.
Journal
What does liberty mean to you? Why?
Enlightenment Mini-Project
Task 1 - Central Idea
1) Read each resource card
2) Identify the following
a. Topic of concept
b. Details (9 total)
c. Main Ideas (3 Total)
Task 2 - Vocabulary
1) Identify 4 unfamiliar words
2) Complete a Vocabulary Word Map
Task 3 - 1) Select a non-fiction article
2) Write a response to the article from the perspective of EACH philosopher
a. Would they agree with the information? Why or Why not?
b. Four sentence minimum per response
Task 4 -
Create a skit or debate on a modern day issue using the perspectives
Task 1
Task 2
Task 3
Choice 1- Trump and the Mexico Border
Choice 2 - Civil Rights
Definition
Synonym
Sentence
Picture or Antonym
4 words total
What would your philosopher say? Why?
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