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Literature Selection Review: John Locke's Second Treatise of Government

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Suneeta Israni

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Transcript of Literature Selection Review: John Locke's Second Treatise of Government

Reviewing John Locke's Second Treatise of Government (1690) - Ch. VIII: Of the Beginning of Political Societies - Sections 95 - 99

Part of CA State Standards (7.11.5)
Outlines theories of a civil society (state of nature, property, and legitimate governments, etc); Specifically used in curriculum to support how democratic thought and institutions were influenced by Enlightenment thinkers
CCSS Text Measure: 970L to 1120L
Lexile Measure of this Text: 1690L (Extremely advanced)
Stage 1 of ZPD

Demographics of Santa Rosa Charter Academy
Ethnicity: 94% Latino, 4% Asian, 2% White, and 1% Black
Free and reduced-price lunch: 81%
English language learners: 14.0%
Average history class size is 29
Average 7th grader's lexile level is 735L to 1065L
Half of the 7th graders are considered basic and/or below basic
*Based upon 2011-2012 data
Ideas for Instruction
Pre and post debrief
Overview of specific reading tools and vocab
Close reading with guided questions
Videos/visuals
Differentiated texts
Collaboration amongst peers

The Review


59% of entire text is beneficial
27% of entire text is required and accessible
45% of beneficial text is required and accessible
Avg. of 6.5 vocab words/page
Recommendation: Usage of partial text

Although lexile levels indicate this text to be extremely advanced, I believe that with appropriate preventative measures taken, this text can be accessible if the instructor strategically and heavily assists students through appropriate differentiation and guided reading. If done properly, this text can push students to navigate rigorous texts and set students up for success in meeting CCSS and upcoming grade level standards.

Part of CA State Standards (7.11.5)
Stage 1 of ZPD
Outlines theories of a civil society (state of nature, property, and legitimate governments, etc); Specifically used in curriculum to support how democratic thought and institutions were influenced by Enlightenment thinkers
CCSS Text Measure: 970L to 1120L
Lexile Measure of this Text: 1690L (Extremely advanced)
Reviewing John Locke's Second Treatise of Government (1690) - Ch. VIII: Of the Beginning of Political Societies - Sections 95 - 99
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