Starter 17: Review "Bill of Rights" by Howard Zinn
1. Quick debrief of yesterday's NEST speaker-- possible topic for your project?! Connections to our curriculum?
2. Ashley to explain the reason for the Zinn assigned reading: As you dive into project work next 3 weeks, the question before you will be to decide what justice means on the issue you choose and ultimately what the best way for you to make your voice heard—the best way to take a small (or big) step in advocating for or bringing about more justice with regard to your issue. This reading is all about the ways in which individuals, even young children, have done just that. Ta-da!
3. With partner, identify his thesis and come up with 3 questions for discussion. Write them down.
4. Small group discussion—In your Moral Philosophy study groups please discuss these questions. Elect one student to take notes and SHARE THE NOTES WITH ASHLEY (and all group members).
If we have time, we will get into RHETORIC. Here's the plan for that. We may push this to tomorrow though.
Rhetoric Learning Goals:
Intro to Rhetoric
Ticket out the door:
Humanities 11 Teacher at Animas High School