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How can we balance privacy vs. security?. We will explore this question throughout this unit, beginning with our class discussion today. 4 Corners Activity. Read the question. You have 1 minute to quietly to take a stance and come up with reasons why you feel this way.

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how can we balance privacy vs security

How can we balance privacy vs. security?

We will explore this question throughout this unit, beginning with our class discussion today.

4 corners activity
4 Corners Activity.
  • Read the question.
  • You have 1 minute to quietly to take a stance

and come up with reasons why you feel this way.

    • 1. Totally OK. 2. I wouldn’t mind. 3. I do mind. 4. No way.
  • Then take a stance by moving to the correct corner in the room.
    • 1. Totally OK. 2. I wouldn’t mind. 3. I do mind. 4. No way.
discussion
Discussion.
  • Discuss the question with those who share your stance.
  • After 3 minutes, I will choose one spokesperson from each corner.
  • Each spokesperson will come to the center and give the main reasons why they took that stance.
  • If the debate continues, he/she must call on someone from their corner to give supporting evidence for that corner.
question 1
Question #1.

I would be OK with random searches of my personal possessions, to ensure my safety.

  • Totally OK. 2. I wouldn’t mind. 3. I do mind. 4. No way.
  • Discuss the question with those who share your stance.
    • After 3 minutes, I will choose one spokesperson from each corner.
    • The spokesperson will come to the center and give the main reasons why you took that stance.
    • If the debate continues, he/she can call on someone from their corner to give supporting evidence for that corner.
question 2
Question #2.

I would be OK with cameras in every room of Lake Hazel Middle School, so suspicious or dangerous behavior can be monitored or prevented.

  • Totally OK. 2. I wouldn’t mind. 3. I do mind. 4. No way.

Discuss the question with those who share your stance.

    • After 3 minutes, I will choose one spokesperson from each corner.
    • The spokesperson will come to the center and give the main reasons why you took that stance.
    • If the debate continues, he/she can call on someone from their corner to give supporting evidence for that corner.
question 3
Question #3.

I would be OK with an 11:00pm city curfew, to reduce crime.

  • Totally OK. 2. I wouldn’t mind. 3. I do mind. 4. No way.
          • Discussion.
question 4
Question #4.

I would be OK with the government listening to my phone conversations and reading my emails if it allowed them to identify crimes, and prevent potential acts of terrorism.

  • Totally OK. 2. I wouldn’t mind. 3. I do mind. 4. No way.
          • Discussion.