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Presidential Election Project. Bell Work: We have finished our first test and now its time for you to do something I’m sure you’ll enjoy…. Give me a grade! . I ask that you think about the first few weeks in their entirety and choose a letter grade for me.

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    1. Presidential Election Project

    2. Bell Work: We have finished our first test and now its time for you to do something I’m sure you’ll enjoy…. Give me a grade! • I ask that you think about the first few weeks in their entirety and choose a letter grade for me. • Then, please tell me a few things I’ve done well and a few things you would like to see change or that I could improve on. • I may not be able to do all the things you ask for, but I will take your suggestions seriously. • Please hand in when you are finished. • This is anonymous so feel free to give constructive criticism. (I.E. Don’t put your name on it) ___________________________________________________________ 1. After considering Mrs. V’s performance for the last 3 weeks I would give her a (circle one): A B C D F 2. Some things Mrs. V does well are: 3. Some things Mrs. V could improve on or that I would like to see changed are:

    3. The Undecided Voter • What do you think of their questions and concerns?

    4. Presidential Election Project • Expectations • Rubric

    5. The Rise of Political Parties • Please read through the article and answer the questions on the worksheet • Due Tomorrow

    6. Bell Work • What is propaganda? Propaganda: Information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote or publicize a particular political cause or point of view.

    7. Propaganda Examples

    8. Only shows one side • Demonizes opponent • Twists the truth • Appeals to emotions • Inspires patriotism • Tries to convince you to think a certain way Information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote or publicize a particular political cause or point of view. Propaganda • War Posters • Advertisements • Tweets/Social Media • Opinion sections in newspapers and during news shows • Political Ads • Factual news shows • Informative sections of the newspaper • Scholarly publications

    9. Different ways to sway you • Emotion = playing on your heart strings • Truth = showering you with facts • Testimony = People sharing • Style = dazzling you Their Goal is to PERSUADE a particular audience to vote for their candidate

    10. Directions • Please take out a piece of paper and rip it in half • Number the front of one half “1” and the back of that half “2” • Label the other half “3” • Please write in BIG numbers

    11. Are you feeling it? 1=Not at all 2=Sort of 3=Absolutely! Who is the targeted Audience?What is the technique?What is the message?

    12. Are you feeling it? 1=Not at all 2=Sort of 3=Absolutely! Who is the targeted Audience?What is the technique?What is the message? Strong

    13. Are you feeling it? 1=Not at all 2=Sort of 3=Absolutely! Who is the targeted Audience?What is the technique?What is the message? Donor

    14. Are you feeling it? 1=Not at all 2=Sort of 3=Absolutely! Who is the targeted Audience?What is the technique?What is the message?

    15. Are you feeling it? 1=Not at all 2=Sort of 3=Absolutely! Who is the targeted Audience?What is the technique?What is the message? The Talk

    16. Are you feeling it? 1=Not at all 2=Sort of 3=Absolutely! Who is the targeted Audience?What is the technique?What is the message? Obamaville

    17. Are you feeling it? 1=Not at all 2=Sort of 3=Absolutely! Who is the targeted Audience?What is the technique?What is the message? Cheaters

    18. Are you feeling it? 1=Not at all 2=Sort of 3=Absolutely! Who is the targeted Audience?What is the technique?What is the message? Get Real

    19. Are you feeling it? 1=Not at all 2=Sort of 3=Absolutely! Who is the targeted Audience?What is the technique?What is the message? Family

    20. The Issue of Truth • It gets muddy out there…. Use your resources • http://www.politifact.com • www.factcheck.org

    21. Exit Slip – hand in this and your notes sheet BEFORE you leave. • What type of ad technique is most effective and why? • Emotion = playing on your heart strings • Testimony = People Sharing • Truth = showering you with facts • Style = dazzling/entertaining you

    22. Bell Work • What type of ad technique is least effective and why? • Emotion = playing on your heart strings • Persuasion = making an argument • Truth = showering you with facts • Style = dazzling/entertaining you

    23. Bell Work • Please grab the “Main Issues of the 2012 Election” packet from the desk next to my cart. • Today’s Agenda • Introduce the main issues • Begin watching the presidential debate

    24. Bell Work • Take out your “Debate Worksheet” and make sure you have answered #1 • Today’s Agenda: • Watch the presidential debate for ½ the hour • 214 to research the candidates’ positions on the 11 main issues • “Research Worksheet” Due Thursday • Schedule test taking dates for those students who haven’t taken it yet • Hand back issue sentences

    25. Bell Work • Hand in your “Debate Worksheet” • After attendance, we are going to 214 to research the candidates’ positions on the 11 main issues

    26. Bell Work • None • Today’s Agenda • Finish “Issues” • Show to Mrs. V • Take “I Side With” • Print off 1ST PAGE OF RESULTS • Give to Mrs. V

    27. Bell Work • What are the 4 Techniques used by ad makers to persuade their audience? • Truth • Style • Emotion • Testimony

    28. Are you feeling it? 1=Not at all 2=Sort of 3=Absolutely! Who is the targeted Audience?What is the technique?What is the message? America

    29. Directions • Today you will get together with your Ad groups and begin planning your ad • Use the rubric and Ad Plan worksheet as your guide • Mrs. V needs to see and approve your ad plan before you leave • We will record Monday and Tuesday

    30. Bell Work • Which of the 4 techniques is your group using in your ad? • How are you including these techniques? • Agenda • Tape Commercials in room 207 • When you are NOT taping you may • Practice Ad • Work on School Work • If BOTH your issues research and I Side With quiz are late, you will complete the alternative assignment.

    31. Change in the Game plan • Mrs. V will be recording the groups. • We are starting over. • Too many false and unrelated statements • While groups are recording you will watch the 2nd debate and fill out the worksheet

    32. Bell Work • Grab a partner and study for today’s quiz • Study from the 11 main issues packet and research guide • 5 minutes • Today’s Agenda • Presidential Election Quiz • Go through Essay Correction Example • Watch Ads and vote for the best one!

    33. Quiz Time! • Put everything away • DO NOT WRITE ON THE QUIZ • Use scantron • Hand in QUIZ and SCANTRON when finished • Entertain yourself quietly until your peers are finished

    34. Please copy down these directions for TEST CORRECTIONS • Write the number of the question you had wrong on a SEPARATE piece of paper • Write the CORRECT answer next to it • Multiple choice question • 1st write the correct letter and then the letter’s answer • Essay • ONLY address the portion of the essay you lost points on. • If you lost points on the entire essay, rewrite the whole thing • You will HAND IN • Old Test • Separate sheet with corrections • Staple these together

    35. Bell Work: please analyze using LIEwrite the answer in your notebook

    36. 1= Not at all 2= Sort of 3= Absolutely! Criteria for best ad…. • Did it hold your attention? • Did they include their sources? • Were BOTH of the candidates positions shown on 3 different issues of the election? • Was a fact included for each issue? • Did they include 3 props? • Did the ad create a desire in you to vote for their candidate? Total points _______/18 Sorry but, you may NOT score and vote for your own ad.

    37. Bell Work: In your notebook indicate whether you agree or disagree with the following statements.Be sure you know WHY YOU ANSWERED THE WAY YOU DID. Decide whether the Article agrees, disagrees, or is undecided for A and B. THEN for A find 5 examples from the article that support your answer. B find 3 examples. Congratulations Marcel’s Group! Your ad was voted as the best in the class by your peers. Please claim your prize from Mrs. V.  Nice Job to everyone.

    38. Homework • Answer questions 1-4 from the 2nd page of your article • According to this article, why would someone ignore the facts and continue to believe false information? • What are 2 factors that contribute to people being able to ignore views that are different from their own? • In your own life, what can you do to overcome your bias and make decisions based on the facts? • What can the political candidates and the media do to help citizens overcome their bias? • FULL SENTENCES • DUE TOMORROW

    39. Bell Work: In your notebook indicate whether you agree or disagree with the following statements.Be sure you know WHY YOU ANSWERED THE WAY YOU DID. Decide whether the Article agrees, disagrees, or is undecided for A and B. THEN for A find 5 examples from the article that support your answer. B use 3 examples. Congratulations Morgan’s Group! Your ad was voted as the best in the class by your peers. Please claim your prize from Mrs. V.  Nice Job to everyone.

    40. Homework • Answer questions 1-4 from the 2nd page of your article • According to this article, why would someone ignore the facts and continue to believe false information? • What are 2 factors that contribute to people being able to ignore views that are different from their own? • In your own life, what can you do to overcome your bias and make decisions based on the facts? • What can the political candidates and the media do to help citizens overcome their bias? • FULL SENTENCES • DUE TOMORROW

    41. Bell Work: Analyze this cartoon using LIE

    42. Does this video have a positive or negative opinion of the Electoral College? • http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=50133559n

    43. What does this map have to say about the 2012 presidential race? What would it take for either candidate to win if these projections are true?