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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. Needs Work

    23. Bell Work • Which of the eleven main issues of the presidential election do you think is the most important and why? • When finished, hand in your ISSUES SENTENCES from Friday • Keep your BW

    24. Consider: Who are the 2 candidates, what political party do they belong to?

    25. Debate Worksheet • Score the candidates while they debate • We will not be able to watch the entire debate so base your answers off of what we can get through • Your opinion on the candidates is not set in stone so please be honest

    26. Bell Work • Please make sure your Debate Worksheet is finished we will discuss it briefly and then hand it in • We are going to lab 214 today to research Mitt Romney’s position on those 11 main issues you read about over the weekend.

    27. Bell Work • None, as soon attendance is done we are going to 214 to research Barack Obama’s position on the 11 main issues

    28. Bell Work • None • 214 for “I Side With” quiz • Take quiz • Print off results • www.isidewith.com

    29. Questions for Ad Makers: • Who is my audience? 2. What do I want viewers to think and feel about my candidate? 3. How do I want viewers to think and feel about the other guy? 4. What arguments do I want to make? • How do I support those arguments?

    30. Directions • Today you will get together with your Ad groups and begin planning your ad • Use the rubric as your guide to make sure you will get as many points possible • We will record Monday and Tuesday

    31. Bell Work • What type of ad technique is most effective and why? • 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