Class Notes for the Day:
Starter: Of all the countries around the world, which has the least and most favorable views of the United States?
1.How accurate was your prediction?
2.How surprising is this information?
3.What is the big story that this information tells?
4.What are two things that most of the countries that dislike the U.S. have in common?
5.Why do you think these critics dislike the U.S. so much?
6.What is a consequence of having so many countries dislike the U.S. so much?
7.Do the views of the citizens of a country always translate into the policies and positions of the governments of their countries?
8.Why do you think that the "Top Ten Fans" countries like the US so much?
9.Now that Donald Trump is president how do you think this list and these attitudes might change?
10.How does the information from this chart affect U.S. foreign policy?
11.It's not surprising that Israel and South Korea like the U.S., but which of the "Top 10 Fans of the U.S." countries surprised you most?
12.Many of the countries that dislike the U.S. the most are America's allies. Explain how they could be our allies and dislike us at the same time.
- 3 ideas from the Enlightenment
- 2 complaints about the English government described in the Declaration of Independence
- 1 response to how well the English government supported democracy in the colonies
Word of the Day: framers
- Define it
- Give an example of it
- Find a meme with your favorite framer
Articles of Confederation
Closer: How did the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation lead to its failure?
- Make a claim here!
- Support your claim with TWO pieces of accurate and relevant information.
- Use reasoning to explain why your evidence supports your claim.
- Respond to an opposing or alternative perspective.
Next class: Constitutional Compromises and Federal Powers