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October 3

posted Oct 3, 2012, 4:56 AM by Peter Knowles   [ updated Oct 3, 2012, 5:18 AM ]
Today we'll continue organizing your response to our next assessment, DUE FRIDAY, OCT 5: 

How do the decisions of leaders affect those who follow them? 

Use at least 4 sources to support your arguments

Civics Standard 1.2--Understand the purposes, organization, and function of governments, laws, and political systems.



If you'd like to see how your assessment will be graded, you can see the scoring guide online

If you'd like to see a Timeline of the main leaders we've looked at you can open a Prezi  that shows them in order.

Keep working on organizing your response by working your way through the following templates. (Taking them in order should get you to your destination in good shape and in time!)

Step 1) To begin your assessment, you may want to review some vocabulary terms for this unit as well as some of the qualities you should think about as you get started making your choices. 
Open Google Doc Template ( CREATE from Template...) called Leadership Qualities and Vocabulary

Step 2) As you think about the leaders we've looked at, you can use this chart to plan your main points and the leaders' decisions that you'll want to focus on.
Open Google Doc Template ( CREATE from Template...) called Planning Your Answer to Assessment 2

Step 3) After making your choices, it's time to explore different ways to talk about them, as well as making choices about what resources to use. This planning guide can help.  
Open Google Doc Template ( CREATE from Template...) called Assessment 2 Planning Guide


Reference information for videos we've watched, along with URLs in case you want to see them again 
(Remember, if you want to see them again, your username is Columbia Student and password is Bruins)

Pericles Builds Democracy. A&E Television Networks. 2006. Learn360. Web. 26 September 2012.

First Senate House. A&E Television Networks. 2006. Learn360. Web. 26 September 2012.
 
Pericles Prepares for Attack. A&E Television Networks. 2006.  Learn360. Web. 26 September 2012.
  
Justinian and the Byzantines. A&E Television Networks. 2007.  Learn360. Web. 1 October 2012.

Roman Emperor Hadrian. A&E Television Networks. 1997.  Learn360. Web. 28 September 2012.
  
 Possible Web Resources to use: 
And don't forget all the web references you may have used to complete your Pericles Chart and your Roman Leaders Chart last week.


Since you need to use at least 4 sources in this assessment, you'll probably end up using a web site or two. If you need help creating references for your sources, this information should help:

Creating References for World Wide Web sites

Format: 

Author (if known) . "Full title of the page, in quotation marks." Full title of site (if different) in italics. Date of publication or last revision. The word Web. Date of visit or download.

Example: 

Walker, Janice R. "Walker/ACW Style Sheet". The Columbia Guide to Online Style. Nov. 1997. Web. Sept. 1, 1998.

Web page with no author
*Use appropriate format with article's title as your starting point:
Example:
"Roman Laws." Ancient Roman Web. Nov. 22, 2003. Web. Jan. 4, 2011.

If you need more help, or need to use other types of sources, visit the How To Create a Reference help page. 
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