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Sample 1

Word Chart: Segregation

 

 

Sample Two

Final Personal Reflection

 

Criteria:

In your notebooks, answer the following questions. Feel free to talk about more than these questions as well.

 

  • Do you agree or disagree with the position you represented? Explain.
  • Did you change your mind because of anyone’s comments? Explain.
  • What is your personal stance on whose responsibility it is to protect the rights of the powerless from the powerful? Explain why you believe in it. Explain why it is important to you.
  • Has your thinking changed since the beginning of class? What made it change, if it has? Why do you think it stayed the same, if it hasn’t?

Please follow the Writing Rubric

 

 

 

 Sample Three

Final Personal Reflection

 

Criteria:

In your notebooks, answer the following questions. Feel free to talk about more than these questions as well.

 

  • Do you agree or disagree with the position you represented? Explain.
  • Did you change your mind because of anyone’s comments? Explain.
  • What is your personal stance on whose responsibility it is to protect the rights of the powerless from the powerful? Explain why you believe in it. Explain why it is important to you.
  • Has your thinking changed since the beginning of class? What made it change, if it has? Why do you think it stayed the same, if it hasn’t?

Please follow the Writing Rubric

 

 

Sample Four

Collective Final Essay, Defending a Debate Position:

"It is the government's responsibility to protect the rights of the

powerless from the powerful"

 

Criteria:

  • Do you have a hook (something to get others thinking; it’s often a controversial question or statement)
  • What responsibilities come with power? Can you make it into an introduction?
  • What is your argument? Did you make it clear?
  • What are the counter-arguments? Do you have at least three?
  • How can you respond? Did you respond to each counter-argument?
  • Did you provide examples? Are they from both the Civil Rights Movement and genocide in Rwanda?
  • What responsibilities come with the position you are taking? Can you make it into a conclusion?
  • Does the written piece pass the writing rubric?
  • Is your argument convincing? Does it make sense?

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