Another week of remote learning down and I’m starting to realize that I need to slow down and not try to do everything at once. There are a lot of great resources out there, but don’t drown in the pool of information.
Here is our week as posted in our Google Classroom :
Here is the schedule for this week for AP Government and Politics:
This week’s learning objectives and goals:
- Protections of the Bill of Rights have been selectively incorporated by way of the Fourteenth Amendment’s due process clause to prevent state infringement of basic liberties
- Explain the extent to which states are limited by the due process clause from infringing upon individual rights.
Cool Webinars that are FREE!
April 15 & 16: Fourth Amendment Search and Seizure
- High School and College Level Sessions, 10am PST, April 15 & 16: Webinar Registration
- Download the Search and Seizure Resource Guide
April 17: AP Court Cases with Jeffrey Rosen at 10am PST
Join here: Webinar Registration
On Google Classroom this week:
- Tuesday- Live Stream Lectureat 8am (I will review last week’s notes and this weeks as well) **I use Google Meets and live stream what I’m doing for the students.
- This will be recorded and available on Google Classroom after.
- Office Hours via Google Meets Tuesday and Thursday 12-1 (see Classroom for more information)
- Podcast Assignment- Civil Liberties and COVID 19. Listen and create a post and respond to other students.
- Flipgrid Questions of the Day
Podcasts, webinars, the AP Review that Jenifer Hitchcock is doing are all wonderful ways to connect content.
Concerned about teaching Roe v. Wade? Check this post out!
Getting ready for the test?