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Now select a topic in one of the college-level course you took that you had stru

Now select a topic in one of the college-level course you took that you had struggled
with. Provide a Readiness rating from 1 – 10 for yourself. Enter this self-evaluative score
into the Readiness box in the D. I. Framework handout.
This week, you will be required to tailor or differentiate instruction for YOURSELF
based on your self-knowledge and self-awareness about your own learning. Note: In the
past some of your colleagues used this framework to design instruction/assessment for
their own students, which is highly encouraged. But you will not receive any credit for
this assignment if the matrix is not designed for yourself.
Now fill out the rest of the D.I. Framework handout, explaining
 How would you present and sequence the content related to this topic that you had
struggled (in the Content column)
 What instructional process will be conducive to your learning (in the Process
column)
 What products are best for demonstrating your learning outcomes (in the Product
column)
 What kind of learning environment will be ideal for you based on your
individuality (in the Learning Environment column)?

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You have now seen, at least in brief overview, a multitude of different ways to

You have now seen, at least in brief overview, a multitude of different ways to fight for your rights. Fighting for your rights is a never ending process, and the big victories we often celebrate were decade-long and even multi-generational struggles. Reflect on the examples you have read and studied about in this lesson and other sources and try and answer the following questions:
What does it take for a group of people to secure their rights in the United States?
What seems to be the most effective means of achieving this goal? What kinds of strategies do people seem to use to fight for their rights, and how effective do they seem to be?
You will be graded on the following:
You have provided accurate, factual answers or you have properly supported your arguments.
You have thoroughly or completely answered the questions.
You have thoroughly engaged or interacted with your fellow students or the instructor, by replying to other student’s post, responding to questions or statements in reply to your posts, or any questions asked by the instructor.
Additional Resources:
civil disobedience (Britannica)
Civil Disobedience (Standford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
Direct Action

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Students will identify a current topic in the news related to public administrat

Students will identify a current topic in the news related to public administration. The first part of this assignment asks students to research the topic and discuss it in the discussion board (600 words minimum). The post should include a brief description of the issue, its direct connection to public administration, its direct connection to course literature, an analysis of the issue, and a reaction to it that focuses on broader implications. Finally, the student should pose a relevant question to allow others to comment on that issue in an informed manner. Grading is based on the quality of the written analysis and question.

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Module 1: * “Constitutional Interpretation the Old Fashioned Way,” Justice Anton

Module 1:
* “Constitutional Interpretation the Old Fashioned Way,” Justice Antonin Scalia’s remarks at the Wood Wilson International Center for Scholars, March 14, 2005.
* “Speech at the Text and Teaching Symposium,” William Brennan, 1985 (saved as a PDF under “Files”).
* How to Read a Legal Opinion: A Guide For New Law Students, by Orin S. Kerr.
Watch:
* A Conversation on the Constitution with Justice Stephen Breyer and Antonin Scalia: Judicial Interpretation.
Module 2:
Read or Listen to:
* Make No Law: The First Amendment Podcast
* “Fire in a Crowded Theater” (June 28, 2018).
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* National Socialist Party of America v. Village of Skokie, 432 U.S. 43 (1977).
* “The Skokie Case: How I Came to Represent the Free Speech Rights of Nazis,” David Goldberger, March 2, 2020.
* “Once a Bastion of Free Speech, the A.C.L.U Faces an Identity Crisis,” The New York Times, Michael Powell.
* “A First Amendment for Australia,” The New York Times, Gabriel Sassoon.
* “Is the First Amendment too broad? The case for regulating hate speech in America,” NBC News, Noah Berlatsky.
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* Read or Listen to:
* Make No Law: The First Amendment Podcast
* “The Schoolhouse Gates” (January 31, 2018).
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* Make No Law: The First Amendment Podcast
* “The F-Bomb” (November 29, 2018).
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Module 3:
Listen to or read:
* “The Asian-Americans Suing Harvard, and the Man Behind the Case,” The Daily, August 4, 2017.
* “Why the Supreme Court Might End Affirmative Action,” The Daily, November 3, 2022.

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Instructions Welcome to the first assignment! This assignment is a take-home ess

Instructions
Welcome to the first assignment!
This assignment is a take-home essay assignment of 2 questions, up to 3 pages each, to test knowledge and assimilation of the course objectives and assigned readings. Using only the readings from Weeks 1-3, please answer the following questions. Do not “research” the answer using outside sources. Focus on the lessons and readings from our course.
Question 1: Electoral interventions. There are different ways foreign powers can get involved in elections. On the one hand, there are malicious interferences (hacking, propaganda, bribery, etc). On the other hand, there are efforts to help with planned observations or monitoring. Using readings from Weeks 1-3, consider what types of foreign interventions into elections are harmful and what kinds can help ensure a legitimate and smooth process. For the latter side of the question, you might want to review the United Nations page on election monitoring: https://dppa.un.org/en/elections. Support your answer with illustrative examples and specific cases from the sources.
Question 2: Perceptions of Electoral Integrity or Fraud. How citizens perceive the electoral process is critical to their success and legitimacy. Using readings from Weeks 2-3, discuss factors that strengthen citizens’ confidence in electoral processes, as well as the factors that work to erode public confidence. Cite specific examples from the sources.
Provide citations and references for all the consulted sources. ****Use 4 Sources Provided****

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General Guidance: Your completed papers should be four typed, doubled-spaced pag

General Guidance: Your completed papers should be four typed, doubled-spaced pages, with 1 inch margins in Times New Roman, twelve-point font.. I will be looking for at least four full pages of written content (graphs, pictures, works cited page, etc., do not count as part of the four pages).
The paper must draw from class materials and our textbook.
Any outside sources not from our class materials/textbook must be properly cited and include a reference list of all sources utilized in your paper, as well as in-text citations for all quotes and paraphrases in the paper.
It is important to not use large quotes but to paraphrase into your own words instead (while still giving proper credit to the original author(s) by providing proper citations). Please use MLA format for all in-text citations and your reference list.
Do not include a cover page but the paper should have a title.
Paper Topic: Please analyze a political issue of your choice and connect the chosen issue to the Bardes et. al. textbook and class lectures. Textbook connections need in-text citations with page numbers. The topic that you choose must be relevant to contemporary American politics, political in nature, and the analysis provided must define the situation and explain its political implications. Since we are an American politics class, the topic chosen must be domestic politics and not foreign policy. Further, the topic must be tied in to one of the three major themes that we covered at the beginning of this class. The class themes or textbook chapter topics cannot be your chosen paper topic.

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What is politics? my answer is: Politics is the never-ending conflict between va

What is politics?
my answer is: Politics is the never-ending conflict between various groups of people over power. <— this should also be in the introduction of the essay.
Paper Title: Politics is the never-ending conflict between various groups of people over power.
Write 4-5 paragraphs on how "Politics is the never-ending conflict between various groups of people over power". Don't go off on a tangent. Write concisely and economically, no empty words.
New subject per paragraph that helps give evidence to why Politics is the never-ending conflict between various groups over power.
No cites/quotes, everything paraphrased or in your own words.
More info attached.
Chapter 1 info if needed: https://openstax.org/books/introduction-political-science/pages/1-introduction

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Write about Russian history in the middle east, I will send you some sources and

Write about Russian history in the middle east, I will send you some sources and articles, please stuck with them.
you can add any sources, especially if new, but please message me first

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What is politics? my answer is: Politics is the never-ending conflict between va

What is politics?
my answer is: Politics is the never-ending conflict between various groups of people over power. <— this should also be in the introduction of the essay.
Paper Title: Politics is the never-ending conflict between various groups of people over power.
Write 4-5 paragraphs on how "Politics is the never-ending conflict between various groups of people over power". Don't go off on a tangent. Write concisely and economically, no empty words.
New subject per paragraph that helps give evidence to why Politics is the never-ending conflict between various groups over power.
No cites/quotes, everything paraphrased or in your own words.
More info attached.
Chapter 1 info if needed: https://openstax.org/books/introduction-political-science/pages/1-introduction

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Write about Russian history in the middle east, I will send you some sources and

Write about Russian history in the middle east, I will send you some sources and articles, please stuck with them.
you can add any sources, especially if new, but please message me first