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<ul><li> 1. Do we NEEDa government? </li></ul> <p> 2. Foldable set up 3. Back of foldable 4. Where wouldYOU like to live? Freeland Lawland Total freedom Ruled by elected officials Governments job is to No job or educationprotect our the rights werequired are born with No rulers Government taxes your No lawsincome Government makes laws Nothing is against the to protect the commonlawwelfareJosman, D., Roots of american democracy. Retrieved 12/5/08 from www.slideshare.net 5. Josman, D., Roots of american democracy. Retrieved 12/5/08 from www.slideshare.net 6. Josman, D., Roots of american democracy. Retrieved 12/5/08 from www.slideshare.net 7. POLL Do we need a government? Thumbs Up Thumbs Down Thumbs to the side 8. t?o vernmento do w ith our g have td oes this Wait! Wha Lets Time Travelto getPERSPECTIVE How did WE get HERE? 9. The Scientific Revolution questions religious traditions and beliefs. Geocentric vs. Heliocentric 10. Protestant Reformation questions teachings/policies of Catholic Church which leads to Bloody Results!!!!! 11. Martin Luther nails 95 Thesis to Church door SpanishInquisition Printing Press leads to increase in literacy Catholic &amp; people start to question govt &amp; religion ChurchTortures Jews&amp;Moors to ridSpainOf non-believers.CatholicChurchburnsProtestants&amp; viceversa 12. Thousands are victims of burning at the stake, beheadings, and torture during the Spanish Inquisition 13. Thousands are victimsof burning at the stake,beheadings and torture DuringtheSpanish InquisitionNO ONE IS SAFe. Everyone is a target 14. Locke Johnanklin Ben Fr 15. We are all BORN with Natural Rights that CANNOT be givenor TAKEN away.-Locke 16. State of Nature Freeland is just like recess with no teachers or lunchAides. A state of nature is defined as life without government or laws.Who survives in a state of nature? Josman, D., Roots of american democracy. Retrieved 12/5/08 from www.slideshare.net 17. Imagine You are walking down thestreet and you notice thatthe doors of a bank arewide open.There are huge piles ofmoney sitting on the floor.No one else is there.No one will ever knowwhether you go in and takesome or all of the money orif you just keep walking. Would you take the money? Josman, D., Roots of american democracy. Retrieved 12/5/08 from www.slideshare.net 18. Josman, D., Roots of american democracy. Retrieved 12/5/08 from www.slideshare.net 19. RALPH PIGGY 20. RALPH PIGGY 21. JACK 22. Before: skim the promptsDuring: Connect the videos to what you learned about Natural Rights and a state of nature.After: Pair &amp; record responses? 23. GUIDED READING Before1st: HIGHLIGHT PAGE NUMBERS 2nd: SKIM ALL PROMPTS ON THE HANDOUT 1 PAGE AT A TIME WHILE HIGHLIGHTING People Places Events Key termsDURING read for information : locate &amp; record RESPONSES TO THE PROMPTS AFTER CHECK FOR ACCURACY 24. TEAM LEA DERS: Respleading thonsible fo e review.rresponses Elicitfrom allmembers. team ALL TEAMMEMBERS the Study : Follow Circles Rubric </p>

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