In Part I we had prompts on interest groups, term limits, gridlock, citizen participation and primaries and caucuses. In Part II it was executive orders, photo ids, social media and the electoral college.
Here we go with part III…
Civil Rights: Should the federal government have power over states in the shaping of civil rights policies? Prompt
Representative versus direct democracy: Which is a better vehicle to serve citizen needs– a representative or direct democracy? Prompt
Independent judiciary: Is an independent judiciary a threat to or a savior for democracy? Prompt
Congressional oversight: Is congressional oversight healthy or unhealthy for our system of government? Prompt
I’m instructing an online course this spring/summer called Teach Different with Essential Questions. In the course teachers generate essential questions guided by themes in their curriculum.