10 Unit One Reflection Posts

Introduce yourself to the class!

Be sure to include the following information:

1) Your name.

2) Some information about you such as your academic goals, hobbies, favorite sports team, etc.

3) A picture of yourself or a symbol that you feel represents you.

4) The element of American government that you are most interested in learning about this summer.

5) Respond to at least one of your classmates’ posts.

To introduce yourself click on the above link and in the upper left hand corner there is a “create thread” button. Click that button and type your post in the window.

To attach a picture scroll down and click on the “Browse computer” button and find the picture or symbol you wish to attach, select it, and press enter.  You may also copy and paste a picture into the window as well.

During the Constitutional Convention there were two rival factions, the Federalists and Anti-Federalists.  Both groups wished to secure the rights of the people; however, they had different ideas about how to do that. Read Section 2.4 in Krutz and Waskiewicz and discuss whether you agree with the Federalists or the Anti-Federalists. Support your answer with a well- constructed and concise argument.


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