Analyze excerpts from the primary sources presented in Lesson 2 for bias and point of view by answering the questions that precede the excerpts. (see attached resources)
Identify the claims presented by pro-imperialists and anti-imperialists. Then use a two-column chart to write notes for a point-counterpoint debate in which you summarize the pro-imperialist points and anti-imperialist counterpoints in the argument over imperialism. (template attached)
Take the position of an imperialist or a member of the Anti-Imperialist League, and write a defense of your position. Make sure that you support any claims with evidence and that you also address any counterarguments your opponent may raise.
Check that in defending your position, you do not choose language that is biased.
- Compare and contrast the difference between laptops and desktop computers.
- Describe the most challenging obstacle you have had to overcome or a risk that you have taken and explain its impact (positive or negative) on you and what you have learned from the experience.
- Explain the difference between the common misconception of the term negative reinforcement and how the science of behavior analysis defines it.
- Write a review on why the legalization of marijuana in several states is forcing many police leaders to modify their views and practices regarding its use.
- Does doing homework actually help students learn more?
- Write a research paper on playground bullying and its effects on young children.
- Write a paper that are able to manage the risks presented when balancing individual rights and professional duty of care.
- What can you learn from this primary source about German attitudes towards violence and warfare, and/or the plight of the Nazis perceived enemies?
- Describe both the state and federal court system and explain the benefits of having a dual-court system in America?
- Describe demographic characteristics for your community or state in terms of demographic makeup, ethnicity, and illness and health status.