DEMOCRACY BLUE BOOK (March 7)

REQUIRED FOR A OR B IN THE CLASS--50 POINTS POSSIBLE

 

 

STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOME:  AFTER PREPARING FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT FROM DIVERSE SOURCES INCLUDING THE CLASS TEXTBOOKS, LECTURE, AND--WHERE POSSIBLE--EVENTS ON AND OFF CAMPUS, YOU WILL WRITE A THOUGHTFUL BLUE BOOK ESSAY IN CLASS THAT EXPLORES THE MEANING OF DEMOCRACY TO YOU AS WELL AS TO OTHERS USING AT LEAST FOUR SOURCES.

 

DIRECTIONS FOR WRITING THE BLUEBOOK IN CLASS:  write one continuous essay in paragraph form without headings or subheadings that answers the question above in a small blue book.  Use blue or black ink on one side of as many pages as possible.

 

Write as many paragraphs as possible in the 50 minutes you are given to write without materials in front of you and without leaving the room.

 

DATES FOR WRITING OF YOUR 50-MINUTE BLUE BOOK IN CLASS

 

 

BRIEF WRITING IN CLASS WILL BE DONE IN A “WARM-UP” BLUE BOOK DURING EACH CLASS HOUR IN WHICH THERE IS NO QUIZ OR EXAMINATION.  ITEMS RELATING TO DEMOCRACY MAY INCLUDE

 

CONTENT OF THE 50 POINT BLUE BOOK AND THE “WARM-UP” WRITING

 

DATES/LOCATIONS OF KEY EVENTS TO FOCUS ON * = events at LAHC

area of Carson near Caroledale Elem. Sch.; call Trisha Murakawa, 310/376-2236

 

*Wednesday, Feb. 15, 9:35-11 a.m. “Whitewash,” starring Harbor College student Antwan Herron, LA 120,  Loiterman’s MW 9:35 class will attend

*Thursday, Feb. 16, 11:10 a.m.-12:35 p.m. “Oral History of Black Americans in Los Angeles” with retired Judge William Beverly, president, Eighth and Wall,

   Loiterman’s TuTh 11:10 a.m. class will attend

 

 

 

ALOUD programs are held at:
Los Angeles City Central Library

Mark Taper Auditorium
Fifth & Flower Streets,
Downtown Los Angeles
Directions to Central Library

 Parking
524 S. Flower St. Garage
$1 weekdays until 9 PM with validation.
$7 maximum after 4 PM without validation.
$1 all day Saturday and Sunday during library hours with validation. 
To receive validation, present your Los Angeles Public Library card
and your parking ticket at the Information Desk in the Main Lobby
during Library operating hours.

Sources for the June 6, 2006, ballot:

a.  http://www.igs.berkeley.edu/library/htBallotRec2005NOV.html

b.  http://www.igs.berkeley.edu/library/htSpecialElection2005.html

c.  http://www.igs.berkeley.edu/library/htParentalNotification.html#Topic10

d.  http://www.usc-cpi.org/

e.  http://www.lao.ca.gov/ballot_source/Propositions.aspx

f.   http://www.voterguide.ss.ca.gov/

g.  http://www.voterguide.ss.ca.gov/ballot_measure_summary.shtml

h.  http://cal-access.ss.ca.gov/Campaign/Measures/

i.   http://healthvote.org/73/moneywatch.php?pid=73&sid=3

j.   http://www.lahc.edu/library/databases.htm

k.  http://www.aroundthecapitol.com

l.   http://www.capitolweekly.net/news/article.html?article_id=533

 

VARIOUS DATES, TIMES, PLACES AND EVENTS: see South Bay Political Calendar