Tonight, millions of Canadians across the country will to the polls to vote for the political party they most support. They will use their critical eyes to sift through the information that each party has put out in order to see which party has the same beliefs as them. As students, you do this on a daily basis. You think critically and carefully to select which information you believe to be relevant and trustworthy. This is part of the analyzing and evaluating process. Mr. Hong and I look forward to reading your PAR'S.
- Find all the factors A,B,C (click)
2.) POST A RESPONSE:
- Click here and review the elections website.
- Skim through some of the political party links and take a look at the topics in the table of contents (on the left of each party page) that are important to you.
- Choose 2 areas to focus your reading on for each party. For example: Education and Immigration.
- In paragraph form, follow this criteria to complete your daily PAR. (This paragraph can be used for you Alphabiography)
1.) Includes an intro, body (2 supporting points/examples), and a conclusion.
2.) Choose a party you support and research the 2 points from the table of contents you chose.
3.) Be sure to include the party you support, the point you are supporting, and a reason(s) why you
- Example of one supporting point: One reason why I support 'THE LEARNING NEVER
STOPS PARTY' is because education is a very important part of my life. This party
promises to put billions of dollars into education for all elementary school students so
we can all have brighter futures. <-- This would be considered one supporting point.
You must include at least 2.
4.) Ask one student about one of their points you agree or disagree with.
5.) Respond to any comments/questions you receive.
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