January 23: Option 2: The Gun Debate

Objectives:

Students will read for information.

Students will read to learn new vocabulary.

Students will practice summarizing.

Students will articulate their findings in a blog.

 

Assignment:

Before reading define and post the meaning of the following words (MUST BE IN YOUR OWN WORDS)

1)MASSACRE

2) GRIEVING

3) REIGNITED

4) ELIMINATE

5) INACTION

6) DISPUTED

7) INFRINGED

8) UNCONSTITUTIONAL

9)STIFFENED

10) ASSASSINATION

11) FELON

12) SPURRED

13) CIVILIAN

14) INFRINGE

15) ADVOCATE

16) INADEQUATE

17) CARNAGE

18) REVIVE

Watch the following video about amendment rights: http://upfront.scholastic.com/issues/01_28_13/Videos

Answer these questions:

1) What is President Obama’s opinion on gun control? Write a quote from the article that tells you his opinion on gun control.

2) What do gun rights supporters say is the reason American’s should be able to carry guns?

3) Describe your opinion on the subject of gun control.  Use 2 details from the article that support our opinion.

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26 thoughts on “January 23: Option 2: The Gun Debate

  1. 1.) no single law no set of laws an eliminate evil from the world or prevent every senseless act of violence in our society.

    2.) they think that since the laws let us carry weapons we should and also for self defiance

    3.) Gun control is kinda of a good thing because cant anyone get a gun and it will take a little minute to gun a gun as well. But some think gun control is a bad thing because they are trying to take our freedom to bare arms.

  2. 1)MASSACRE – serial killer

    2) GRIEVING – responds to loss

    3) REIGNITED – start again

    4) ELIMINATE – disqualify

    5) INACTION – be in action

    6) DISPUTED -to engage in a argument

    7) INFRINGED – violation

    8) UNCONSTITUTIONAL – not according to a prinicpl

    9)STIFFENED – stiffened

    10) ASSASSINATION – a killing

    11) FELON – a crime

    12) SPURRED -startled

    13) CIVILIAN – a person

    14) INFRINGE – violation

    15) ADVOCATE – to speak or write in favor of

    16) INADEQUATE not good enough

    17) CARNAGE slaughter of a great amount of people

    18) REVIVE – come back to live

    • 1)MASSACRE – Killing of people

      2) GRIEVING – Suffer

      3) REIGNITED – starting over

      4) ELIMINATE – get rid of

      5) INACTION – Lack of action

      6) DISPUTED -to engage in a argument of your side

      7) INFRINGED – violation of something, a rule you break

      8) UNCONSTITUTIONAL – not according to a prinicple

      9) STIFFENED – stiff

      10) ASSASSINATION – an attack intended to ruin someone’s reputation

      11) FELON – a person that committs a real bad crime

      12) SPURRED -startled sort of scared

      13) CIVILIAN – a person that is not with a police or armed services

      14) INFRINGE – violation of a rule

      15) ADVOCATE – recommends a policy

      16) INADEQUATE- lacking the quality or quantity required

      17) CARNAGE – Killing a large amount of civillians

      18) REVIVE – Restore to life

  3. 1)MASSACRE- Killing of a lot of thing

    2) GRIEVING- In sadness

    3) REIGNITED-To start again

    4) ELIMINATE-to execute

    5) INACTION-not acting

    6) DISPUTED-aruging

    7) INFRINGED-to stop

    8) UNCONSTITUTIONAL-against The law

    9)STIFFENED-To scare

    10) ASSASSINATION-To kill

    11) FELON-to be convicted of a federal crime

    12) SPURRED-encouraged

    13) CIVILIAN-to be in citizen

    14) INFRINGE-To go against

    15) ADVOCATE-help someone

    16) INADEQUATE-less then needed

    17) CARNAGE- what left over

    18) REVIVE-to live again

  4. 1. MASSACRE- it talk about school shooting in American in history
    2 GRIEVING- it mean When someone lost a family member it mean they grieving .
    3 REIGNITED -it talk about national debate over the US
    4 .ELIMINATE- it mean No single law no set of the law.
    INACTION- memorial sevice for the victims in Newtown.
    5. DISPUTED- Second Amendment in the entirety .
    6 INFRINGED- it. mean To keep the state of the right bear Arms.

  5. Drug your body is about how interesting the body is. Also it’s about how blood pumps 2000 gallons from your head to your toes. Dugs can cause a lot of pain to your body. Drugs can cause lung cancer,destroy cartilage in the nose, stop bones from growing, kidney failure and this is just some of the stuff drugs can cause.

  6. Massacre- its talks about shooting in American history
    Grieving: it’s when someone losted there family members
    Reignited: it talk about national debates over the us
    Eliminated :it mean no single law no set law
    Inaction :to be in action
    Disputed : second amendment
    Infringed : it mean to keep the state of the right bear arms
    Unconstitional:not according to the principal
    Stiffened: stiffened

    Assassination: a kilIing

    Felon:a crime

    Spurred :startled

    Cilivlan :a person

    Infringe:violation

    Advocate: to speak or write in someone’s favor

    Inadequate: not good enough

    Carnage : slaughter of a great amount of people

    Revive :to come back alive

  7. Bad breath and more is about how tobacco can cause cancer in the mouth, pharynx, and larynx.
    Nose no more is about how cocaine can destroy cartilage in the nose.
    Not a good look is about how methamphetamine can make you feel like you can bugs in our skin.
    Messing with hormones is about how steroids can affect your grow
    Ready for cancer is how when you smoke cigarette it cause cancer
    Hot and dry is about ecstasy and methamphetamine and how it can cause lung cancer
    Undersize me is how steroid and how it can cause the bones to stop growing
    Poison is about alcohol and how is can cause fat to blind up in the liver
    Flatline is about how household can cause heart damage.

  8. 1)MASSACRE – serial killer

    2) GRIEVING – responds to loss

    3) REIGNITED – start again

    4) ELIMINATE – disqualify

    5) INACTION – be in action

    6) DISPUTED -to engage in a argument

    7) INFRINGED – violation

    8) UNCONSTITUTIONAL – not according to a prinicpl

    9)STIFFENED – stiffened

    10) ASSASSINATION – a killing

    11) FELON – a crime

    12) SPURRED -startled

    13) CIVILIAN – a person

    14) INFRINGE – violation

    15) ADVOCATE – to speak or write in favor of

    16) INADEQUATE not good enough

    17) CARNAGE slaughter of a great amount of people

    18) REVIVE – come back to live

  9. 1)MASSACRE – serial killer

    2) GRIEVING – responds to loss

    3) REIGNITED – start again

    4) ELIMINATE – disqualify

    5) INACTION – be in action

    6) DISPUTED -to engage in a argument

    7) INFRINGED – violation

    8) UNCONSTITUTIONAL – not according to a prinicpl

    9)STIFFENED – stiffened

    10) ASSASSINATION – a killing

    11) FELON – a crime

    12) SPURRED -startled

    13) CIVILIAN – a person

    14) INFRINGE – violation

    15) ADVOCATE – to speak or write in favor of

    16) INADEQUATE not good enough

    17) CARNAGE slaughter of a great amount of people

    18) REVIVE – come back to live

    • Massacre- killer
      Grieving- suffering grief
      Reignited- start again
      Eliminate- disqualify
      Inaction- be in action
      Disputed- argument
      Infringed- violation
      Unconstitutional- according to some one
      Stiffened- idk
      Assassination- someone that is trained to kill
      Felon- a person that comited something
      Spurred- idk
      Civilian- a person
      Infringed- idk
      Advocate- to speak
      Inadequate-something that is not good enought
      Carnage- to slaughter someone
      Revive- to come back to life

  10. It talk about school shooting in American when someone lost a family member and memorial service for the victims in Newtown. It talk also the second Amendment to keep the state of the right bear Arms.

  11. Massacre- Tragic
    Grieving- greedy.really wanting
    Reignited-restart
    Eliminate-disqualify
    Inaction-part of the act
    Disputed-to have an arguement
    Infringed-violation
    Unconstitutional-without principle
    Stiffened-Stiffened
    Assassination-un solved muder
    Felon-convicted person.now free
    Spurred-Suprised
    Civilian-innocent bystander
    Infringe-violation
    Advocate-write in favor
    Inadequate-not enough
    Carnage-killing of alot of people
    Revive-to save

  12. 1.Massacre – serial killer

    2. Grieving – responds to loss

    3. Reignited – start again

    4. Eliminate – disqualify

    5. Inaction – be in action

    6. DISPUTED -to engage in a argument

    7. INFRINGED – violation

    8. UNCONSTITUTIONAL – not according to a prinicpl

    9. STIFFENED – stiffened

    10. ASSASSINATION – a killing

    11. FELON – a crime

    12. SPURRED -startled

    13. CIVILIAN – a person

    14. INFRINGE – violation

    15. ADVOCATE – to speak or write in favor of

    16. INADEQUATE not good enough

    17. CARNAGE slaughter of a great amount of people

    18. Revive – come back to live

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  13. 1)MASSACRE-Killling of a large number of humans.

    2) GRIEVING-To feel large amount of hurt after somewhen has deseased.

    3) REIGNITED-For something to catch on fire.

    4) ELIMINATE-To remove or take away.

    5) INACTION-Lack of action or effort.

    6) DISPUTED-Aruguing or debating.

    7) INFRINGED-Violation

    8) UNCONSTITUTIONAL-Out of order.

    9)STIFFENED-Not moving

    10) ASSASSINATION-To kill

    11) FELON-Law somebdy has commited or broken.

    12) SPURRED-To persuade you to do wrong.

    13) CIVILIAN-Someone in the community.

    14) INFRINGE-Violation.

    15) ADVOCATE-Speaking.

    16) INADEQUATE-To meet a goal.

    17) CARNAGE-Slaughter.

    18) REVIVE-Bring back to life.

  14. 1) Massacre – a serial killer or a mass killing
    2) Grieving – sadden over a great loss
    3) Reignited – to start over
    4) Eliminate – to get rid of
    5) Inaction – to not do anything
    6) Disputed – controversial
    7) Infringed – violated
    8) Unconstitiutional – not constituitional
    9) Stiffened – made it harder
    10) Assassination – a planned killing
    11) Felon – a crime
    12) spurred – stirred up
    13) Civilian – a person in society
    14) Infringe – violate
    15) Advocate -. someone to speak for the people
    16) Inadequate – not worthy of
    17) Carnage – A great amount of damage
    18) Revive – to bring back

  15. 1) What is President Obama’s opinion on gun control? Write a quote from the article that tells you his opinion on gun control.

    2) What do gun rights supporters say is the reason American’s should be able to carry guns?

    3) Describe your opinion on the subject of gun control. Use 2 details from the article that support our opinion.

  16. The article talks about the tragedys that happens with guns.It talks about the Newtown School massacre.The boy used a AR-15 to kill those litttle innocent children.Also other tragic events.It also gets into obama speaking up for the innocent children.Obama says “No law no single law can eliminate the violent crimes with guns. Just because

  17. 1)MASSACRE – serial killer

    2) GRIEVING – responds to loss

    3) REIGNITED – start again

    4) ELIMINATE – disqualify

    5) INACTION – be in action

    6) DISPUTED -to engage in a argument

    7) INFRINGED – violation

    8) UNCONSTITUTIONAL – not according to a prinicpl

    9)STIFFENED – stiffened

    10) ASSASSINATION – a killing

    11) FELON – a crime

    12) SPURRED -startled

    13) CIVILIAN – a person

    14) INFRINGE – violation

    15) ADVOCATE – to speak or write in favor of

    16) INADEQUATE not good enough

    17) CARNAGE slaughter of a great amount of people

    18) REVIVE – come back to live

  18. Before reading define and post the meaning of the following words (MUST BE IN YOUR OWN WORDS)

    1)MASSACRE – a large killing

    2) GRIEVING – Deep sawrrow

    3) REIGNITED – To cause Flare

    4) ELIMINATE – to take out from

    5) INACTION – being. In action

    6) DISPUTED – to be controversial

    7) INFRINGED – Unauthorized use of work

    8) UNCONSTITUTIONAL – no constitution

    9)STIFFENED – to be stiff

    10) ASSASSINATION – to assainate something

    11) FELON – person who commit a crime

    12) SPURRED – an urge

    13) CIVILIAN – A person not in armed presents

    14) INFRINGE – to break

    15) ADVOCATE – somebody who speaks for people

    16) INADEQUATE – to not be good enough

    17) CARNAGE – to slaughter

    18) REVIVE – to come back

    1) no law, can eliminate evil from the world…..

    2) that people should carry them for protection.

    3) my opinion is that people need them to protect their lives now a days, they can come in handy for innocent citizens.

  19. Massacre- A Large Killing
    Grieving- Sorrow
    Reignited- Flare
    Eliminate- Taking Away From
    Inaction- Being In Action
    Disputed- Controversial
    Infringed- Unauthorized Use Of Work
    Unconstitutional- No Constitution
    Stiffened- To Be NUMB OR Stiff
    Assassination- To Be Killed Or Murdered
    Felon- Someone Who Commits A Crime Something Illegal
    Spurred- An Urge
    Civilian-Someone In Armed Presents
    Infringe- To Break
    Advocate- Someone who Speaks
    Inadequate- Not good Enough
    Carnage-To Slaughter
    Revive- Comeback

    1.No Law
    2.Carry for protection
    3.People Should protect themselves more.

  20. 1)MASSACRE – Killing of people

    2) GRIEVING – Suffer

    3) REIGNITED – starting over

    4) ELIMINATE – get rid of

    5) INACTION – Lack of action

    6) DISPUTED -to engage in a argument of your side

    7) INFRINGED – violation of something, a rule you break

    8) UNCONSTITUTIONAL – not according to a prinicple

    9) STIFFENED – stiff

    10) ASSASSINATION – an attack intended to ruin someone’s reputation

    11) FELON – a person that committs a real bad crime

    12) SPURRED -startled sort of scared

    13) CIVILIAN – a person that is not with a police or armed services

    14) INFRINGE – violation of a rule

    15) ADVOCATE – recommends a policy

    16) INADEQUATE- lacking the quality or quantity required

    17) CARNAGE – Killing a large amount of civillians

    18) REVIVE – Restore to life

  21. 1)MASSACRE – Killing of people

    2) GRIEVING – Suffer

    3) REIGNITED – starting over

    4) ELIMINATE – get rid of

    5) INACTION – Lack of action

    6) DISPUTED -to engage in a argument of your side

    7) INFRINGED – violation of something, a rule you break

    8) UNCONSTITUTIONAL – not according to a prinicple

    9) STIFFENED – stiff

    10) ASSASSINATION – an attack intended to ruin someone’s reputation

    11) FELON – a person that committs a real bad crime

    12) SPURRED -startled sort of scared

    13) CIVILIAN – a person that is not with a police or armed services

    14) INFRINGE – violation of a rule

    15) ADVOCATE – recommends a policy

    16) INADEQUATE- lacking the quality or quantity required

    17) CARNAGE – Killing a large amount of civillians

    18) REVIVE – Restore to life

  22. 1)MASSACRE – serial killer

    2) GRIEVING – responds to loss

    3) REIGNITED – start again

    4) ELIMINATE – disqualify

    5) INACTION – be in action

    6) DISPUTED -to engage in a argument

    7) INFRINGED – violation

    8) UNCONSTITUTIONAL – not according to a prinicpl

    9)STIFFENED – stiffened

    10) ASSASSINATION – a killing

    11) FELON – a crime

    12) SPURRED -startled

    13) CIVILIAN – a person

    14) INFRINGE – violation

    15) ADVOCATE – to speak or write in favor of

    16) INADEQUATE not good enough

    17) CARNAGE slaughter of a great amount of people

    18) REVIVE – come back to live

  23. 1)MASSACRE- Killing of a lot of thing

    2) GRIEVING- In sadness

    3) REIGNITED-To start again

    4) ELIMINATE-to execute

    5) INACTION-not acting

    6) DISPUTED-aruging

    7) INFRINGED-to stop

    8) UNCONSTITUTIONAL-against The law

    9)STIFFENED-To scare

    10) ASSASSINATION-To kill

    11) FELON-to be convicted of a federal crime

    12) SPURRED-encouragedo

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