If you were to summarize what your group learned and researched, what is your group’s decision to vote? What would you say at a “cocktail party?” Discuss with your group and then draft a short entry (offline) that considers multiple perspectives and offers solutions or compromises to address different perspectives. Post your final draft in the comment section below.
Using the process questions of relevancy, accuracy, reliability, bias, and understanding perspectives, please contribute a link to an online resource that would help your group (and all the groups) learn more about the topic. Please post your link in the Comments section below and if possible, a short description of the site. Take a moment to review some of the links.
Thank you for sharing your audio stories today. We loved listening to your candid and heartfelt conversations. We hope you find time to share them with loved ones and even your students.It can be a laborious, creative process, but we hope you found the end result as gratifying as we did. In the comment space below, please take a few moments to reflect on the process of “crafting” your story — from interviewing to finding a seed to scripting to editing. What are the challenges in the production process? What did you find to be the most satisfying aspects of the production? Would you consider having your students create audio stories?
After going through some articles that you and the group have contributed, what are some of the key facts of the NY state constitution convention? What facts or statistics would an informed citizen need to know? Please discuss with your group and add as many as your group can come up. Reminder to check what the other people have posted and either extend their fact or add new ones.
After reading the articles and key facts, discuss what are the different perspectives on the NY Constitutional Convention? What issues are important for those groups? What issues might arise from learning about those different perspectives? Please add your ideas in the comment section below. Please remember to review different responses and ask questions, extend or add to the conversation.