Wed, Feb 1

Ch. 2, States


3-2-1 Framework

Critical Thinking

  1. Cite and explain an important thing you learned from today's reading.
  2. Why do you consider this particular thing important? Be specific.
  3. Apply something you learned from today's reading to your daily life.
  4. What questions did today's reading raise or not fully answer for you?

Chapter Application

  1. How does today's reading contribute to our understanding of comparative politics?
  2. How does today's reading help us make sense of what goes on in "the real world"?
  3. Compose a discussion question that connects today's reading to "the real world."
  4. How might we best address relevant issues or problems raised by today's reading?