Discussion Board Question(s) are given to show how well you can interpret what you have read and apply it to today. These responses are more subjective, asking the student to form an opinion on certain topics. The student should exhibit some mastery of the material and the ability to think beyond the text. Ex: What did this event, movement, idea, mean at the time? What motivated it? What effects does it still have today? Did this have an overall negative or positive effect on our culture? Be thorough in answering these questions, as they constitute 25% of your final grade. Discussion Board Responses should be thoughtful reflections on the readings. As such, these questions are more open to debate and interpretation than the Reading Guide Questions. Your responses should reflect some critical and analytical thinking on your part.
The Warren Court certainly had a major impact on the 1960s and beyond. What is your opinion about the "judicial activism" of that Court? Do you tend to be a strict constructionist (one who believes judges should show great reserve in interpreting the Constitution) or do you think the Constitution needs to be freely interpreted? Did Warren & invent & rights that are not really in the Constitution (ex: privacy)? Did that Court go too far in expanding rights to some (dissenters, criminals, etc)? Is today’s Court too conservative? Not conservative enough? State your point of view and defend your case with examples.
PLACE THIS ORDER OR A SIMILAR ORDER WITH US TODAY AND GET AN AMAZING DISCOUNT 🙂