Scribe: February 2, 2014
- Morning Announcements
- Daily Agenda:
- Read Chapters 1-5 in Little Brother
- CSAP Packet
- Went over CSAP Packet:
- Paragraph on back:
1. Topic Sentence:
2. Beginning of Story
3. End of Story
4. Change in Character
5. Concluding Sentence
- Went over daily grammar:
- Discussion of 1984 in Mr. Myer’s Classroom:
- What’s more important: Rights or Security? Why?
- Katelin: Rights
- Jackson: Rights
- Kyle: Security
- Security matters: Whether there’s an event as small as within a school or an event has big as 911
- Did we know enough information on 9/10 to prevent 9/11? Yes, they knew bits and pieces - needed to discuss together to realize it could happen to prevent it
- Post 9/11: Security over rights
- 5th Amendment: You can take away people’s rights in time of war
- When are we in war? What about danger?: Always?
- No evidence is needed to prove a citizen is a terrorist
- How much personal information is on the Internet about yourself?
- It’s possible to find treemendous amounts of personal information about yourself just by googling your name
- Does the school have the right to go through your personal information such has your phone, computer, etc.? Does the government?
- Is the government looking at you when theres no specific event going on?
- How can they keep tabs on you all the time?
- Corporations store everything you do - sites you visit, tracking any purchase - use it to their advantage
- Medical Records
- How can they be used in a bad way?
- Can be hacked - causes problems with job applications, denied by army, etc
- History of Drug Use
- Genetic Testing
- Are you comfortable with so much information to your name being known to the government?
- Should the government be able to know this much?
- Are you being watched constantly?
- Cell Phones
- Computer Chips in Student ID’s
- Should we be putting tacking devices in our kids? We do it to our pets?
- Is the government going overboard with security?
- Pat downs at airports
- Can be made public