I. Three Governors Poster
Create a political poster for one of the three governors with…
  1. A caricature of the candidate
  2. A slogan for the candidate
  3. A brief statement of why the candidate should be governor


II. Commission
Propose your own commission to investigate the opinion of the class on an issue relevant to you. Your proposal should include:
  1. The name of your commission and the issue being investigated (1 sentence)
  2. An introduction to the issue and why it is relevant (3-4 sentences)
  3. What you believe your commission will find and why (1 sentences)

III. Flag Timeline
Create a timeline for Georgia’s four most recent flags, including…
1. A small drawing of all four flags in color! (4 points)
2. A short explanation (one complete sentence, 4 total) for why each flag was adopted (8 points)
3. 3 additional dates relevant to the history of the Georgia flag with a sentence each (3 total) explaining why the event matters (6 points)

IV. Pick Me (On Website)

V. Two Party Poster
Create a political poster supporting the two-party system in Georgia. Include:
1. Why the system is good for Georgians (page 107 and 110)
2. How the system is good for politics (page 110)
3. How the Civil Rights movement benefits (page 104-110)


Spelling, grammar, and colors count.
IV. Jimmy Carter Poster
Begin working on a single-sided campaign poster for Jimmy Carter as Governor. Include:
1. When he held each office
2. His achievements while in office
3. How his time in each office effected GA
Spelling, grammar, and colors count. Include a visual element on each side.




V. Use an iPad to find out about YOUR state representatives. Include:

  1. Who is the GA Representative in your district, what is their political party, and what committees are they part of?
  2. Who is the GA State Senator in your district, what is their political party, and what committees are they part of?



VI.

Propose a bill for a new state symbol for GA. Create a cartoon that follows your invented bill through the process of becoming a law, making sure to include:

1. The name and purpose of your bill.

2. At least 8 frames showing how the bill would become a law.

3. Clear and colorful visuals.



For a 4, include which committee your bill would be assigned to and whether Governor Nathan Deal would sign or veto your bill.