Dear Leader to Address Youth On Community Life & Sharing
In an unprecented move, President Obama will address the nation’s youth at their institutions of indoctrination.
The White House even released a list of questions for the youth members to discuss before, during and after Dear Leader’s blessed address, such as:
• Why is it important that we listen to the President and other elected officials, like the mayor, senators, members of congress, or the governor? Why is what they say important?
During the Speech:
• As the President speaks, teachers can ask students to write down key ideas or phrases that are important or personally meaningful. Students could use a note-taking graphic organizer such as a Cluster Web, or students could record their thoughts on sticky notes. Younger children can draw pictures and write as appropriate.
As students listen to the speech, they could think about the following:
What is the President trying to tell me?
What is the President asking me to do?
What new ideas and actions is the President challenging me to think about?
• Students can record important parts of the speech where the President is asking them to do something.
• Students might think about: What specific job is he asking me to do? Is he asking anything of anyone else? Teachers? Principals? Parents? The American people?
Related… Obama signed his controversial Youth Brigades Bill in April. The bill increased domestic troop strength from 70,000 to 250,000. In March the Senate voted to allow ACORN funding in the Youth Brigades Bill.
Not every parent will allow their child to participate in the indoctrination.
Rosita wonders if they’ll end the session with a spooky Obama sing-along: