The first task for our AGS scholars: What would our Constitution mean to someone who had grown up with a completely different cultural background? Students from Winton Woods' sister school, Fudon University in Shanghai, ask this question. Why was the Constitution written the way it was? What were the goals of the framers of the Constitution? Most importantly, what does it mean today, to Americans and to global citizens?
Check out this creative cartoon by David Nwafor, Eden Daniel, Jade Hudson, and Jocelyn Vargas.
Elvis D., Parker S., Jorden Denny and Dwayne Wilkins include games and videos to help our Chinese students get deeper understanding of our Constitution.
Make sure you watch the video embedded in CJ Stumpf, Raddy Garcia, Paige Mack, and Jayson B's presentation!
Wilbel Serrano, Yasimean Long, Andrew Evans and Ariel took a creative approach to illustrating our Constitution.
Mary Taylor, Simon Asem, Meklit Zenabu, and Shavonet Sparks collaborate for a thorough look at our government and makes some comparisons to China's system.
This video highlights the creative side of Makayla Boyd, Jillian Lloyd, Medina M. and Daniel C.
What would our Constitution mean to students in China?