Assignment #10– follow up to hayward and election

 

This assignment has 2 parts to it. 

1.    The first part of the assignment asks you to tune into the TV news stations that will be carrying the coverage  of the election on Tuesday night. You should plan to spend at least 2 hours. You can jump around to different stations, or stay with one. There are a LOT of choices: CBS, NBC, ABC, PBS, MSNBC, CNN, FOX… —

After watching the election coverage, you will answer these questions:

1. What was it like for you  to watch the election coverage? (1-2 Paras)

2. Where did you watch it? Who was with you? What was it like to watch the election results with other people? What did you talk about as you watched it?  (1-2 Paras)

2.  Meanwhile, as you know, last week the city of Hayward held their council meeting. The main focus of the meeting was the report on community safety and policing that your work contributed to. For this homework assignment you are being asked to first watch the video recording of the meeting. I have given you time stamps so you know what is going on. You can start the video at 18 minutes. 

http://hayward.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=1&clip_id=842 (Links to an external site.)

:18  the survey report  ( this is from an organization that was contracted to do a community survey)

1:05  Community conversations report…. (this is your work)

1:36. public comments in response to the reports ….. each person gets 3 minutes….

2:21 council  members talk…. Council member  Mendall….

2:31 Council member Zermeno

2:39 Council member Lamnin

2:50 Council member Salinas.  (he gives a nice shout out to Chabot and your work)

3:04 Council member Mendoza

3:14 Council member Wahab

3:30 Mayor Hallady

3:45…..more council business…..–you dont need to watch this

After you watch the meeting, here are the questions for you to answer.

1. What is something that surprised you in the survey report that starts at minute 18?   (1-2 Paras)

2. What was it like seeing your work being reported on in the Community Conversations report that starts at 1:05 (1-2 Paras)

3, What seems to be the main trend in the public comments section of the meeting? (1-2 Paras)

4. Pick one of the council members and summarize what they are saying.  (1-2 Paras)

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