OVERVIEW AND SITE MAP: NEGOTIATIONS

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1. Envoy Perspective

2. Brief

3. Protocol Log

4. Bargaining Plan

 

5. Proposal

6. Negotiations

7. Recommendation

 

 

 

NEGOTIATIONS: Reaching an Agreement

 PURPOSE

A list of each corps' proposals will become the first draft of a treaty. Envoys will use the list as a starting point for negotiating a treaty.

 

 

 

SPECIFICATIONS

        1. Negotiating a treaty will be a class project, that is, all corps will have to work together to compose a treaty.
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        3. All corps will have to agree with the points of the treaty.
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        5. Members of each corps will vote democratically to determine whether each agrees with the points of the treaty. The corps' decision must be based upon their bargaining plan.

 

 

QUESTIONS?

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SCHEDULE: You have 4 days to compose and sign a treaty.

Day 1 & 2:

        1. Review the rubric for negotiations. The rubric is a measurement of the number of corps who negotiates, composes, and signs a peace treaty. The process of negotiating a treaty will be assessed based on this rubric.
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        3. Read the list of proposals presented by each corps.
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        5. Review your corps' bargaining plan.
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        7. The list of proposals will be displayed for the class so that any envoy can offer changes, additions, and/or deletions to the list of proposals.
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        9. Toward the end of the class, a vote will be taken to see if all corps agree with the treaty. These two key questions must be resolved:

 

 

Day 3 & 4:

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        1. Review the rubric for negotiations. The rubric is a measurement of the number of corps who negotiates, composes, and signs a peace treaty. The process of negotiating a treaty will be assessed based on this rubric.
        2.  

        3. Read the list of proposals presented by each corps.
        4.  

        5. Review your corps' bargaining plan.
        6.  

        7. The list of proposals will be displayed for the class so that any envoy can offer changes, additions, and/or deletions to the list of proposals.
        8.  

        9. Toward the end of the class, a vote will be taken to see if each corps agrees with the treaty. These two key questions must be resolved:

All envoys will sign the treaty.

 GO TO THE RUBRIC FOR THE WEBQUEST TO SEE THE QUALITY OF YOUR WORK FOR ALL OF THE TASKS. Then go to the last step, the recommendation.

 

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