The Unsolved Crimes Series consists of the following cases: Deathboat, Slime 9, Curse of the Mummy, and Alien Invasion.
Slime 9: Professor Tarling developed Slime 9 as a means to protect his country from its neighboring enemies – a weapon of peace. Yet it could just as easily be
NOTE: While generally similar in process to the Unsolved Crimes cases, the Dealing with Murder cases have one significant difference. Rather than being given all of the case information at once, the information in the Dealing with Murder cases is provided in four sections in an effort to be more re
Deathboat Case Overview: When multimillion dollar lottery winner, Waverly Berg is pulled from the ocean the question is, “How did she die?” Was it an unfortunate accident caused by seasickness or could it be that someone on board the luxury ship wanted her to take her last swim?
All of the cases in
The project involves students in a variety of activities about actual cases on the Supreme Court's 2014 docket. The biggest activity is Moot Court where some students argue Obergefell v. Hodges (same-sex marriage) while other students act as justices.
Ten additional high-profile cases from the ter
Four activities that teach students to research, analyze, and discuss issues about campaign fundraising and spending, and how money influences elections. 1) Students become Congress and write campaign finance legislation; 2) They run for president and role-play candidates, speech writers, pollsters,
This activity simulates the workings of Congress. It follows as closely as is practical the way Congress actually operates. Your students are divided into Democrats and Republicans in the same ratio as in the current U.S. Congress. Two classes can work together—one acting as the Senate and the other