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This is a mini unit for Police Appreciation week or Thank a Police Officer Day. Items included in this product are, a sentence strip hat, a badge and handcuffs to look like a police officer.An Anchor chart activity, with anchor chart pieces included. A book to make with your students to send to the
Students will get the opportunity to be lawyers and prosecute or defend an accused person in a criminal trial (11 total). Each group will consist of 2 lawyers (prosecuting and defending), and an accused person. The teacher will act as the judge and guide the jury as they vote on the verdict. The maj
MORE FORENSIC FILES! – CLICK HERE!*Video is necessary for completion of this worksheet. As of March 2019, the entire episode is available free on You Tube which could make it ideal for computer lab or homework assignments (technology access provided).*Forensic Files: Prints Among Thieves (Season 10
Students will enjoy engaging in this argument essay by reading an article about how thirty-eight witnessed a murder, yet did not call the police. They will then work with their group to form their argument and defend it during a class discussion. This writing assignment is ideal for not only E/LA
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This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about prohibition in the 1920s.This activity is very easy to use. All you have to do is print off the primary source from the following website for classroom use or direct students to the website to answer the worksheet questio
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FORENSIC SCIENCE WEBQUESTFOCUS: FINGERPRINTSThis webquest/Internet assignment is great for in-class work, homework, or extra credit. This is great to lead toward classroom activities and discussion on the topic of fingerprints.The focus of the webquest is the topic of fingerprints. Students are ta
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MORE FORENSIC FILES! – CLICK HERE!*Video is necessary for completion of this worksheet.*Please watch video in advance to gauge appropriate content for your studentsAs of March 2020, the entire episode is available free on You Tube so it's simple to find and watch on any device. This makes this assi
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MORE FORENSIC FILES! – CLICK HERE!*Video is necessary for completion of this worksheet. *Please watch the video in advance of your students to gauge appropriateness.As of April 2020, the entire episode is available free on You Tube which would make it ideal for computer lab, homework, or distance le
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This is a good way to work with historical sources while studying the ancient Romans. This document/activity has three pages. Page one is a brief collection of secondary source material written by modern authors on the Roman legal system. The second page is a verbatim primary source of authentic
Fairy Tales on Trial is a unique and fun lesson meant to go at the end of a unit on the legal system. It judges a students' ability to understand criminal and civil law, as well as the process of the court system. This is a five stage group assignment, in which students are asked to read and analyze
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This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about lawlessness and justice in California mining towns in the 1850s.This activity is very easy to use. All you have to do is print off the primary source from the following website for classroom use or direct students to the
This is a craft for Police Appreciation week or Thank a Police Officer Day. I have a blog post on this, that I would love for you to check out: Police Appreciation Blog Post
Find Ave Duvernay's Film, 13th, on Netflix.In this documentary, scholars, politicians, and activists analyze the criminalization of African-Americans and the U.S. Prison Boom.This product doubles as Discussion Questions and a Film Viewing Guide since the questions appear in the order that the film a
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MORE FORENSIC FILES! – CLICK HERE!*Video is necessary for completion of this worksheet. *Please watch the video in advance of your students to gauge appropriateness.As of May 2020, the entire episode is available free on You Tube which could make it ideal for computer lab or homework assignments (te
MORE FORENSIC FILES! – CLICK HERE! *Video is necessary for completion of this worksheet. As of April 2017, the entire episode is available free on You Tube which could make it ideal for computer lab or homework assignments (technology access provided). *POLITICAL THRILLER (Season 13, Episode 4) E
Federalism is arguably the MOST IMPORTANT concept we have to get our students to understand when teaching government. This lesson plan WILL help you achieve that goal! This zip-file includes an 11-slide PowerPoint presentation, corresponding fill-in-the-blank notes, and a 24-question Quiz-Quiz-Tra
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Students will gain a better understanding of the Jim Crow time period of the 1920s by completing an internet-based worksheet on the Tulsa Race of 1921. The Tulsa Riot was one of the worst race riots in American history. The Tulsa Race Riot Webquest uses a great website created by the Tulsa World New
MORE FORENSIC FILES! – CLICK HERE!*Video is necessary for completion of this worksheet. As of February 2016, the entire episode is available free on You Tube which could make it ideal for computer lab or homework assignments (technology access provided). *Forensic Files: Missing Pearl (Season 6, Ep
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VIDEO AVAILABILITY DISCLAIMER: The videos needed to accompany the Forensic Files worksheets can be found on a variety of streaming services and websites. However, availability and prices for these videos can change month-to-month. Please make sure you have access to both the video and that your scho
MORE FORENSIC FILES! – CLICK HERE!*Video is necessary for completion of this worksheet.As of June 2019, the entire episode is available free on You Tube which could make it ideal for computer lab or homework assignments (technology access provided).*BLOOD TRAIL (Season 2, Episode 6)Episode Summary:
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Civil War Webquest: New York City Draft RiotsStudents will gain knowledge about the New York City Draft Riots by completing an internet-based worksheet. The New York City Draft Riots Webquest uses an amazing website created by the University of New York.http://www.virtualny.cuny.edu/draftriots/Intro
This Cornell style worksheet goes along with the forensics documentary show Forensic Factor: Lasting Evidence parts 1-3. Altogether, the three videos are between 40-45 minutes in length and their main topics are as follows:Part 1: Ear printsPart 2: Footprints, Shoe prints, FingerprintsPart 3: AFIS
MORE FORENSIC FILES! – CLICK HERE!*Videos are necessary for completion of these worksheets. Please make sure you have access to the correct videos for each (both use the 21-minute runtime versions)As of January 2019, episodes of Forensic Files can be found FREE on You Tube and through various pay s
This is a 1 day introductory lesson for Civics and Government courses. It is designed to be high interest and to engage students in questions about the purpose of law and government. The lesson asks students to imagine themselves as survivors of a zombie virus that has wiped out all governments. Stu

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