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Mock Trial: Class Preparation
This Power-Point lesson will provide students with an introductory framework from which to understand the judiciary process. Students will delve into the fundamental aspects of a courtroom such as: the basic structure and lay-out of a courtroom, the function of different roles (judge, jury, defense,
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ESL Law and Order: Law Enforcement Lesson (Editable)
This is an excellent resource for teaching law enforcement and police situations, especially for adult English/ESL learners living in the USA. This lesson gets students talking about crimes, police situations, and their personal rights. This lesson features vocabulary, conversation, and role playi
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Hotel Rwanda Movie Questions
These questions accompany the movie Hotel Rwanda. This video is an excellent example of effects of genocide on a nation and the relationships between other nations around the world in a time of crisis.
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NPR - "Balloon Boy Hoax" worksheet
This is a set of 15 fill-in-the-blank questions that encourages students to listen carefully to the NPR "Talk of the Nation" report on the Balloon Boy hoax of 2009. Here's the link: 'Balloon Boy' Just One Of Many Media Hoaxes
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Erin Brockovich - Movie Quiz or Movie Guide
This is a 6-page quiz over the movie Erin Brockovich, containing multiple choice and short answer questions. This could also be used as a study guide for students to follow along with the movie in class. This quiz is 6-pages long and I have also provided a 6-page answer key. Please provide feedba
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The judicial branch of government is responsible for the U.S. Court system. How does the Supreme Court fall into this? Watch this video and learn more.
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Illegal Drugs
A powerpoint on popular illegal drugs in the United States.
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Gideon Trumpet (Movie)
This lesson involves a worksheet and a compare and contrast that deals with the movie Gideon's Trumpet. The movie deals with the right to an attorney and the 6th and 14th Amendments.
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ESL Law and Order: The Michael Brown Shooting
This multi-faceted resource creates a platform for students to discuss Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice in the context of the infamous Michael Brown Shooting of 2014. The activities include listening to a news story on the incident, discussing the topic, and comparing the case of Mike Brown to
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Crime and Law (C): Learning courtroom terms with "The Practice" (TV show pilot)
It's no secret that student learn best while having fun. Entertain and educate your English/ESL/EFL students about legal proceedings with an episode of the 90s hit TV series "The Practice". In watching a case unfold, students will learn courtroom roles and language in a memorable, engaging way. (T
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There are three branches of government. The United States President is given certain powers under the executive branch. When it comes to the final say, who has more power? The judicial branch or the executive branch? Watch our clarifier and learn about the branches of government.
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Eyewitness Testimony Documentary Worksheet - Forensic Science
Did you know that 73% of the 239 convictions overturned through DNA testing were based on faulty eyewitness testimony? These no-prep worksheets were created for a high school forensics class studying eyewitness testimony. These two, Cornell Style worksheets go along with the 2-part "60-Minutes" se

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12 Angry Men Video Guide for Government or English
This is a video guide that I use when I show 12 Angry Men. It has a section for the students to identify the jurors and 9 questions for them to answer about the film. I also have a Psychology version of this video guide. Movie not included.
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Catch Me if You Can - Movie Quiz or Movie Guide
This is a 7-page movie quiz containing multiple choice and short answer questions to assess students over the movie Catch Me if You Can, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks. I have also provided a full 7-page answer key. Use with Business or Marketing students to teach them entrepreneurial skil
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Street Law Powerpoint Notes
The Street Law Powerpoint Notes were created to supplement the 8th edition of the Street Law textbook, published by Glencoe and Street Law, Inc. The guided notes help students process the key information in each chapter of the textbook. A series of slides has been created to supplement the key chapt
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"The New Jim Crow" Interview Questions
Comprehension questions that students will answer while viewing the interview with Michelle Alexander, a lawyer and civil rights advocate on "Real Time with Bill Maher". Alexander is the author of The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness. Episode: 2.14.14
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Crime and Law (B): Explorations of types of crime (Adult ESL Unit)
In this interactive and multi-faceted lesson students will learn, study, and discuss various distinctions of crime, as well as how social status affects crime and punishment. They will do an integrated activity involving cyber crime using a listening passage from NPR's Diane Rehm show on the illusi
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Crime and Law (B): Cyber Crime and  Online Security (Adult ESL)
Explore cyber crime and the frailty of online security with this integrative skills activity for English/ESL learners. Students will have opportunities for discussion, vocabulary building, listening, writing, and recap centered around a listening passage from NPR's Diane Rehm show on the illusion of
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Sierra Club: Dioxin, Duplicity and DuPont video discussion
This discussion activity centers on the Sierra Club Chronicles documentary "Dioxin, Dublicity and DuPont." The video is available on Google Video and from the Sierra Club website. The video looks at the effects that the DeLisle Chemical plant is having on the local community. The discussion activity
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Criminal Sexual Conduct
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Two Perspective of Kony 2012
This is a worksheet to use before, during or after watching the Kony 2012 video. The purpose of this worksheet is to encourage students to question what they view, rather than take all information as the sole source. It is important for students to recognize that there are always more sides to a sto
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County Court Houses of South Carolina
In my travels during the summer of 2014, I took the scenic route. I traveled a different path ala Robert Frost north and south, which resulted in obtaining some great photos of county court houses in South Carolina. Initially, there were 12 counties, concentrated in the coastal area--old and new
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ESL Law and Order: Law Enforcement Lesson (Uneditable)
This is an excellent resource for teaching law enforcement and police situations, especially for adult English/ESL learners living in the USA. This lesson gets students takling about crimes, police situations, and their personal rights. This lesson features vocabulary, conversation, and role playi
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ESL Law and Order: The Michael Brown Shooting (EDITABLE)
This multi-faceted resource creates a platform for students to discuss Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice in the context of the infamous Michael Brown Shooting of 2014. The activities include listening to a news story on the incident, discussing the topic, and comparing the case of Mike Brown to
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