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Hair as Evidence PowerPoint Presentation includes 49 PowerPoint slides, in both .ppt and .pdf format, and covers the following topics:• Hair as class evidence• Secondary Transfer• Collecting hair evidence • Function of hair• Structure of hair• Cuticle, Cortex, Medulla• Differences in Hair• Hair from
The Forensic Science Questioned Document (Handwriting Analysis, Forgery, and Counterfeit) PowerPoint Presentation includes two versions of PowerPoint slides, in both .ppt and .pdf format and covers the following topics:• Document analysis• Questioned document vs. exemplar• 12 major characteristics o
Your purchase includes 45 PowerPoint slides, in both .pptx and .pdf format. The Other Evidence PowerPoint Presentation covers the following topics: • Tool Marks • Tool Mark Evidence • Tool Mark Database • Impression Evidence • Shoe Impressions • Tire Impressions • Dental Impressions • Glass Evidenc
Are you looking for forensic science curriculum resources? Welcome to your one stop forensics shop! This growing bundle includes all of my current and future forensic science products at a HUGE discount. Topics include fingerprints, blood, eyewitnesses, working crime scenes, ballistics, DNA finge
This is a fun warm up activity for a class about Prohibition or the 1920's in the U.S. It includes five entertaining questions that are designed to grab student attention.
Laughable Laws: A Year's supply of weekly weird laws from around the world! Whether you are teaching about laws or just want something fun to start/end your lessons with, this laws resource is guaranteed to give you and your students a laugh! You'd be amazed at the weird, dumb and strange laws the
We the Jury find Mr. Grinch....We are finally putting the Grinch on trial for his crimes. In this activity, students will explore various examples of "evidence" and decide whether the Grinch is guilty or innocent. This powerpoint takes you through trial procedures (or as close as we can possibly ge
This PowerPoint takes the students through the steps of how a bill becomes a law. It is a very visual, step-by-step explanation for the student who has little or no exposure to the law making process.
The Guilty/Not Guilty Activity is an engaging lesson that allows students to be “jurors” and determine the verdict of 3 different (real) criminal trials. The cases include OJ Simpson, Casey Anthony, and Laci Peterson. Students will go through the facts of each case and determine the verdict based
This lesson will have students critically explore and evaluate the controversial decision made by the United States’ President Harry S. Truman to use the atomic bomb to end the war with Japan. Charged with ‘Crimes Against Humanity’ under Article 6 of the Nuremberg Charter, students will simulate a m
2 hour, fully resourced lesson which focuses on capital punishment, its legal stautus around the world, the moral and religious arguments for and against and the history of the death penalty. The lesson has been left editable and is filled with engaging, well differentiated and fun activities.The pa
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
Need a comprehensive PowerPoint for teaching the Judicial Branch? Look no further! This PowerPoint has it all, including standards-based content, graphics, and the Supreme Court members (updated 2015). Also included student fill-in-the-blank notes that follow the PowerPoint.
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Students visit sites to learn about Georgia's Juvenile Justice Process. Georgia Performance Standard SS8CG6
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As a Contemporary Issues teacher, the Affordable Care Act has been among my top priorities to teach, since it is affecting all of our graduating seniors. In this lesson bundle, you will find all needed resources to effectively teach health care and the Affordable Care Act. Included: 10 Slide PpT ex
This presentation focuses on the concepts of the Fifth Amendment, includes discussion points and video clips to illustrate different topics and ideas. Great for a High School Government class and an Intro to Political Science class.
This powerpoint was created to introduce 3rd grade gifted students to a Unit on Forensic Science. Kelley's Kreations
This PowerPoint had 60 slides and includes: -- What the Constitution is. -- How old it is -- Who wrote it -- Why it was written -- The Preamble, including what each line of it means -- The Articles, explained simply -- The Bill of Rights, explained simply -- Scenarios to let students apply the Bill
Tort Civil Law Lawsuit PowerPoint Worksheet - negligence - damages, duty, breach, causation, cause in fact, proximate cause
History of Criminal Law notes that clearly outlines the history of criminal law, including ancient Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Jewish, Chinese, Indian, Islamic, French and English laws and systems of justice. The PowerPoint includes engaging pictures and gifs for each slide. There are also two different
This extremely visual PowerPoint goes over the stages of the criminal justice system, from the initial crime to the arrest to the trial to parole. Key terms include bail, complaint, indictment, information, parole, and probation among others. Everything in the PowerPoint is aligned with the TCOLE ce
This was created based on Alberta's grade 9 Social Studies outcomes on the Youth Criminal Justice System. I created this powerpoint to extract the main points concerning the topic so that students could use it as a review for an exam or for students who are not reading at the grade 9 level. It inclu
This is a 14 slide, highly animated, power point presentations on The Roaring 20s - The Sacco & Vanzetti Trial. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs.Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti were Italian-born US anarchists who were convicted o
This is the perfect PowerPoint for Use of Force for Law Enforcement. It goes over the PPCT Use of Force Continuum for the officer, from professional presence to deadly force, and the subject, from psychological intimidation to deadly force assaults. In addition, the notes include the Texas Penal Cod

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