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Save yourself TIME AND ENERGY with this no-prep Innocence Project Lesson & Research Activity! This resource bundle begins with a lesson over The Innocence Project where students will complete the included "Science Scribbles" notes sheet. Then, students will conduct their own research and create
In this activity students will research federal regulatory laws that protect workers. Students will design a museum style exhibit in Google Slides or another presentation software. Students will identify events that led to the creation of the legislation and other important information associated wi
Research Project: Crime and Punishment: This is a full unit plan for a 5 - 10 day-long research project. The purpose of this project is to acquaint learners with the consequences of criminal actions, and to encourage them to explore alternative methods of punishment. The project includes: ind
This War on Drugs documentary ( imdb.to/2tiRiTJ ) brings a culturally relevant teaching experience for ALL students of any background. The Film link I provided is edited by me personally to not reflect curse words so that audiences of 6th grade and up can view and experience the entire content. The
Students will research a key event or person from the Civil Rights Movement. Students will learn about valid sources and how to write a research paper. I give students three weeks to write their papers, but only allow five class days for research and learning how to write a research paper. The Civil
The Grinch is a common household name, especially around the holidays. In the movie, The Grinch hates Christmas so much so that he tries to destroy it for the community he lives in, yet doesn't feel a part of. In the end, he realizes the error in his ways and all of the townspeople of Whoville forgi
This is a really hands-on group of projects for kids to work on while studying the Civil Rights Movement. There are detailed descriptions of each project, and kids will really make the most out of it. From Jim Crow laws to and ABC book of events surrounding the Movement, this is a great supplemental
I have been teaching American Government for ages and I try to find new ways to engage students with certain topics. Teaching Bureaucracy and the concept of Iron Triangles / Regulations became a lot easier with this activity. Students are paired up and given a scenario in which they work for a par
I've bundled all of the Death Online Handouts, it's a great resource. Right click and extract as a zip file.
This packet is a collection of questions, writing prompts, and research paper rubrics to accompany the movie The Silence of the Lambs. This is an appropriate movie for upper high school and college classes with a focus on either psychology or forensic-behavioral sciences.The movie is necessary for
Do you need Distance Learning Resources for your Forensics Science course? This DEATH INVESTIGATION-Digital Assignment Grid is a no-prep option for your digital classroom and online needs. All of my assignment grids include 6 ready-to-go assignments that require NO PRIOR KNOWLEDGE and are perfect f
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Convicted by the evidence, or by "satanic panic?" The evidence for and against the West Memphis Three is analyzed.
Fun and engaging activity where students take on roles in the criminal case against Julius and Ethel Rosenberg for intent to commit espionage. Students will research Cold War relations between the US and the Soviet Union and learn the basics of criminal justice as they play the part of prosecutors,
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This is a great introductory activity for students new to a Contemporary Issues class. In this WebQuest, students are asked to identify an issue, give a brief statement supporting and opposing it, then rank their interest in the topic. I use this as a way to gauge my student's desire to learn about
A short PowerPoint presentation that provides an overview of the events and people involved in the American Civil Rights Movement. Topics covered include an introduction, the Montgomery Bus Boycott, Brown vs. Board of Education, Little Rock Nine, The March on Washington, Freedom Summer and Malcolm X
I created this activity for my 9th grade American Government classes, but have used it in 11th grade as well. This document includes directions for students and sample pages to help them understand the project requirements and how to format their work. Students research several important Supreme Cou
Students are assigned two crime to research - I double side the worksheet and have the kids pick two crimes out of a container.
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I'm sure I'm not alone in having a grade school education that largely avoided issues of racial injustice. Sure, we learned about slavery, but nothing about persisting injustices. In light of current events, it is especially important that even young learners have exposure to concepts like discrimin
This purchase is for a 40-slide power point presentation on important dates in the field of Forensic Science. It's a great tool to enhance lectures, work toward projects/reports, or simply serve as a first day introduction to the field of forensics. The power point is easy for you to modify or edi
This is the Project I created for my Street Law Class. After learning about Organized Crime in the United States, the students had to pretend their were FBI agents and create classified folders for each crime family to present to the class. The handout provided is the sheet given to the students wit
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Group project where students are researching a career in Criminology and Law. Students are required to research the career and present the information to the class.
I just made this assignment for my Human Studies class in light of the recent events in Parkland, Florida. We talked about school shootings in general, and objectively discussed what to do to prevent them. My students were super engaged with this. Includes article links and 8 discussion questions fo
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The bizarre mass suicide story of the members of the cult Heaven's Gate who believed that in death they would be hitching a ride on the Hale-Bopp comet to a higher level of existence.
NOW FREE! Please use as a project for you students during the COVID-19 closings!During this project, students research a significant criminal trial, write a research paper, and give a presentation on their findings. Engages student with interesting, meaningful research!Includes a student handout, a

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