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Students will create a brochure discussing 1 of 9 Criminal Defences, including Alibi, Duress, Mental Disorders, etc...
Standards for the new Common Core include writing within disciplines. In order to address writing on a weekly basis without relying on a large project or lesson, instead include short writing samples on current events. This is perfect for the social studies classroom, especially those geared towar
This rubric goes through the basic parts of a contract and has students pair up with a partner in class to write a mock contract of their own, selling something fictitious of their choosing. This is a great resource for a business law or personal finance class, when discussing consumer rights.Pleas
With this project, your students will select from some of the world's most prolific and well-known serial killers, and will immerse themselves in the world of forensic behavioral analysis and research. Students are asked to complete a research paper and PowerPoint, and are provided a detailed outli
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A High Engagement Common Core Writing Lesson one of the more recent cases commonly known as "Bong Hits 4 Jesus". Materials Included: *Full Lesson Plan aligned with Common Core Standards *Writing Task with Rubric *Relevant article and suggested resources Expose students to decisions made by the Su
Hammurabi's Code packet with 4 formative activities PLUS a Create Your Own Code of Justice project assignment, rubric, and graphic organizerThis is a great resource for any Ancient Civilizations course. Can be modified to meet your own students' needs. Activities can be divided up for different less
This research packet is used to guide student research on a Supreme Court Case. Students will research the constitutional question at the center of the case, the arguments on both sides of the case, as well as the Supreme Court's opinion including information on majority, dissenting, and concurring
The Introduction to Law packet is the first part of a multi-packet law studies course created by a licensed attorney and middle school teacher who was named 2020 Teacher of the Year for Broward County, Florida. The packet includes:Seven (7) complete lesson plans;Three rubrics;A student interest sur
This project connects real world events with what students are learning in a Crime and Law class. For this project, students collect news stories that deal with any type of crime within the US and from around the world. There are 3 article checks for this project so students not only have ample time
The assignment asked students to compare the effects of bias on two trials from American history. This packet suggests using the Lizzie Borden trial as one (since students had just finished reading about her alleged crime), but those details could easily be removed. Packet includes: -instructions -r
Students, alone or in a group, create their own society following this rubric. They draw a map, create a flag, and make decisions that require a great deal of thought and consideration. Once complete, students present their society to the class following the guidelines of this rubric. This assign
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Directions: Research any notable 2nd Amendment court case. Present it to class in a media presentation. Use any computer program you prefer (PowerPoint, Prezi, Google Slides, iMovie, Keynote, etc.) for your presentation. Use the rubric below as your guide. 2nd Amendment: "A well regulated Milit
Students, alone or in a group, create their own society following the rubric on my site. As part of the project, they also create a society constitution that mirrors the U.S. Constitution. This is the rubric for that project. Once complete, students present their constitutions to the class. I as
What's the best way to get a teenager interested in learning about the Supreme Court? Put 'em on the docket!This project looks at 10 United States Supreme Court cases that have every teenager's favorite topic: other teenagers. It is a highly motivating topic and gives you the opportunity to have
This assignment deals with choosing 3 jurors and discussing the reasons how, why, and when they changed their initial votes. There is an overview of the assignment, a worksheet for organizing the requirements of a 5 paragraph essay, a peer response form, and the grading rubric. I also have a packe
This project allows students to demonstrate their creativity as well as understanding of what life inside a prison cell would entail. The handout includes specific instructions, suggestions, and a scoring guide for your students. All you have to do is purchase, download, and print!
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BUY THIS INSTEAD (Better deal)Directions: Research any notable 10th Amendment court case. Present it to class in a media presentation. Use any computer program you prefer (PowerPoint, Prezi, Google Slides, iMovie, Keynote, etc.) for your presentation. Use the rubric below as your guide. Tenth A
This is a reflection form for students to complete as they work together for the Simulated Congressional Hearings. Students are supposed to be working together towards their common goal of understanding their assigned unit, and this reflection form helps them be accountable for their actions. It a
Standards for the new Common Core include writing within disciplines. In order to address writing on a weekly basis without relying on a large project or lesson, instead include short writing samples on current events. This is perfect for the social studies classroom, especially those geared towar
Have you ever imagined your life without the protections of the Bill of Rights? One way to teach this vital part of the Constitution is to have your students imagine and describe what life would be like without these protections.In this project, your students will define some of the amendments, expl
Students interested in law enforcement, business law, etc. work on this career exploration project to find a legal career of interest to them. The result is a brief presentation that is visually appealing and personal to the student. Please follow, rate, and review!
A set of structured questions which can be used as a formative or summative assessment task for "Legal Studies Unit 1, AOS 3: Civil Liability". This set of questions allows students to apply their understanding of Civil Liability to the famous Wilson v Bauer Media defamation case. It comes with a ha
The Standard Field Sobriety Tests (SFSTs) Rubric is for the 3 SFSTs: Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus, Walk and Turn and One Leg Stand. It includes the exact verbiage and physical actions needed to perform the SFSTs in the field. The rubric is based on the exact steps with the exact phrases according to th
Hello fellow educator!Thank you very much for clicking on this product. The DNA databanks PBL is a project I designed after taking the "Authentic connections for PBL" course by Eduspire and Wilson College. I had some experience with PBL in the past, but I believe this project was the most authentic

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