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Students love CSI Activities and Hands-on Investigations. These popular investigation activities will have your students asking for more.Looking to go DIGITAL in the CLASSROOM or Distance Learning Mode?Check out this C.S.I BUNDLE! C.S.I. Activities for Google ClassroomBy purchasing this BUNDLE you a
Add a little C.S.I. enrichment to your classroom every season. Students love inferring and using deductive logic as they follow Crime Scene Protocol and unlock the mystery of the Stolen Scream, the Elf Enigma, the Bunny Brainteaser and the Sabotaged SlideEach of these 4 workshops includes engaging h
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
Transform your classroom into a courtroom with a Mock Trial. Bring government to life with this real world experience. This unit will show you how to use fairy tales to create a trial in your class. Students will become attorneys, witnesses, defendants and bailiffs. Everything you need is right her
Transform your classroom into a courtroom with a Mock Trial. Bring government to life with this real world experience. This unit will show you how to use social studies standards to create a trial in your class. Students will become attorneys, witnesses, defendants and bailiffs. Everything you need
Transform your classroom into a courtroom with a Mock Trial. Bring government to life with this real world experience. This unit will show you how to use actual social studies standards to create a trial in your class. Students will become attorneys, witnesses, defendants and bailiffs. Everything y
A look at terrorism with a personal exercise added.
Author Sandra Wilson offers a brief look at crimes and punishments throughout history. This history covers Hammurabi's first laws, torture devices, public executions, the electric chair, Alcatraz and more. With activities to highlight the information this is a mini unit study on the not so nice par
This is a 12-lesson unit for gifted 3rd-6th graders, designed to last one semester. It teaches the history of forensic science in a very hands-on and engaging way. Students track a criminal through history, but he keeps slipping away! The ancient forensic science techniques just aren't enough for
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Investigate the Criminal Justice System!Consider the Bill of Rights and what role it plays in America’s CriminalJustice System. Find the crime in a Nursery Rhyme and other fun activities.Activities include:• The Marshmallow Game (a game to support the idea for why we need rules or laws)• Introductio
In this zipped file, you will find the greatest tool I have used yet for the Supreme Court Cases that I have used in years. I simply took 6 manila folders and labeled them with the court case numbers (there are 6 court cases). I glued the court case summary on the right of the inside of the folder a
Iqbal Masih was celebrated around the world for his work to free child slaves in Pakistan until his life was cut at the age of 12. Written for an upper elementary-middle school audience, Francisco D'Adamo's novel is a beautiful story based on the events of Iqbal Masih's fight for freedom. As they
Ever wanted your students to argue about something that will also teach them? What about taking a Dr. Seuss character to trial! Your students will be arguing about whether or not the Cat-in-the-Hat actually burglarized Sally's home or whether Horton committed kidnapping! It is perfect for motivati
Make teaching Forensics easy with this Unit Plan 1 bundle! SIOP, gifted, and differentiation strategies are embedded and easily identified throuought. Lessons are differnetiated accoding to learning style, grouping, and language ability. Both content and literacy standards as well as key vocabular
This interdisciplinary unit about Mock Trials, with issues about energy, combines Social Studies and Science. Students will be given roles of Judges, Lawyers (prosecuting and defense), witnesses (eye witnesses and experts). Topics for these debates include Fuel Efficiency Standards, Propositions to
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
This product is to be used in connection with the book titled: 5 is the Against the Law written by Kari Dunn Buron. This product provides all the necessary materials to make the poster provided in the example. You will get the rating numbers, facial pictures and definitions. All you need to do is
This unit plan is for an interdisciplinary curriculum consisting of an English “Twelve Angry Men”/Playwriting unit and a corresponding Social Studies Legal System unit. The English portion of the unit consists of Twelve Angry Men Reader’s Theatre for Reading Workshop and a Writing Workshop for playw
This unit was designed to integrate reading into lessons on Government and Law. Each lesson focuses on a different issue, using a different reading strategy. 13 strategies are used and each focuses on different components (oral language, word study, comprehension, vocabulary, and writing) The topics
This thematic unit revolves law and legal terminology that students may hear both inside and outside the courtroom. All activities are connected and real-world relevant! Perfect for English, Civics, and Criminal Justice! Included you receive: 10 vocabulary words related to law Monday-Thursday homew
Covers These Topics and Vocabulary: - Supreme Court Cases: Marbury v. Madison, Tinker v. Des Moines, Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier, Morse v. Frederick, In Re Gault, Miranda v. Arizona, Gideon v. Wainwright, Plessy v. Ferguson, Brown v. Board of Education, District of Columbia v. Heller, Bush v. Gore, Unite
This unit was designed to give a comprehensive overview of law and core legal vocabulary with ESL students in mind. Topics covered: Government Structure (U.S.) Branches of Law Cybercrime Due Process of Law Criminal Law Business Law Ethics and Morals Intellectual Property + 2 Dialogues for Oral Prac
Community Helpers make your neighborhood a safer and happier place. As you learn about rules in the classroom, teach kids about the rules in the real world too! Support our men and women in blue with this great Police Officer poster!When you ask students what they want to be when they grow up, a sur
A unit with six separate lessons (5-10 days) to teach parts of the Constitution associated with crimes, criminals, and courtroom procedure. A mock crime is committed with classmates playing major parts, including, attorneys, the judge, defendant, and witnesses. It is investigated by detectives and p

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