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Examining Criminal Cases can be a fun way to teach the skills of research and analysis in a Law & Justice or Government class!This is a research activity in which students are directed to a website providing information on a number of current criminal cases. The cases are updated frequently, an
Students will get the opportunity to be lawyers and prosecute or defend an accused person in a criminal trial (11 total). Each group will consist of 2 lawyers (prosecuting and defending), and an accused person. The teacher will act as the judge and guide the jury as they vote on the verdict. The maj
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4th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
Distance Learning: This has everything for the distance learning experience. There is a complete presentation in powerpoint. This is followed by flashcards which can be used for review or spirited discussion. There are many apps online for connecting with your students for discussions. Finally, ther
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Looking for an online learning resource that will allow your students, or child to continue learning history in a creative and engaging way-- at home? This user friendly, digital resource fufills these needs, and more!This lesson will have students critically explore a contentious current event issu
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7th - 12th, Higher Education
Is it a criminal case or a civil case? Is it a state or federal case? Is it original or appellate jurisdiction? This activity provides many scenarios that students need to classify. They may work with partners, a group, or on their own for this engaging court case challenge. Update: a key has been a
The students will conduct a web quest which allows them to gain knowledge and insight into the definition, purpose and procedures of civil and criminal cases. Upon completion of this assignment, students are expected to know that: -Civil cases are established to settle disputes between two parties
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Differentiating Criminal and Civil Law as learned through the OJ Simpson Case. A great follow up to our "Introduction to Law" unit, this unit goes into more detail about both criminal and civil law. The unit also showcases the OJ Simpson trial and the "hollywood nature" of the court case. This do
This printable can be used to reinforce activities in the business law classroom that deal with:ArsonAssaultBriberyBurglaryCrimeEmbezzlementExtortionFelonyForgeryInfractionKidnappingMisdemeanorMurderPerjuryPlea BargainingRobberySelf-DefenseIncluded in this product are 17 fill-in-the-blank style case
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
The following are to make remote/blended learning a better experience for you:a powerpoint presentation on Computer Based ForensicsGoogle Searches Flash-Discussion CardsEnhanced Question Card (Tutorial & class swap)Mini-DebatesRole PlayMultiple Choice TestTHERE ARE MANY ACTUAL SLIDES IN THE PREV
This product is a case study of 11 fairly notorious criminals in American history (IE. Steven Avery, Dzohkar Tsarnaev). It begins with students identifying characteristics of types of homicides. I recommend having students fill this first part out during the teacher's direct instruction. (My Crim
Grades:
9th - 12th
This printable can be used to reinforce activities in the business law classroom that deal with:Self-DefenseLarcenyBriberyBurglaryEmbezzlementRobberyIncluded in this product are six cases. If you enjoyed this product, please take the time to leave positive feedback!I will continue to create new busi
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This mock trial is based upon the old Irish folk song, The Black Velvet Band. It takes 3-5 class hours to complete. Because the mock trial involves drinking, I've included some civics/health lessons on how easily a person can become intoxicated by alcohol as part of the trial. The basic story is a
This successful and engaging activity asks students to consider which punishments are suitable in the case of three very different crimes. It relies on reading for detail, vocabulary skills, persuasion, negotiation and compromise, and brings up controversial issues including the utility of prison, w
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11th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
The lesson consists of a scripted mini-lecture, student note, worksheet and case studies! I have to say the case study is really what solidified the students knowledge and understanding about civil vs criminal cases. There is also a great flow chart I usually have them memorize and it becomes one of
Bring your forensic science class to life with this differentiated fingerprinting activity - The Case of the Early Summer! This activity reviews fingerprint characteristics and minutiae as an introduction, and then students must use this knowledge to match the fingerprint found at the crime scene to
Developed for Ontario's "Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology, and Sociology" course (HSP3C, HSP3U, HSP3M), this task has students researching their choice of criminal, and writing a case study based on their findings. Included in this file are:The assignmentCurriculum expectations metRubric for
Use this fun activity as a group or independent practice after teaching Criminal and Civil court processes. This activity is great for student practice recognizing the roles in a case and level of court each case would be heard in. Students also will predict what the verdict will be based on their u
This product is a case study of 11 fairly notorious criminals in American history (IE. Steven Avery, Dzohkar Tsarnaev). It begins with students identifying characteristics of types of homicides. I recommend having students fill this first part out during the teacher's direct instruction. (My Crim
This Unit bundle includes lessons on the Criminal Justice System and how the legal system works. It also includes landmark Supreme Court cases. Included in this bundle is:*PowerPoint Presentations*Guided Notes*Activities*Homework Assignments*Unit Test***This unit is also included in my Civics &amp
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6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Some fairy tale folk have been up to no good! Fairy tales are fantastic for exploring good and bad behaviour and deepening reasoning skills. This resource has a completed criminal case file using Goldilocks as a model to read and discuss together.Students complete personal details, crimes, witness n
This power point can be used alone to teach about criminal and civil cases or can be used with the Criminal & Civil Cases note page. Aligns with Virginia standard CE.10c
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6th - 8th
Civics Steps in a Criminal Case Sequencing Relay Cards, Research, Digital Interactive Notebook, Narrative Writing Activities, Google Classroom, Print & Digital Distance LearningThis Civics Steps in a Criminal Case Sequencing Relay Cards, Research, Narrative Writing Activities (Paper AND Google D
This word sort is a great resource to use for group work or even individual review. Visually organizing the necessary steps in both criminal and civil cases is extremely valuable. Students can also utilize the venn diagram resource to record similarities and differences. Great additions to Corne
There is also my product which covers completely the O J Simpson criminal and civil cases, located here:https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/OJ-Simpson-Cases-Compare-Contrast-Criminal-v-Civil-Law-MC-Quiz-69648Cement that learning by letting your students play an OJ criminal vs. civil law game

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