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Police Appreciation Unit
Police Appreciation Unit
This is a mini unit for Police Appreciation week or Thank a Police Officer Day. Items included in this product are, a sentence strip hat, a badge and handcuffs to look like a police officer. An Anchor chart activity, with anchor chart pieces included. A book to make with your students to send t
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Ancient Roman Law Activity: Primary and Secondary Sources
Ancient Roman Law Activity: Primary and Secondary Sources
This is a good way to work with historical sources while studying the ancient Romans. This document/activity has three pages. Page one is a brief collection of secondary source material written by modern authors on the Roman legal system. The second page is a verbatim primary source of authentic
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Reconstruction Worksheet: Letter from a Freedman to His Old Master
Reconstruction Worksheet: Letter from a Freedman to His Old Master
This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about Reconstruction through the letter of a recently freed slave to his former master. The primary source document is written by Jourdan Anderson and he is writing a very sarcastic letter back to his former master who wants J
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Fredrick Douglass Primary Source Worksheet: Escape From Slavery
Fredrick Douglass Primary Source Worksheet: Escape From Slavery
This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about Frederick Douglass’s escape from slavery. I use this worksheet to help students better understand slavery and the early life of Frederick Douglass. This activity is very easy to use. All you have to do is print off the p
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Police Badge Craft
Police Badge Craft
This is a craft for Police Appreciation week or Thank a Police Officer Day. I have a blog post on this, that I would love for you to check out: Police Appreciation Blog Post
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Federalism 45 Minute Lesson Plan
Federalism 45 Minute Lesson Plan
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
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Mock Trial:Fairy Tales on Trial
Mock Trial:Fairy Tales on Trial
Fairy Tales on Trial is a unique and fun lesson meant to go at the end of a unit on the legal system. It judges a students' ability to understand criminal and civil law, as well as the process of the court system. This is a five stage group assignment, in which students are asked to read and analyze
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Boston Massacre - Full History Review Article Questions Vocab Facts Activities
Boston Massacre - Full History Review Article Questions Vocab Facts Activities
Boston Massacre Full Review Article - 10 pages PDF 3 pages review article 20 review questions critical review time line true/false vocabulary all the information facts to supplement any lesson
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California Gold Rush Primary Source Worksheet: Vigilante Justice, 1851
California Gold Rush Primary Source Worksheet: Vigilante Justice, 1851
This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about lawlessness and justice in California mining towns in the 1850s. This activity is very easy to use. All you have to do is print off the primary source from the following website for classroom use or direct students to th
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Monster by Walter Dean Myers Introduction Trial Activity
Monster by Walter Dean Myers Introduction Trial Activity
Students will get a hands-on introduction to Walter Dean Myers' award-winning book, Monster. Students will work through a mock-trial style activity where they are introduced to the juvenile justice system, court procedures, and rights of the accused just as they will see in Monster. Students will
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African American History: Tulsa Race Riot Webquest
African American History: Tulsa Race Riot Webquest
Students will gain a better understanding of the Jim Crow time period of the 1920s by completing an internet-based worksheet on the Tulsa Race of 1921. The Tulsa Riot was one of the worst race riots in American history. The Tulsa Race Riot Webquest uses a great website created by the Tulsa World New
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Westward Expansion: Death of Billy the Kid Primary Source Worksheet
Westward Expansion: Death of Billy the Kid Primary Source Worksheet
This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about Billy the Kid and the American West. I use this worksheet to help students examine the “Wild West”. This activity is very easy to use. All you have to do is print off the primary source from the following website for cla
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12 Angry Men (1997) Video Lesson on Trial by Jury
12 Angry Men (1997) Video Lesson on Trial by Jury
This lesson is centered on the movie 12 Angry Men (1997). It provides a way to process the film in a way that illustrates the double-edged sword of a trial by jury. Includes activities to do during the watching of the movie as well as a writing/thinking assignment that can also be used to generate
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Script: First Ladies Day in Court Drama  (& lesson plan)
Script: First Ladies Day in Court Drama (& lesson plan)
First Ladies Day in Court is a reader's theater style script that cover history (presidents), civics and economics content while also reinforcing language and literature standards. Comprehension questions are embedded in the text. Script and lesson plan in .DOC and .PDF formats in a zip file. 24
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Massacre of the Armenians: World War I Primary Source Worksheet
Massacre of the Armenians: World War I Primary Source Worksheet
This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about the genocide committed against the Armenian people by the Ottoman Empire during World War I. This activity is very easy to use. All you have to do is print off the primary source from the following website for classroom
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Who Killed President Kennedy?
Who Killed President Kennedy?
“Who doesn’t like a conspiracy theory? With the killing of President John Kennedy, there is no shortage of them. Almost all of them have ardent supporters and insistent detractors—including the official findings put forth by the Warren Commission. Each year brings more and more books and theories a
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Westward Expansion: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid Primary Source Worksheet
Westward Expansion: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid Primary Source Worksheet
This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about the crimes and infamy of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. I use this worksheet to help students understand violence in the American West. This activity is very easy to use. All you have to do is print off the primary
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Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Unit Materials for AP Government and Politics
Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Unit Materials for AP Government and Politics
Fully editable for your AP gov needs ~This unit costs $2 per day!~ Scope & Sequence, Enrichment Activities, FRQ's w/ rubric, Exam w/ key, PPT w/ Lecture Notes and Discussion Questions. Materials Included: -Word Documents *Relevant Lesson Plan with Handouts:
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Forensic Factor: Lasting Impressions - Viewing Guide - Fingerprint Evidence
Forensic Factor: Lasting Impressions - Viewing Guide - Fingerprint Evidence
This Cornell style worksheet goes along with the forensics documentary show Forensic Factor: Lasting Evidence parts 1-3. Altogether, the three videos are between 40-45 minutes in length and their main topics are as follows: Part 1: Ear prints Part 2: Footprints, Shoe prints, Fingerprints Part 3:
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Mr. Hanson's Dilemma-- A lawyer's nightmare
Mr. Hanson's Dilemma-- A lawyer's nightmare
Mr. Hanson has a bit of a problem. His client during the trial confidentially admits his guilt and expects complete obedience to the lawyer client privilege ethic. What to do?
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Current Events:  Writing for Social Studies
Current Events: Writing for Social Studies
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
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Investigations
Investigations
A perfect complement to your lesson plan for Criminal Justice Operations 2 or 3 (Florida), or any Criminal Justice/Police Procedures class. In-depth look at the workings of an investigation. What investigators do and why and the importance of documenting witness testimony and evidence for court.
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State of Nature v. State of Society: Hobbes, Locke and Necessity of Government
State of Nature v. State of Society: Hobbes, Locke and Necessity of Government
This download includes two versions (Honors and Academic) of a common core aligned enrichment assignment I use with my students at the beginning of the semester in a Law and Justice class. The download also includes an answer key. Students are given two readings on the philosophies of John Locke a
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Court Jurisdictions: A Case Study on the Death Penalty in NC
Court Jurisdictions: A Case Study on the Death Penalty in NC
This lesson features a case study on the history of the death penalty and how it was exercised in the State of NC throughout history. Students will see how Supreme Court decisions (Furman v. Georgia and Woodson v. NC) impacted changes in state laws and how those changes impacted the processes used
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Civil Rights: Jackie Robinson Baseball and Racism Primary Source Worksheet
Civil Rights: Jackie Robinson Baseball and Racism Primary Source Worksheet
This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about Jackie Robinson, Racism, and Civil Rights. This activity is very easy to use. All you have to do is print off the primary source from the following website for classroom use or direct students to the website to answer th
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Supreme Court Case Study with Argumentative Writing on Morse v. Frederick
Supreme Court Case Study with Argumentative Writing on Morse v. Frederick
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 reso
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Westward Expansion: Texas Rangers 1876 Primary Source Worksheet
Westward Expansion: Texas Rangers 1876 Primary Source Worksheet
This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about the Texas Rangers in 1870s. I use this worksheet to help students understand the “Wild West”. This activity is very easy to use. All you have to do is print off the primary source from the following website for classroom
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Movie Question Packet : Sherlock A Study in Pink (forensic / psychology)
Movie Question Packet : Sherlock A Study in Pink (forensic / psychology)
This packet is a collection of questions, writing prompts, and research paper rubrics to accompany the BBC tele movie / series SHERLOCK : A STUDY IN PINK. This is an appropriate movie for high school and college classes with a focus on either psychology or forensic-behavioral sciences. The movie is
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Boston Legal  Shirley Schmidt's Dilemma  Jason Matheny
Boston Legal Shirley Schmidt's Dilemma Jason Matheny
Jason has been charged with vehicular homicide as he allegedly hit and subsequently killed an elderly man crossing a street. Despite his father's initial denials, Jason comes clean and admits hitting the man. Shirley Schmidt cannot allow Jason to commit perjury. There is one eye witness who obser
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Boston Legal Ryan Myerson
Boston Legal Ryan Myerson
Allan Shore is at it again. His client, Ryan Myerson arranged for a nurse to administer a morphine drip for his dying wife. The District Attorney has brought charges of assisted suicide. Your students will sit as jurors as the prosecution and defense attorneys make their respective cases. Video
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Boston Legal  The Case of Patrice Kelley
Boston Legal The Case of Patrice Kelley
Patrice Kelley's daughter, Hannah, was bludgeoned to death by Sean Harmon. However, Harmon was found "not guilty by reason of insanity". To avenge the death of her daughter, Patrice Kelley walked into Harmon's office and fatally shot him. She has now procured Alan Shore as her defense attorney an
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The Vigilantes
The Vigilantes
Set in the 1860s Gold Rush period, the Vigilantes of Montana took the law into their own hands as they captured and hanged the notorious Henry Plummer, a bandit who murdered and terriorized more than a few people in his lifetime. This dilemma asks students to judge the Vigilantes and their extra-le
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Crime Statistics In Canada
Crime Statistics In Canada
This lesson plan is part of a larger unit on crime in Canada to be used in CLU3M. This lesson is to be completed in a computer lab where students will work with multiple news articles and statistics to complete a worksheet on crime statistics in Canada throughout time. The goal of this lesson is for
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Byzantine Emperor Justinian Assignment
Byzantine Emperor Justinian Assignment
Students create an Acrostic Poem about Justinian and his accomplishments. This is a great alternate assessment particularly for students who are strong writers.
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Developing Government Agencies and Democratic Processes
Developing Government Agencies and Democratic Processes
This project was designed for law enforcement adult education but able to be adapted for high school and undergraduate courses. The project has the students research agency development, laws and regulations as well as create a process to meet a dynamic need with regard to Terrorism. The students w
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Police Story Essay
Police Story Essay
Students use their knowledge of crimes and the role of police to write a story. The story includes characters, dialogue, and a description of a specific criminal act. This is a great cross-curricular activity with an English class! I usually give students 2-3 days to work on this in class there are
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Sentencing and Death Penalty PPT
Sentencing and Death Penalty PPT
This comprehensive PowerPoint walks students through the sentencing and appeals process and then dives into the Death Penalty Debate. This is the foundation that students use to help prepare for their class debate on the Death Penalty (see my debate assignment for instructions and grading).
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Florida Criminal Law
Florida Criminal Law
A guide to Florida's Criminal Statutes, including an explanation of of "elements" - misdemeanor and felony classifications and sentencing.
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Supreme Court Lesson Outline
Supreme Court Lesson Outline
This activity guides your students through the oral argument phase of actual Supreme Court cases. It provides step-by-step instructions on how to organize a set of mock Supreme Courts and run the arguments. Also included are outlines for writing briefs and opinions.
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Roe V Wade
Roe V Wade
A lesson plan that highlights the constitutional issues in regards to the controversial Supreme Court decision.
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Equal Protection Conflicts for Government Class
Equal Protection Conflicts for Government Class
This lesson plan provides hypothetical situations that place equal protection concepts in conflict. A great way to illustrate the issues that arise when a choice regarding life, liberty and/or property is at hand and there seems to be a lose-lose situation no matter which decision is made. Student
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Bylaws
Bylaws
This SmartBoard Notebook lesson is designed around the concept of Municipal bylaws and how to create them! The lesson is interactive, with different parts of the lesson able to be interacted with! At the end of the lesson, there is an activity for students. The name of the town can be easily chan
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World War I Primary Source Worksheet: Execution of Mata Hari
World War I Primary Source Worksheet: Execution of Mata Hari
This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about the life and execution of the female spy Mata Hari during World War I. This activity is very easy to use. All you have to do is print off the primary source from the following website for classroom use or direct students
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ESL Law and Order: Law Enforcement Lesson (Editable)
ESL Law and Order: Law Enforcement Lesson (Editable)
This is an excellent resource for teaching law enforcement and police situations, especially for adult English/ESL learners living in the USA. This lesson gets students talking about crimes, police situations, and their personal rights. This lesson features vocabulary, conversation, and role playi
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ESL Law and Order: The Michael Brown Shooting
ESL Law and Order: The Michael Brown Shooting
This multi-faceted resource creates a platform for students to discuss Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice in the context of the infamous Michael Brown Shooting of 2014. The activities include listening to a news story on the incident, discussing the topic, and comparing the case of Mike Brown to
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State Lawmaking Simulation
State Lawmaking Simulation
Group-oriented simulation of the process a state bill goes through to become a law (in the state of Virginia). Based on a scenario, students must work together to decide what bill to support. Ideally, no more than three or four students per group. At the end of the activity, the class will decide
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Serial Podcast:  Episode Eight (The Deal With Jay) Activities
Serial Podcast: Episode Eight (The Deal With Jay) Activities
This lesson, which follows episode eight of the Serial Podcast (The Deal With Jay) includes the following; 1. Worksheet with questions (in order) following the podcast. These questions vary in difficulty and the worksheet could easily be modified to meet the needs of all levels of learners. (3 pa
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Odor in the Court: Counterfeit Justice-How George Zimmerman Got Away With Murder
Odor in the Court: Counterfeit Justice-How George Zimmerman Got Away With Murder
Hello, Esteemed Colleagues: Today's High School students need to appreciate and understand much more relevant issues than what they may find in video games and movies like "Fast and Furious" and "Transporters." "Odor in the Court: Counterfeit Justice and How George Zimmerman Got Away With Murder" a
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Mandatory Reporting: It's Your Job
Mandatory Reporting: It's Your Job
MANDATORY REPORTING CHILD ABUSE: IT’S YOUR JOB "L" is for Lawsuit; Lumped in; and Liable. Are you the next Teacher to be named in a Lawsuit, or Lumped into Litigation because you are paid by the school district being sued, and allegations frame you as being Liable, too? The Eight Myths--All False!
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Right or Wrong!  The U.S. Bill of Rights
Right or Wrong! The U.S. Bill of Rights
Know your rights! Right or Wrong! is a three part game based unit that helps students identify the civil rights of all Americans written into The Bill of Rights of the US Constitution - and their real world meaning and application. Simply put, Right or Wrong uses classic card game dynamics - like
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Dred Scott Supreme Court Decision: Common Core Analysis
Dred Scott Supreme Court Decision: Common Core Analysis
Dred Scott Case Common Core Analysis of the Justice’s Opinions: Dred Scott was an enslaved African American who sued for his freedom and his case went all the way to the Supreme Court. This is a great activity to help your students dive deeper into the Dred Scott v. Sanford case by annotating prima
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Prosecuting or Defending Nursery Rhymes
Prosecuting or Defending Nursery Rhymes
Prosecuting or Defending Nursery Rhymes As children, we are bombarded with reading and hearing various fairy tales and nursery rhyme stories. We often view these stories to be happy and innocent because the main characters for the most part “live happily ever after”, but what about these main chara
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