The police search a man's yard by flying a plane over his house. Thermal-imaging equipment is used to try to identify lights used to grow drugs. The FBI asks Apple for help breaking into a terror suspect's I-Phone. Are these tactics permissible? Are they an invasion of privacy?
"Always Watching" guides students through three high-interest, high-profile court cases. Student compare and contrast the cases, analyze the verdicts, and use the information provided to synthesize a rule regarding reasonable searches, privacy, and safety.
"Always Watching" includes a 14 slide PowerPoint and 14 page PDF guide. The guide includes students pages, answer sheets, and 2 pages of probing questions to accompany the PowerPoint Presentation that allow for high student engagement and class discussion.
"Always Watching" provides a highly engaging-cross curricular learning experience to actively engage and excite the learners in your classroom!