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This six-question viewing guide for grades 7-12 will keep your students focused on the federal trial and appellate courts, jurisdiction, and types of law: public, common, civil, and criminal.
It's a ready-to-go homework assignment for your Civics or Government students, or, if you’re a one-to-one school, an ideal quiet time activity, which will keep students engaged while you conference with others. Simply make the link available to students and distribute the viewing guide. There are two options: one with time stamps and one without--a great way to differentiate.
You can also access this file digitally, via Google Drive, which will allow you to edit it. For quick printable, simply download and print the PDF file. Aligned standards can be found within the introduction letter within this document. Finally, a homework that students will enjoy! Simply print the handout and share the link with students. It includes an answer key with time stamps for reference.
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