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Juvenile Justice Research: Teens Serving Time

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The Juvenile Justice Research: Teens Serving Time project is a perfect way to implement Google Apps, Chromebooks, 1:1 or BYOD and high-interest research into your classroom!

This project includes research ready resources for the paperless classroom.

Can you edit student handouts and rubrics?

YES! All teachers can log into a google account, access the shared folder link, and copy the resources into their own Google Drive. Resources can be edited in Google Docs or downloaded and edited using Microsoft Word.

The Juvenile Justice Research Project also includes access to an attractive Google Site featuring images, photos, pre-search activities - including an engaging music video on teen crime - and embedded bookmarked links.

Everything can be accessed by students from one link. The work has been done for you!

Access could not be any easier!

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This purchase includes the following additional resources:

Detailed Teacher’s Pacing Guide;

List of CCSS Standards for ELA and Literacy in Social Studies;

Two Motivating, High-Interest Pre-Search Activities;

Access to Symbaloo Webmix of over 50 bookmarked websites and juvenile justice resources;

Access to 11 videos for students to analyze as a different “source type;”

Digital Notecards and Source Citation Sheets;

MLA Source Citation Examples for Websites and Videos;

Research Requirement Sheets;

Guided Research Questions Handouts;

Two Final Project Options for Differentiation;

Teacher Project Rubrics for Both Projects.


From start to finish, this product provides a comprehensive research project accessible online - no copies, no hassle, and no extra work for the teacher!


Juvenile Justice Research: Teens Serving Time will provide you with a Google App compatible high-interest research project that will motivate and capture your students throughout the research process!

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Juvenile Justice Research is designed for grades 9th-12th can be used with English Language Arts or as a research project in Psychology or Sociology.


High school English teachers can utilize this research project to supplement a thematic unit on choices and consequences, as a springboard for the podcast Serial or to teach the research process to students while utilizing a high-interest topic.


Juvenile Justice Research can also provide a short-term research project to supplement their study of the following novels: In Cold Blood by Truman Capote, Monster by Walter Dean Myers or Tangerine by Edward Bloor.


Social Studies teachers can implement this research project to supplement a study on juvenile crime, the impact of incarceration, or to analyze the topic of school to prison pipelines.



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Teaching Duration
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Juvenile Justice Research:  Teens Serving Time
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Juvenile Justice Research:  Teens Serving Time