Psychology Activities (Sociology): Juvenile Justice Research (Social Justice)

Psychology Activities (Sociology): Juvenile Justice Research (Social Justice)
Psychology Activities (Sociology): Juvenile Justice Research (Social Justice)
Psychology Activities (Sociology): Juvenile Justice Research (Social Justice)
Psychology Activities (Sociology): Juvenile Justice Research (Social Justice)
Psychology Activities (Sociology): Juvenile Justice Research (Social Justice)
Psychology Activities (Sociology): Juvenile Justice Research (Social Justice)
Psychology Activities (Sociology): Juvenile Justice Research (Social Justice)
Psychology Activities (Sociology): Juvenile Justice Research (Social Justice)
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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 a high-interest research into your High School Psychology or Sociology activity into your classroom!

This project includes research- ready resources. All materials are editable and can be adapted to meet your needs.

This purchase includes both Google Drive files and a pdf file of student handouts, research forms and source documentation sheets, digital note-taking cards, guided research questions and suggestions, student project description sheets, and teacher grading rubrics for the two research-based project options for students.

The Juvenile Justice Research Project also includes the following:

Access to an attractive new Google Juvenile Justice project site featuring images, photos, and pre-search activities - including an engaging music video on teen crime and embedded bookmarked links to specific juvenile justice related digital resources for research. Everything can be accessed by students from one link. The work has been done for you!

Access could not be any easier!

This project also includes the following resources:

Teacher’s Pacing Guide, CCSS applicable standards for ELA and Literacy in Social Studies and Teacher Notes;

Two Pre-Search Activities:

Students will watch an engaging animoto video and respond to a writing prompt based on the video and the topic of incarcerated teens.
The second pre-search activity includes a variety of quotes on teens in prison, innocence vs. guilt, the concepts of justice and accountability. Students will select a quote and respond. Both activities include student response handouts in google doc format and pdfs for printing (optional).

Students are provided access to a Symbaloo Webmix of over 50 bookmarked websites, documentaries, and resources on the topic of juvenile justice.
The digital resources include a total of 41 websites and 11 video documentaries on teens serving time and the issues and problems occurring within our juvenile justice system. This project requires students to not only analyze online sources but to also analyze video media as a different “source type.”

Research forms are included that can be used for any research task, including digital notecards and source citation handouts, and MLA source documentation examples for websites and videos.

After conducting research and saving relevant images, students will showcase their learning by either creating a research-based presentation using a free tool such as Google Slides, or they can create an infographic using the website Piktochart. Piktochart is a free website and is user-friendly. A tutorial video link on creating an infographic using the Piktochart is included.

Teacher Project Rubrics for a Juvenile Justice Slides Presentation and a Juvenile Justice Infographic are also included in your purchase.

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 is designed for grades 9th-12th.

Social Studies teachers (Psychology, Sociology, and Civics) can implement this research project to supplement a study on juvenile crime, the impact of incarceration on our youth, and as a supplementary activity on the topic of school to prison pipelines or as an example of current social justice issues.

This project includes a detailed implementation guide and teaching suggestions/tips.


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You can locate additional high-interest activities for High School Psychology and Sociology below:

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Landmark Supreme Court Cases that ROCKED Our World! Animoto in Social Studies


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