The newest module, and the first in a series, is one of the most exciting from the Prof. Muro store. An Introduction to the United States Supreme Court is an eye catching and stimulating presentation that will allow you to effortlessly introduce learners to the members of the United States Supreme Court, the history and architecture of the Court building, and many key terms relating to judicial proceedings. In addition, this chapter introduces the role of ideology and public support as it relates to the power of the Court and examines its strength as compared to the other branches of government.
Nearly every slide in this module contains current and active links to a wide variety of high-quality scholarly and journalistic resources that augment these concepts. The active links make it easy for Instructors to develop and engage students in examining and discussing the personalities on the Court, the scope and limitations of Court power, and the procedures of the Court of last resort.
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This important tool will assist you in not only introducing these concepts to students but will also allow them the opportunity to go into greater depth with the subject matter. Finally, many slides in this chapter are equipped with notes for Instructors designed to assist users in maximizing the potential of each slide. This saves you time and provides you with numerous ideas for developing classroom discussions or for creating new assignments for students to take home.
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