The U.S. Prison System
Unit S.M.A.R.T. Goal:
90% of students will be able to state the differences and similarities with different prison systems from around the world as well as know the pros and cons to these various systems.
Students will be test driving using Socrative.com and their own personal devices to answer Costa’s level 3 thinking questions that they developed last Thursday and discussed on Monday of this week. The point of this is that if I have to leave suddenly due to my wife being late in her pregnancy we wont have to rely on tedious busy work for students to do while I am away and can keep moving forward as a class.
Behavioral Norms (Student Developed):
- “Respect others opinions”- Selena (20 votes)
- “Staying on task” – Israel /Ally/Kenny ( 21 votes)
- “Only one person is allowed to talk at a time” – Charles (22 votes)
- “If you feel like you are going to lose control or getting irritated you need to let Mr. Tyler know and stand outside his door” – Tyler (23 votes)
Maximum Security; Prison; inmate; Caucasian Mountain Shepard
Task #1 – I want to collect all work that you did from Monday when I was gone.
Task #2 – Housekeeping – Lets take care of some minor things about the class and have a quick question period for students.
Task #3 – Please pass up your grade checks so I can fill them out.
Task #4 – Now we are going to test drive Socrative.com If you have had me as a teacher before I would appreciate you helping those who have never used Socrative.com before so they can learn how to figure it out.
Here are the instructions for using Socrative.com
1. Go to m.socrative.com
2. Room Name: A89559b4
3. Names : First name first initial of last name
Student Work Evidence:
Downloadable PDF File for today’s student work -> Period 1 – Criminal Behavior – Socrative Work – Analyzing Inmates from Wabash Correctional