Period 1 – Criminal Behavior Lesson Plan (5-29-2015)

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Topic:

Burglary – Theft Act 1968

Unit:

Burglary

Today’s Objective:

Today students will understand the fundamentals of burglary law and then practice analyzing real crime footage from security cameras.

Agenda:

Task #1 – First we will be going through some basics of burglary and tresspassing law.

Downloadable PDF -> Burglary

Task#2 – Grab a piece of copy paper and set up a chart for today like the one below.

Burglary Graph (5-29-2015)

Task #3 – Now we will be looking at security footage clips and analyzing aspects of the crime being attempted, committed, or intended as well as homeowner behavior using the chart.

Period 3 – U.S. History Lesson Plan (5-29-2015)

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Surrogate Wars of the Cold War: Korea & Vietnam

Unit:

The Cold War

Today’s Objective:

Students will compare and contrast the two primary conflicts of the United States and the U.S.S.R.

Agenda:

Task #1 – We will need to spend the beginning of the class wrapping up our assignment from yesterday.

Downloadable PDF -> Cold War – Reading the Primary Documents Actvity Questions

Downloadable PDF -> Cold War Primary Documents (unabridged)

Downloadable PDF -> Cold War Class Discussion Questions

Task #2 – Grab a piece of paper and fold it hotdog style. On the left side lable it Korean War (1949-1953) and on the right side label it Vietnam War (1954-1968). We will be spending 45 minutes on each conflict. What are the similarities in these conflicts will be our primary focus.

Homework:

Don’t forget to go to m.socrative.com (room: a89559b4) and take your World War II exam. You have till this Sunday (5-31-2015) to do it.

Period 1 – Criminal Behavior Lesson Plan (5-28-2015)

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Topic:

European Organized Auto Theft

Unit:

Auto Theft

Today’s Objective:

Today students will analyze how European auto theft differs from what we see in the United States.

Agenda:

Task #1 – Today we will be analyzing how European Auto Crime is different from what is seen in the United States.

Task #2 – Prepare a Cornell Note paper.

Task #3 – We are going to see a short documentary on how automobile crime in Europe has become more focused on high end cars for export or stripped for parts as well as how, due to effective auto theft prevention technology and tactics, the act of stealing an automobile has become more violent.

Homework:

Having learned about how automobile crime is different in Europe. What are some ideas for what law enforcement could do to answer their question of how to lower high end car theft.