Escalation of Stalking behavior
Unit S.M.A.R.T. Goal:
Students will be able to identify types of stalkers in 3 of 4 trials with 85% accuracy.
Students will be applying their introductory level knowledge to a new stalking case in order to analzye behavior escalation and identify which type of stalker they believe Walter to be.
Task #1 – On the board today are the units in the order that I last taught them. Before we start class today I would like you to list the units in the order that you would like to learn them so I can see if they need to be changed or added to.
Task #2 – While we are surveying I would like to ask you about if you would be interested in participation tickets for rewards such as homework passes.
Task #3 – After we have that taken care of this we will be adding to our stalker information in the form of a behavior escalation chart. This chart will be put into your reference notebook.
Downloadable PDF -> Stalker Behavior Escalation Chart Notes
Task #4 – At this point we are going to look at the stalking case of Coleen v Walter.
Ticket Out the Door
What stage do you believe Walter reached? Why? What evidence do you have to support your claim? What type of stalker do you believe Walter to be?
Ticket Out the Door Results:
Additional Student Resources
Downloadable PDF -> Stalking – A Handbook