Periods 2,3 – Criminal Behavior Lesson Plan (9-10-2015)

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Student Persuasive Essays on Prison System Methodologies


Prison Systems

Unit S.M.A.R.T. Goal:

Students will be able to recognize the different correctional methodologies prisons around the world use when attempting to modify inmate behavior and formulate solutions to the weaknesses they identify in each system.

Today’s Objective:

Students will explain, in their own words, what the purpose and direction of a prison system should be. This will be followed by them applying their introductory level knowledge and evaluating the information in an essay to address how prisons across multiple nations are run and to what degree they are successful. Lastly, students will appraise what they have learned and state how they believe prisons should be run in order to be more successful in rehabilitating criminal behavior.

*Lesson objective written with this downloadable guide -> Writing Learning Objectives Guide


Step #1 – Come in, grab a chrome book, and login.

Step #2 – Download the formated blank document below and begin as soon as you are able.

Downloadable Word Doc -> Criminal Behavior – Prison Essay Blank Form

Step #3 – In the back of the room is the rest of your prison work and your reference notebooks. You are welcome to utilize these when writing if you need them.

Step #4  – Once you are done writing your essay send it to me in google docs to the following address:

Note – If you do not finish turn in what you have accomplished during class. There will be a large digital countdown clock on the front screen in order to help you plan your time accordingly .

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