Period 2 – Mock Trial Lessons Plans (1-29-2016)

Period 2 - Mock TrialTopic:

Columbia vs Chris Archer – Day 9

Unit:

Columbia v Chris Archer

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

Students will be able to argue the case of Columbia v Chris Archer in the correct trial steps order with 90% accuracy.

*Unit S.M.A.R.T. Goal written with this downloadable guide -> SmartGoals Template for Educators

Today’s Objective(s):

Students are going to again take a step aside today to take a mental break from the case of Columbia v. Chris Archer and focus on how juries go about deliberating a case.

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

Vocabulary:

Court 

Agenda:

Warm Up:

Go to m.socrative.com and enter room number “A89559b4”.

Results -> Mock Trial Warm Up Results (1-29-2016)

Task #1

If you were absent the last couple days download the Cornell Notes template below, save it as google docs, and share to MrTylersLessons@gmail.com

Downloadable file -> Cornell Notes Template

Task #2 

We are now going to finish  looking at some video clips from the film “12 Angry Men” to look at how juries tend to act. We need to make sure all mock trial members know how much emotions play a roll in trial.

MOCK TRIAL STEPS AND SKILLS RESOURCES:

Mock Trial Skill – Cross Examination (V1)

Mock Trial Skill – Cross Examination (V2)

Mock Trial Skill – Direct Examination (v1)

Mock Trial Skill – Direct Examination (V2)

Mock Trial Skill – Giving Opening Argument (V1)

Mock Trial Skill – Giving Opening Argument (v2)

Objections Cheat Sheet (V1)

objections Cheat Sheet (V2)

Steps in a Jury Trial

Ticket Out the Door:

Webb’s Depth of Knowledge Simplified

Webbs Depth of Knowledge Simplified

SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENT: 

Period 3 – Criminal Behavior Lesson Plans (1-29-2016)

Criminal Behavior HeaderTopic:

Introduction to Stalking

Unit:

Stalking

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

Students will be able to identify types of stalkers in 3 of 4 trials with 85% accuracy.

Today’s Objective:

Students will be identifying the type of stalker that was involved in the cases of Charles “Lee” Redmond/Nicole and Colleen/ Walter.

Vocabulary:

Stalking

Agenda:

Warm Up:

Go to m.socrative.com and enter room number “A89559b4”.

Results -> Criminal Behavior Warm Up (1-29-2016)

Task #1 –

Turn in your analysis and diagnosis essays about Norman Bates if you have a physical one.

Task #2 –

Introduction to CyberStalking.

Task #3 –

Short clip about CyberStalking.

Task #4 –

Just so you understand the severity of the issue take a look at the map below.

Cyber Stalking incidents by State

Task #5 –

We will be using the information below to help analyze what types of stalkers Nicole and Walter were. Lets talk about this information briefly in order to clarify any confusing areas.

Different Types of Stalkers

Task #6 –

Now we will be looking at the real stalking case of Charles “Lee” Redmond.

Here is a link with more information on this case if your curious -> FindAGrave.com – Charles Redmond

Download and save the file below for this step. Make sure to share it to MrTylersLessons@gmail.com so you get credit for your work.

Downloadable Doc -> Stalking Case Analysis Form – Charles Redmond

On this case I will help you with any problems you may have. Once we are ready we will look at the next stalking case of Colleen v Walter, but this time you will be on your own completely.

Task #7 –

The next case is that of Colleen v Walter. Once again download, save, and share the file below. Make sure to share to MrTylersLessons@gmail.com for credit!

Downloadable Doc -> Stalking Case Analysis Form – Colleen

Ticket Out the Door:

Period 2 – Mock Trial Lesson Plans (1-28-2016)

Period 2 - Mock TrialTopic:

Columbia vs Chris Archer – Day 8

Unit:

Columbia v Chris Archer

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

Students will be able to argue the case of Columbia v Chris Archer in the correct trial steps order with 90% accuracy.

*Unit S.M.A.R.T. Goal written with this downloadable guide -> SmartGoals Template for Educators

Today’s Objective(s):

Students are going to again take a step aside today to take a mental break from the case of Columbia v. Chris Archer and focus on how juries go about deliberating a case.

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

Vocabulary:

Court 

Agenda:

Warm Up:

Go to m.socrative.com and enter room number “A89559b4”.

Results -> Period 2- Mock Trial Warm Up Results (1-28-2016)

Task #1

Download the Cornell Notes template below, save it as google docs, and share to MrTylersLessons@gmail.com

Downloadable file -> Cornell Notes Template

Task #2 

We are now going to look at some video clips from the film “12 Angry Men” to look at how juries tend to act. We are trying to get a better grasp on how juries think and behave so that when we are arguing a case in court we know why being vocal and concise is so important.

MOCK TRIAL STEPS AND SKILLS RESOURCES:

Mock Trial Skill – Cross Examination (V1)

Mock Trial Skill – Cross Examination (V2)

Mock Trial Skill – Direct Examination (v1)

Mock Trial Skill – Direct Examination (V2)

Mock Trial Skill – Giving Opening Argument (V1)

Mock Trial Skill – Giving Opening Argument (v2)

Objections Cheat Sheet (V1)

objections Cheat Sheet (V2)

Steps in a Jury Trial

Ticket Out the Door: