Juvenile Criminal Offenders
Juvenile Offenders / Introduction to Organized Crime
Unit S.M.A.R.T. Goal:
Students will assist in determining the best legal course of action to help lower the juvenile re-incarceration rate.
- Students will be able to list and describe the common antecedents to juvenile criminal behavior.
- Students will be able to explain juvenile drug use patterns
*Lesson objective written with this downloadable guide -> Writing Learning Objectives Guide
Head to M.Socrative.com and go to room “A89559b4”
Results – *This year I am trying something new. I am downloading your warm ups individually to your Google files.
Task #1 –
After the warm up today we will be finish analyzing some trends in the following data. We are looking for three trends in each graph. If you were absent yesterday create a Google .doc titled “Period # – Your Name – Juvenile Offender Data Observations “.
Task #2 –
4 square exercise to analyze several film clips from the series “Scared Straight”. There is an example below of what a 4 square looks like. We will be putting this four square on the back of the piece of paper we already have.
Task #3 –
Today we are going to watch a documentary on the Los Zetas Cartel that is focused on a young man that joined them at a young age. Download, save, and share the Cornell Note Document below. You will be taking notes on the video as you watch it. We will be taking a quiz on this information at the beginning of class tomorrow.
Downloadable Assignment -> Cornell Notes – Los Zetas Cartel
There are two routes to be able to rewatch the video if need be or if you are absent today.
VIDEO WATCHING ROUTE #1
If the embedded video below does not work you can click on the video link below to go to a google doc folder that will allow you to download the video to your Chromebook and then watch it.
VIDEO LINK -> GOOGLE DRIVE – LOS ZETAS VIDEO
VIDEO WATCHING ROUTE #2
I embedded the video into the website below. You should be able to click on the video and have it play through the website.
TICKET OUT THE DOOR:
What level do you think we worked at today and why?