Introduction to Juvenile Justice
Unit S.M.A.R.T. Goal:
Students will be able to recognize the antecedents to juvenile criminal behavior.
- Students be able to explain how Strain Theory is the leading impact in Juvenile Offenders lives.
*Lesson objective written with this downloadable guide -> Writing Learning Objectives Guide
Class Google File:
Head over to B.Socrative.com room number “A89559b4”.
Results -> *Sent to your Google file*
Yesterday was the last day to finish your prison designs and submit them. Directions are listed below in case you still need to finish during today’s lesson. Today is the last day to turn in this project.
Use the following format for the slides:
Slide 1 – Title: MY PRISON DESIGN (Put your name here too)
Slide 2 – Title: FRONT SIDE (Insert screen shot below this title)
Slide 3 – Title: TOP SIDE
Slide 4 – Title: BACK SIDE
Slide 5 – Title: LEFT SIDE
Slide 6 – Title: RIGHT SIDE
Slide 7 – Title: SCREENSHOT OF MY CHOICE
Slide 8 – Title: MY DESIGN REASONING (one paragraph explaining the design of your prison
Slide 9 – Title: PROS / CONS (use the dual column layout in Google slides and list the pros and cons with your design)
If you don’t know how to screen shot on a Chromebook here is how you do it:
Before we begin looking at the Juvenile Justice unit we are going to take a look at an example of Strain Theory. Specifically at life on Minimum Wage. Download, save, and share the file below to MrTylersLessons@gmail.com
Assignment -> Period # – Your Name – 30 Days on Minimum Wage
Once we are done getting familiar with this situation we are going to download, save, and share the file below to MrTylersLessons@gmail.com This file contains discussion questions for you to answer. Answer them in complete sentences with evidence. Don’t forget to re title the work correctly “Period # – Your Name – Assignment”
Assignment -> 30-days-on-minimum-wage-discussion-questions
We are going to write three Costa’s questions concerning Strain Theory before we wrap up for the day.
PDF Guide -> Mr. Tylers Guide to Writing a Level 3 Costa Question
TICKET OUT THE DOOR:
What level do you think we worked at today and why?