Period 2 – Mock Trial Lesson Plan (4-28-2017)

Period 2 - Mock TrialTopic:

7th Round Case Prep

Case #1 – Elyse Roberts v DC

Case #2 – Jones v Metro City

Unit:

Seventh Official Mock Trial Rounds

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

Students will be able to conduct to 90% 2 of 3 rounds of a mock trial with no coaching intervention.

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

Today’s Objective(s):

  • Students will revisit the impact that law makes on society and how societies make laws.
  • Students will understand that there are events outside of the court’s control that happen in the courtroom.

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

Mock Trial Google File & Resources:

Resources -> Mock Trial Google Drive Link 

Practice Objections Game -> Objection ! Your Honor !

Practice Trial Game -> MAKING YOUR CASE

Agenda:

Warm Up:

*no warm up today*

Announcement:

If you never turned in your GAFE internet usage form, that was handed out during first period before break, your account is still locked out. You need to go to the front office before school, during lunch, or after school to get another copy of the form, fill it out, and send it in. You are also welcome to download, print, and send in a copy using the link below->

GAFE (ENGLISH) -> SUSD GAFE FORM (English)

GAFE (SPANISH)->  SUSD GAFE FORM (Spanish)

Task #1 (Reference Material Revisit)

Case #1 – Elyse Roberts v DC

Case File -> Elyse Roberts v DC

Video Clip -> What is Sexual Harassment? 

Case #2 – Jones v Metro City

Case File -> Jones v Metro City

Video Clip -> Example: Flint Michigan Water Crisis

Task #2

Due to Prom being tomorrow and low attendance today I want to use today to revisit the foundations of law, its impact on society, how society determines what should be law, the odd events that happen in court, and odd laws that have been created in society. I have posted links below to the videos that will supplement today’s lesson.

Supplementary Video -> The 10 Most Influential Cases

Supplementary Video -> The 10 Laws You Have Broken and Didn’t Realize

Supplementary Video -> The 10 Craziest Laws in the United States

Supplementary Video -> The 10 Longest Prison Sentences

Supplementary Video -> 20 Outrageous Courtroom Moments

Supplementary Video -> 10 of the Most Ridiculous Lawsuits

Period 3 – Criminal Behavior Lesson Plan (4-28-2017)

Criminal Behavior HeaderTopic:

Mass Shootings

Unit:

Serial Killers

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

  1. Students will be able to behaviorally analyze a killer without teacher’s assistance with 80% accuracy in 4 of 5 trials by completion of the unit.
  2. Articulate the prevalence and patterns of forms of serial homicide over time.
  3. Apply and contrast the main criminological theories used to explain serial homicide and speak to the respective empirical validity of each as applied to this rare form of criminal offending.
  4. Articulate the strategies of investigation and crime scene analysis used in the used in the investigation and prosecution of serial offenders.

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

Today’s Objective:

Students will document and analyze mass shooting incidents.

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

Vocabulary:

One-on-One Murder, Modus-Operandi, signature, characteristics

Online Resources for Today:

Introduction to Serial Killer Analysis (V2)

Mr. Tyler’s Google Criminal Behavior Student Toolbox 

Agenda:

Warm Up:

1.What similarities  are you seeing between Kip and Seung?

2.What precursors could be seen in both these tragic events?

Task #1 – Analyzing Mass Shooting Behavior 

We are going to look at several cases of mass shootings that have taken place in America.

Directions:

Get out your Cornell Notes.

If you were absent yesterday, Title it – “Mass Shootings in America”, Essential Question – “What causes a person to commit an act such as this?”

The third event we are going to look at is the shooting in Aurora, Colorado.

Supplementary Video Link – > The Batman Shootings 

Period 4 – Criminal Behavior Lesson Plan (4-28-2017)

Criminal Behavior HeaderTopic:

Mass Shootings

Unit:

Serial Killers

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

  1. Students will be able to behaviorally analyze a killer without teacher’s assistance with 80% accuracy in 4 of 5 trials by completion of the unit.
  2. Articulate the prevalence and patterns of forms of serial homicide over time.
  3. Apply and contrast the main criminological theories used to explain serial homicide and speak to the respective empirical validity of each as applied to this rare form of criminal offending.
  4. Articulate the strategies of investigation and crime scene analysis used in the used in the investigation and prosecution of serial offenders.

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

Today’s Objective:

Students will document and analyze mass shooting incidents.

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

Vocabulary:

One-on-One Murder, Modus-Operandi, signature, characteristics

Online Resources for Today:

Introduction to Serial Killer Analysis (V2)

Mr. Tyler’s Google Criminal Behavior Student Toolbox 

Agenda:

Warm Up:

1.What similarities  are you seeing between Kip and Seung?

2.What precursors could be seen in both these tragic events?

Task #1 – Analyzing Mass Shooting Behavior 

We are going to look at several cases of mass shootings that have taken place in America.

Directions:

Get out your Cornell Notes.

If you were absent yesterday, Title it – “Mass Shootings in America”, Essential Question – “What causes a person to commit an act such as this?”

The third event we are going to look at is the shooting in Aurora, Colorado.

Supplementary Video Link – > The Batman Shootings