Students will review Unit 5 concepts in order to analyze Unit 5 multiple choice questions in a test. Agenda
Objective and Warm-Up INM: Vocabulary IP: Unit 5 Exam IP: Classwork Assignment Agenda
Agenda Vocabulary Review Equal Protection Under the Law Vocabulary Review Structure and Organization of Congress Students’ Rights Structure and Judicial Review Structure and Judicial Review Civil v. Criminal Cases Rights of the Accused and Due Process
Judicial Branch Overview Judicial Branch interprets laws. Court systems at local, state and national level. Two Categories of Law: Criminal and Civil We studied 8 major Supreme Court cases about structure of government and people’s rights.
When you are finished you may read a book, or begin the section 12-2 worksheet from your book. Damages Student’s Rights Plea Bargain Prosecution Torts Plaintiff Tinker v. Des Moines Criminal Law Civil Law Petit Jury 1stAmendment Grand Jury and Indictment Breach of Contract NJ v. TLO 4th Amendment Double Jeopardy Brown v. Board of Education Miranda v. Arizona 6th Amendment Equal Protection 5th Amendment 14th Amendment Impartial Jury Due Process Plessy v. Ferguson Rights of Accused Gideon v. Wainwright
Independent Practice During the test there is to be no talking, electronic devices or other materials. Any infractions will results in lose of the entire test grade.
You must keep your exam for a minimum of 45 minutes. I will not collect the exam before that time. When you finish your exam. Please turn it over. I will come to you and give you the class work. There is no talking, electronic devices after the exam. I will give you a zero, if you do not follow these instructions.
HOMEWORK We are moving back to daily homework. Please define all of the vocabulary below. Make flashcards or list them on lined paper. Some words are in the book. Some are not. Homework is due next time we meet. There will be no late work accepted.