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  1. 1. No Opener/workbooks this week 1) Please take out a sheet of paper (continue on the back of Monday’s) What you will be able to do: 1) How can we reduce crime in America? Reminder (HW for block day): 1) Find 4 sources (8 pages) for your research paper ( read , highlight , validate slips ) Starter Link: http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/ Clip: 1: 32.50
  2. 2. Websearch : a) Checkout Any Suggested Sources : Start here! b) “” -WORD : and use adv search tools c) Filetype:PDF : Limiting to PDF is a semi screen d) News Sources : NY Times, Wall Street Journal, NPR, YouTube, LA Times, CNN, Sacramento Bee, SJ Mercury, Time, Newsweek, Atlantic Monthly, New Republic, National Review e) Wikipedia : Use footnotes, read text cautiously f) MV and Library Databases : Sparse, trustworthy g) Google Scholar : Sparse but quick, worth tryin h) Always seek and adjust for perspective : Be aware of and incorporate various viewpoints NEVER USE A SOURCE YOU PREDICT WILL BE LOW VALIDITY ON THE SLIPS!
  3. 3. Sheet Title “Newark APA Notes” 1) Copy: Levin, Marc. (2009). Brick City. Bethpage, NY: Sundance. 2-X) Draw a T Chart: Notes (Levin, 2009) Class Discussion From show, pick out 2-X) Write down your quotes, ideas, or facts partner’s answer that will support your (include their name). response to the essay prompt. At the very end , write the in text citation format: (Levin, 2009). Essay Topic: How can we reduce crime in America? (100 Points - Due Block 10/06-10/07)
  4. 4. Sheet Title “Gangs APA Notes” 1) Copy: Ling, Lisa. (2007). L.A. Gang Wars. Wash-ington, DC: National Geographic. 2-X) Draw a T Chart: Notes (Ling, 2007) Class Discussion From show, pick out 2-X) Write down your quotes, ideas, or facts partner’s answer that will support your (include their name). response to the essay prompt. At the very end , write the in text citation format: (Ling, 2007). Essay Topic: How can we reduce crime in America? (100 Points - Due Block 10/06-10/07)
  5. 5. Sheet Title “Juvenile Crime APA Notes” 1) Copy: Bloomstein, Rex. (2001). Inside Story - Kids Behind Bars. New York: A&E. 2-X) Draw a T Chart: Notes (Bloomstein, 2001) Class Discussion From show, pick out 2-X) Write down your quotes, ideas, or facts partner’s answer that will support your (include their name). response to the essay prompt. At the very end , write the in text citation format: (Bloomstein, 2001). Essay Topic: How can we reduce crime in America? (100 Points - Due Block 10/06-10/07)
  6. 6. Sheet Title “Crime Psychology APA Notes” 1) Copy: Stone, Michael. (2008). Secrets of Murder. Silver Spring, MD: Discovery. 2-X) Draw a T Chart: Notes (Stone, 2008) Class Discussion From show, pick out 2-X) Write down your quotes, ideas, or facts partner’s answer that will support your (include their name). response to the essay prompt. At the very end , write the in text citation format: (Stone, 2008). Essay Topic: How can we reduce crime in America? (100 Points - Due Block 10/06-10/07)
  7. 7. Sheet Title “Death Penalty APA Notes” 1) Copy: Lylon, Rachel. (2007). Race to Execution. Bookline, MA: Lioness Media. 2-X) Draw a T Chart: Notes (Lylon, 2007) Class Discussion From show, pick out 2-X) Write down your quotes, ideas, or facts partner’s answer that will support your (include their name). response to the essay prompt. At the very end , write the in text citation format: (Lyon, 2007). Essay Topic: How can we reduce crime in America? (100 Points - Due Block 10/06-10/07)
  8. 8. POLICY PROPOSAL 1) Proposal Summary (Introduction) 2) Background (Define the problem) 3) Evaluation of Existing Policy AND Alternative Policies (Why rejected) 4) Recommended Action AND Rationale 5) Likely Outcomes (Conclusion)
  9. 10. On a Separate Page : Outline Attack the question and write a 4 section outline: Question: How can we reduce crime in America? Format: 1: Thesis 2: Background 3: Alternatives 4: Recommendation 1) Thesis: Your answer to the question. 2) Point 1: Background (Define problem-urgency) a-?) List 3+ sub points 3) Point 2: Alternatives (Why reject these ideas) a-?) List 3+ sub points 4) Point 3: Recommendation (Your ideas-why) a-?) List 3+ sub points Later, copy+paste outline on rough d
  10. 11. Name Period Outline 1) Thesis: Police need more technology. 2) Point 1: Crime is increasing a) Statistics on crime b) Trends on crime 3) Point 2: Increase community programs a-?) Not child partic, too expensive 4) Point 3: Technology a-?) Efficient, accurate
  11. 12. On a Separate Page : APA Source Notes 1) Write down the APA reference citation page format for your each of your sources under 1) . Example: Author's last name, First initial. (Year). Title of book. City of publication: Publisher’s Name. Or for net: Author’s last name, First initial. (Pub. Year, Month Day). Content title. Retrieved from Host Name: URL. OMIT MISSING INFO, USE CITEBUILDER FROM CLASS WEB. 2-10+) From your sources, pick out total 9+ quotes , ideas , or facts that will support any one of your topic sentence point or sub points . FOR EACH , write the in text citation format: (Author's Last Name, Pub Year, Page Number) or for net: (“Short title for web content comma”) . Place in text citation by every quote/idea/fact.
  12. 14. EXAMPLE: APA Source Notes (each list on new pape) LIST 1-REFERENCE/WORKS CITED PAGE 1) Levin, Marc. (2009). Brick City. Bethpage, NY: Sundance. Bloomstein, Rex. (2001). Inside Story - Kids Behind Bars. New York: A&E Ling, Lisa. (2007). L.A. Gang Wars. Wash-ington, DC: National Geographic. Stone, Michael. (2008). Secrets of Murder. Silver Spring, MD: Discovery. LIST 2-9+QUOTES, FACTS, IDEAS 1) Booker hires new police chief, increases police, after school programs, starts reward tip line, installs cameras, and inspires ppl to make a change. (Levin, 2009). 2) 3000 die yearly in LA gang wars (Ling, 2007).
  13. 15. 1) Your OUTLINE and 2 NOTES LISTS ( List 1 : Works Cited Page, use Citation Builder + List 2 : 9+ List of Quotes/Facts/Ideas) are turned in as separate sheets. 2) When done, down load Essay Template from: govandlaw.org/mvhs 3) Once outline and 2 notes lists are done, copy/paste both the outline , list of quotes , and works cited over to your rough draft , and get Chiang to check you off .
  14. 16. On a Separate Page : Rough Draft Attack the question and write a 4 section outline: Question: How can we reduce crime in America? 1) Introduction: Thesis (first) and Summary. 2) Point 1: Background (Define problem-urgency) Present your 3+ sub points backed w. citations. 3) Point 2: Alternatives (Why reject these ideas) Present your 3+ sub points backed w. citations 4) Point 3: Recommendation (Your ideas-why) Present your 3+ sub points backed w. citations 5) Conclusion: Likely Outcome Summary of the future if ppl do as you say. 6) End with your Reference Page by copying APA citations from your notes.
  15. 17. EXAMPLE: DOWNLOAD APA ESSAY TEMPLATE! Introduction: Thesis (first) and Summary. Background (Point 1) Present your 3+ sub points backed w. citations. Alternatives (Point 2) Present your 3+ sub points backed w. citations Recommendation (Point 3) Present your 3+ sub points backed w. citations Conclusion: Likely Outcome Summary of the future if ppl do as you say. Reference Page by copying APA citations from your notes. TIP: 1) Use & flush out your outline as a way to write your rough draft. 2) Copy + paste quotes when they support your ideas. Explain how they support.
  16. 18. On a the Rough Draft : Rough Draft Peer Edits Peer Edit: Write comments, questions, grammar fixes on the essay itself. Question: How can we reduce crime in America? 1) Write peer editor on cover sheet. 2) Peer edit each other. 3) Read their comments 4) Staple everything to the cover sheet in order shown on coversheet ready to turn-in. (If packet too thick, staple 4+ sources separate) Be ready to present your proposals to the class.
  17. 19. <ul><li>Legal Procedures </li></ul><ul><li>1) Roles in the Criminal Process (this is your procedural DP-states must give thanks to 14th): </li></ul><ul><li>Investigation </li></ul><ul><li>Warrant </li></ul><ul><li>Arrest </li></ul><ul><li>Bail (possibly) </li></ul><ul><li>5) Preliminary Hearing or Grand Jury </li></ul><ul><li>6) Indictment </li></ul><ul><li>7) Plea Bargain (possibly) </li></ul><ul><li>8) Jurisdiction Hearing/Trial </li></ul><ul><li>9) Dispositional Hearing/Sentencing </li></ul><ul><li>10) Appeal? </li></ul>
  18. 20. Court System Criminal appeals focus on debates over the meaning/constitutionality of laws OR violation of procedural due process. CA Supreme Court CA Court of Appeals CA Superior Ccourt US Supreme Court US Circuit Court US Dist. Court
  19. 21. Criminal System You control the criminal system if you vote! Superior Court Judges DA Police Voters Directly Voters Directly City Council Voters State Laws State Legis. Voters
  20. 22. Criminal System You control the criminal system if you vote! Superior Court Judges DA Sheriffs Voters Directly Voters Directly Board of Supervisors Voters State Laws State Legis. Voters
  21. 50. Newark Public Schools: Average SAT Score: 769 (out of 2400) Average ACT Score: 16 (out of 36) 8% Take AP Test 20% score above a 3 (up from 13%)
  22. 51. Garry McCarthy Cory Booker

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