Lessons for Law

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  • Equal Protection Under the Law? - … speaker who will discuss laws that protect people. Students will compare the laws and modify them or create laws they feel could better … investigating reports of animal cruelty and abuse and the state laws that protect companion animals in Colorado. Ask the Investigator to … animal cruelty? How and why did these states enact these laws? EXTENSION ACTIVITY Have the students conduct a letter writing campaign …
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  • To Pray or Not to Pray? - … ;oblishment Clause of the First Amendment: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting of religion,, the … Exercise Clause of the First Amendment: "Congress shall make no law.., prohibiting the free exercise thereof..." This clause protects the right … . District Court Judge Henry T. Wingate ruled this law unconstitutional. He called the law vague because it did not define prayer or …
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  • Are All These Rules and Laws Really Necessary? - … process of inquiry and generalizing, the students can discover that laws, rules, and customs help blend members of families, residents of … important that students have knowledge, understanding, and appreciation of how laws help bring order into their life. GOAL To recognize that … result of this lesson students will: - recognize that families develop laws to maintain stability, or to provide safety and protection. - identify …
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  • Exercise Your Constitution: Constitutional Olympics for the Classroom - … , has adopted four constitutions since 1949. Before 1949, China had laws, but no single document whicl_ guaranteed fundamental rights. The Chinese … : ARTICLE 4: Men and women are equal before the law. The law shall protect the organization and development the offense which the … public safety or order requires otherwise as prescribed by law. Section 4. No law shall be passed abridging the freedom of speech …
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  • Teens on the Street - TEENS ON THE STREET PREPARATIONfMATERIALS: * * * * Handout of proposed law Copy of actual proposed law, if one exists Table plaques for mock city … the groups suggested by the students or: * Police Department - opposes law Possible arguments: 1) The proposed curfew requires too much time … their STUDENT HANDOUT #3 FAMILIES AGAINST SUPPORTS Possible 1) VIOLENCE LAW Arguments' Parents and students believe that the curfew would help …
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  • Early Americans - Their Culture And Law - … Memphis Memphis, City School Tennessee Catalog AMERICANS - THEIR CULTURE AND LAW Teachers ABSTRACT: The student will use information about early Indian … ' or1ttleLaw and th_'C,m._titl_tlon[-_'" C_'._lter RexearchandDevelopmentin Law-RelatedEdut',itltm _J fi_r formation obtained Pgace Society from a … preside; The National Reposirol3, for Teacher-Developed Lessons on the Law and the Constitution Center for Research and Development i_lLaw-Related …
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  • Lessons From The Aba That Pertain To Guns, Violence Police, and / Or The Media - … changes that might make the neighborhood safer. UPDATE ON LAW-RELATED EDUCATION/Law, Governance, and School Violence VOL. 19 NO. 2 Student … , and mentoring prosocial training, conill_ctmediation, anger . - 32 UPDATE ON LAW-RELATED EDUCATION/Law, manage- 7_._:;._ ,:.".,:_. "_':'. :'>' _be aware of … , friends, Student Handout 3 and Distribute andthecommunity. UPDATE ON LAW-RELATED EDUCATION/Law, Governance, and School Violence VOL. 19 NO. 2 .- Student …
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  • Law and Order (includes BLM Making Laws and Taking Consequences) - … ?” “What are some of the different kinds of law officers?” “What duties do law officers have?” “What happens to people who don’t obey the law?” B. Duties of Law Officers 1. Write the word “laws” at the top of the chalkboard … . List the new law. Write why the law is needed. List consequences for breaking the law. New law: ____ Why is the law needed? ____ ____ What are the consequences of breaking the law? ____ ____ …
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  • When Push Comes to Shove - … sessions Overview: Force and Motion. This lesson explores Newton’s Laws of Motion, including how mass, friction and inertia affect force … able to: • Plan and conduct investigations that explore Newton’s Laws of Motion. • Identify the concepts involved in force and motion … PowerPoint presentation showing what they have learned about Newton’s Laws of Motion. They should include graphics to demonstrate how each …
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  • Let's Journey with a Law - … Learning Objectives The student will be able to: • explain why laws are important and how they help Americans • identify the steps … the first learning activity. E43 Let’s Journey with a Law • Make copies of each worksheet for each student. • For culminating … classroom behavior or school behavior they have that they think laws should be made to improve? (Record answers on chart paper … /President” to consider. Have students share the bills that became laws with the Principal and other classes. 3. Ask students to …
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