1. Begin preparing for the final SFoC seminar: Deconstruct themes in literature in order to become a more enlightened and insightful individual!!
2. Continue mock trial work! Stay on track with your team requirements.
1. 1st block: trial work
2. 2nd Block: Review individual seminar prep guidelines and begin working on it.
JUDGES: Complete Step 1 by end of class tomorrow--> Share the google doc with me for the mock trial schedule.
HMWK WITNESSES: Finish 1 of your witness testimony/bio by Monday
HMWK ALL: individual seminar prep. Due Tuesday.
1. Keep crankin' on mock trial prep!
2. Create insightful commentaries on themes in SFoC
Watch the cross-examination scene from Amistad and identify an example of leading questions by the lawyer
Mock Trial Prep time and Seminar Prep
1. Understand your requirements for the mock trial
1. Go to the Korematsu project page and find the mock trial student resources google doc folder. Check out the various roles' folders. Lawyers, this is where you can snoop on the other team's witnesses. All students, this is where you can get electronic copies should you lose a hard copy. In your google doc, give me one piece of feedback for how I could better organize the mock trial folder and/or the project resources in general on my dp.
2. Take the yearbook survey on winter sports: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/77ZSKZK
2. Trial PPT
3. Get into teams and begin orienting yourself to your team's requirements and folder contents
Mock Trial Roles
Instructions for Quiz Corrections for SFoC chapters 16-32
DUE: MONDAY, 12/9
Rewrite the answers to all the questions you got either completely wrong or partially wrong. You can earn back 1/2 the points you missed on the quiz. Ex: If you got a 36/46, you could earn back 5 points to get a 41/46. Please type your answers, print them out and STAPLE them to your original quiz. Make sure to number them correctly so they align with the # and section on the quiz.
1. Get acquainted with the justice system
2. Prepare for the final seminar on SFoC
1. Guest lecture by Paul Padilla (Attorney) and Judge Martha Minot:
8:15-9:15; 1:10-2:10 Paul Padilla's Powerpoint
2. Assign groups' chapters of the book and begin SFoC Group Seminar Prep
How was your Thanksgiving? Share some highlights in small groups.
1. For those in my afternoon class last week, get back into your groups for the Theme Response activity and write or revise your paragraph synthesis of your theme.
2. Review the second half of the novel from chapter 16 on:
3. Final quiz on chapter 16-end of novel
4. If time, review the answers from the quiz
5. Introduce Korematsu v. U.S. (1944) trial and possible roles:
6. Ashley reads description of the trial roles and witnesses and if time, y'all complete the homework in class.
Fill out the trial role selection handout with your top three preferences.
Humanities 11 Teacher at Animas High School