1. Printed copy of seminar prep: Write "please grade" on top if you want me to average this with your seminar grade when you turn it in after your seminar.
2. Seminar + Trial Work Time
When you're not in seminar, here are your work time options:
*** See Helpful Resources on yesterday's blog post or on the Korematsu project page****
Direct Examination Lawyers of the three witnesses that are ready with their bios:
Other Lawyers: Read the **Report** and begin thinking about what your team's "theory/theme" of the case might be. What is your "thesis" if you will or the big picture argument your team is making overall to prove your side of the case.
**Final Report on Japanese Evacuation of West Coast (authored by Dewitt with contribution by Bendetson)**
Cross-Examination Lawyers: If you are cross examining one of the witnesses whose bio is ready, read his bio and his entry on the densho website and/or the bios students wrote that are linked below and do some preliminary research on what evidence you might be able to use against the witness. I also recommend you finish reading the Report (see above for the links)
Humanities 11 Teacher at Animas High School