Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Today's schedule is B-A-Assembly-Lunch-D-C

B - Geography 12 - Today we are in the library for a quick project on Mass Wasting. We'll be in the library for three days this week (Today, Thursday, and Friday). The assignment is below and is also in the K Drive here at school in the Mr A. Young folder (K/Mr. A. Young/Geography12)

A - Social Studies 11 - Today with Mr. Jones you'll be writing a 1920's and 1930's unit final test.

D - Law 12 - Today we will watch a video about the recreation of the Stanley Milgram experiment. This relates to the Shepardsville, Kentucky McDonald's sexual assault case and legal duty as a criminal law defence. After you'll finish up your review of the Lyn Lavallee case (see yesterday's blog notes). The final activity we'll work on is the cartoon activity on criminal law defences:
Create a comic strip that shows and explains five (5) separate criminal law defences (alibi, self-defence, legal duty, excusable conduct, mental disorder, intoxication, automatism, consent, entrapment, mistake of fact, and double jeopardy). You will need to show the person committing the crime (choose a crime out of the Criminal Codes that I have in the class) and then you need to show how that person could defend themselves in a court of law.

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