Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Thursday, October 22. 2014

Today's schedule is D-AG-C-B-A

D Block Criminology 12 - Today we'll wrap up our introduction to violence with a few more Bugs Bunny Cartoons. Yesterday we watched Bully for Bugs and Rabbit Seasoning. Today we'll see For Scentimental Reasons; Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2th Century and lastly The Ducksters. Criminal Harassment (Stalking), Sexual Assault, Assault, Attempted Murder, Aggravated Assault (torture), and Unlawful Confinement are just a few of the crimes in these cartoons...all violent crimes. I'd then like to give you a few notes on the question: Where does violence come from? We'll look at personal traits, ineffective families, evolutionary factors, exposure to violence, cultural values, substance abuse, and firearm availability. If there's time, we'll we'll discuss murder and homicide. We'll discuss the divisions of murder in Canada (1st and 2nd degree and manslaughter), the extent of murder in Canada, and murderous relations (acquaintance and stranger homicide).

C & A Blocks Social Studies 10 - Today we'll continue looking at the ethnic "diversity" of Canada in the 1800's. You'll need to finish your pie graph and flow map showing the percentage of the 1871 population who were: French, Irish, English, Scottish, or " Other" and where they came from. After this please complete questions 1 & 2 on page 56 of the Horizons text along with questions 2 & 5 on page 64 of the Horizons text.

B Block Law 12 - Today is your introductory unit final test in Law. Since you had a few days to prepare I am certain that you will do extra well on this test. You'll have as much time as you need for the test however it should only take 45-50 minutes to complete. When you're done you may finish yesterday's questions .

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