Monday, December 8, 2014

Tuesday, December 9. 2014

Today's schedule is C-AG-D-A-B
C & A Blocks Social Studies 10 - Today we'll continue with our 'Ole Bill Coot storyboarding / cartoon assignment. The due date for this assignment is next Monday (December 15th). You should use the webpages from Friday's blog entry as well as your textbook for information to help. Don't forget there needs to be swashbucklin', claim jumpin', horse wrastlin', saloon drinkin', bar fightin', gun slingin', ladies dancin', and rootin tootin old timey western action in your cartoon. Here's an example of a western themed storyboard from the Advanced Computing Center of Arts and Design at the OSU.

D Block Law 9/10 - This is it...the last day for research or compilation. We have the library booked in order to continue work on our serial killer research activity which is due this Friday in class. If you have completed the research for this assignment then you can print off your work and start to assemble your poster. Either way...this is it so use your time wisely

B Block Law 12 - Today and tomorrow we'll finish our look at Criminal Law by shifting into sentencing. We'll look at the objectives of sentencing (deterrence, retribution, rehabilitation, re socialization, and segregation). You will need to answer the following questions:

  1. Define: absolute discharge, conditional discharge, probation, mitigating circumstances, aggravating circumstances, suspended sentence, concurrent sentence, consecutive sentence, intermittent sentence, indeterminate sentence, parole, day parole, statutory release, pardon, restorative justice, sentencing circle, closed custody, and open custody
  2. Questions: page 298 Review Your Understanding questions 2 & 3; page 301 Review Your Understanding question 1; page 309 Review Your Understanding question 5; page 314 Review Your Understanding question 1; and page 315 Review Your Understanding questions 1, 2, and 3
We'll be finished our Criminal Law unit tomorrow and then later this week we'll begin looking at Civil Law and Civil procedures. I'll have your final project ready for you by no later than next Monday. You'll have a Criminal Law quiz this Friday. The questions from today are due by the end of tomorrow's class

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