Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Thursday, May 19. 2016

Today's schedule is D-AG-C-B-A
I am off to Mount Saint Helens with our Geography class and you'll be left in the super capable hands of Mr. Errico today. Have fun!

D & B Blocks Social Studies 10 - Today you really need to finish any of the following work

• Questions 2, 4, and 5 on page 189 as well as the Apply It question 1 from the "Developing Historical Perspective" skill builder on pages 192-3 of the Horizons text. (Both blocks)
• Questions 1, 2, and 3 from page 180 of the Horizons text (D Block) or 1, 2 and 3 from page 173 (B Block).
• Which immigrant group was most influential in the development of British Columbia? Provide evidence from the textbook and consider the influence of each group on the economy, the culture and people's everyday lives (Both blocks).
• ‘Ole Bill Coot project (Both blocks)

C Block Law 12 - Today I have the library booked for you to begin your work on the major civil law project that is due in just one month from now. Including today you have twelve library blocks to finish this pressure really. And don't forget if you're choosing to do three cases with a video for your law "Better call Saul"

A Block Criminology 12 - Today I'll have you watch a Law & Order Criminal Intent episode called "Jones". From Wapedia...

In this episode, Detective Goren and Eames are investigating the death of a pretty, petite woman found drowned in her bathtub.

The detectives go to work, turning down a more high-profile case because this one looks interesting. Suddenly, they find themselves awash when a second victim is another petite woman found naked and washed up on shore just days apart. Goren quickly deduces she, too, was drowned in a bathtub. But the case turns out even bigger as a third body is found, with similar body type and strangled but not drowned. Later, a fourth woman is killed.

The investigation leads Goren and Eames to an abusive, cocaine-addicted lawyer. The connection is that the women were his clients and he also was taking them for a significant amount of money to help feed his gambling addictions. The detectives dig into the case, knowing that he has one more unknown victim remaining on his list. Since Goren and Eames are unable to get help from his wife, they race in a desperate attempt to save the potential victim.

Yesterday we looked at see how many points on the checklist the main bad dude has then let me know if you think he's a psychopath or not…The twenty traits assessed by the PCL-R score are:

1. glib and superficial charm
2. grandiose (exaggeratedly high) estimation of self
3. need for stimulation
4. pathological lying
5. cunning and manipulativeness
6. lack of remorse or guilt
7. shallow affect (superficial emotional responsiveness)
8. callousness and lack of empathy
9. parasitic lifestyle
10. poor behavioral controls
11. sexual promiscuity
12. early behavior problems
13. lack of realistic long-term goals
14. impulsivity
15. Irresponsibility
16. failure to accept responsibility for own actions
17. many short-term marital relationships
18. juvenile delinquency
19. revocation of conditional release
20. criminal versatility

And don't forget I asked you a question yesterday Explain the types of serial and mass murderer along with the reasons why they commit these crimes.

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