Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Wednesday, May 24. 2017

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

B Block Law 12 -  Today I have the library booked for you to continue your work on the major civil law project that is due four weeks from now. You will have two to three library blocks per week to finish this assignment...no pressure really. And don't forget if you're choosing to do three cases with a video for your law firm...you had better start script writing and planning your production dates ASAP.

A Block Introduction to Law 9/10 - Today, you'll look at crime scene investigation. You'll start with the basic stages of a search, documenting evidence, and examples of what is included in a crime scene investigator's toolkit. I will then show you an episode of "I Detective" (Identity Unknown).
In this show the investigation of a crime is followed and at key points the narration stops and you'll be asked to make a decision as if you were a detective in the case. I will ask you to keep track of your choices and we'll see what kind of criminal investigator / detective you'd make. The following are some great web pages to help understand the procedures:
Learning for Life Crime Scene Search study guide
U.S. Department of Justice Crime Scene Investigation guide

Criminal Profiling Crime Scene searches (FBI guidelines) 

D Block Introduction to Psychology 11 - Quizzzy quiz quiz day today...on weeks 3 & 4 (sensation, perception and consciousness). After we'll talk about Raymond Cattell's ideas on crystallized and fluid intelligence; Robert Sternberg's Triarchic theory of intelligence; Howard Gardner's  Multiple Intelligences Theory, creativity and measures of intelligence...ironic given that you had a test to measure your knowledge today isn't it?

C Block Social Studies 11 - Today we'll continue with the military strategic movements in Europe and the Pacific at the beginning of World War Two. You'll need to look at the Fall of France, the Battle of Britain (Operation Sea Lion & the Blitz), along with Barbarossa in Europe; and Pearl Harbor and Hong Kong in the Pacific. For this you need to:

  • List out the events in chronological order
  • Identify what happened during these military conflicts and
  • Explain Canada’s role (if any)

After you'll watch “The Razor’s Edge” as well as “Dieppe” from Canada: A People’s History. When you’re done, you can work on questions 1, 2, and 3 on page 110 of the Counterpoints text.

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