Criminal Justice • Date 8/27/2019 • Objective: Students will focus attention on hate crime, cyber crime and white collar crime • Language Objective: Students will read information, discuss topics, view videos and write a written response. • Agenda: Students will read about hate crime and look at statistics, discuss the issue within the U.S. • Students will watch video(s) on Cyber crime and write a video response • Officer Gonzales will come and talk to class about Westminster teen academy • Homework:Prepare for quiz on Thursday over murder and theft definitions
Hate Crime v. Domestic Terrorism defined • The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has since defined a hate crime as a "criminal offense committed against a person, property, or society that is motivated, in whole or in part, by the offender's bias against a race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, or ethnicity/national origin.“ • Domestic terrorism: Perpetrated by individuals and/or groups inspired by or associated with primarily U.S.-based movements that espouse extremist ideologies of a political, religious, social, racial, or environmental nature. • Hate Crime data • https://www.justice.gov/hatecrimes/hate-crime-statistics
Cyber Crime Written Response After watching the two videos and reading the InfoWorld article by Roger A. Grimes respond to the following questions with a ¾ to 1 page written response. • Describe at least 2 Cyber crimes that U.S. citizens needs to begin to protect against. • Once you have described these cyber crimes, you must describe what the appropriate punishments should be for the different crimes you described, should they be a felony v. misdemeanors? • What should nations do to have a working relationship to deal with this crime? Should this be an international crime and if so what are the consequences? How do we target and bring these criminals to justice? • Last, what actions do Americans need to truly take to protect themselves from these crimes?
Cyber crime videos • https://www.ted.com/talks/james_lyne_everyday_cybercrime_and_what_you_can_do_about_it?language=en • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bo44JoIU7Qk • http://www.euronews.com/2016/02/02/internet-of-things-cyber-crime-on-the-rise • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CashAq5RToM • White collar crime • https://lawshelf.com/videos/entry/white-collar-crime
Criminal Justice • Date 8/26/2019 • Objective: Students will focus attention on defining and discussing various crimes in addition to murder and theft • Language Objective: Students will write definitions, read information and discuss topics. • Agenda: Students will discuss the work from Friday with the murder and theft situations hand in work for a grade • Students will take notes on other types of crime • Officer Gonzales will come and talk to class about Westminster teen academy • Homework:Prepare for quiz on Thursday over murder and theft definitions
Criminal Justice • Date 8/22/2019 • Objective: Students will define types of murder, theft and common felony crimes while providing examples these will be used Friday for situations and next week for a content quiz • Language Objective: Students will write definitions, discuss examples view a video, and will read from the textbook. • Agenda: Students will take note over murder and Mr. Harrington will provide examples • Watch video on types of murder for clarification • Students will complete a graphic organizer defining types of theft and other felony crimes- there will be more to add with specific crimes • Homework: Read pages 10-16 and complete vocabulary with examples to use Friday
Criminal Justice • Date 8/21/2019 • Objective: Finish covering the Elements of Crime and then apply them to various situations in groups and begin to define types of murder, theft and common felony crimes while providing examples • Language Objective: Students will write notes, discuss topics, and will read articles to discuss as a group. • Agenda: Students will finish covering elements of a crime, 4 types of intent • Students will then get into groups of 4 or 5 criminal act situations on page 11 (back of elements of crime ws) then will discuss and will then complete Did they commit crimes? In the same groups on page 13 • Students will complete a graphic organizer defining types of murder, theft and other felony crimes • Watch video on types of murder for clarification • Homework: Read pages 10-16 and complete vocabulary with examples- You need this for a group activity tomorrow
Degrees of Murder Video • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NuyhxlKdp54 • CO Codified law resource • https://leg.colorado.gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2018-title-18.pdf
Criminal Justice • Date 8/19/2019 • Objective: Complete our focus of Justice, finish introduction notes and introduce to elements of a crime, categories of crime and types of law and then students will review potential criminal situations • Language Objective: Students will write notes, discuss topics, and will read articles to discuss as a group. • Agenda: Students will finish discussion of justice and notes • Students will complete reading concerning crime rates in the U.S. • Students will get a Criminal Justice in America text book and begin to read as a group page 10-13, and complete worksheet and notes • Students will then get into groups of 4 or 5 criminal act situations on page 11 then will discuss and will then complete Did they commit crimes? In the same groups on page 13 • Homework: Read pages 10-16 and complete vocabulary with examples (May push to block) Go to Mr. Harrington’s web-page and show parents/guardian U.S. History syllabus
Criminal Justice • Date 8/16/2019 • Objective: Introduction to Criminal Justice in the U.S., its purpose and begin to understand justice within the Individual rights v. Public order advocates different perspectives. • Language Objective: Students will write notes, discuss topics, and will read an article to discuss as a group. • Agenda: Students take notes on the beginning of Criminal Justice in the United States- watch intro video- Gangs of New York • Students will define Justice individually and in groups –discuss as a class • Students will complete reading concerning crime rates in the U.S.- Discuss Perception v. Reality • Homework: Go to Mr. Harrington’s web-page and show parents/guardian U.S. History syllabus
Google Maps and Gangs of New York clips • https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-104.9936386,138m/data=!3m1!1e3 • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OE4_FpZvGFAhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMkz-Mrxs-c • Crime rate graph • https://www.statista.com/statistics/191219/reported-violent-crime-rate-in-the-usa-since-1990/
Criminal Justice Date 8/15/2019 Objective: Introduction to Criminal Justice and Mr. Harrington Look over syllabus, expectations, and procedures. Look at Mr. Harrington’s web-page. Access in C107 Complete Student information sheet Homework: Go to Mr. Harrington’s web-page and show parents/guardian Criminal Justice syllabus Expected Daily Materials!!!!! Bring Planner 3 ring binder with dividers for units- keep all assignments and notes until the semester is over! Loose leaf paper, and pencil/ blue or black pen to class- No red or pink please
Student Information Sheet • Print First and Last name • List 2 academic goals for this semester • List any extracurricular activities you plan to participate in at MRHS • What are your specific Criminal Justice interest? What do you want to learn this year in class? • What is your favorite pastime/ hobby? Legal and appropriate! • Please list and discuss any special information that I should know about you as a student to help you be more successful at MRHS and in class. • Sketch yourself after graduation, where you are doing something you’ve always wanted to do with your life whether it is a hobby, profession, an experience /adventure, etc. Legal and appropriate- No stick figures!