Criminal Justice
Block E
(Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday)

 

Day
#
Date
Topic
Assignment Due
Wednesday

1

9/1
First Day of the Course  -- Welcome!

Friday

X
9/3
No School -- Labor Day Weekend
Tuesday
2
9/7
Explore Hiibel Case Review Notes
Wednesday
3
9/8 Begin The Death of Nikki Majeed Read Pages 11 - Top of 15
Friday
4
9/10 Criminal Justice 101 Review Pages 11 - Top of 15
Write/type a one-page poem/song/rap
Topic:  Law and Order versus Individual Rights

Deadline to Submit the following:
Syllabus Confirmation Form and Honors Contract
Tuesday
5
9/14
Wrap-up The Death of Nikki Majeed Review Notes
Wednesday

6

9/15
Evaluating Crimes and Criminal Laws
CJ in the News
Start Reading "Counting Crime" (Pages 34-top of 42) and take excellent notes (If typing, print notes BEFORE class)
Friday
7
9/17
Uniform Crime Report and Counting Crime Finish Reading "Counting Crime" (Pages 34-top of 42) and take excellent notes (If typing, print notes BEFORE class)
Tuesday
8
9/21
Crime Data and Analysis
Introduction to The Crime Picture in America Project
Review Notes
Wednesday
9
9/22
Work on The Crime Picture in America Project Read NYPD Article and Type/Write Questions
Friday 10
9/24
Work on The Crime Picture in America Project Complete all project notes
Tuesday
11
9/28
Work on The Crime Picture in America Project Review Notes
Wednesday
12
9/29
Begin Crime Picture in America Presentations Finish Poster and Notes
Friday 13
10/1
Crime Picture in America Presentations Prepare for Presentations, If Necessary
Tuesday
14
10/5
Begin Presentations
Crime Control Model v. Due Process Model
 
Review Notes
Wednesday
15
10/6
Understanding the Due Process Model Begin Reading Pages 53-64 (Due Process Model)
Take Excellent Notes
Friday 16
10/8
Massachusetts v. Jackson Finish Reading Pages 53-64 (Due Process Model)
Take Excellent Notes
Tuesday
X 10/12 Professional Development Day -- No School  
Wednesday
17
10/13
Massachusetts v. Jackson
Steps in the Due Process Model
No Homework
Friday 18
10/15
Understanding the Due Process Model Begin Studying for Test
Tuesday
19
10/19
Unit I Test Study for Unit Test
Wednesday
20 10/20 Begin Unit II {The Search for Causes} No Homework
Friday 21
10/22
Breaking Down the Search for Causes Read Pages 78-82 "Explanations of Criminal Behavior"
Answer "Just the Facts 3.3" on page 82
Tuesday
22
10/26
The Death of Tiffany Eunick Review Notes
Wednesday
23
10/27
Classical and Biological Explanations of Criminal Behavior Read Pages 82 - top of 88 "Biological Explanations"
Take Notes 3-5 Bullet Points per Section
Friday 24 10/29 Psychological Explanations of Criminal Behavior
Criminals are Made, not Born?
Begin Sociological Causes of Criminal Behavior
Honors:  Rip in Heaven due by Start of Class (Late work not accepted)
Read Pages Top of 88 - top of 91 "Psychological Explanations"
Answer "Just the Facts 3.5" on page 91
Tuesday
25
11/2 Criminals are Made, not Born slideshow
Begin Sociological Causes of Criminal Behavior
Review Notes
Wednesday
26
11/3
Sociological Causes of Criminal Behavior EdPuzzle {Link between TBIs and Crime}

Extra Credit Option due by 11:59 PM on Wednesday, November 3

Friday 27
11/5
Wrap-up Sociological Causes of Criminal Behavior
Video Games and Violence?
Honors: Research Project Proposal due by Start of Class
Tuesday
28
11/9
Police Use of Force Review Notes
Wednesday
29
11/10 Start A Time to Kill Review Notes
Friday 30 11/12 Finish A Time to Kill Day #1 Movie Viewing Discussion Questions
Tuesday
31
11/16
   
Wednesday
32 11/17    
Friday 33
11/19
   
Tuesday
34
11/23
   
Wednesday
35
11/24    
Friday
X
11/26
Thanksgiving -- No School  
Tuesday
36
11/30
   
Wednesday
37
12/1
   
Friday
38
12/3    
Tuesday
39
12/7
   
Wednesday
40
12/8    
Friday 41
12/10
   
Tuesday
42 12/14    
Wednesday
43
12/15
   
Friday 44
12/17
   
Tuesday
45 12/21    
Wednesday
46
12/22
   

Winter Vacation -- No School

Tuesday
47 1/4    
Wednesday
48 1/5    
Friday
49
1/7    
Tuesday
50 1/11    
Wednesday
51 1/12    
Friday 52 1/14    
Tuesday
X 1/17 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day -- No School  
Wednesday
53 1/19    
Friday 54 1/21