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2013 March 4 一 Bell Ringer Please get ready for a timed event. The timer starts when the bell rings. Instructions will commence when everyone is seated.

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1 2013 March 4 一 Bell Ringer Please get ready for a timed event. The timer starts when the bell rings. Instructions will commence when everyone is seated and quiet.

2 I need the room moved into an East vs. West set up. If you are in one of the three rows closest to the door, rotate your desk so you are facing the window and slide your desks back so the last desk in the row touches the wall. If you are in one of the three rows closest to the window, rotate your desk so you are facing the fish, respect, and frog posters. Slide your desks back so the last desk in the row touches the wall.

3 Totals for the Quarter Let’s Take This Baby Up! Pick Up East Vs. West Set Up 1 st period 6:43.81:05.71:27.0-: nd period 10:37.11:08.51:38.5-: th period 11:46.70:37.20:48.9-: th period 9:38.81:11.81:44.4-: th period 9:53.00:59.43:54.3-:--.-

4 二 The East vs. West Ruse Today’s rearrangement was strictly to make a walk way for active participation. We will use this class design again in the future; today, it is only for the walkway.

5 What is the total number of justices on the Supreme Court? if you think the answer is 5 if you think the answer is 9 Go touch the east wall Go touch the west wall

6 Who makes arguments during the oral argument in the courtroom? if you think the answer is lawyers if you think the answer is judges Go touch the east wall Go touch the west wall

7 Who asks questions during the oral argument in the courtroom? if you think the answer is lawyers if you think the answer is judges Go touch the east wall Go touch the west wall

8 How many justices are needed to win a case? if you think the answer is 5 if you think the answer is 9 Go touch the east wall Go touch the west wall

9 What is the Supreme Court’s written decision called? if you think the answer is opinion if you think the answer is resolution Go touch the east wall Go touch the west wall

10 The timer has started. I will stop the timer when: the desks are back in their places, everyone has picked up a worksheet, and everyone is sitting quietly in a seat.

11 Totals for the Quarter Let’s Take This Baby Up! Pick Up East Vs. West Set Up East vs. West Clean Up 1 st period 6:43.81:05.71:27.01: nd period 10:37.11:08.51:38.51: th period 11:46.70:37.20:48.91: th period 9:38.81:11.82:24.41: th period 9:53.00:59.43:54.32:45.3

12 三 Coding Activity Please follow along as we do fill in the blank reading on PART TWO: Savana’s Case. Get ready for a speed activity.

13 三 Coding Activity Please read these directions as quickly as possible: 1) Point an arrow at the sentence that says Savana’s constitutional right. 2) Put a star next to the one word that tells you what had to happen in Savana’s case for the right to apply. If this didn’t happen, the right would not apply. 3) Underline the limit on this right. 4) Stand up and hop twice. 5) Circle the name of the precedent case. 6) Make a cloud around the number of factors. 7) [Bracket] each of the factors. 8) Put (parentheses) around what happened in the precedent case. 9) Shout “I’m done!” 10) Realize that your directions were to read these and not to do them.

14 三 Coding Activity (for real) Please follow these directions: 1) Point an arrow at the sentence that says Savana’s constitutional right. 2) Put a star next to the one word that tells you what had to happen in Savana’s case for the right to apply. If this didn’t happen, the right would not apply. 3) Underline the limit on this right. 4) Circle the name of the precedent case. 5) Make a cloud around the number of factors. 6) [Bracket] each of the factors. 7) Put (parentheses) around what happened in the precedent case. (Fourth Amendment protects people from unreasonable searches) (search) (only protects people from unreasonable searches) (New Jersey v. T.L.O.) (two) [whether the school had a good reason to believe the search needed to be done] and [whether the search went too far] (a school was allowed to search a high school student’s purse after she was caught smoking)

15 四 Looking at Constitutional Rights Please complete the back side of these sheet for Savana’s Case only. You may share answers across the room, but only verbally. You may not leave your seat. We will go on when everyone has every answer correct.

16 This next paper is number 6 on your notes check. It will not be turned in for a grade, but having it complete for your notes check will help your grade. You may work together on this. The information on this paper is also very important for your test. This week’s notes check: 1.Thurgood Marshall Notes and Questioning (11 Feb) 2.Voting Rights Guided Notes (12 Feb) 3.One Accident, Two Trials Venn Diagram (25 Feb) 4.I’ve Got The Power! (27 Feb for 1 st ; 28 Feb for 2 nd ; 26 Feb for 4 th, 5 th, and 6 th ) 5.Appellate Courts Magic Square (1 Mar) 6.Supreme Decision: Even My Life? (4 Mar) 7.Road to Civil Rights Vocabulary (5 Mar)


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