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1 CivicsCivics Daily Lessons

2 While you were gone Civics - Make-up Assignments Oct. 22 While you were gone Civics - Make-up Assignments Mr. Cook/Mrs. Colvin Room 214 Student-_____________ Date Absent- Oct. 22 Date Due-______ Please attach your make-up work to this sheet when you hand it in! Homework: Oct. 23Ch. 7.2 Notes due Oct. 23 –Chapter 7 Section 2 Assessment on Page 188. Answer Vocabulary- put in FlashboardVocabulary- put in Flashboard Reviewing Ideas and Terms-Reviewing Ideas and Terms- You may type your answers for questions 1+2 in the textbook and show the teacher on day it is due. Critical Thinking-Critical Thinking- Copy the chart into your notebook and complete it by hand. Oct. 24Ch. 7.3 Notes due Oct. 24 –Chapter 7 Section 3 Assessment on Page 192. Answer Vocabulary- put in FlashboardVocabulary- put in Flashboard Reviewing Ideas and Terms-Reviewing Ideas and Terms- You may type your answers for questions 1+2 in the textbook and show the teacher on day it is due. Critical Thinking-Critical Thinking- Copy the chart into your notebook and complete it by hand. Oct. 26Ch. 7 Test- Oct. 26 In Class Work: Ch. 7.1 –Timed Reading Activity –Front Load- Vocabulary, Questions and Chart for next assignment. –Go over 7.1 homework –Coop- back of homework –In Class Reading- Chapter 7.2 We will use the audio from the book and Live Ink. –Transparency- Road to the Supreme Court –U.S. Supreme Court –7.2 Section questions –Homework will be given out when the audio is finished or at the end of the period- Go over the requirements. –On Line Quiz- section 2 on the overhead if time. Examination: Date and Period you will take the exam -______ Signature:____________

3 Day #44 Homework due today-Homework due today- Ch. 7.1 –Reading Quiz –Go over 7.1 homework –Coop- back of homework –In Class Reading- Chapter 7.2 We will use the audio from the book and Live Ink. –Transparency- Road to the Supreme Court –U.S. Supreme Court –7.2 Section questions –Homework will be given out when the audio is finished or at the end of the period- Go over the requirements. –On Line Quiz- section 2 on the overhead if time. Ch. 7 Section 1

4 Reading Quiz Sect. 1

5 Reading Quiz Sect. 1

6 Homework- 30 points 1.Vocabulary- Must be put on Flashboard. You are responsible for all sections vocabulary for each chapter from now on. we will have you write the term in class at the beginning of class. You must write a definition on your own as homework 2.Answer the questions at the end of the section reading- Reviewing Ideas and Terms. Answers must be written out in your notebook. Any other method must be approved by Mrs. Colvin 3.You must Copy the Critical Thinking chart into your notebook and fill it out. 4.There will be a timed reading worksheet the day all homework is due. You may use your homework for the worksheet, but not the book. 5.Old worksheets on line will be used in class as review of the daily assignment.

7 Front Load Vocabulary into FlashboardVocabulary into Flashboard Questions into your notebookQuestions into your notebook Chart into your notebookChart into your notebook.

8 Chapter 7 Section 2 Flashboard Terms Jurisdiction District courts Original jurisdiction Courts of appeals Appellate jurisdiction Justices

9 Jurisdiction

10 District Courts

11 Original Jurisdiction

12 Courts of Appeals

13 Appellate Jurisdiction

14 Justices

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16 Unit II- The Federal Government Chapter 7- The Judicial Branch Homework- Section 1- Equal Justice Under the Law - pg II. Define the following Terms a. crime- b. criminal law-- c. civil law— d. common law- e. precedent- f. constitutional law g. appeal- Why do we have laws? Type of LawSources of lawRoles of the Courts- Criminal Law- Civil Laws Statutory Law- Constitutional Law- Common Law- Administrative Law- 4 Forms of Disputes- Rights of the Accused- Appeal-

17 Homework7.1

18 Homework7.1

19 Coop7.1

20 Coop7.1

21 Coop7.1

22 Ch Pages In Class Reading- Chapter 7.2 We will use the audio from the book and Live Ink.

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27 U.S. District Courts 1.Recall 1.Recall: What guarantees help ensure that federal judges are not punished or rewarded for their decisions in cases? 2. Make inferences 2. Make inferences: Why do you think all states have at least one federal district court? What is the purpose of the U.S. district courts?

28 U.S. Courts of Appeals 1.Identify 1.Identify: How many U.S. courts of appeals exist, and how are they divided? 2.Draw Conclusions: 2.Draw Conclusions: Why does the United States give different kinds of courts original jurisdiction and appellate jurisdiction? How are the U.S. courts of appeals different from the district courts?

29 The U.S. Supreme Court 1.Identify 1.Identify: What is the main function of the Supreme Court? 2.Make Generalizations: 2.Make Generalizations: In what kinds of cases does the Supreme Court have original jurisdiction? What is the role of the U.S. Supreme Court?

30 On Line Quiz- Ch. 7.2 Ch. 7.2 On line Quiz


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