Take notes on the companies featured. Include history of company & economic impact.
Need inspiration to write your court scene? This link may help. http://2ndcircuit.leoncountyfl.gov/teenCourt/resources/MockTrialJudgeandBailiffScript.pdf
Rubric for script. (Quiz grade) AC classes: PRINTED copies of script are due on Monday, April 29. If you share a copy with me early, I will edit it/grade it and give you opportunity to enhance for higher grade.
Rubric Script Rubric-1n5i2qk
Review for state government test (Wednesday)
Ms. Berry is having a study session on Wednesday morning if you are interested in attending.
Since this last video was made, the Georgia General Assembly increased the number of judges to the Supreme Court to 9.
In your textbook there is a two page spread at the end of each chapter that sums up the standards. It would be a good resource, too. (Remember, you wrote your password to the online textbook on Georgia Day.)
Hey, y’all! We have a government test on Wednesday, April 17.
Study guide Government Standards Review_19-28xtqtf
Juvenile Justice Questions: (Due Friday)
- Should juveniles ever receive the death penalty? Why? Why not?
- Should juveniles ever receive life in prison? Why? Why not?
Spent Questions (Due Monday) http://playspent.org/
- Did you make it through the month? If so, how much did you have left?
- Could you pay rent the next day?
- What spending decisions were hardest for you to make? Why?
Marietta City & Cobb County Webquest…. see yesterday’s post. (Past due OL, due Monday AC)
Play the interactive game as many times as you want.
Record what you learned.
- Did you make it to the end of the month? If not, why?
- What sacrifices did you have to make? What was the hardest?
I. Marietta City/Cobb County webquest
II. Next Gen Financial Literacy https://www.ngpf.org/interactive-library/
Play SPENT. On an index card, write what you learned about the experience. You can play more than once.
When you are finished, play another interactive game of your choosing or work on your adult justice skit.
On Level– Close notes on city and county government.