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Government and the Law for Middle School
This four-part class is designed for Middle School students to introduce learners to the concepts of law and justice in American society and illustrate how the
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No live meetings
Over 4 weeks
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No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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Utilizing lesson plans from the American Bar Association, this course was designed to help students explore the roles of law and justice in the U.S. presently and throughout history, as well as give definition to ideas like activism, civic participation, and community enrichment. The class is taught on a flexible schedule over four weeks using prerecorded videos and classroom posts. Each week will begin a new lesson and assignments will be posted in the classroom to be completed and...
I hold a Master of Science in Legal Studies.
For classwork each work, students will be asked to answer challenge questions, write and submit a one-paragraph report, and respond to in-class discussion questions after viewing lesson videos. Including video watching time, students will spend approximately an hour on classwork per week.
No outside materials necessary.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Quizzes related to each lesson will assess student learning progress.
No live meetings, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Some topics will be covered which could be viewed as politically-sensitive, such as discussion of civil rights and human rights.
The U.S. Constitution (https://constitution.congress.gov/constitution/) The Bill of Rights (https://www.britannica.com/topic/Bill-of-Rights-United-States-Constitution) We will talk about these documents, but it isn't necessary for students to have a copy in class.
Katie RookGraduate of Penn State English also holding a Master of Science in Legal Studies. Big fan of children and dogs
28 total reviews
42 completed classes
I primarily offer classes in elementary English but also introductory writing and journalism classes for older students. I'm a contributing journalist for an independent news source, and I'm also certified and teach English as a second language...