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Mock Trial Winter Camp 1: We Have Cases to Win!
In this 3-week mock trial camp, students will learn about trial court through practicing the jobs and all aspects of a court case. This camp meets 6 times.
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$19 per class
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Over 3 weeks
50 minutes per class
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Mock Trial Winter Camp 1 is a 3-week camp (6 total meetings) that allows learners to take a hands-on approach to learning about the different roles and responsibilities of the legal system through a range of light-hearted and fun mock court cases such as: Is the Third Little Pig in “The Three Little Pigs” guilty of the demise of the Big Bad Wolf? Is the Grinch from “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” guilty of theft even when he returned everything? Mock trial helps students practice skills such...
This class is taught in English.
Students will learn about courtroom practices and the legal system. They will practice public speaking, persuasive argument, critical thinking, and role playing. They will practice working in teams and both winning and losing with good sportsmanship.
Students need to print and read the weekly cases and roles before each weekly Session A. Preparation for each case should be completed during class as part of a team.
A handout with terms and steps in a trial will be available in the classroom. Weekly cases and roles will be posted in the classroom as well.
1 hour 40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Debate & Speech, Reading Clubs, and Critical Thinking Skills for YOUR Learner! Elementary - High School
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140 total reviews
97 completed classes
My name is Tracey DB. I am a licensed teacher and have taught competitive debate & speech, communication, reading, and critical thinking skills to elementary - high school students, in public schools as well as homeschool settings, for over 25...