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Intro to Criminal Law (Flex Class)
The History of Capital Punishment (Death Penalty, Criminal Justice, Forensics, & Supreme Court Cases)
In this 8-week course, students will learn about the history of capital punishment and how it has impacted the criminal justice field. This course is perfect for high school students that are also interest in the judicial system, forensics, criminal justice, and, law and order.
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This eight-week course will introduce students to "The History of Capital Punishment" with an emphasis on developments in the United States. The first established death penalty laws date as far back as the eighteenth-century b.c. in the Code of King Hammurabi of Babylon; students will learn the history, constitutional regulations, distinguished supreme court cases, death penalty limitations, as well as international views and current issues. Topics each week will be as follows (this...
I would love it if each student could complete a quick two-minute presentation on capital punishment during week 4 (more information will be provided during week one) this is optional. The project could be longer depending on the number of students enrolled. In-class discussions that are not completed during class time can also be completed after class should the parent and student see fit.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Some sensitive material may be seen such as methods of capital punishment over the centuries and details of supreme court cases that lead to new regulations within the United States.
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Hello there! I'm Becki, homeschooling mom of two teenage boys, a certified online ESL teacher, and a professional who specializes in the criminal justice, forensic sciences, and cybersecurity fields, as well as, animal & natural science, travel,...