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1 Assignment 20, 10 Points Monday April 9,2018 Please see Mr. Harbaugh if you were absent Friday for SRI Makeups. Story Troops Sent To the Border Piracy in Asia CNN Hero 1 paragraph summary 1 Sentence Summary main idea 3 supporting details (elaborate) your opinion.

2 Assignment 20, 10 Points Monday April 9,2018 Please see Mr. Harbaugh if you were absent Friday for SRI Makeups. Story Troops Sent To the Border Piracy in Asia CNN Hero 1 paragraph summary 1 Sentence Summary main idea 3 supporting details (elaborate) your opinion.

3 Assignment 20, 10 Points Monday April 9,2018 Please see Mr. Harbaugh if you were absent Friday for SRI Makeups. Story Troops Sent To the Border Piracy in Asia CNN Hero 1 paragraph summary 1 Sentence Summary main idea 3 supporting details (elaborate) your opinion.

4 Class Business Get your act together Student Talent show May 23rd That s the last week of school

5 Class Business Can your parents help? Chaperones are needed for student talent show. Wed. 5/23 9:30am - noon. Have them contact Mrs. Harryman in the front office if interested. or call her at (727)

6 Good News You will not be escorted to lunch today! Please follow the rules so things do not change.

7 Teacher of the Month Voting today at lunch. Teacher of the month!

8 Homework RTI- Period 1 Only FSA Testing

9 Homework None required tonight! You can always study for the Civics EOC (end of course exam).

10 Class Business The Civics EOC (End of Course Exam) dates will be: Tuesday 5/15 My students will take the EOC on 1 of those days. Study materials for all 40 learning goals on the Civics EOC are at mrharbaugh.com > EOC Study Page

11 Class Business The Carwise Fitness Club has been canceled due to lack of interest.

12 Class Business Student of the week!

13 Assignment 20, 10 Points Monday April 9,2018 Story Troops Sent To the Border 1 Sentence Summary Piracy in Asia CNN Hero 1 paragraph summary main idea 3 supporting details (elaborate) your opinion.

14 Civics in the News Absent students are excused. Students wishing to improve their grades should research a current news event dealing with U.S. government, and write a 1/2 page summary describing who, what, when, where and why. Include your opinion. It must be in complete sentences. Bring it to Mr. Harbaugh or scan it and it to For more information about CNN10 go to mrharbaugh.com > CNN10 Page or Google CNN10.

15 CNN 10

16 Assignment 20, 10 Points Monday April 9,2018 Story Troops Sent To the Border Piracy in Asia CNN Hero 1 Sentence Summary 2 Minutes 1 paragraph summary main idea 3 supporting details (elaborate) your opinion.

17 Assignment 20, 10 Points Monday April 9,2018 Story Troops Sent To the Border Piracy in Asia CNN Hero 1 Sentence Summary Share 1 paragraph summary main idea 3 supporting details (elaborate) your opinion.

18 Assignment 20, 10 Points Monday April 9,2018 Story Troops Sent To the Border Please open your Civics Piracy workbook in Asia CNN to page Hero18. 1 Sentence Summary News Stamp Check 1 paragraph summary main idea 3 supporting details (elaborate) your opinion.

19 Today Finish Assignment points Workbook Page 18 Please open your workbook to page 18.

20 Today Finish Assignment points Workbook Page 18 Please open your workbook to page 18.

21 Read Textbook page 790

22 Miranda v Arizona BrainPop Video ts/ Username Carwise_ms for the BrainPop password

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27 5 th and 6 th amendment rights of due process

28 5 th and 6 th amendment rights of due process Miranda won

29 5 th and 6 th amendment rights of due process Miranda won Police have to read suspects their Miranda Rights

30 1. Please open your workbook to page Hazelwood v. Kulmeier.

31 1. Please open your workbook to page Hazelwood v. Kulmeier. Textbook page 325

32 1. Please open your workbook to page Hazelwood v. Kulmeier. Read Textbook page 325

33 Hazelwood v Kuhlmeier (1987)

34 Workbook page 18

35 Workbook page 18

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37 1 st amendment

38 1 st amendment

39 1 st amendment The Court agreed with the principal

40 1 st amendment The Court agreed with the principal

41 1 st amendment The Court agreed with the principal School s can limit student s freedom of speech

42 1 st amendment The Court agreed with the principal The principal can limit student s freedom of speech Textbook page 789

43 1 st amendment The Court agreed with the principal The principal can limit student s freedom of speech Read Textbook page 789

44 Bush v Gore Electoral Map Before the Supreme Court Ruling After the Supreme Court Ruling

45 Bush v Gore

46 1 st amendment The Court agreed with the principal The principal can limit student s freedom of speech

47 1 st amendment The Court agreed with the principal The principal can limit student s freedom of speech 14th amendment

48 1 st amendment The Court agreed with the principal The principal can limit student s freedom of speech 14th amendment

49 1 st amendment The Court agreed with the principal The principal can limit student s freedom of speech 14th amendment The Court agreed with Bush

50 1 st amendment The Court agreed with the principal The principal can limit student s freedom of speech 14th amendment The Court agreed with Bush

51 1 st amendment The Court agreed with the principal The principal can limit student s freedom of speech 14th amendment The Court agreed with Bush It decided a presidential election

52 1 st amendment The Court agreed with the principal The principal can limit student s freedom of speech 14th amendment The Court agreed with Bush It decided a presidential election

53 1 st amendment The Court agreed with the principal The principal can limit student s freedom of speech 14th amendment The Court agreed with Bush It decided a presidential election Read Textbook page 789

54 District of Columbia v Heller (2008)

55 1 st amendment The Court agreed with the principal The principal can limit student s freedom of speech 14th amendment The Court agreed with Bush It decided a presidential election

56 1 st amendment The Court agreed with the principal The principal can limit student s freedom of speech 14th amendment The Court agreed with Bush It decided a presidential election 2nd amendment

57 1 st amendment The Court agreed with the principal The principal can limit student s freedom of speech 14th amendment The Court agreed with Bush It decided a presidential election 2nd amendment

58 1 st amendment The Court agreed with the principal The principal can limit student s freedom of speech 14th amendment The Court agreed with Bush It decided a presidential election 2nd amendment The Court agreed with Heller

59 1 st amendment The Court agreed with the principal The principal can limit student s freedom of speech 14th amendment The Court agreed with Bush It decided a presidential election 2nd amendment The Court agreed with Heller

60 1 st amendment The Court agreed with the principal The principal can limit student s freedom of speech 14th amendment The Court agreed with Bush It decided a presidential election 2nd amendment The Court agreed with Heller It upheld gun ownership

61 1 st amendment The Court agreed with the principal The principal can limit student s freedom of speech 14th amendment The Court agreed with Bush It decided a presidential election 2nd amendment The Court agreed with Heller It upheld gun ownership

62 Clean Up Time

63 Fun Quiz Number sheet of paper 1-10, no spaces.

64 A. Marbury v. Madison B. Plessy v. Ferguson C. Brown v. Board of Ed D. Gideon v. Wainwright E. Miranda v. Arizona F. In re Gault G. Tinker v. Des Moines H. U.S. v. Nixon I. Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier J. Bush v. Gore K. District of Columbia v. Heller 1.Decided the outcome of a presidential election. 2.Upheld rule of law. 3.Established the Supreme Court s power of judicial review. 4.Declared segregation illegal in public schools. 5.Declared juveniles have the right to due process of law. 6.Declared police must read suspects a warning when they are arrested. 7.Upheld student s rights to free speech in public schools. 8.Upheld 2 nd amendment rights. 9.Declared the school principal could limit student s right to printed speech. 10.Declared all poor suspects must be provided an attorney by the state.

65 A. Marbury v. Madison B. Plessy v. Ferguson C. Brown v. Board of Ed D. Gideon v. Wainwright E. Miranda v. Arizona F. In re Gault G. Tinker v. Des Moines H. U.S. v. Nixon I. Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier J. Bush v. Gore K. District of Columbia v. Heller 1.Decided the outcome of a presidential election. 2.Upheld rule of law. 3.Established the Supreme Court s power of judicial review. 4.Declared segregation illegal in public schools. 5.Declared juveniles have the right to due process of law. 6.Declared police must read suspects a warning when they are arrested. 7.Upheld student s rights to free speech in public schools. 8.Upheld 2 nd amendment rights. 9.Declared the school principal could limit student s right to printed speech. 10.Declared all poor suspects must be provided an attorney by the state.

66 A. Marbury v. Madison B. Plessy v. Ferguson C. Brown v. Board of Ed D. Gideon v. Wainwright E. Miranda v. Arizona F. In re Gault G. Tinker v. Des Moines H. U.S. v. Nixon I. Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier J. Bush v. Gore K. District of Columbia v. Heller 1.Decided the outcome of a presidential election. J 2.Upheld rule of law. 3.Established the Supreme Court s power of judicial review. 4.Declared segregation illegal in public schools. 5.Declared juveniles have the right to due process of law. 6.Declared police must read suspects a warning when they are arrested. 7.Upheld student s rights to free speech in public schools. 8.Upheld 2 nd amendment rights. 9.Declared the school principal could limit student s right to printed speech. 10.Declared all poor suspects must be provided an attorney by the state.

67 A. Marbury v. Madison B. Plessy v. Ferguson C. Brown v. Board of Ed D. Gideon v. Wainwright E. Miranda v. Arizona F. In re Gault G. Tinker v. Des Moines H. U.S. v. Nixon I. Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier J. Bush v. Gore K. District of Columbia v. Heller 1.Decided the outcome of a presidential election. J 2.Upheld rule of law. H 3.Established the Supreme Court s power of judicial review. 4.Declared segregation illegal in public schools. 5.Declared juveniles have the right to due process of law. 6.Declared police must read suspects a warning when they are arrested. 7.Upheld student s rights to free speech in public schools. 8.Upheld 2 nd amendment rights. 9.Declared the school principal could limit student s right to printed speech. 10.Declared all poor suspects must be provided an attorney by the state.

68 A. Marbury v. Madison B. Plessy v. Ferguson C. Brown v. Board of Ed D. Gideon v. Wainwright E. Miranda v. Arizona F. In re Gault G. Tinker v. Des Moines H. U.S. v. Nixon I. Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier J. Bush v. Gore K. District of Columbia v. Heller 1.Decided the outcome of a presidential election. J 2.Upheld rule of law. H 3.Established the Supreme Court s power of judicial review. A 4.Declared segregation illegal in public schools. 5.Declared juveniles have the right to due process of law. 6.Declared police must read suspects a warning when they are arrested. 7.Upheld student s rights to free speech in public schools. 8.Upheld 2 nd amendment rights. 9.Declared the school principal could limit student s right to printed speech. 10.Declared all poor suspects must be provided an attorney by the state.

69 A. Marbury v. Madison B. Plessy v. Ferguson C. Brown v. Board of Ed D. Gideon v. Wainwright E. Miranda v. Arizona F. In re Gault G. Tinker v. Des Moines H. U.S. v. Nixon I. Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier J. Bush v. Gore K. District of Columbia v. Heller 1.Decided the outcome of a presidential election. J 2.Upheld rule of law. H 3.Established the Supreme Court s power of judicial review. A 4.Declared segregation illegal in public schools. C 5.Declared juveniles have the right to due process of law. 6.Declared police must read suspects a warning when they are arrested. 7.Upheld student s rights to free speech in public schools. 8.Upheld 2 nd amendment rights. 9.Declared the school principal could limit student s right to printed speech. 10.Declared all poor suspects must be provided an attorney by the state.

70 A. Marbury v. Madison B. Plessy v. Ferguson C. Brown v. Board of Ed D. Gideon v. Wainwright E. Miranda v. Arizona F. In re Gault G. Tinker v. Des Moines H. U.S. v. Nixon I. Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier J. Bush v. Gore K. District of Columbia v. Heller 1.Decided the outcome of a presidential election. J 2.Upheld rule of law. H 3.Established the Supreme Court s power of judicial review. A 4.Declared segregation illegal in public schools. C 5.Declared juveniles have the right to due process of law. F 6.Declared police must read suspects a warning when they are arrested. 7.Upheld student s rights to free speech in public schools. 8.Upheld 2 nd amendment rights. 9.Declared the school principal could limit student s right to printed speech. 10.Declared all poor suspects must be provided an attorney by the state.

71 A. Marbury v. Madison B. Plessy v. Ferguson C. Brown v. Board of Ed D. Gideon v. Wainwright E. Miranda v. Arizona F. In re Gault G. Tinker v. Des Moines H. U.S. v. Nixon I. Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier J. Bush v. Gore K. District of Columbia v. Heller 1.Decided the outcome of a presidential election. J 2.Upheld rule of law. H 3.Established the Supreme Court s power of judicial review. A 4.Declared segregation illegal in public schools. C 5.Declared juveniles have the right to due process of law. F 6.Declared police must read suspects a warning when they are arrested. E 7.Upheld student s rights to free speech in public schools. 8.Upheld 2 nd amendment rights. 9.Declared the school principal could limit student s right to printed speech. 10.Declared all poor suspects must be provided an attorney by the state.

72 A. Marbury v. Madison B. Plessy v. Ferguson C. Brown v. Board of Ed D. Gideon v. Wainwright E. Miranda v. Arizona F. In re Gault G. Tinker v. Des Moines H. U.S. v. Nixon I. Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier J. Bush v. Gore K. District of Columbia v. Heller 1.Decided the outcome of a presidential election. J 2.Upheld rule of law. H 3.Established the Supreme Court s power of judicial review. A 4.Declared segregation illegal in public schools. C 5.Declared juveniles have the right to due process of law. F 6.Declared police must read suspects a warning when they are arrested. E 7.Upheld student s rights to free speech in public schools. G 8.Upheld 2 nd amendment rights. 9.Declared the school principal could limit student s right to printed speech. 10.Declared all poor suspects must be provided an attorney by the state.

73 A. Marbury v. Madison B. Plessy v. Ferguson C. Brown v. Board of Ed D. Gideon v. Wainwright E. Miranda v. Arizona F. In re Gault G. Tinker v. Des Moines H. U.S. v. Nixon I. Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier J. Bush v. Gore K. District of Columbia v. Heller 1.Decided the outcome of a presidential election. J 2.Upheld rule of law. H 3.Established the Supreme Court s power of judicial review. A 4.Declared segregation illegal in public schools. C 5.Declared juveniles have the right to due process of law. F 6.Declared police must read suspects a warning when they are arrested. E 7.Upheld student s rights to free speech in public schools. G 8.Upheld 2 nd amendment rights. K 9.Declared the school principal could limit student s right to printed speech. 10.Declared all poor suspects must be provided an attorney by the state.

74 A. Marbury v. Madison B. Plessy v. Ferguson C. Brown v. Board of Ed D. Gideon v. Wainwright E. Miranda v. Arizona F. In re Gault G. Tinker v. Des Moines H. U.S. v. Nixon I. Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier J. Bush v. Gore K. District of Columbia v. Heller 1.Decided the outcome of a presidential election. J 2.Upheld rule of law. H 3.Established the Supreme Court s power of judicial review. A 4.Declared segregation illegal in public schools. C 5.Declared juveniles have the right to due process of law. F 6.Declared police must read suspects a warning when they are arrested. E 7.Upheld student s rights to free speech in public schools. G 8.Upheld 2 nd amendment rights. K 9.Declared the school principal could limit student s right to printed speech. I 10.Declared all poor suspects must be provided an attorney by the state.

75 A. Marbury v. Madison B. Plessy v. Ferguson C. Brown v. Board of Ed D. Gideon v. Wainwright E. Miranda v. Arizona F. In re Gault G. Tinker v. Des Moines H. U.S. v. Nixon I. Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier J. Bush v. Gore K. District of Columbia v. Heller 1.Decided the outcome of a presidential election. J 2.Upheld rule of law. H 3.Established the Supreme Court s power of judicial review. A 4.Declared segregation illegal in public schools. C 5.Declared juveniles have the right to due process of law. F 6.Declared police must read suspects a warning when they are arrested. E 7.Upheld student s rights to free speech in public schools. G 8.Upheld 2 nd amendment rights. K 9.Declared the school principal could limit student s right to printed speech. I 10.Declared all poor suspects must be provided an attorney by the state. D

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