• BUSINESS LAW 
     
     February
     
     3.
    1. First Day Duties
     
    2. Hand out books
     
    3. Make folders on H drive
     
     
     4.
    Students will learn and understand ethics and the law


     
     
    5.
    Students will learn and understand ethics and the law1. dumb_laws
     
    6.

     Students will complete Dumb Laws.
    9.
    OBJECTIVE
    Students will learn and understand ethics and the law
    2. judge
    3.
     
    10.
    OBJECTIVE
    Students will learn and understand ethics and the law 
    1. pp_1 
     
    11.
    OBJECTIVE
    Students will learn and
    understand ethics and the
    law
    1. add vocab words
    2. last day for pp

    3. last day for judge and concepts
    12.
    Students will learn and understand ethics and the law
    1. glencoe.com
    Pet finder exercise - Service Learning
     
    13.
    NO SCHOOL
     
    16.
     
     NO SCHOOL
    17.
    1. Chapter 2.1
    2. vocab in a table
    Pg. 28 - 11 words
    3. Law Review; pg. 51
    #'s 3, 4,5
    4. self check 2.1
     
     
     
    18
     
    1. Topic research
    2. Self check 2.2
    3. Vocab pg. 34 (add to yesterday's table)
     
     
    19.
    1. Fix topic research
    2. self check 2.2
    3. Vocab pg. 34 (add to yesterday's table)
     
     

    20.
    1. You're the Judge
     
     
     
     
    23.
    1. nie:  nephew accuses traffic judge
         a.summary
         b.opinion
         c.bias
    2. SPILL teams
    2. law and order
     
     
    24.
    1. nie: 9/20
    2. pp_2
     
    26.
     
    1. LAST DAY FOR PP
    2. Finish Michigan
    2. finish law on line
    3. work on justices
     
    27.
     
    1. LAST DAY - Justices
    2. LAST DAY - Law on line
    3. quiz Monday

     
     




      
     
     
     
     
      
     March
    2.
    OBJECTIVE
     Students will research Law School's and choose one that best suits their needs. Students will create a Padlet page detailing the research that they have found. 

    Law school research project
    3.
    OBJECTIVE
    Students will understand business tasks and challenges that simulate the real-world experiences
    1. Chapter 3 vocab
         Sections 3.1 and 3.2 
    2. SPILL
    4.
     
    OBJECTIVE
    Students will understand business tasks and challenges that simulate the real-world experiences
    Students will be able to identify types of crimes, elements of crimes, common defenses and people vs property.
    1. finish chpt. vocab
     
    5.
     
    OBJECTIVE
    Students will be able to identify types of crimes, elements of crimes, common defenses and people vs property.
    1. SPILL discussion and notes ( Spill vocab)
    2. _
    6.
     
    OBJECTIVE
    Students will be able to identify types of crimes, elements of crimes, common defenses and people vs property.
    read and take notes on ONE index card
     
     

    9.


    OBJECTIVE Students will be able to identify types of crimes, elements of crimes, common defenses and people vs property
     1. SPILL Quiz
    2.

     

    10.


    OBJECTIVE Students will be able to identify types of crimes, elements of crimes, common defenses and people vs property
    1. SPILL clips
    2. task_one
    3. 1_problem

     

    11.


    OBJECTIVE Students will be able to identify types of crimes, elements of crimes, common defenses and people vs property
     1. go over SPILL notes
    2. SPILL
    3. simpson

     

    12.


    OBJECTIVE Students will be able to identify types of crimes, elements of crimes, common defenses and people vs property
    1. print and hand in Simpson
    2. SPILL 

     

    13.


    OBJECTIVE Students will be able to identify types of crimes, elements of crimes, common defenses and people vs property
     1. Read chpt. 3.2
    2. self check #3
    3. go over concepts
    4. judge_3

     
     16.
     
    OBJECTIVE Students will be able to identify types of crimes, elements of crimes, common defenses and people vs property
    1. review SPILL handout
    2. SPILL
    17.
    OBJECTIVE Students will be able to identify types of crimes, elements of crimes, common defenses and people vs property
    1. Ch. 3 on_line 
    2. SPILL
    18.
    OBJECTIVE Students will be able to identify types of crimes, elements of crimes, common defenses and people vs property
    1. Ch. 3 PP
    2. SPILL
    19.
    OBJECTIVE Students will be able to identify types of crimes, elements of crimes, common defenses and people vs property 
    1. Advisory - shortened period
    2. CH. 3 pp
     20.
    OBJECTIVE:
    Students will be able to identify types of crimes, elements of crimes, common defenses and people vs property
    1. ch. 3 pp
    2. SPILL
    23.
    OBJECTIVE
    Students will learn the elements of negligence, strict liability, survival and wrongful death, and remedies available to victims of torts
    1.  article
    2. Last to to finish PP 3
    3. SPILL

    24.
    OBJECTIVE
    Students will learn the elements of negligence, strict liability, survival and wrongful death, and remedies available to victims of torts
    1. SPILL -task 2 notes
    2. pgs. 80 and 88 vocabulary
     

     
    25.
    1. quiz chpt. 3
    2. video - Spill Task 2
    3. Vocab, chpt. 4
    26.
    OBJECTIVE
    Students will learn the elements of negligence, strict liability, survival and wrongful death, and remedies available to victims of torts
    1. Finish vocab. 4
    2. finish 3/23 article
    4. SPILL 2
     
    27.
    OBJECTIVE
    Students will learn the elements of negligence, strict liability, survival and wrongful death, and remedies available to victims of torts
    1. Review Environmental
    Handout #2
    2. SPILL
    3. Law & Order
     
     30.
     
    31.
    Students will learn the elements of negligence, strict liability, survival and wrongful death, and remedies available to victims of torts 
    1. Problem Solving #2 
    2. SPILL
    3. Law and Order
    April 1.
    Students will learn the elements of negligence, strict liability, survival and wrongful death, and remedies available to victims of torts 
    1. Chpt. 4 vocab. 
    2. SPILL
    3. MATH
    2.
    NO SCHOOL
    3.
    NO SCHOOL
     
     
    6.

    NO SCHOOL
    7.

     3.
    Students will learn the elements of negligence, strict liability, survival and wrongful death, and remedies available to victims of torts
    Portable Skills #2 
    2. SPILL
    quiz #2
    SPILL
    3. judge 
    4. SPILL
     

    8.

    MID TERM
    OBJECTIVE

    Students will learn the
    elements of negligence,
     strict liability, survival
    and wrongful death, and remedies available to
    victims of torts
    SPILL

     
    9.
     
     

        
     
     
    10.
     OBJECTIVE
    Students will learn the difference between a
    crime and a tort and
    how to define various
    torts
    1. Ch. 4; Page 95 - 16 vocabulary words in
    table format
    Students will learn the difference between a crime and a tort and how to define various torts
    1. SPILL
    2. Business meeting
    13.
    OBJECTIVE
    Students will learn the difference between a
    crime and a tort and how
    to define various torts
    1. judge
    2. SPILL - go over notes
     
     

     
    14.
    OBJECTIVE
    Students will learn the difference between a crime and a tort and how to define various torts
    1. SPILL notes
     
    15.
    1. SPILL
     
     
    16.
    1. SPILL
     
     
     
     
     
    17. SPILL
     
     
    20.
    SPILL
     


    21.
    SPILL
    LAST DAY!!!! 
    22.
    23.

    24.
    1. Finish concepts
    2. finish Law on Line
    3. 4_pp


     

    27.
     
    OBJECTIVE
    Students will learn the
    difference between a
    crime and a tort and
    how to define various torts

    1.  pp_4.2
    28.
     
    OBJECTIVE
    Students will learn the difference between a crime and a tort and how to define various torts
    1. quiz chpt. 4
    2. vocab chpt. 5
    29.

     1. court_project
       a. pick groups
       b. answer 1 - 6
       (c. Parts I, II, III)
    30.
     
    1. Article
         Today's edition
         Page B1
         "Driver Gets Prison"
    MAY 1.
     1. Trial Project
      a. chose case, approved by me (Part IV)
       b. Research background informaiton about yourcase (part V)        
    4.
     

    1. Trial Project
    Finish research (Part V)
    2. Assign parts for each group member   

    5.

    1. Trial Project

    a. arraignment)
    b. decide on evidence (VII)
    6.
     

    1. Trial Project A. Defense opening statement
    B. Prosecution opening statements (VII) 
     

    7.

     

    A. Defense questions and witness answers
    B. Prosectution questions and witness answers (VII)


     8.
                                             

    A. cross-examinations questions and

    answers (VII)

        
     

     
     
     
     

    11.

    Closing arguements (VII)


     

    12.

     
      Instructions to the jury.
    2. pull teams for presentation dates
     

    13.

    1. Work on  poster (VIII)

    2. Fix up scipts


    14.

     

    Practice

     

    15.

    Presentation 1

     

    18.

    1. Practice court case
    2. Pull numbers for court case order

     


    19.

     
    NO SCHOOL

    20.

     

    1. Pull numbers
    2. Chpt. 5 vocab

    21.

     

    Law and Order

    22.

     

    Law and Order

    25.

    NO SCHOOL

    26.

    Case #1

     

    27.

    Case #2

     

    28.

    Case #3

     

    29

    Case #4.

     

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

     
     
     
     
      
     
     

    June 1.

    1. Chpt. 5 notes

     

    2.

    1. Case #5

     

    3.

    1. Case #4
    2. Case #6
    Chapter 5

    12. begin PP

     

    4.

    Chapt. 5

    1. finish PP 5

    5.

    Chpt. 6
    1. vocab
    2. 6_judge 

    3. 6_concepts

    4. Start pp_6

     

     

    8.

    1. Finish PP
     

    9.

    Finish PP
    Print pp slides 1-6 on 1 sheet
    Print 6 cncepts
    print 6 judge
    6_on_line

     

     

    10.

     

    11.

     

    12.

     

    15.

    LAST DAY OF SCHOOL