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Transcript

A Swashbucklin' Quest for Justice

Ahoy, Matey! The High Seas of Justice Await! X marks your Civics checkpoints before claiming the treasure at the end of yer quest!Click on each RED X to complete each task on your journey!

4.01

Isle of Squawking Justice

4.02

Fort of the Lawless

4.07

The Uncharted Archipelago

4.03

The Isle of Ink and Quill

Answer each of the following questions Correctly to show your Knowledge of Judicial Review and Make the Captain Walk The plank!

The Gavel Gauntlet

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Time to HEAD ON BACK TO THE MAP TO SEE WHERE YOUR NEXT ADVENTURE TAKES YOU!

You BeAT THE CAPTAINS TEST!

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X marks the SPOT

CHOOSE 3 Questions to answer about the Electoral College,GET three in a row (horizontally, vertically, or diagonally) to win and claim your Treasure!

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How many total electoral votes are there?

Why does each state get a different number of electoral votes?

Compare and contrast the popular vote and the electoral vote.

Do you think the Electoral College is a fair system? Why or why not?

Why was the Electoral College was created by the Founding Fathers?

What happens if no candidate gets a majority of electoral votes?

What is the process called where citizens directly cast their votes for a candidate?

If you were creating a new voting system for the US. Would you keep the Electoral College? Why or why not?

True or False: Every state has the same number of electoral votes

ONWARD TO YOUR TREASURE!

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Yo ho ho! You've Struck GOLD!

1. Click on your 4.08 assignment under "Assessments". 2. Type today's date in the student comments box then hit submit!

  • I will put in the feedback about today's DBA and your score.
  • I will also include the password for the module 4 exam at the end of the DBA feedback.
  • You will also use this password for all of the quizzes in module 5!

Here's how to claim your treasure

Let's Connect, Extend & Challenge what you know about the First Amendment

The Isle of Ink and Quill

Connect: Is it important to be able to share your opinions, even if others disagree? Why or why not?

Extend (The Hazelwood Case): Some student journalists wrote articles about teen pregnancy and divorce, but the principal wouldn't let them publish them. Why not?

Challenge: Are there ever situations where free speech might be limited in school (or even out of it)? For example, if someone wrote something mean or threatening?

Gideon's GambleYour neighbor, Mr. Garcia, gets arrested for vandalism at the local park. He can't afford a fancy lawyer to defend him in court. Should he be forced to represent himself in a trial with complicated legal procedures?

The Miranda Mishap Imagine you're walking home from school when a police officer flags you down because you "fit the description" of a suspected shoplifter. They take you down to the station for questioning.Based on the Miranda v. Arizona case what should the police officer do before questioning you?

Just like any good pirate deserves a fair trial, so too do citizens taken before the court. Lesson 4.02 held a treasure trove of knowledge about some landmark Supreme Court cases that protect the rights of the accused!

Fort of the Lawless

Will you solve the Miranda Mishap or attempt Gideon's Gamble?

Captain's Conundrum

Are there any situations where you think it might be okay to limit the rights of the accused? Why or why not?