Due Tuesday September 16th ATBOC
Research Teen DUI Prevention Programs on-line and come to class
with a short description of the program you think will work. Your "program"
must be from another State than Washington. You should document the following
and bring to class: Name of Program, City/State of Origin, How Does it Work?,
Was it Successful?
Criminal Justice Assignment #1
Riots & Community Policing: Making Sense of the First two
Weeks of This Class
Paper/Socratic Seminar Due - September
Students have a choice of writing a short (750 words minimum) reaction
paper or participating in a Socratic Seminar on this subject. Both the paper
and seminar must reflect additional research outside the classroom material
provided by Mr. Krieble. At a minimum, two additional news articles or similar
references must be incorporated into your paper/seminar notes.
The essential components of either assignment include the following:
• “Community Policing: Building Relationships”
• “What Caused the Ferguson Riots…”
• UC Irvine Riots/Pepper Spray Video
• Seattle Times: Four Seattle-area Families Share Concerns
• SARA worksheet
• Sammamish IDEA Project Flyer
• Officer Hall’s Presentation
• Class Discussion
• Two additional articles re: Ferguson Riots
20% Organization: Thesis paragraph, 3-5 paragraphs that reflect
essential content/position, conclusion
70% Clarity of Ideas summarizing the essential components
Homework Assignment Due Friday,
"My Gift to My Friends: Teen DUI
Prevention Program in Sammamish/Issaquah"
In one written paragraph explain your idea for a class project that can be
accomplished this school year that will set in place a program to address Teen
DUI in our area. Explain in your thesis, how the program would work, how much
money or materials would be required, and how we could measure the success of
the program. This paragraph is due ATBOC - at the beginning of class. Don't
miss out on these easy homework points!
RCW Fairy Tale
due Monday, October 6th.
Bedtime stories should not be so violent!
Write/type a modern day version of an assigned fairy tale story and
insert the applicable RCW statute that would describe the crime(s) that occur.
Your analysis of each crime should include language that
effectively incorporates the vocabulary terms mens rea, actus reas, culpable,
proximate cause and the applicable mental state according to Washington State
Law. For each crime, state whether it is a misdemeanor or felony and explain
why. What is the punishment for each crime in this State?
Note: There will be a "spot check" progress grade on this Friday (October 3rd)
at the end of class.
Two methods of completing this assignment:
1. Type a story (500-1000 words) and embed your legal analysis into it.
2. Copy-paste graphics and images (draw if you are a good artist!) onto
a poster board and show in sequence the major crimes occurring in your story.
Type a post card sized summary of the criminal statutes that describe each
event as outlined above. Consider this poster as an educational poster for the
uninformed concerning Washington State Criminal Law.
Teen Dating Violence
- Letter to Friend/Sibling
Assignment Due ATBOC
Wednesday November 5th
Using the website www.breakthecycle.org as a basis of research and as the
rubric for required content, type a letter to your best friend or younger
sibling who is about to enter the difficult years associated with teen dating.
The context of this letter is that you will be travelling abroad for three
years and will not be physically available to be the older, more knowledgeable
and experienced friend/brother/sister to help them along in times of need.
Focus your attention on building content in your letter that reflects the
eleven “Warning Signs” and the six summaries
(Summary in Brief) found in the Tween Dating Relationship Survey
section of this website. As you organize your letter to contain rich and
meaningful content, when you express any of the summaries and warning signs,
cite them accordingly by indicating WS5 (example) as a warning sign and SB3
(example) as one of the summaries of the survey.
If your letter is directed at a male friend/sibling, you would likely
address the negative/abusive behaviors most often attributed to the male half
of a domestic relationship that should not be exhibited for a healthy
relationship to exist…or ignored if they witness these occurring in the
relationships of people they know.
Note: Extra credit points will be given to the extent that you also
incorporate into this letter relevant elements (laws and definitions). found
in the Revised Code of Washington, that we have considered in