English and Criminology: Annabel, Cagney, Cookie, Romeo, Geuliette, and Lacey

ENGLISH:  Reminder, all essays are to be completed by tomorrow (Friday), unless I have given permission for a later submission.  The topics are:

Monday: Trustworthiness

Tuesday:  Respect

Wednesday: Responsibility

Thursday: Fairness and Caring (3 paragraphs for all groups)

All groups are to write 2 paragraphs on each topic (Annabel and Cookie groups must write 3 paragraphs on each topic).  We have discussed many examples for each topic and the students have had each day in class to solely work on these essays. These essays, along with the vocabulary quiz, will be the final grades added to this quarter!!

ALL GROUPS WILL BE TAKING THEIR VOCABULARY QUIZ TOMORROW (EXCEPT FOR THE ANNABEL) GROUP, SO PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU STUDY!!

Criminology:  Cagney and Cookie groups have an open note quiz tomorrow as well so make sure you have all of your notes with you!!  You will not be allowed to share notes in class.  Annabel group will take their quiz next week as we will not have class due to the shortened day tomorrow.

**If you have any questions please e-mail me at Amarieshipman@aol.com

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Criminology: Cookie, Cagney, and Annabel Groups

The students in these groups are to research the Broken Windows Theory and explain their findings in two paragraphs.  I stressed in class that the paragraphs should contain their own words and not information directly copied from any website.  This is due next Friday September 18th.  Please note that even if a child was absent on Friday September 11th, they are still responsible for having this homework completed by the due date!

Criminology: Annabel Group

***Reminder:  Students in this group received these words last Friday (August 21st).  They were to define each word and chose 10 words to provide examples for.

1. Cohort  2. Common Law  3. Conflict Perspective  4. Consensus Perspective  5. Crime  6. Criminal Intent                7. Criminology  8. Excuse  9. Justification  10. Law  11. Norm  12. Observation  13. Patterns of Crime                            14. Sanction  15. Status Offense