US Law Classroom Set with Print Teacher's Guide
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Living in the United States series is an abbreviated version of traditional basal programs. The low reading level; sophisticated page layout; and up-to-date, age-appropriate visuals make each Student Text and accompanying activities appealing to struggling readers. The standards-based programs are appropriate for on-level students, students with learning differences, and students and adults reading below grade level.
The full-color, 48-page Student Text features four easy-to-read chapters that focus on the laws and court systems of the United States. Students will be able to describe the basic structure and functions of the judicial branch of the U.S. government and the U.S. Supreme Court; explain the difference between trial courts and courts of appeals; and describe the trial process and its participants. Students will investigate important Supreme Court cases; learn how the juvenile justice system works; discover how laws about driving, drugs, and alcohol affect young people; understand search and seizure laws; and more.
The 110-page, reproducible Teacher's Guide has 64 student worksheets that reinforce each section of the Student Text. Also has a quiz for each chapter, a final review and test, and answer keys.
10 Student Texts and 1 Print Teacher's Guide.
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