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Essential Questions: How do court decisions impact the lives of citizens? Learning Target: IWBAT diagram the levels, functions, and powers of courts at state and federal levels .

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Unit 5 lesson 2 level and functions of courts

  • Essential Questions: How do court decisions impact the lives of citizens?

  • Learning Target: IWBAT diagram the levels, functions, and powers of courts at state and federal levels.

  • Formative Assessment(s): Diagram in a flow chart where a case begins in a federal court and where it ends in a federal court.

Homework: Vocabulary

  • Daily Rubric: 4 – I fully understand

    the learning target and I am ready to move on

  • 3 – I feel like I have a good understanding of the learning target but I need to cover it a little more

  • 2 – I feel kind of lost on the learning target and I need a lot of review before I can move on

  • 1 – I am completely lost and feel like I need to completely cover this learning target over

Unit 5, Lesson 2Level and functions of Courts


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TYPES OF CASES HEARD

Based on what we know about about types of law, which court, Federal or State, would likely handle cases dealing with civil law? Criminal law? Constitutional law? Military law?

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Vocabulary

  • District Court:

  • Court of Appeals:

  • US Supreme Court:

  • Remand:

  • Appeal:

  • Original jurisdiction:

  • Appellate jurisdiction:

Vocabulary


Vocabulary1

  • District Court: Lower federal courts that have original jurisdiction in most cases involving federal laws

  • Court of Appeals: Federal courts that review decisions appealed from district courts.

  • US Supreme Court: The highest judicial court in the U.S.

  • Remand: To return an appealed case to a lower court for a new trial.

  • Appeal: The right of a convicted person to ask a higher court to review his or her case.

  • Original jurisdiction: The authority of a court to be the first court to hold trials in certain kinds of cases.

  • Appellate jurisdiction: The authority of some courts to review decisions made by lower courts

Vocabulary


Activity

  • Read page 186-187 diagram

  • Answer practice EOC question on page 194.

  • http://www.icivics.org/games/court-quest

Activity


Formative assessment

Diagram in a flow chart where a case begins in a federal court and where it ends in a federal court.

Formative Assessment


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