Module 4: Due Process and Juvenile Critical Thinking #9 – Chapter 9 This activity includes reading the assigned chapters (articles, etc.) in their entirety and completing the assigned quiz. In addit
Module 4: Due Process and Juvenile
Critical Thinking #9 – Chapter 9
This activity includes reading the assigned chapters (articles, etc.) in their entirety and completing the assigned quiz. In addition, you are also required to submit the following in a minimum one-page summary document uploaded to the designated grading portal.
(1) The title of the assigned readings
(2) At least five main things you learned from the assigned reading. Please note – this should be a discussion of five substantive things learned from the assigned reading. DO NOT COPY THE SUMMARY OF THE CHAPTER! YOU WILL RECEIVE ZERO POINTS IF YOU DO!
(3) What is/was not clear to you; please indicate the page number so I can respond accordingly. If you understood everything, please say so.
(4) What made you think, and why (please discuss the “what” and the “why”). Further instructions on completing this assignment will be posted in the modules.
POINTS will be allotted as follows:
(1) The topic of reading – 2 Point
(2) List and discuss at least five significant arguments/things you learned from the assigned reading – 15 Points
(3) What is/was not clear to you – please identify the page – 2 Points
(4) What made you think? – 6 Points
Next: Answer discussion board question below using CHAPTER 9:
Module 4: Due Process and Juvenile
Week 9 – DISCUSSION BOARD #9
Instructions: These assignments need to be completed in the time allotted. Students will be required to post one (1) initial response to the posted activity/questions and AT LEAST TWO (2) supplemental responses based on another student’s post. Your response to your classmate’s posts should add to the discussion (i.e., reflecting on their response, asking questions, etc.). Students who fail to participate in the weekly discussions or respond that show they have not read and understood the material will not receive their participation mark for the week. All responses should address the issues raised and not attack the student who raised the questions or arguments. Please ensure that your response is your own thoughts, using all assigned materials – don’t rely on your personal opinion or only on quotes from the textbook.
The best way to improve your discussion-post scores is to reply to my comments and questions. You are expected to post high-quality messages (e.g., well-written, addressing multiple perspectives, citing sources, etc.) related to the discussion topic. Your grade for discussion boards will be based on both the quantity and quality of your contributions. In other words, I will keep track of how often you post meaningful, substantive contributions to class discussion. I will also consider whether your contributions demonstrate responsiveness to the reading assignments, my posts, and your classmates’ posts.
Please post your initial discussion board response by 11:59 PM on Wednesday of the week the discussion opens. You must then log in throughout the rest of the period for the discussion activity and submit a minimum of two replies to your classmates’ posts. Discussions will close by 11:59 PM on Sunday.
Discussion Board Activity:
- Should there be one uniform age for all rights and responsibilities? If so, what age do you suggest? 18? 21? 16? If not, what do you suggest as the best age for various issues such as legal drinking, age of liability for criminal court processing, age of eligibility for military service, and so forth? Discuss your thoughts in light of the information presented in Chapter 9.