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Justice In the Classroom: Instructional Video

Welcome

What is Justice in the Classroom?

How can it help you teach history, civics and government?

Powhatan High School master teacher, Greg Ownby, introduces the Standards of Learning (SOL) based Justice in the Classroom lesson plans and website. It is high tech, low tech, primary source-based and engaging. It is ready to use in your classroom tomorrow!

Justice In the Classroom: Instructional Video

Using Justiceinthe
Classroom.net

How do I use JusticeintheClassroom.net?

Greg Ownby explains, step-by-step, the organization and use of this instructive website.

Justice In the Classroom: Instructional Video

Lesson Plan Overview

What is a “hook”? What is “active learning?”

Learn about the Justice in the Classroom standards-based lesson plans. From struggling students to advanced learners, see the engaging activities from tweets to gallery walks, from commercials to “quizlets” -- all used to create a vibrant and exciting classroom.

Justice In the Classroom: Instructional Video

Revolutionary
Gallery Walk

Energize your classroom.

Take a walk with history!

Justice In the Classroom: Instructional Video

Election of 1800
Attack Ads

Everything old is new again.

See how YouTube may be useful in the classroom.

Justice In the Classroom: Instructional Video

Sorting Out
Political Parties

Watch students compete in “a throw-down” review of the first political parties.

Fun and prizes never fail!

Justice In the Classroom: Instructional Video

The Rule of Law

Learning why playing by the “rules” rules!

Justice In the Classroom: Instructional Video

Judicial Systems

How do apple juice and orange juice teach “jurisdiction?”

Justice In the Classroom: Instructional Video

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