It's the Law!: A Young Person's Guide to Our Legal System, Facilitator's Guide
Volcano Press, 1994 - 219 halaman
This facilitator's guide helps adults present young people a view of the U.S. justice system and to involve them in the idea of the legal process, understanding the rights and responsibilities of participating in their government, laws, and the justice system. The guide also helps them understand the consequences of breaking the law. The 18 chapters include: (1) "What This Book Is About"; (2) "What Is a Law?"; (3) "Justice"; (4) "Control"; (5) "Why Do We Need Laws?"; (6) "Who Makes Our Laws?"; (7) "How Our Laws Are Made"; (8) "Kinds of Laws"; (9) "To Change a Law"; (10) "When People Break the Law"; (11) "Under Arrest!"; (12) "The Right to a Trial"; (13) "What Happens at a Trial"; (14) "Juvenile Justice"; (15) "Challenges"; (16) "The Constitution of the United States"; (17)"Amendments to the Constitution"; and (18) "It's All About You!" An expanded glossary of legal terms and a mock trial script conclude the book. (EH)
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What This Book Is About
What Is a Law?
Why Do We Need Laws?
Who Makes Our Law?
How Our Laws Are Made
Kinds of Law
The Constitution of the United States
Amendments to the Constitution
Its All About You
Activities and Games
Judge for Yourself
Being a Witness
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