Fermilab LInC Online
Were The Three Bears Robbed?
An Issue of Teen Rights
|To be successful in school and in the world of work, students must be able to use a wide variety of information resources (written, visual and electronic). They must also know how to frame questions for inquiry, identify and organize relevant information and communicate it effectively in a variety of formats. These skills are critical in school across all learning areas and are key to successful career and lifelong learning experiences.|
|You will be studying the Constitution Amendments through the use of fairy tale characters. Read the fairy tale assigned to you. Identify any rights that have been violated and then research the Constitutional amendments to support your findings.|
|Students will be asked to search the internet using their homework responses and log/print the results of the search for the top 10 queries. The printout's are placed in the students "Rights" folder. Special Note: Students will be asked to Briefly review a netiquette website and the Chicago Public School's standards for usage. Instructor redirects search to a specific legal or political sites to ensure students are on track for social studies assignment. Legal Site, Law Firm, and/or Political Site|
Students will be asked to answer survey questions,
analyze the results and make a bar graph of their findings.
Created for the Fermilab LInC program sponsored by Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory Education Office, Friends of Fermilab, United States Department of Energy, Illinois State Board of Education, and North Central Regional Technology in Education Consortium which is operated by North Central Regional Educational Laboratory (NCREL).
Created: October 18, 1997 - Updated: December 8, 1997
Special Thanks to The Fermi Team and Barry Clips Without Whom....