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Campbell, A. Bruce; And Others – 1974
The primary focus of this legal education module, fifth of five to be integrated into an 11th grade American history course, is that the law is not an all powerful instrument of social control. Understandings, or objectives, consider the following: that the very nature of some social aims, such as brotherhood, places them beyond the limited…
Descriptors: Course Objectives, Grade 11, Laws, Legal Education
Campbell, A. Bruce; And Others – 1974
The primary focus of this legal education module, fourth of five to be integrated into an 11th grade American history course, is on the problems of maintaining a system of government in which officials who make, change, enforce, and apply laws do not unreasonably interfere with fundamental values and interests of the governed. Understandings, or…
Descriptors: Constitutional Law, Course Objectives, Elections, Government (Administrative Body)
Campbell, A. Bruce; And Others – 1974
The primary focus of this legal education module, third of five to be integrated into an 11th grade American history course, is on the relationship of social change and legal change. Students are asked to create a model for evaluating change processes, then to evaluate legal and extra-legal methods of influencing change. The module provides for…
Descriptors: Change Agents, Change Strategies, Civil Rights, Course Objectives
Campbell, A. Bruce; And Others – 1974
The primary focus of this legal education module, second of five to be integrated into an 11th grade American history course, is on the five legal tools needed to provided for the needs of our society. The functional analysis of government provided by this module allows students to investigate the various branches of government and administrative…
Descriptors: Course Objectives, Government (Administrative Body), Governmental Structure, Grade 11
Campbell, A. Bruce; And Others – 1974
The primary focus of this module, one of five to be integrated into an 11th grade American history course, is on the question: Is law necessary? Understandings, or objectives, deal with the use of the law as a necessary means of social control over antisocial behavior and dispute resolution; treat the social guidance function of law; examine the…
Descriptors: Antisocial Behavior, Conflict Resolution, Course Objectives, Grade 11