Constitutional Law | Outline: MWTH

Date Week Topic Reading or Form to Complete
Assignment
March 5-9

ONE

Getting to Know You link click me to complete Google Form.
Review our Course Website by clicking here; buy the course reader; complete the google form.
Mar. 12-16

TWO

Citizenship, Residence, and Civic Identity
Attendance Google Form:by clicking here Attendance Verification

Click here to complete the brief survey about citizenship, residence, and civic identity.


Mar. 19-23

THREE

Law and Identity: Discussion Question 1
 Introduction, Originalism the Lesser Evil, I am Tired of Being Labelled, Miller v. California and Robert Mapplethorpe, Scott v. Sandford, In Reflection. Click here to complete Discussion Questions 1
Mar. 26-30 FOUR  Inquiry Question and In Reflection
 Finish Section 1 and Begin Section 2. Click here to complete the Inquiry Questions
April 2-6 FIVE  NO CLASS
 NO CLASS Spring Recess begins March 30 and ends April 8;
Apr. 9-13
SIX  Law and Agency: Discussion Questions 2
 Clash of the Civilizations, Quest for Legal Sovereignty, Letter from a Birmingham Jail, Law, Society & Justice with D+CPAR, Politics of Land Reform  Click here to complete Discussion Questions 2
Apr. 16-20
SEVEN  Law and Identity, Law and Agency: Peer Interviews  Each of you will be assigned a peer to interview. In the Google form please provide the email address you want me to share with other students. This can be the same email you shared with me but does not have to be.  Click here to complete the Peer Interview Email and Question Form.
Apr. 23-27
EIGHT  Peer Interview and Section 3 Peer Discussion Questions.  Section 2 In Reflection Interview of Peer: Google Form;

Section 3 Discussion Questions: Google Form. You will need to provide both your response and your peer’s. One of you should agree to enter the data for both of you.

Click here to complete Section 2 In reflection peer interview;
Click here to complete Section 3 Peer Discussion Questions.
Apr. 30 – May 4
NINE  Law and Advocacy: Discussion Question 3  Finish Section 3 and answer Discussion Questions 3 individually. Consider working with your peer from now on to discuss how the class is going.  Click here to answer Discussion Question 3 individually.
May 7-11

TEN

 Brown v. Board Doll Studies, Power of Self-Definition, Planned Parenthood v. Casey, The Modern Clerkship: Ginsberg, InThose Years Click here to answer the Section 3 In Reflection Questions and review peer responses;
May 14-18

ELEVEN

  Brown v. Board Doll Studies, Power of Self-Definition, Planned Parenthood v. Casey, The Modern Clerkship: Ginsberg, InThose Years Click here to answer the Section 3 In Reflection Questions and review peer responses; If you completed this assignment in week 10 you have no additional work to do this week.
May 21-25
TWELVE  Section 4: Civic Advocacy through Action Research in the Community  Declaration of Independence v. Lincoln’s Portrait, Marbury v. Madison, Behavorial Theory of Organizations, Federalsit Paper 47, Confronting Class, If the War Goes On, Plessy v. Ferguson, Remix, Looking for Palestine, You have to Work Harder  Click here to answer In Reflection,
May 30 – June 1
THIRTEEN  Digital + Critical Particapatory Action Research  Email me at jasonmleggettkbcc@gmail.com with your one page draft of a proposal research project for future students or for me. Include what the project is about, where the study should take place, and how it relates to civic identity, agency and advocacy.
June 4- FOURTEEN  Feedback  Feedback  I will email you will feedback for your final project submission.
June 8

late submissions will receive a full letter grade drop. For example, what would have been an A will be graded as a B.  

 Final essay due  Click here to watch a video on CPAR by Dr. Michelle Fine.  Final D+CPAR projects due. 3-5 pages, include citations or resources, and how this project would solve a challenge or problem in the community, country, or world.

Grading rubric by clicking here