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Overview:
Interacting with law enforcement can be a very negative experience. This lesson provides vocabulary and body language exercises that may help students have more positive interactions with police. The ‘ponder’ activities are designed to give students tools to change how they are perceived.
Subject:
English Language Arts
Level:
Adult Education
Material Type:
Lesson Plan, Simulation
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Date Added:
04/26/2016
License:
Creative Commons Attribution
Language:
English
Media Format:
Text/HTML

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Jim Gravley on Jun 29, 10:56am

Not a fan of this type of curriculum and it actually misses the mark in today's education with young police officers and society in general. The goal should be aimed more towards how police seek to learn and understand the public in potentially volatile situations, not the other way around. Students should be taught civics, which will encompass interactions with authority, not specifically how to interact with the police.

Edward Wilson on Apr 25, 09:23am

This does not make make police look good, or bad. It does try to remove some of the avoidable issues that can make interactions with enforcement go poorly.

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