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Lesson Plan Assignment. Goal. The student’s goal is to distinguish between the rule and the rule explanation. This goal is important because the reader must not only know what the rule states, but also understand the meaning of the rule. Bad Example. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Lesson Plan Assignment

  • GoalThe students goal is to distinguish between the rule and the rule explanation.This goal is important because the reader must not only know what the rule states, but also understand the meaning of the rule.

  • Bad ExampleRule: It is unlawful for people with bad haircuts to appear in public.Rule Explanation: Bad haircuts are those which are uneven, unusual or of unnatural color. Public places are those areas that are readily accessible by the public.

  • Good ExampleRule: It is unlawful for people with bad haircuts to appear in public. Bad haircuts are those which are uneven, unusual or of unnatural color. Public places are those areas that are readily accessible by the public.Rule Explanation: In the case of New York v. Pandell, 123 NY.2d, 456 (2005), the Court ruled that an exceptionally short haircut on an unsightly head did not constitute a bad haircut as defined in the New York Penal Code. However, in New York v. Myners, 234 NY.2d 789 (2005), the Court extended the concept of haircuts to apply to the appearance of all types of facial hair.

  • Exercise for Rule Statements and Rule Explanation

  • Rule ExplanationRule StatementClick on the Appropriate BoxIs the following statement a Rule Statement or Rule Explanation?It shall be unlawful for a student to complain, in public or private,about the workload, grading, editorial comments, or other elements of the curriculum associated with graduate courses forwhich the student receives less than 3.0 credit hours in a semester.

  • Rule ExplanationRule StatementClick on the Appropriate BoxThe court has held that whimpering and other forms of non-verbal expression are not complaining.Is the following statement a Rule Statement or Rule Explanation?

  • Rule ExplanationRule StatementClick on the Appropriate BoxPublic complaining about class workload discourages citizensfrom pursuing higher education.Is the following statement a Rule Statement or Rule Explanation?

  • Rule ExplanationRule StatementClick on the Appropriate BoxWorkload includes all reading and written assignments.Is the following statement a Rule Statement or Rule Explanation?

  • Rule ExplanationRule StatementClick on the Appropriate BoxGraduate courses include all courses taken by astudent after the student has received a bachelordegree from an accredited institution.Is the following statement a Rule Statement or Rule Explanation?

  • Rule ExplanationRule StatementClick on the Appropriate BoxSubsequent to expulsion, an individual is no longer a student,and therefore is free to complain in public or private.Is the following statement a Rule Statement or Rule Explanation?

  • ContinueYou are correct!

  • ContinueYou are WRONG!

  • ContinueYou are WRONG! Is English your first language?

  • ContinueCorrect! Your mother must be very proud of you!

  • ContinueYou are WRONG! Do you know how to drive a truck?

  • ContinueYou are correct! Lunch is on me.

  • ContinueYou are correct! Did Mr. Myers help you with your answer?

  • ContinueYou are WRONG! Dean Guernsey has revoked your letter of acceptance.

  • ContinueYou are correct! It is hard to understand why you perform so poorly on my exams.

  • ContinueYou are WRONG! I weep at night when I think of your career prospects.

  • ContinueYou are WRONG! To atone for your offense, please redo all three of last semesters research paths.

  • ContinueYou are correct! Perhaps your intelligence will make you more attractive to the opposite sex.

  • Lesson Completed

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