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Real Justice Teacher's Resource Guide
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Real Justice Teacher's Resource Guide

By Larry Swartz

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Series: Lorimer Real Justice

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The Lorimer Real Justice guide provides teachers with (a) an outline for helping students to choose books in the Real Justice series as well as (b) a choice of response activities that offer students opportunities to make sense of what they have read in a variety of modes.

Common Core connections are provided for each activity.

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Publication Details:

Binding: Book, 48 pages
Publication Date: 1st April 2015
ISBN: 9781459409392
Format: 11in x 8.5in

BISAC Code:  EDU011000, EDU029020, EDU029050
Imprint: Lorimer


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Real Justice

Real Justice

True stories of young people wrongfully convicted by the justice system

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Series features

  • Non-fiction narratives
  • Black and white photos
  • Curriculum tie-ins to high school and middle school civics, law, global history, and social studies
"The series is factual and unbiased, showing how wrongful convictions have occurred and giving voice to the stories of the innocent." —School Library Journal
"I would highly recommend any teacher (especially intermediate grades) use these books to engage their learners, spark discussion, and create a love and interest for reading!" —Janelle White, grade 7/8 teacher
"[Real Justice books] are quick and simple reads but will keep reluctant young adult readers flipping the pages to see how the stories turn out."
Canadian Children's Book News

Aimed at ages 13-17, these short narrative biographies tell stories of teens and young Canadians who fell afoul of the justice system and were wrongfully convicted of murder. Throughout their ordeals, they maintained their innocence and fought back, eventually proving that they were not guilty.

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