Index of all Curriculum Units, 1978-2020
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Selecting a Unit number (such as 04.01.09) will take you to the Guide Entry for that Unit.


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Japan

Art

Woodblock Print
82.04.03 Visions of People: The Influences of Japanese Prints—Ukiyo-e Upon Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century French Art

Films
05.01.09 Japanese Ghosts, Demons, and Haunted Spaces
17.01.03 Anime and the Art of Storytelling

Jazz (see Music)

History of
82.04.06 Black American Musicans: Precursors of Jazz

Influence on Twentieth Century Art
01.02.08 The Influence of Jazz Music in Twentieth Century Art

Jews

Holocaust
80.06.01 The World War II Holocaust

Immigration to America (1850-1925)
79.02.02 From The Shtetl To The Tenement: The East European Jews and America, A Social History 1850-1925

Literature
89.05.06 Marginal Participants in the American Dream

Holidays
97.02.07 Blue Monday and Friends: Traditional Jewish Holidays Come Alive through the Art of Story-Telling

Jewelry

African
93.04.02 The History and Aesthetics of African Jewelry

Jones, LeRoi

Poetry

Alienation Theme
79.01.08 Parallel Studies in American/Afro-American Literature, Part II “Black and White Images in Alienation”

Journalism

American (1960-1970)
83.04.03 The News Media’s Coverage of the Vietnam War
83.04.05 The Revolution in Journalism with an Emphasis on the 1960’s and 1970’s
92.03.06 A Cultural Journalist’s View of City Life
06.03.09 New Journalism -- Narrowing the Gap between Fact and Fiction

in New Haven
89.05.04 The Modern Newspaper

Ethics of
19.01.09 Analyzing the Power and Responsibility of Media Makers in the Technology Classroom

Instruction
14.01.02 Looking Past Connections to Find the Bigger Story

New Journalism
06.03.09 New Journalism -- Narrowing the Gap between Fact and Fiction

Photography
06.01.01 War Photography: Propaganda, Outrage, and Empathy

Judicial System (see Criminal Justice; Law)

Connecticut
95.03.01 The Justice System and Connecticut’s Young People

Court System

American
95.03.03 Understanding Criminal Justice
96.01.09 Playing the Race Card: Two Famous Criminal Trials
00.02.04 Search and Seizure

Operation of
82.03.02 Child Custody
95.03.02 Understanding the Significance of the Nationalization of the Bill of Rights
95.03.04 The Mirror of Justice Is it Blind?

Criminal Justice

Administration of
95.03.02 Understanding the Significance of the Nationalization of the Bill of Rights
95.03.03 Understanding Criminal Justice
95.03.08 You and the Law—Beating the Odds

General
80.06.11 Administering Criminal Justice
95.03.01 The Justice System and Connecticut’s Young People
95.03.04 The Mirror of Justice Is it Blind?
00.02.04 Search and Seizure
00.02.06 Juvenile Justice/The Real Deal

Capital Punishment
95.03.09 The Death Sentence Remains A Question

Plea-Bargaining
80.06.11 Administering Criminal Justice

Prison System
80.06.05 Prisoners and Punishment
96.01.11 Multiculturalism and the Law: The Criminal Injustice System—The New Enslavement of People of Color

Forensic Science
95.03.07 Science and the Law

Insanity Defense and

Bill of Rights
00.02.02 ...By Reason of Insanity An Exploration of the Mental Disease/Defect Defense

Juvenile Justice

Juvenile Court System
00.02.05 Juvenile Delinquency: Cause and Effect
00.02.06 Juvenile Justice/The Real Deal

Mock Trial
90.02.10 Acting Up In Contemporary Law
96.01.09 Playing the Race Card: Two Famous Criminal Trials

School Desegregation

Supreme Court Cases
82.03.06 From Plessy v. Ferguson to Brown v. Board of Education: The Supreme Court Rules on School Desegregation

Student/Teacher Rights
88.01.02 The Constitution, Censorship and the Schools: Tennessee v. John Thomas Scopes

Teenage Rights
88.01.01 Debating Teenage Rights

Juvenile Delinquency

Concept and Theory
00.02.05 Juvenile Delinquency: Cause and Effect

Self-Esteem Building
94.01.04 Teaching Juveniles How to Plan for The Future

General
00.02.01 Rehabilitation and Control of Juvenile Delinquency Offenders
00.02.07 Why Juveniles Commit Crimes

Juvenile Justice

Cause and Effect
00.02.05 Juvenile Delinquency: Cause and Effect



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