Your task. Use your knowledge and the link below to read about the Miranda v. Arizona case. You can work with a partner.
Complete one of the following. Your finished product should depict the Miranda Rights from one of the following perspectives:
Law enforcement officials
Civil/criminal rights group
Victims' rights group
Directions: Do one of the following from the perspective of either an officer, criminal rights group, prosecutor, defense attorney, victims' rights group or general public. You are explaining the Miranda rights from one of those viewpoints.
1. Create a political cartoon. If you use the computer, you should create a story board.
2. Write a speech to be delivered to an audience. On a separate sheet of paper, write a paragraph in which you describe the target audience and the speech techniques used.
3. Create a brochure, flyer, or print advertisement. Your brochure should contain visuals and text. On a separate sheet of paper, write a paragraph in which you explain the message, the target audience, and the propaganda techniques used.
4. Create a storyboard (series of visuals with dialogue or captions) for a television commercial. On a separate sheet of paper, write a paragraph in which you explain the message, the target audience, the propaganda techniques, and the video and audio techniques used. Try usinghttp://www.storyboardthat.com/