S: CHS Service Project for Spanish III / IV
FC: Survival Spanish for Law Enforcement Officers
1: Amanda | Hailey | Sarah G. | Tom | Mitchell | Kevin | Camilo | Erica | Lindsey | Corrie | Amber | Dalton | Kelly | Brandon | Hayley | Will | Sarah T. | Jade | Lauren
2: Getting Started... | To begin the process of making bilingual police cards you need to raise money. You can do a phone-a-thon, which is calling all the businesses in the phonebook. Also, you need to go to all of your local businesses to ask for sponsorships. And our school entered the My Harris Teeter Jingle. | 1. Fundraising
6: 2. Materials | ~ Eager & Knowledgeable Students! ~FUNDING ~Colored card stock paper (4 x 5 1/2) -Yellow -Blue -Green -Red -Orange ~Mailing Labels. (3 1/2 x 5) ~Laminating Film. ~ Laminating Machine. ~ Binders ~Audio CDs
8: 3. Sticking Labels | After printing all the info on the mailing labels have all the students assigned to a certain amount of pages. Have the students carefully place the labels on the construction paper pieces, and on the front of the page make sure the label is closer to the bottom, and for the back page make sure the labels are closer to the top. AS PERFECT AS POSSIBLE!!!
10: 4. Laminating | Make sure you have access to a laminating machine. When you get the machine or go to the machine enter the cards as close together without touching or overlapping. Have someone on the exit end to cut the sheets so they don't pile up on the floor and get wrinkled.
12: 5. Cutting Cards | Have your students get a few sections of laminated cards and cut the cards out. Have a box for each student with their name and card numbers. Put the cards in each individual box.
13: 6. Ordering the Cards | When all the cards are separated have each student get their box and put the same numbered cards in individual stacks. When everyone's cards are stacked in order make another stack with your student's cards in number order. Once that is done have the students sit in card order. The person with the first few pages will start and hand off to the next person and they will add their cards and so on.
14: 7.Binders | 1. Have black binders made with a blue line across the middle. 2. Have the cards sent off to have holes punched in them. 3. Once they come back put the cards in the binders. 4. Call all of the police departments you would like to have your cards and find out how many they would like, or you could separate them equally. 5. Place a book and a set of Miranda Rights in a manila folder for each book. 6. Put all of the folders for each police department in a box.
16: 8. Delivery | For delivery you need to contact a local police chief and a conference room to present your book. You will also need available to you a digital projector and screens. Contact someone from each police department to send a representative to receive their books. Have a presentation made to show the officers. Also, let your students speak not the teacher and rehearse!
19: Our class had to call around the to businesses in our county to raise money. | It took a lot of time and effort, but just calling wasn't enough. We had to go to other measures.
20: "My Harris Teeter Jingle" Contest | In this contest we had to learn the Harris Teeter Jingle and make a commercial. We all made shirts to wear in this commercial. In this contest you could win up to $10,000, but we didn't win this either.
21: But that doesn't mean we didn't have any fun!!! | We became one big family!!!
22: Next came making the actual product. Manually sticking the labels to the paper...as perfect as you could, or Mrs. Lovelace would have your tail!!
24: After the tedious work of sticking the labels came the laminating. Trying to save as much material as possible, Mrs. Lovelace quickly placed the cards down as close together as she could, while the students grabbed the sheets as they came out and cut them apart.