COART ROOM DICTIONARY
1. Objec(on: It is a mo(on during a trial
2. Jus(ce: It is a concept based on moral rights
3. Jail: A prison
5.iInnocent: Free from moral wrong.
6. Lawyer: A person that defend people in a court.
7. Charges: To ask for a fee 8. Witness: To be see by a person.
9. Fair trial: A trial that is conducted with fair
10. Oﬃcer: A policeman
11. Prosecu(on: People that ﬁght against the person in trial
12. Case: A situa(on
13. The accused: The person on trial
14. The verdict: The decision if the person is guilty or innocent
15. The defense: A person against in the trial
17. Cons(tu(on: The book of laws.
18. Evidence: Informa(on presented to the judge
19. Tes(fy: testament of the witnes
20. Jury: people that give the verdict in a case.
1. An objec2on is not a rejec2on; it is simply a request for more informa2on. 2. In ma?ers of truth and jus2ce, there is no diﬀerence between large and small problems, for issues concerning the treatment of people are all the same 3. All of North Korea is a jail. . 4. Keep your voice up-‐ louder, keep talking. 5. Jurors may be excused.-‐ 6. Please remain standing-‐ keep standing 1. You may come forward 2. According to the law.. 3. You had been assign charges 4. You may step down-‐ come forward. 5. Keep your voice up-‐ keep talking
EXPOSISTION PROTAGONIST Juror 8 ANTAGONIST JUROR 3 SETTING PLACE:Place in a court in ney york city in america SETTING TIME: 1950s Death penalty was s2ll exis2ng , world war II was over , womans dont have righhts , The UN wasent established , they start vo2ng INTERNAL CONFLICT : The juror 8 is coincient about the kid and he dosent want to send him to the court EXTERNAL CONFLICT: Nobody wants to support the juror 8 RISING ACTION 1. All jurors gathered in a courtroom to discuss the case about a kid killing his father 2. The foreman started with a vo2ng, everybody votes guilty except one juror. 3. The jurors say that there are proves from a woman that saw the murdered when she was in the train. “the woman across the street tes2ﬁed that a moment aber she saw the killing 4 The kid said that he was at the movies, but he didn’t remember anything from the movie. 5 Jurors started to argue between them and to the 8th juror because they think that he is wrong and that there are enough proves to say that the kid is guilty 6 An old man heard the boy shou2ng to his father “didn’t the old man see him running out of the house”
Climax That the votes were 6 in favor and 6 against FALLING ACTION Everyone was starts vo2ng that he is inocent RESOLUTION When they make to change opinión juror number 3 and he tears the photo of his son. “3Rd Juror: All right “Not Guilty” THEME The story give me , that you cannot talk before you know the prson , that is prejudice.
HOW ARE THEY ARE ALIKE
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THE BOY HAS 18 YEARS YOU CAN SEE THE EXPRESSIONS OF THE JURIES YOU CAN SEE THE SETTING THE JURY 3 HAS A BLACK HAIR AND IS NOBLE A ROOM WITH A BIG TABLE AND LABATORY ROOM
BOOK THE BOY HAS 16 YEARS YOU READ THE EXPRESSIONS OF THE JURIES THEY NARRATE YOU THE SETTING A SMALL ROOM THEY DONT SHOW YOY THE BOY I IMAGINE THE CLIMAX WHEN I SEE THE RESOLUTION
WICH VERSION DIS YOU PREFER? THE MOST VERSION THAT I PREFER WS THE MOVIE BECAUSE I UNDERSTAND MORE THE STORY , AND THE DETAILS ARE MORE SPECIFIC AND I DONT LIKE READING SO I UNDERSTAND MORE THE MOVIE.
Juror 8 Physical Descrip2on: Juror 8 is a tall, with black hair, skinny, serious and calm. Direct/Indirect Characteriza2on: -‐He is distrac2ve. -‐He gives proves to convince the other jurors the guy might not be guilty. -‐He believes in jus2ce and want enough proves before making any kind of decision. Other feeling, thoughts, words toward him: -‐At the beginning nobody was in agreement with him and all the jurors thought he was incorrect. -‐Juror 3 s2ll don’t agree with him and start to oﬀend, with words and ac2ons. -‐Jurors sytart to see they have to make the right decision and vote for not guilty