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AQA A2  Law revision Guide: Unit 3A Part 1

AQA A2 Law revision Guide: Unit 3A Part 1

This is a revision guide for part of unit 3 covering: The key principles of criminal under Actus reus and mens from AS AQA law Murder Voluntary Manslaughter Involuntary Manslaughter All subject areas come with compartmentalised cases and basic, clear examples to explain key elements in the law. Model answers are also included here to help illustrate structure and potential content for scenario questions. Finally, key problems and suggestions for reform are included for murder and voluntary manslaughter. Very useful for new teachers covering the subject or have difficulty in teaching the above areas of Law.
dredal84
Factual and Legal Causation

Factual and Legal Causation

This resource discusses the concept of factual and legal causation by explaining the 'but for' test using relevant case examples i.e. Pagett; White; and Hughes and legal causation explaining the de minimis rule, intervening acts such as the actions of a third party and the victims own act. Attached is a worksheet for the students to complete whilst researching/discussing the cases that ties in with the presentation and for visual learners there is an opportunity for students to illustrate each case which is useful for recall/revision purposes. There is a link (the heading of the last slide) to a video of the decision given by the Supreme Court in the case of Hughes (2013). There are four scenarios included on the presentation that give students the opportunity to apply the rules of causation.
a.colgrave
Citizenship:  Politics

Citizenship: Politics

Massive Politics and Government Bundle. Made for KS4 but easily adapted. Suitable for Citizenship drop down days, Citizenship lessons (each lesson is at least one hour) or can be used for Citizenship GCSE as many of the topics in the new spec are covered. 9 x fully resourced, highly-rated lesson packs. All 9 lesson packs are complete with one hour-long powerpoint, accompanying differentiated worksheets, clip links with questions, plenaries, clear LOs and starters. All are well differentiated to three levels throughout to enable clear evidence of progress for all students. The lessons are: The different systems of voting and electoral reform. 2. The differences between democracies and dictatorships. 3. The organisation of British local government and how it works. 4. Absolute and Constitutional monarchies vs Republics and the history behind how Britain came to be a constitutional monarchy. 5. The differences between communism and capitalism as forms of government, their advantages and disadvantages. 6. How general elections work in the UK 7. How MPs are elected in the UK 8. How Parliament works in the UK 9. A political quiz for students to see where their own political leanings lie. Many more inexpensive and free resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
EC_Resources
Court Room Badges - Criminal Law Mock Trial

Court Room Badges - Criminal Law Mock Trial

Set of 30 legal Badges that could be used to show students how a Magistrates or Crown court would be set up - I have included up to 30 Roles - Fully adaptable and could be used with your own mock trial resources to bring your classroom alive! Or allow the students to create their own theatre through role play and drama. Other popular Careers Resources include - See Below.. Free Careers Student Passport Careers and Enterprise Drop Down Days Educational UCAS and Careers Quiz Simple Introduction to Careers Unit Back to School Quiz Fast Food and Healthy Eating Quiz These resources work well with my other popular GCSE Citizenship Resources… Citizenship GCSE assessment Bundle 9-1 NEW GCSE New GCSE Citizenship 9-1 Government and Politics Unit New GCSE Citizenship 9-1 British constitution and Politics Unit New GCSE Citizenship 9-1 Rights and Responsibilities Unit Community and Multicultural Britain NATO, WTO and the Commonwealth
bkingsnorth
The creation of the Police service lecture one

The creation of the Police service lecture one

The resource gives an historical background into the creation of the police force and the Peel principles and has interactive sound a time test, and animations. It also raises issues of whether the modern police force still complies with the Peel principles so raises some critical issues like police misconduct and the move towards a more paramilitary force. The aim is to get learners in the right frame of mind to be critical and able to evaluate the evidence themselves.
AnthonyArthurHughes
Across The Board

Across The Board

A poem to enable discussion of gender politics in an ancient but familiar, and mathematical, context. Incidentally, what is the maximum possible number of Queens on the board?
BW_2012
Unit 10 - Caring for Children and Young People

Unit 10 - Caring for Children and Young People

Learning Objectives P1 -To identify reasons why children and young people might need to be looked after. This package includes: Engaging PowerPoint A controversial film trailer which immediately prompts discussions Worksheets Key Terms from the unit specification
Fquaicoe
Politics Quiz

Politics Quiz

A fun quiz for students all about British Political Parties to find out their own political leanings. Are they a Green, a Tory a Labour supporter or something else?
EC_Resources