This volume is divided into two sections. Section A provides four different types of classroom activities (crosswords, gap-fills, dominoes and word searches) which develops understanding and recall of 40 case facts. Section B has the same format, but now shifts the focus onto the points of law established by those 40 cases. In addition, there is a handy revision guide at the beginning of this volume that summarises the facts and points of law in each case considered. Here, it is noteworthy that all of these activities use the same statements of case facts and points of law, which means that all students are learning precisely the same, albeit through different methods of delivery. This volume begins with a separate fifth resource, a differentiated matching activity..
This book provides a comprehensive bank of resources to deliver highly effective lessons on the topic of judicial precedent. Indeed, by having four different methods to help students learn the facts and points of law of each judicial precedent case, teachers can offer impressive opportunities for classroom differentiation. Your students will be delighted to have access to these clear, helpful and high quality resources.
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