Intro to capital punishment. This lesson looks at what capital punishment is and the reasoning for and against it.
Students reflect on a series of high profile case studies and consider whether they feel capital punishment can be just.
Links to RS edexcel syllabus.
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Crime and Punishment
These three lessons explore the differing theories of punishment (deterrence, rehabilitation, reform and retribution) and capital punishment; first through reflecting on the morality of capital punishment by looking at high profile murder cases and then investigating differing Christian attitudes to state sanctioned executions.
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I'm really sorry you didn't feel the resource was value for money. I put a lot of consideration into how to get students to engage with the topic, and then researching different case studies (some of which I choose not to include), making the details age appropriate, etc - obviously this all takes a lot of thought and time.
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Really good ideas and a good variety of activities which will stimulate lots of discussion.
thanks for sharing
thank you so much a fantastic set of resources. I am sure my pupils will engage in the activities
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