I have created a series of flash cards set out as follows:
Border colours to cards:
- Purple = Overview of topic (why did crime / law enforcement change in this era)
- Green = Crimes in this time period
- Blue = Law enforcement in this time period
- Red = Punishment in this time period
- Yellow = Case study in this time period
- Black = Whitechapel Case study.
Each card is laid out as follows:
- Time period
- Name of factor / event
- Description of the event
- Specific facts for factor / event
I have created these cards for my current year 10 and 11s and I’ve had a lot of positive feedback from them. We have used them for revision, to prepare for GCSE practice questions, for starter and plenary activity and for peer led questioning. The cards just about fit into most modern school blazer front pockets, so many of my students have taken to keeping them on their person at all times. The colour coded borders have made it easy to compare factors across time periods, such as - how has poaching developed as a crime 1000-1900.
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