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Welcome to my shop! I teach a range of subjects and here you can find access to all the lovely resources that I use in my lessons. I use a range of work booklets, activity sheets, case studies and presentations.

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Welcome to my shop! I teach a range of subjects and here you can find access to all the lovely resources that I use in my lessons. I use a range of work booklets, activity sheets, case studies and presentations.
Unit 4 Crime and Punishment-EXAM UNIT (New Spec) WHOLE UNIT BUNDLE
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Unit 4 Crime and Punishment-EXAM UNIT (New Spec) WHOLE UNIT BUNDLE

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This is a bundle of all the teaching resources you would need for the teaching and learning of Unit 4 Crime and Punishment (the externally examined unit). The resources provided are for Level 3 students studying Criminology (Eduqas/WJEC spec). Each lesson contains a mixture of engaging tasks. The activities vary from case studies, scaffolding sheets, link to theorists, exam questions, homework and many other things. I always do an introduction lesson for each unit and I find that this really helps to “set the scene” for what the students are about to learn. I have included these resources in the bundle. Given the current nature of students learning from home, I have also created a STUDENT REVISION PACK that my students have found really useful. I have set them deadlines for each section so I can see that they are learning and revising from home. I have also set them exam questions and they have taken pictures of their timed essays and emailed them into me. Feel free to message me with any questions as I know that this is a new course! I am now known as the Criminology Guru at my college so I am happy to help. I hope you find these resources helpful- particularly if you are new to teaching Criminology. My specialism is Law and Criminology so I also welcome any Law related questions also. rachael.s.roberts@hotmail.co.uk
Health&Social Care: Unit 14 Physiological Disorders- WHOLE UNIT Bundle
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Health&Social Care: Unit 14 Physiological Disorders- WHOLE UNIT Bundle

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Within this bundle you will find all the lessons and work booklets for both teacher and student to complete the full unit. Once the students have completed the booklets, this will give them a framework to help them start writing their assignments independently. This bundle pack contains all of the Pass, Merit and Distinction criteria…and therefore saves on lots of planning! Enjoy!
Taster Session/Induction in Health and Social Care- Lesson and worksheets (Care Values)
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Taster Session/Induction in Health and Social Care- Lesson and worksheets (Care Values)

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These resources contain a lesson power point and activity work sheets. This lesson serves as an induction for students who are thinking about (or have already chosen) BTEC Health and Social Care. It gives students a taste of how lessons are broken down into pass, merit and distinction criteria. This lesson would be either an ideal 'induction lesson' or a 'first lesson introduction' in September for new starters. This is why I have chosen the 'Care Values' topic as this is a core basis for anyone who wants to learn more about Health and Social Care.
WHOLE UNIT BUNDLE for A Level Contract Law
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WHOLE UNIT BUNDLE for A Level Contract Law

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This is a bundle of all the teaching resources you would need for the teaching and learning of Component 3 Section B of the OCR specification. The content can be adapted to any law specification. The resources provided are for Contract Law and the following areas are included: Formation of Contract (intention/offer/acceptance/consideration) Contract Terms (express/implied/exclusion clauses) Privity of Contract Vitiating Factors Discharge Remedies Each lesson contains legal principles and cases where relevant to the spec. There are activities and a range of other resources to help you deliver this topic with ease. Please feel free to email me with any questions should you need any help. I hope these resources help you. rachael.s.roberts@hotmail.co.uk
Criminology (New Spec) UNIT 3 Crime Scene to Court Room WHOLE UNIT BUNDLE
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Criminology (New Spec) UNIT 3 Crime Scene to Court Room WHOLE UNIT BUNDLE

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This is a bundle of all the teaching resources you would need for the teaching and learning of Unit 3 Crime Scene to Courtroom (the controlled assessment) of the Level 3 course. The resources provided are for Level 3 students studying Criminology (Eduqas/WJEC spec). Each lesson contains a power point and booklet for students to write in. I personally, use the booklets to keep track and ensure that students are doing what they should be. As you can’t mark student work until the end of the controlled assessment period- this really has helped me to track student progress. I get students to hand in their booklets after I have finished teaching each assignment criteria. This ensures that they are doing their independent research outside of lesson. I have based these resources/lessons on the Gareth Hughes Assignment Brief (all the exam material provided by the exam board is FREE on the Eduqas website). I have made links to this assignment brief throughout as practice so that students then know how to apply each section when they are doing the formal controlled assessment (with a brief that they haven’t yet seen). The resources provide you with booklets, answer plans, activities and much more to teach the whole of Unit 3 with. If you are teaching this for half the year, this provides you with effectively 6 months of teaching resources and it works out cheaper to buy the bundle rather than paying for each lesson individually. Feel free to message me with any questions as I know that this is a new course! I am now known as the Criminology Guru at my college so I am happy to help. I hope you find these resources helpful- particularly if you are new to teaching Criminology. My specialism is Law and Criminology so I also welcome any Law related questions for Unit 3 and Unit 4 if you are unsure about anything. rachael.s.roberts@hotmail.co.uk
Tort Law-(OCR A LEVEL LAW NEW SPEC)Torts Connected to Land: Public/Private/Rylands V Fletcher
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Tort Law-(OCR A LEVEL LAW NEW SPEC)Torts Connected to Land: Public/Private/Rylands V Fletcher

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These resources are aimed at Level 3 A level law students. The exam board that I am working with is OCR but these resources can be adapted to any level 3 exam board (e.g. AQA etc). I have included lesson power points on all three branches of Torts Connected to Land: Public Nuisance Private Nuisance Rylands V Fletcher I have tried to make these lessons as varied and fun as possible. I have included quizzes, mind maps, key terms and even pictures that the students can use to cut out and stick to their flash cards in order to help them remember key cases. Hope they help!
Criminology Eduqas/WJEC- Level 3 (NEW SPEC)Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime-AC2.2 Media
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Criminology Eduqas/WJEC- Level 3 (NEW SPEC)Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime-AC2.2 Media

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The Criminology resources are aimed at Level 3 students. They cover: Learning Outcome 2: Understand how campaigns are used to elicit change AC.2.2:Evaluate the Effectiveness of Media Used in Campaigns for Change. The resources consist of a lesson to demonstrate the effectiveness of the media in relevant campaigns for change. The booklet allows students to interact with the lesson but it also means that the students have something to help them write up an answer in the controlled assessment time constraints. There is also a worksheet for students to complete so that they can come up with some of their own media comparisons.
Tort Law-(OCR A LEVEL LAW NEW SPEC)Negligence-Breach of Duty-Lesson and Activity
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Tort Law-(OCR A LEVEL LAW NEW SPEC)Negligence-Breach of Duty-Lesson and Activity

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These resources are aimed at A Level Law students covering the second stage of Tort Law (Negligence). Here they look at breach of duty and the lesson takes students through the different elements required for breach. It also examines the idea of the “reasonable man” with relevant case law to support. I have also included some case study test examples so that students can apply their learning at the end of the lesson.
Unit 2 Criminological Theories EXAM UNIT (New Spec)  WHOLE UNIT BUNDLE
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Unit 2 Criminological Theories EXAM UNIT (New Spec) WHOLE UNIT BUNDLE

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This is a bundle of all the teaching resources you would need for the teaching and learning of Unit 2 Criminological Theories (the externally examined unit). The resources provided are for Level 3 students studying Criminology (Eduqas/WJEC spec). Each lesson contains a power point and a variety of activities to cover each section. The activities vary from case studies, missing words, key terms sheets, court template/legislation tasks and many other work sheets that cover this diverse topic. Also included are example exam questions (both long and short) to ensure that students differentiate this topic from the controlled assessment unit which is a different style of teaching and learning. Given the current nature of students learning from home, I have also created a STUDENT HOME LEARNING PACK that my students have found really useful. I have set them deadlines for each section so I can see that they are learning and revising from home. Feel free to message me with any questions as I know that this is a new course! I am now known as the Criminology Guru at my college so I am happy to help. I hope you find these resources helpful- particularly if you are new to teaching Criminology. My specialism is Law and Criminology so I also welcome any Law related questions for Unit 3 and Unit 4 if you are unsure about anything. rachael.s.roberts@hotmail.co.uk
Criminology Level 3(New Spec)WJEC/Eduqas Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime-AC1.4 Lesson&Booklet
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Criminology Level 3(New Spec)WJEC/Eduqas Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime-AC1.4 Lesson&Booklet

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Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime Learning Outcome 1: Understand how crime reporting affects the public perception of criminality Assessment Criteria 1.4: Media Representation of Crime The lessons includes the following LO: Identify the different forms of media that report crime(E-C) Grade) Explain a variety of methods that the media use to represent crime (C-B Grade) Describe media representations of crime using examples to support your points (B-A Grade) Please find attached Level 3 resources for the new specification of Criminology. These resources have been created for post-16 students who are studying the Applied Certificate and Diploma in Criminology. They are suitable for both WJEC and Eduqas exam boards. The resources attached include both a teacher power point presentation and a student activity booklet. This means that students can follow the lesson easily and the assessment criteria which they are completing is clear. I have designed these booklets so that students feel more guided when it comes to the formal controlled assessment. They can follow the subject material and extend their own learning through the key term homeworks and case studies. The student booklet includes: missing word activity/ written tasks/ similar & different media observation tasks/homework. I have linked the lessons to the “Mr and Mrs S” Exam Board Assignment Brief but you can tailor the lessons to any brief that you have selected for your students. Remember that students must acknowledge the assignment brief but not make it all about the assignment brief. They must focus on meeting the assessment criteria set out by the exam board. Enjoy!
Careers Lesson -PSHE- Power Point Lesson and Activities with Worksheets-Y7
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Careers Lesson -PSHE- Power Point Lesson and Activities with Worksheets-Y7

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Please find attached resources for a Career Lesson. I delivered this lesson to a class of Y7 pupils who thoroughly enjoyed looking at the example career posters and deciding which career path best suited that particular professional. I allowed the students to work in teams and gave each table a career poster to work with. Please also find attached a ‘help sheet’ for the written task, a mind map and a spelling activity related to careers- can’t beat a bit of SPAG!!
Criminology Eduqas/WJEC- Level 3 (New Spec)Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime-AC2.1 Campaigns
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Criminology Eduqas/WJEC- Level 3 (New Spec)Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime-AC2.1 Campaigns

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The Criminology resources are aimed at Level 3 students. They cover: Learning Outcome 2: Understand how campaigns are used to elicit change  AC2.1: Compare campaigns for change The exam board expect students to compare a minimum of at least 5 campaigns for change. Here I have covered 4 campaigns for change which act as good models to set students up with their own research. There is an activity sheet (I printed this out in poster format so that students could fill it in as we went through the campaigns in lesson) that details how to tackle each campaign. It is important to note that students must break down each campaign by discussing: What it was about/what started it The purpose of the campaign Whether or not it was successful What other campaigns it can be linked to
Criminology (NEW SPEC)Unit 2 EXAM UNIT- Criminological Theories-AC4.1 Lesson & Activities
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Criminology (NEW SPEC)Unit 2 EXAM UNIT- Criminological Theories-AC4.1 Lesson & Activities

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The Criminology resources are aimed at Level 3 students. They cover: Learning Outcome 4: LO 4: Understand causes of policy change AC4.1 Assess the use of Criminological Theories in Informing Policy Development This section considers how theories (already covered earlier in the unit) can help to reduce crime. For example, the idea that CBT/pyschoanalysis can help someone overcome long-term trauma or abuse. If long-term trauma or abuse is not dealt with this can often lead to aggression /anger issues and can in some instances sadly result in criminality. This section of the exam therefore explores a variety of those theories (from diet to token economy etc). I have included a number of activities to help keep students engaged e.g. eat well plate, case studies, examples of crime prevention policies and exam questions linked to this section.
Causation in Criminal Liability -LAW-Lesson and Activities
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Causation in Criminal Liability -LAW-Lesson and Activities

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These resources cover the content needed for Causation in Criminal Law. They can be adapted to any specification (BTEC/A-Level etc). They cover the following lesson objectives: Identify the meaning of the term ‘causation’ in criminal liability Explain the rules of ‘causation’ using supporting cases Apply the rules of ‘causation’ to an exam scenario I have included differentiated activities; there is a stretch and challenge exam question for most able and then a set of mini scenarios for least able. Also included is a case tick off sheet and a student follow along booklet. I hope these help! Feel free to email me with any questions or queries: rachael.s.roberts@hotmail.co.uk
A Level Law- Revision Notes for Occupiers Liability (1957 Act and 1984 Act)
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A Level Law- Revision Notes for Occupiers Liability (1957 Act and 1984 Act)

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Please find attached key notes aimed at Level 3 Law students. My students find this particular area of law difficult to remember so I have created these notes to help them re-call the key points from both Acts of Parliament. I have also included some key evaluation points to help them answer essay questions.
Criminology (NEW SPEC)Unit 3-AC3.1-Examine Information for Validity-Lesson & Student Booklet
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Criminology (NEW SPEC)Unit 3-AC3.1-Examine Information for Validity-Lesson & Student Booklet

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The Criminology resources are aimed at Level 3 students. They cover: Learning Outcome 3: Be Able to Review Criminal Cases AC3.1-Examine Information for Validity The resources include a lesson power point and a booklet that students can use to take notes in. I have also included a structure sheet with a table that helps students to see how they can set out in section in a logical order. There are case studies for each source and some articles for wider reading that I have also popped onto the power point (and provided the links to). The BBC article is free to access on-line but I have also put this into a Word Document for ease (gives the students something to read and highlight/take home).
Criminology (NEW SPEC)Unit 2 EXAM UNIT- Criminological Theories-AC4.2 Lesson
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Criminology (NEW SPEC)Unit 2 EXAM UNIT- Criminological Theories-AC4.2 Lesson

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The Criminology resources are aimed at Level 3 students. They cover: Learning Outcome 4: LO 4: Understand causes of policy change AC4.2 Explain how social changes affect policy development This section considers how policy has been influenced by social changes and attitudes in society. There are quite a few topics under this section which could come up in the exam (I discussed a few things with my class to start with early in the lesson). I focus on two main areas in this lesson (same sex relationships and women’s rights) so that they can see how I examine the social change and then the policy development that goes with it. As homework, I set my class the task of researching 4 other topic areas of their own along with the up-skirting activity. Hope this helps.
Criminology Level 3(New Spec)WJEC/Eduqas Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime-AC1.5 Lesson&Booklet
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Criminology Level 3(New Spec)WJEC/Eduqas Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime-AC1.5 Lesson&Booklet

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Unit 1 Changing Awareness of Crime Learning Outcome 1: Understand how crime reporting affects the public perception of criminality Assessment Criteria: AC1.5 Explain the impact of media representation on public perception of crime Please find attached Level 3 resources for the new specification of Criminology. These resources have been created for post-16 students who are studying the Applied Certificate and Diploma in Criminology. They are suitable for both WJEC and Eduqas exam boards. The lessons includes the following LO: Identify the key impact of media representations on the public perception of crime (using basic key words) [E-C] Explain the impact of media representation on the public perceptions of crime (key words and explaining it with full paragraphs) [C-B] Describe, clearly and with detail, the impact of a range of media representations on the public perception of crime (key words, full paragraphs and examples) [B-A] The resources attached include both a teacher power point presentation and a student activity booklet. This means that students can follow the lesson easily and the assessment criteria which they are completing is clear. I have designed these booklets so that students feel more guided when it comes to the formal controlled assessment. They can follow the subject material and extend their own learning through the key term homeworks and case studies. I have linked the lessons to the “Mr and Mrs S” Exam Board Assignment Brief but you can tailor the lessons to any brief that you have selected for your students. Remember that students must acknowledge the assignment brief but not make it all about the assignment brief. They must focus on meeting the assessment criteria set out by the exam board. Enjoy!
Criminology (NEW SPEC)Unit 4- Crime and Punishment -END OF UNIT REVISION
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Criminology (NEW SPEC)Unit 4- Crime and Punishment -END OF UNIT REVISION

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Revision materials for the end of Unit 4: I have included a power point booklet that students can complete at home after completing their learning for Unit 4. The materials include: -Activities -Exam Question -Theory link table I hope you find these resources helpful- particularly if you are new to teaching Criminology. My specialism is Law and Criminology so I also welcome any Law related questions. rachael.s.roberts@hotmail.co.uk
Criminology -Unit 3 -Gareth Hughes Assignment Brief -Eduqas
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Criminology -Unit 3 -Gareth Hughes Assignment Brief -Eduqas

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Anyone looking for the Unit 3 assignment brief as a practice run through with students then please find attached a copy here. This was the original one from the exam board which I know a lot of people have struggled to find. Hope this helps, Rachael