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Teacher and examiner producing resources on BTEC and A Level Law, BTEC Business, A Level Sociology and for Early Years

Teacher and examiner producing resources on BTEC and A Level Law, BTEC Business, A Level Sociology and for Early Years
Contractual Remedies Handout
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Contractual Remedies Handout

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This sheet, outlining the different remedies available in contract disputes has been used with both BTEC and A Level Law learners, acting as a great side-memoir and revision aid.
Criminal Sentencing Workbook
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Criminal Sentencing Workbook

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This 10 page workbook with student activities covers the aims of sentencing, types of sentences available to the courts and sentencing practice looking at both aggravating and mitigating factors. It has been used with both A Level and BTEC law students.
Tort Workbook
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Tort Workbook

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This is a very versatile workbook for students, which I have used in both BTEC and A Level classes, it covers everything from the duty of care with Donoghue vStevenson and Caparo v Dickman through to breach and causation and finally damages. It has lots of research activities for students to complete and can act as the ideal companion to get the basics before moving on to scenario questions.
My First Comprehension Workbook
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My First Comprehension Workbook

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This is a a great resource for Reception age children introducing them to the concept of comprehension. Containing nine very short stories there are then various activities, from filling in the gaps to answering questions to designing and labelling tasks. Combining phonics, reading, writing and handwriting this is a great literacy resource.
Negligence Question Answer Structure
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Negligence Question Answer Structure

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This resource provides a structure for students to use when answering a negligence question. It includes the duty, breach and damage aspects of negligence as well as evaluation. It includes cases, such as the recent case of Robinson as well as prompts when the law should be applied to a scenario question. This is great to provide students a framework to work from when answering exam questions on this area of the law.
Influences on Law Making PowerPoint
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Influences on Law Making PowerPoint

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Looking at the different influences on Parliamentary law making including the Law Commission, the media, pressure groups, Royal Commission and Inquiries including the advantages and disadvantages this PowerPoint has been used with both A Level and BTEC Law students and provides a great basis for the start of this topic.
Contract Law PowerPoints
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Contract Law PowerPoints

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These Power Points have been used with both FE and HE students, looking at issues such as what makes a binding contract and the different terms such as warranties, conditions and innominate terms. There are also activities included in the Power Points for students to go and research case law.
People in the Criminal Justice System Workbook
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People in the Criminal Justice System Workbook

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This is a very versatile workbook which I have used in both A Level and BTEC law lessons. It covers lay people in the criminal justice system (jurors and magistrates) including the pros and cons of these, legal professionals (barristers, solicitors, legal executives, paralegals) and Judges.
Consumer Rights Act 2015 Worksheet
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Consumer Rights Act 2015 Worksheet

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This is an update on the old Sale of Goods 1979 and Supply of Goods and Services Act 1982, looking at the new Consumer Rights Act 2015 which most resources don't include. It summarises the legislation and includes questions to test knowledge and extrapolate ideas from students and begin critical analysis of the legislation, it also draws on some case law examples.
Education and Gender Annotated Essay Answer
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Education and Gender Annotated Essay Answer

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This is a marked and annotated model answer for the question -Using the source and your own knowledge to assess whether the internal and external sociological factors of gender differences in educational attainment are the greatest challenge to achievement. It has been used in a revision class looking at exam techniques.
Theft Review Lesson Plan & Resources
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Theft Review Lesson Plan & Resources

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This lesson plan and resources reviewing the offence of theft includes student-led activities and also two different case studies (with model answers provided) for students to answer.