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.
This booklet is very versatile and I have used it in BTEC and A Level Law lessons. It covers mens rea, actus reus and all of the non-fatal offences with case law research exercises, scenario analysis and quick quizzes for students to complete.
This is a 70min lesson plan and handout to cover the legal aspects that will affect the start-up of the business. It has lots of activities and it very student-centred so by the end of this session students should feel competent to be bale to complete the legal aspects that will affect their business.
This is a 90min complete lesson looking at skills analysis -it is very student centred with them completing lots of activities and reflective analysis so that they can then go on and complete the skills analysis for their business in this unit.
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.
This is a full lesson plan (which could be split into a couple of lessons) with more than 2hrs worth of a lesson planned and includes activities such as discussions, peer reviews, case study, worksheets and more! All resources are included for you to just grab and go teach a fantastic lesson! Extension activities, differentiation, VLE and embedding Maths and English are all covered in this lesson plan.
Each of these Power Points covering experiments, documents, observations, questionnaires and official statistics includes an essay question at the end and a model answer to be given to students on completion of the same.
This bundle of resources includes Power Points covering divorce, childhood, changing family roles, household diversity, topics of demography and sociological perspectives on the family including feminism, functionalism, Marxism and postmodernism and more!
This is great for a class test, mock exam or homework -it's a question based around the classic story of Goldilocks and the three bears and her potential liability for theft, burglary and criminal damage.
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.