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I am a social science tutor focusing on criminology, law, psychology, sociology and research methods. I am an OCR Examiner for both Law and Psychology I have a BSc, MSc, PgCE and currently completing my PhD. I like very visual resources - which will be highlighted within my documents.

I am a social science tutor focusing on criminology, law, psychology, sociology and research methods. I am an OCR Examiner for both Law and Psychology I have a BSc, MSc, PgCE and currently completing my PhD. I like very visual resources - which will be highlighted within my documents.
Theft & Robbery
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Theft & Robbery

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A booklet which covers the whole of theft and robbery including points of law and relevant cases. I use this within a class setting all sat within a group - me included. And we work our way through the booklets allowing group discussion along the way which I feel really helps with law and the understanding of the cases. There are questions / activities / mock exam questions in the booklet - along with some case details blank to allow the student to fill in. I tend to do this in class have them using the work books and then we discuss as a whole.
Sources of Law
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Sources of Law

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A full coverage of the module - sources of law. Inc. the mechanics of precedent Binding precedent Original precedent Persuasive precedent Overruling, reversing and distinguishing Powers of Supreme Court Powers of the Court of Appeal Literal, Golden and Mischief Rule and many more!
Theft - OCR - work booklet
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Theft - OCR - work booklet

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A theft work booklet for OCR year one. Covers points of law, and all necessary cases - allows students to work with the cases - filling in the blanks.
Access to Justice Booklet
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Access to Justice Booklet

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A booklet which contains activities - a walk through booklet with information and activities for students to do self-learning. Covers all of access to justice.
Murder Booklet
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Murder Booklet

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A booklet which covers the whole of Murder for A-Level Law. The booklet is 21 pages long and consists of activities, case study, points of law and an exam question. The booklet is a run through the law of murder in terms of what murder is, the required actus reus and mens rea, all accompanied with case law.
delegated legislation model answers booklet
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delegated legislation model answers booklet

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A booklet containing the following questions along with full mark answers. This allows the students to work with these, and a powerpoint can be used alongside them. AO1 Describe with examples the different types of delegated legislation 10marks AO1 Describe the Parliamentary and Judicial controls on Delegated Legislation 10marks AO1 Describe why Parliament needs to delegate law-making power 10marks AO3 Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of Delegated Legislation 15marks AO3 Evaluate the effectiveness of the controls on Delegated Legislation 15marks
Involuntary Manslaughter - full topic booklet
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Involuntary Manslaughter - full topic booklet

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A booklet which covers the whole of involuntary manslaughter. It is to be accompanied by the teacher discussing the topic - or useful for self-study. It covers all relevant cases for the offence, with the space made available for the students to fill in the cases so they are able to read, discuss and write about the case. Includes activities and a mock exam question.
Parliamentary law making - model answers
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Parliamentary law making - model answers

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A booklet containing the following questions and model full mark answers to allow the student to work as little or as much as they desire with the work. These can used alongside a powerpoint. Describe the influences on Law Making 10marks Describe the Legislative Process 10marks Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of influences on law making 15marks Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of the Legislative Process 15marks
Defences - Duress, Necessity, Consent
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Defences - Duress, Necessity, Consent

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A powerpoint which I use in class for defences - it contains six slides of different defence scenarios. Duress and Consent powerpoints to go alongside the model answer booklets.
Parliamentary Law Making
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Parliamentary Law Making

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Law - Paper 2 Parliamentary law making - understanding the influences on law making and the advantages & Disadvantages Legislation Process - advantages and disadvantages
Duress & Consent Evaluation - Model Answers
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Duress & Consent Evaluation - Model Answers

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Booklets containing model answers The defences of duress and necessity and duress of circumstances are invaluable although critics argue they are inconsistent - Discuss the accuracy of this statement Discuss whether the defence of consent struggles to balance the needs of the individual with the constraints necessary in a modern society
Law Reform - Model answer Booklet
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Law Reform - Model answer Booklet

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I use these booklets for students to read through in own time - to familiarise themselves with the content. I also ask them to use within the classroom when doing self-study. Describe the work of the Law Reform Bodies Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of the Commissions
Access to Justice Model Answer Booklet.
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Access to Justice Model Answer Booklet.

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A booklet containing model answers for the following questions - Describe the Government funding for criminal cases Describe the Government funding for civil cases Describe Private funding, conditional fees, other advice agencies Discuss the problem of government funding in criminal cases Discuss the problem of government funding in civil cases
Legal System - ten lessons
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Legal System - ten lessons

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11 powerpoints focusing on the legal system This can work with one powerpoint per lesson - including some student self study time. Barristers Solicitors Legal Executives Complaints and regulations Changes and trends Legal profession evaluation Judiciary Separation of powers Evaluation of judiciary Exam Question
Stages of Law Making
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Stages of Law Making

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Law Making - Paper 2 Understanding the different stages of making the law. In class we chose a law which we believed needs to be altered - one was the law of rape. We got together as a class and discussed why - then split into groups as the stages, and acted as if we was parliament.