‘The Key Cases’ for A Level AQA Law
Boost exam recall with this bank of stimulating, easy-to-use, topic-by-topic activities. Ensure they know the key Acts of Parliament and cases that will help them to achieve the highest possible grades in the new 2017 AQA specification.
Clearly enhances student learning in Law
Every topic includes a variety of activities designed to reinforce different skills
- Learn: Learning Grids help students to recognise the outcomes and significance of each case and increases understanding – a great, easy-to-set homework task!
- Reinforce: ‘Match-up’ and ‘Dominoes’ provide a useful bank of starter and plenary tasks to help reinforce knowledge of key cases.
- Revise: ‘Flash cards’ and ‘make your own glossary’ are ready-made for revision and ensure students retain the key information.
This is something that students have been requesting, especially the exhaustive list of cases for each topic
- A ready-made reference list for AQA Law
- Clear ‘at a glance’ summaries, making cases easier to recall in an exam
- Promotes active learning & supports weaker learners through structured activities
What do teachers say about this resource? (9656)
This resource meets its aim. [It] provides comprehensive teaching and learning activities covering the relevant cases for the criminal element of the exam in year 1 (and the AS exam). It has a variety of activities which can be worked on individually, in pairs or as a whole class. It can be used to fill in those last 10 minutes of a lesson, as a plenary or given as homework. This makes it an essential resource for any AS or Year 1 law teacher as it is both flexible and adaptable. Thank you for your hard work: this is an excellent resource which will save teachers a significant amount of time in-class and in the preparation of activity and revision resources or homework.
An important study aid for AQA Law students which provides them with key facts and legal principles in terms of relevant cases that enables them to write both descriptively and analytically. It contains plenty of varied activities to develop those skills, including match-ups, fills, dominoes and write your own glossaries. These are available on the CD as PDF files and most are provided in paper too. The activities are flexible and can be used as individual, pair or group activities in class or for independent learning and revision. The guidance for teachers is most helpful, for colleagues to cope with the problems associated with the AS/A overlap.
Students really struggle to learn cases and so this is a brilliant idea and works very well. The fact it has a focus on cases and allows students to complete gaps, do dominoes etc... giving a variety of activities is good. It will be really useful in lessons and for independent work so students can build up their knowledge and understanding of cases which is vital to success in Law.
What do teachers say about this resource? (10940)
I think the resource pack is particularly good in terms of relevant case details which is separated into case facts, outcome and case significance, including up to date relevant case law. The student copy of the grid is very clearly set out. It will be easy for students to work with, they can adapt and use the grid for all areas of Law not just Tort. For the students who like to have a structure sheet, this resource will be ideal both in class and for homework/research tasks etc.
I liked the clear layout of the resource – easy to navigate each section; the instructions given on how the resources can be used, including the priority case sheet; the fact that cases are separated into different subtopics provides clarity to students; the different activities such as case grids, flash cards and dominoes.
The resource is good for the students to gain information on key cases, including relevant facts and points of Law etc. As students struggle with the volume of case law covered this will be good for storing key case information in a compact way, which can be ideal for revision purposes.
I think the resource matches the specification very well, lots of up-to-date case law which is lacking in some texts. The resource covers all sections required in Tort section and includes all of the key case law.
[Would you purchase this resource?] Yes, as it is good resource, especially for students getting a good grasp on case law; can be utilised and adapted in many ways for both lower and higher levels
I would commend the authors for creating an extremely comprehensive resource including a multiple range of uses.
The resource is meticulously well researched with an extensive range of cases, together with multiple ideas for learning activities.
The activities within the resource, e.g. dominoes/matchup could be used validly to enhance classroom lessons by adding fun elements as a starter or end of lesson plenaries.
Learning cases is important within the study of law and therefore the resource draws attention to the crucial need to know cases.
The resource interprets the specification extremely well by including the relevant case law required of the specification.
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