Unit 1: Dispute Solving in Civil Law
Unit 2: Investigating Aspects of Criminal Law and the Legal System
Unit 3: Applying the Law
Unit 4: Aspects of Family Law
Unit 5: Consumer Law
Unit 6: Contract Law
Unit 7: Aspects of Tort
The Student Book and ActiveBook has clearly laid out pages with a range of supportive features to aid learning and teaching:
Getting to know your unit sections ensure learners understand the grading criteria and unit requirements.
Getting ready for Assessment sections focus on preparation for external assessment with guidance for learners on what to expect. Hints and tips will help them prepare for assessment and sample answers are provided for a range of question types including, short and long answer questions, all with a supporting commentary. Learners can also prepare for internal assessment using this feature. A case study of a learner completing the internal assessment for that unit covering 'How I got started', 'How I brought it all together' and 'What I got from the experience'.
Key Cases - each short key case gives the key facts and title and year of the case and pulls out the most significant legal principle. All the key cases will be listed at the beginning of the book so learners can search for them in the different unit contexts they relate to
Pause Point features provide opportunities for learners to self-evaluate their learning at regular intervals. Each Pause Point point feature gives learners a Hint or Extend option to either revisit and reinforce the topic or encourage independent research or further study skills.
Scenario studies with questions that enable learners to look deeply into different situations and analyse in the context of the legal knowledge they are gaining.
Assessment Activity/Practice features provide scaffolded assessment practice activities that help prepare learners for formative assessment. Within each assessment practice activity, a Plan, Do and Review section encourages supports learners’ formative assessment by to making sure they fully understand what they are being asked to do, what their goals are and how to evaluate the task and consider how they could improve.