British Values: Criminal & Civil Law - Identifying Right & Wrong.

Challenge reference: 1450

Notional learning hours  10
Level 1
Subject area
Preparing for Adulthood pathway
Skill
Learning aim

To understand right/wrong and criminal/civil law; using this information to make decisions about the effect of wrong doing as a citizen in the UK.

Learning context

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Learning outcomes

What the learner needs to know, understand or be able to do

The learner will:

  1. Know the difference between right and wrong, linking this to Criminal Law in the UK.

  2. Demonstrate an understanding of Civil Law in the UK.

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Assessment criteria

What the learner need to demonstrate in order to meet the learning outcome

The learner can:

    Define own understanding of the term 'Doing the right thing'.

    Define own understanding of the term 'Doing the wrong thing'.

    Describe two examples of doing something wrong and identify the Criminal Law the perpetrator could be prosecuted under.

    Describe how Civil Law differs from Criminal Law in the UK.

    Complete some secondary research and identify two examples of Civil Law in the UK.

    Describe how these Civil Laws protect citizens in the UK.

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