Students determine and distinguish between the fundamental legal concepts that are the foundations for contemporary legislation.
A dynamic and memorable legal studies resource that allows students to gain an understanding to introductory legal concepts.
This resource provides students with 18 engaging PowerPoint slides accompanied by relevant examples and assists them to distinguish between introductory legal concepts.
This resource includes a 9-pg activity and 12 engaging posters, where students have the opportunity to define and familiarise themselves with the basic legal concepts.
This resource can be shared with students digitally, easily printed or differentiated for individual students needs at the discretion of the teacher (through the word & pdf files provided).
- 18 PowerPoint slides with syllabus content and information.
- 9-page PDF and Word Document with NSW syllabus links and
- 12 posters to print and hang in your classroom
Basic legal concepts
- meaning of law
- customs, rules and law
- values and ethics
- characteristics of just laws
- nature of justice:
- procedural fairness (principles of natural justice)
- rule of law
File types: PDF, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint
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