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  • 1. LO: To examine the impact eyewitness testimonies can have on police investigations. Key words: impact, examine. Pre- Starter: What is a leading question?
  • 2. All: Understand the impact eyewitness testimonies can have on police investigations. Most: Explain the impact eyewitness testimonies can have on police investigations. Some: Analyse the effectiveness (pros and cons) of eyewitness testimonies in police investigations.
  • 3. This person has just robbed a high end Jewellery shop, stealing over £10,000 worth of items. You witnessed the crime. Can you create an e-fit for the police?  Share your e-fit with people around you. Are they similar or different? What impact could this have on police?
  • 4. Think, pair, share (2 minutes) What impact do you think eyewitness testimonies can have on police investigations?  EXT: Think of three positives and three negative impacts that EWT can have on police
  • 5. Check your understanding
  • 6. Video  Watch the video of a robbery happening.  Imagine you are a witness to this robbery.  Try to remember as much as possible.
  • 7.  In groups of 3, you are now going to be in charge of a police investigation.  No.1 – Police officer asking questions  No.2 – eyewitness  No.3 – Scribe (police reporter) Extension: Share your EWT and story board with people around you. Are they similar or different? Why? Super Extension: Create your own crime and make a list of leading questions you could ask as a police officer.
  • 8. Writing Task (5 minutes)  What impact can EWTs have on police investigations?  ‘ Eyewitness testimonies can have an impact on police investigations by………….. They can have a positive impact because……………. However they can have a negative impact by…………..Evidence to show this is…………… SUP Death Penalty solving crimes unreliable Word Bank: leading questions innocent e-fit false information
  • 9. Plenary  WWW  EBI  One thing I have learnt today is……….  SUP Use prompt cards to help you.