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  • 1. What are the effects of crime?
  • 2. What are the effects of crime? • Watch this video clip and list all the people who have been effected by the crime 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Lesson Objective: What are the effects of crime?
  • 3. What are the effects of crime? • Read the two different view points through and note down all the different effects that you can spot. Lesson Objective: What are the effects of crime?
  • 4. What are the effects of crime? • Complete the storyboard. • Half of your storyboard will refer to the offender and half to the victim. • Try to highlight the effects at the end of your storyboard Lesson Objective: What are the effects of crime?
  • 5. Questions • Read through both views of the same crime story and complete the activities below: 1.Why do you think the boy wanted the bag? 2. Who suffered because of this crime? Make a list. 3. The boy who snatched the bag was 11. He got an 18-month sentence too. Do you think it was fair that: a. Both boys got the same sentence? b. They got 18 months? 4. Write down the meaning of each term: victim offender sentence secure accommodation Lesson Objective: What are the effects of crime?
  • 6. Does the punishment fit the crime? • What do you think the punishment should be for a crime and why? – Come up with a list of 5 different crimes and 5 different punishments. – Car Theft = 6 months in jail – Parking on double yellow line = …………. – ………………… = Lesson Objective: What are the effects of crime?
  • 7. BINGO! Lesson Objective: What are the effects of crime?