4.
Finally:
What else might get in the way of a conviction?
5.
Introduction:
Where do we go from here?
Before we get started, letâ€™s pause and think about what youâ€™ve done so far!
This is called a
chances graph
At A2, you need to think about what you want and
how you are going to get it.
Your grade can go up or down depending only on you.
Task One:
In the back of your note book, list your GCSEs
& the grades you received.
Now assign each one of those a number, and then find
your average score.
A* = 8
A =7
B =6
C =5
D=4
E=3
F=2
G=1
1.
Which grade is carries
the highest chance for
you?
2.
Which grade have you
achieved at AS?
3.
Which grade do you
want to achieve at A2?
AS Grade
Boundaries
A = 160
B = 140
C = 120
D = 100
E = 80
6.
Plenary:
Howâ€™s it gone for you?
So, weâ€™ve looked at what you can
achieve, and what weâ€™ve already
done...
How are you feeling about it?
Complete your post-it to summarise
your approach to Law.
Please bring Strict liability
notes next lesson.
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