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BTEC Level 3 National Public Services

Scheme of work
Unit 12 Crime and its effect on society
Broad aim: Tutor(s): AA = Assessment activity AS = Activity Sheet E = Extension for Stretch and support LP = Lesson plan Week 1 Outcome/topic LO1 Know crime and disorder legislation, sentences and orders Introduction Content Introduction to the unit Issue assignment and go through it in detail Talk through the unit, including purpose and learning outcomes Relate learning to assessment Plenary activity PPT = PowerPoint SB = Student Book R = Research NS = Non-supervised individual study time Learner activity Learners listen and take notes Learners annotate assignment and ask questions SB Student voice SB Starter stimulus SB Activity Time spent working on assignment Resources Student voice Colin trains new police cadets Starter stimulus What is antisocial behaviour? Activity Police Reform Act 2002 LP Access to research facilities such as internet, books, newspapers Activity Criminal Justice Act 2003 E1 Analysis skills: crime and disorder legislation E2 Developing effective evaluation skills: crime and disorder legislation Access to research facilities such as internet, books, newspapers PPT P1/P2/M1/D1 Learners working towards Pass, Merit or Distinction E1 E2 Assessment and PLTS P1/P2/M1/D1 Stretch and support Learners working towards Pass, Merit or Distinction
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Academic year: Number of weeks: 24 Duration of session: 2.5-hour blocks Credits: 10

Unit 12 Crime and its effects on society

LO1 Know crime and disorder legislation, sentences and orders Legislation

Recap previous session Work through aspects of crime and disorder legislation via PowerPoint session with interaction from learners Relate learning to assignment Plenary activity

SB Activity Some learners work on E1, E2 Time spent working on assignment

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Outcome/topic LO1 Know crime and disorder legislation, sentences and orders Legislation (cont.)

Content Recap previous session Work through aspects of crime and disorder legislation via PowerPoint session with interaction from learners Relate learning to assignment Plenary activity

Learner activity Learners listen and take notes SB Activity Some learners work on E1, E2 Time spent working on assignment

Resources Activity Criminal Justice Act 2003 E1 Analysis skills: crime and disorder legislation E2 Developing effective evaluation skills: crime and disorder legislation Access to research facilities such as internet, books, newspapers PPT

Assessment and PLTS P1/P2/M1/D1

Stretch and support Learners working towards Pass, Merit or Distinction E1 E2

LO1 Know crime and disorder legislation, sentences and orders Sentences and orders

Recap previous session Tutor-led discussions on different sentences and orders given out by the courts Relate learning to assignment Plenary activity Introduce new outcome Work through biological theories of crime via PowerPoint session with interaction from learners Relate learning to assignment Plenary activity Recap previous session Work through sociological theories of crime via PowerPoint session with interaction from learners Relate learning to assignment Plenary activity

Learners given list of different types of sentences and orders, and identify what crimes they feel justify the sentences and why AS1 Time spent working on assignment SB Activity Time spent working on assignment

AS1 Crime and disorder legislation Access to research facilities such as internet, books, newspapers

P1/P2/M1/D1

Learners working towards Pass, Merit or Distinction

LO2 Know the effects of criminal behaviour on communities Biological theories

Activity Biological theories Access to research facilities such as internet, books, newspapers PPT

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LO2 Know the effects of criminal behaviour on communities Sociological theories

SB Activity Time spent working on assignment

Activity Sociological theories of criminal behaviour Access to research facilities such as internet, books, newspapers PPT

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Outcome/topic LO2 Know the effects of criminal behaviour on communities Psychological theories

Content Recap previous session Work through psychological theories of crime via PowerPoint session with interaction from learners Relate learning to assignment Plenary activity Recap previous session Work through causal factors to explain crime via PowerPoint session with interaction from learners Relate learning to assignment Plenary activity

Learner activity SB Activity Time spent working on assignment

Resources Activity Psychological theories of criminal behaviour Access to research facilities such as internet, books, newspapers PPT

Assessment and PLTS P3

Stretch and support

LO2 Know the effects of criminal behaviour on communities Causal factors

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AS2 Causal factors of crime Access to research facilities such as internet, books, newspaper PPT

P3

LO1 & LO2 Recap

Recap of weeks 18

Learners listen and take notes SB Case study

Case study Sonia and Nicky

P1/P2/P3/M1/D1

Learners working towards Pass, Merit or Distinction Learners working towards Pass, Merit or Distinction E1 E2

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LO1 & LO2 Assessment

Work on assessment activity

Learners work through the assessment criteria Some learners complete E1, E2

AA12.1 E1 Analysis skills: crime and disorder legislation E2 Developing effective evaluation skills: crime and disorder legislation

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LO2 Know the effects of criminal behaviour on communities Effects of crime

Recap previous session Work through the effects of crime via PowerPoint session with interaction from learners Relate learning to assignment Plenary activity

Learners work through SB Activities in small groups Most learners work on E3 Time spent working on assignment

Activity What is antisocial behaviour? Activity Public perception of crime E3 Developing linking skills: effects of crime Access to research facilities such as internet, books, newspapers PPT

P4/M2

Learners working towards Pass or Merit E3

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Outcome/topic LO3 Understand approaches to reduce crime, disorder and antisocial behaviour Intelligence-led policing

Content Recap previous session Work through intelligence-led policing via PowerPoint session with interaction from learners Relate learning to assignment Plenary activity

Learner activity Learners listen and take notes Group discussion to identify learner views on intelligence-led policing SB Activity AS3 Time spent working on assignment

Resources Activity Interception intelligence cracking down on offenders AS3 Case study: the NIM business model PPT

Assessment and PLTS P5/M3/D2 IE

Stretch and support Learners working towards Pass, Merit or Distinction

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LO3 Understand approaches to reduce crime, disorder and antisocial behaviour Crime reduction initiatives

Introduce new outcome Tutor-led session on crime reduction initiatives Relate learning to assignment Plenary activity

Learners listen and take notes R Undertake a research activity into a local crime reduction initiative that will allow them to deliver a 10-minute presentation to the rest of the class the following week SB Activity AS4 Some learners work on E4, E5 Time spent working on assignment

Activity Broxtowe Borough Council AS4 Tackling antisocial behaviour E4 Analysis skills: crime reduction initiatives E5 Developing your judgement: a local public service initiative Access to research facilities such as internet, books, newspapers

P5/M3/D2 IE

Learners working towards Pass, Merit or Distinction E4 E5

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LO3 Understand approaches to reduce crime, disorder and antisocial behaviour Crime reduction initiatives (cont.)

Learner presentations

Deliver 10-minute presentation on a local crime reduction initiative to the rest of the class SB Activity Some learners complete E4, E5

Activity The Public Interest Test E4 Analysis skills: crime reduction initiatives E5 Developing your judgement: a local public service initiative Activity The Public Interest Test E4 Analysis skills: crime reduction initiatives E5 Developing your judgement: a local public service initiative

P5/M3/D2 IE

Learners working towards Pass, Merit or Distinction E4 E5

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LO3 Understand approaches to reduce crime, disorder and antisocial behaviour Crime reduction initiatives (cont.)

Learner presentations

Deliver 10-minute presentation on a local crime reduction initiative to the rest of the class SB Activity Some learners complete E4, E5

P5/M3/D2

Learners working towards Pass, Merit or Distinction E4

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Outcome/topic LO3 Understand approaches to reduce crime, disorder and antisocial behaviour Crime reduction agencies

Content Recap previous session Tutor-led session on agencies involved in reducing crime, disorder and anti-social behaviour Relate learning to assignment Plenary activity

Learner activity Learners listen and take notes SB Case study AS5 Time spent working on assignment

Resources Case study Saneka finds help AS5 Nacro Community Court Access to research facilities such as internet, books, newspapers

Assessment and PLTS P5/M3/D2 IE

Stretch and support Learners working towards Pass, Merit or Distinction

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LO3 Understand approaches to reduce crime, disorder and antisocial behaviour Court structure

Recap previous session Tutor-led session on court structure Relate learning to assignment Plenary activity Tutor-led session on criminal justice agencies, such as police, prison and probation services

Learners listen and take notes SB Activity Time spent working on assignment

Activity The courts system Access to research facilities such as internet, books, newspapers

P5/M3/D2 IE

Learners working towards Pass, Merit or Distinction E5

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LO3 Understand approaches to reduce crime, disorder and antisocial behaviour Criminal justice agencies

Learners listen and take notes SB Activity AS6

Activity Probation hostels AS6 Women in the prison service Access to research facilities such as internet, books, newspapers Activity How is a business a victim of crime? Activity Communities and crime Access to research facilities such as internet, books, newspapers

P5/M3/D2 IE

Learners working towards Pass, Merit or Distinction

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LO4 Understand how the public services support victims and witnesses of crime Who are the victims of crime?

Work through victims of crime via PowerPoint session with interaction from learners

Learners listen and take notes SB Activities

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Outcome/topic LO4 Understand how the public services support victims and witnesses of crime Role of public services

Content Work through role of public services (such as police, local authorities, social services, probation services and third sector) via PowerPoint session with interaction from learners

Learner activity Learners listen and take notes SB Activity

Resources Activity Reducing the fear of crime Access to research facilities such as internet, books, newspapers PPT

Assessment and PLTS P6

Stretch and support

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LO4 Understand how the public services support victims and witnesses of crime Victim and witness support

Tutor-led session on victim and witness support codes of conduct, and how they impact on the work of the agencies and support both victims and witnesses of crime

Learners listen and take notes Discuss codes of conduct and identify how they support both victims and witnesses of crime

AS7 The Witness Service Access to research facilities such as internet, books, newspapers

P6

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LO4 Understand how the public services support victims and witnesses of crime Recap

Recap of weeks 1421

Learners listen and take notes SB Case study

Case study Helen discovers shes a witness

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LO3 & LO4 Assessment

Work on assessment activity

Learners work through the assessment criteria

AA12.2

P5/P6/M3/D2

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Completion of all assignment work

This week has been allowed in the scheme to provide additional support and finishing off for any aspect of Unit 12

Working on final completion of any outstanding parts of assignment work

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