Learning Outcomes How systems of crime and punishment reflect values and beliefs. How this system of crime and punishment operated. The vales and beliefs which underpinned this system. The impact of crime and punishment on different levels of society.
Outcomes Research and build knowledge about crime and punishment in Medieval Times.
WEEK 6, Activities, Introduction to History VLN. Students to complete Challenge #1, Look at voicethread - might need to change., Inquiry: Crime and Punishment in Medieval Times, Screencast on how to add to diigo group.
Activities, WEEKS 6-7, Role Play: Crime and Punishment in Medieval Times, Court Reporters prepare reports / interviews etc., WEEKS 7-8, Conduct the Trial, Court reporters give their 5 minute ‘6pm news bulletin’ segments on the trials., Additional Team Task eg: speech., Medieval Twitter/Today’s Meet – all girls to write two ‘tweets’ about the trial in real time on: What important evidence is coming out of the trial?, After watching trials and hearing Court Reporters' summary, students act as the jury and vote in real time online to determine verdicts. http://www.polleverywhere.com/, Homework task – reflection activity: Values and beliefs underpinning this system., New node
Learning Outcomes Comparative analysis of Muslim, European and Japanese civilisations.
Research task on religion AND medicine, science or technology OR education (select one)., Blog post on one topic and respond to another blog entry., Create a Venn Diagram and post on their blog.
Sample Teacher Record Sheet
Teachers record audio instructions
Court reporters use to interview
Students use to gather information