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Thursday, June 7

  1. page VCE Geography 1 & 3 lessons edited Lesson for Wednesday 7th March Friday 8th June Period 4 Students are to complete their oral …

    Lesson for Wednesday 7th MarchFriday 8th June Period 4
    Students are to complete their oral presentation relating to a 'Geographical Characteristic' of Mt Stirling. They have this lesson
    6
    Unit 3 Students: (Lily & Sarah)
    Need
    to complete the task. If incomplete they must finish it for homework. A reminder to refer tolast section on the MDB
    Read
    page 78 to 80 on the left titled 'VCE Geography Mt Stirling'Basin Plan
    Questions 1 to 6 from page 80
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    Unit 1 students
    Students have been given a research template
    for all their information.
    Also
    a reminder about next Tuesday's field tripPolicy: Living Murray or NVIRP
    They need
    to Mt Stirling. Make sure you refercontinue to complete the lettergrid for the upcoming exam and SAC. They only have to be fully prepared.pick one policy.
    If they have completed this they can revise for the exam

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  2. page Legal Studies 3 edited ... Parliament Resources PowerPoints {http://c1.wikicdn.com/i/mime/32/application/vnd.ms-powerpo…
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    Parliament Resources
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    Constitution Resources
    {New referendums.doc}
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    1. Students should have completed the previous lessons work on statutory interpretation. (case study questions sheet relating to Mansfield v Kelly)
    2. Today they must summarize pages 105 to 106
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    sources. Summarize
    Lesson for Friday 8th June Period 5
    1. Complete summarizing magistrates court and its specialist courts on page 129-131
    2. Read pages 132-135: Summarize the jurisdictions of the County and Supreme Courts
    3. Complete question 4 on page 136. You will need to construct a table in your books

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Tuesday, May 15

  1. page Legal Studies 3 edited ... {Precedent in Action DvS.ppt} {Wrongful life Precedent in action.pdf} Lesson for Wednesda…
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    Lesson for Wednesday 15th May Period 1
    1. Students should have completed the previous lessons work on statutory interpretation. (case study questions sheet relating to Mansfield v Kelly)
    2. Today they must summarize pages 105 to 106
    3. Read page 107 to 108. Make sure you have a good grasp of intrinsic and extrinsic sources. Summarize

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Wednesday, May 9

  1. page VCE OES 3 edited ... SAC 1: Criteria Sheet {OES SAC 1 criteria 2012.doc} Lesson for Thursday 9th May: Period 3 …
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    SAC 1: Criteria Sheet
    {OES SAC 1 criteria 2012.doc}
    Lesson for Thursday 9th May: Period 3
    Topic: Commercialisation of outdoor experiences
    (Commercialisation is the process of bringing a product into the market – that is, selling a product)
    Read pages 172 (bottom) to 175 and summarize major points
    Think of and list as many examples of outdoor experiences being commercialized.
    You are to collect 10 media images that commercialise the outdoor experience. Include examples from magazines, internet sites, advertisements and other media sources.
    Analyse the images and explain how each portrays the natural environment and outdoor experience.

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  2. page Legal Studies Unit 1 Lessons edited Lesson for Wednesday 7th March: Period 6 1. Students are to complete the activities on page 43 …

    Lesson for Wednesday 7th March: Period 6
    1. Students are to complete the activities on page 43 of their text books: Questions 1 to 7
    2. Re-read pages 44 to 45 on Murder and complete questions 1 to 4
    Complete for homework
    Lesson
    for Thursday 8th March:9th May: Period 1
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    2
    1. you are to readRead pages 46 to 4996-97 of your text book
    2. SummarizeComplete the following offences: Manslaughter including the difference between voluntaryactivities
    You are to speculate
    and involuntary manslaughter. Differentiate using examples. Defensive Homicide, Culpable driving, Dangerous driving and infanticide.
    3. Complete questions 1-6 on page 49.
    Please note: You have
    write down what might be:
    the number of prisons in Victoria
    the number of prisoners in Victorian prisons
    the average age of
    a SAC/ Test next Thursday. If youmale prisoner
    the average age of a female prisoner
    the percentage of prisoners who
    have completedpreviously served time in prison
    how much it might cost per day to keep a prisoner in prison.
    students then visit
    the above work you needDepartment of Justice website (http://www.justice.vic.gov.au/wps/wcm/connect/justlib/DOJ+Internet/Home/Prisons/) to find answers to start revising for the test. You must reviseabove questions and examine the following topics:
    Difference between legal
    statistics on the Victorian prison system.
    students to form into pairs
    and non-legal rules
    Characteristics
    discuss what it might be like serving time in a Victorian prison. Speculate on what the conditions might be like in prison (e.g. what type of effective law
    Difference between criminal & civil law (including all terminology)
    Parliamentary structure (both federal & state) including all terminology eg cabinet, minister, government, Governor etc
    Legislative process
    accommodation, recreational facilities, health services, education and training opportunities might be provided and what level of personal safety might exist).
    Students should then visit the Department
    of a bill. ReadingsJustice website section on prison location profiles (http://www.justice.vic.gov.au/wps/wcm/connect/justlib/doj+internet/home/prisons/prisons+in+Victoria/) to see what type of basic accommodation and purposes
    All revision material is found
    facilities are provided in chapter One.
    Lesson for Tuesday 13th March: Period 6
    1. Ensure all work is completed from last weeks double (see above)
    2. A reminder that your first SAC is on Thursday. You can have this lesson to revise for the SAC only if the above is completed.
    Victorian prisons.
    3. if you do not wantComplete activities 1 to use this time5 on page 97
    4. Read pages 98
    to revise you can read page 50 -52 of the text book, summarize each offense99 about 'Extended supervision orders' and complete
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    on page 52.99
    5. Read pages 103 to 105 on 'The Death Penalty' and answer questions 1 to 3 on page 105
    Complete for homework.

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Monday, May 7

  1. page Legal Studies 3 edited ... Please note: Your next SAC is next friday 16th March relating to the Constitution. If you have…
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    Please note: Your next SAC is next friday 16th March relating to the Constitution. If you have completed all the above work you can begin revising for the SAC. Refer to the document below for your revision.
    {SAC 2.1 summary- The Constitution.pdf}
    Judge Made Law Resources
    {judges ability to make law.ppt}
    {precedent intro.ppt}
    {Precedent in Action DvS.ppt}
    {Wrongful life Precedent in action.pdf}

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