Presentation on theme: "8.4 – Crime and Punishment KEYWORDS Addiction A recurring compulsion to engage in an activity regardless of its bad effects Capital punishment The death."— Presentation transcript:
8.4 – Crime and Punishment KEYWORDS Addiction A recurring compulsion to engage in an activity regardless of its bad effects Capital punishment The death penalty for a crime or offence CrimeAn act against the law Deterrence The idea that punishments should be of such a nature that they will put people off( deter) committing crimes JudgementThe act of judging people and their actions Justice Due allocation of reward and punishment/ the maintenance of what is right LawRules made by Parliament and enforceable by the courts Reform The idea that punishments should try to change criminals so that they will not commit crimes again RehabilitationRestore to normal life ResponsibilityBeing responsible for one’s actions Retribution The idea that punishments should make criminals pay for what they have done wrong. SinAn act against the will of God 1. ASSESS YOUR CURRENT LEVEL TOPIC AREA 1 – LAWS AND JUSTICETOPIC AREA 2 – CAPITAL PUNISHMENTTOPIC AREA 3 – DRUGS AND ALCOHOL I can explain the need for law and justice for society to work. I can describe the nature of capital punishment and why it is a moral issue. I can describe the UK laws on drugs and alcohol and give reasons for them. I can explain why justice is important with reasons, quotes and examples for Christians and Muslims. I can explain with reasons, quotes and examples why Christians could take different attitudes to capital punishment. I can explain different social and health problems caused by drugs and alcohol. I can explain different theories of punishment and arguments for and against them. I can explain with reasons, quotes and examples reasons why Muslims could take different attitudes to capital punishment. I can explain with reasons, quotes and examples the different attitudes Christians and Muslims can take to drugs and alcohol. 2. TARGET YOUR WEAKNESSES -Choose the topic area that you are currently the least confident in, use it as your focus for a concentrated section of revision. Later on you will be completing a practise question about this area without your notes. Strategies you can use to help you revise -Create a detailed key-point tool -Complete the practise questions from the textbook -Make key bullet-points for each of the key sections from the topic guide. -Work with a partner to create a revision test. -Map out how many links and connections you can make from the areas of this topic to things you know already/other areas of the GCSE RE course. -Find 3 quotes from the Bible you can use to include and deepen your explanations. Resources to help you revise -Your workbook -The textbook -Revision resources supplied by your teacher -Checking things through with your teacher -Checking with a partner. TOPIC AREA 1TOPIC AREA 2TOPIC AREA 3 AWhat is retribution?What is judgement?What is addiction? BDo you think society needs laws to function?Do you think there would be less crime if capital punishment was legal? Do you think religious people should consume alcohol? CExplain the teachings of Christianity concerning the importance of justice. Explain different religious attitudes towards capital punishment. Explain the teachings of a religion other than Christianity concerning drugs and alcohol. D“To reform is the most important purpose of punishment.” “There is no crime that warrants the death penalty” “Alcohol and drugs are bad for society.” You must: Include 2 reasons in your B question Make reference explicit reference to a religious perspective as part of your D question (i.e. A Christian would think ………. because ………………..) 3. ASSESS YOUR PROGRESS 4. MARK YOUR WORK (in a different colour pen) A QUESTIONB QUESTIONC QUESTIOND QUESTION 2 Marks – Fully accurate definition. 1 Mark – Partially accurate definition. 0 Mark – Completely inaccurate 4 Marks –Opinion backed up with two detailed reasons. 3 Marks – Opinion backed up with one detailed reason and one brief reason. 2 Marks – Opinion backed up with one detailed reason or two brief reasons. 1 Mark – Opinion backed up with one brief reason. 8 Marks – Full understanding demonstrated with accurate, different reasons (4 brief or 2 developed). 6 Marks – Good understanding demonstrated with accurate, different reasons (3 brief or 1 developed and 1 brief) 4 Marks – Fair understanding demonstrated with accurate, different reasons (1 developed or 2 brief). 2 Marks – Partial understanding demonstrated with one brief, accurate reason. Each section is marked out of 3. 3 – 3 brief reasons, 2 detailed or 1 comprehensive. 2 – 2 brief reasons or 1 detailed. 1 – 1 brief reason. To achieve more than 3 across the two sections you must have referred to a religious point of view. 5. REVIEW AND NEXT STEPS Mark Grade On target? What next steps do you need to take to consolidate your knowledge/t arget any gaps?