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Cambridge Legal Studies Stage 6 Fifth Edition Paul Milgate, Kate Dally, Tim Kelly, Daryl Le Cornu and Phil Webster

A new edition of the most up-to-date, relevant and comprehensive resource available for NSW Stage 6 Legal Studies

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At a glance Cambridge Legal Studies Stage 6 Fifth Edition continues to provide the most up-to-date and relevant information, legislation, case studies and statistics on all aspects of the law in an accessible, student friendly resource package for NSW Stage 6 Legal Studies. With comprehensive coverage of all core and optional syllabus topics, students can easily grasp the principles of the law and prepare for success in their examinations. The fifth edition contains: •

updated case studies, media articles, legislation and statistics that reflect recent changes in the law

new topical case studies in Year 11 including Behrouz Boochani, and the 2019 Christchurch massacre

even greater exam and assessment preparation support, including dot-point summaries of themes and challenges, chapter summaries, additional exam-style multiple-choice and extendedresponse questions and more

updated ‘Review’ and ‘Research’ activities that provide Assessment for Learning* opportunities to help students recognise if their current knowledge and understanding is on track

QR code integration in the Print Textbook allows students to gain instant access to video sources.

an Interactive Textbook that brings legal studies to life through rich media, rollover glossary definitions, interactive activities, extended material and complete coverage of the HSC options.

* As advised by NESA in their “Assessment for Reporting in Legal Studies Stage 6” report.

Discover more features •

The popular Year 12 topic Shelter has now been moved from the Interactive Textbook to the print textbook, joining Consumers, Global environmental protection, Family and World order. Indigenous peoples and Workplace are included as digital-only chapters in the Interactive and Offline Textbooks.

Student-friendly language, easy-to-navigate design, and clear and engaging visual support recognises and caters to the variety of abilities in the legal studies classroom without sacrificing depth and quality of content.

Part and chapter openers summarise the topics covered in relation to the syllabus, to assist students and teachers navigate and revise the syllabus requirements.

‘Legal Links’ offer recommendations for relevant websites to facilitate independent learning and encourage students to access and analyse information from a diversity of sources.


Digital components The Interactive Textbook The online version of the student text delivers a host of interactive features to enhance the teaching and learning experience. Interactive features: •

Multiple-choice quizzes

Drag-and-drop interactive activities

Roll-over glossary definitions

Video and sound footage

Links to external websites

Image galleries

Downloadable versions of the activities

Access to the Offline Textbook, a downloadable version of the student text with note-taking and bookmarking enabled

The Interactive Textbook is available as a calendar-year subscription and is accessed online through Cambridge GO using a unique 16-character code supplied on purchase. The Interactive Textbook is provided with the printed text, or is available for purchase separately as a digital-only option. cambridge.edu.au/go

The Teacher Resource Package The Teacher Resource Package offers valuable time-saving planning, classroom and assessment support resources for teachers. Teacher support includes: •

Sample responses for every exercise in the text

Modifiable worksheets with answers to selected questions

Modifiable chapter tests with solutions

PowerPoints for in-class demonstrations

Teaching programs

Marking rubrics

The Teacher Resource Package is available for purchase separately as a unique 16-character code. Once purchased the resources can be downloaded through a Cambridge GO teacher account and stored on your school network for use by other teachers at the school. cambridge.edu.au/go


Authors

Contents

Paul Milgate

Year 11 - available August 2020

Paul Milgate [DipTeach, B.Ed, Grad Cert in Theology and Masters in Educational Leadership] is a Senior Consultant in the Directorate of the Catholic Schools Office in Lismore. He has had extensive experience in Legal Studies, having taught it since its inception, and been the principal author of the Preliminary and HSC textbooks for Edition Three and Four. Paul is also the author of Cambridge Checkpoints NSW Legal Studies (study guide) and has assisted over many years in the planning and running of HSC study days on the North Coast.

Part 1: The legal system

1 Basic legal concepts

2 Sources of contemporary Australian law

3 Classification of law

4 Law reform

5 Law reform in action

Part 2: The individual and the law

6 Your rights and responsibilities

Tim Kelly

7 Resolving disputes

Tim Kelly [BA, DipEd, DipLaw] obtained his BA DipEd from the University of New South Wales in 1984 and completed his Diploma in Law from the Legal Practitioners Admissions Board in 1996. He began teaching Legal Studies in 1993 at St Mary’s Maitland. Since 1998 Tim has been the HSIE Coordinator at St Mary’s in Casino and is currently an Education Officer for the Lismore Catholic Schools Office.

8 Contemporary issue: The individual and technology

Part 3: Law in practice Issue 1: Groups or individuals suffering disadvantage

9 Children and young people

10 Women

11 Migrants (digital-only)

12 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples (digital-only)

Phil Webster

13 People who have a mental illness (digital-only)

Phil Webster [BA, DipEd, MEd, MACE] is Head Teacher of HSIE at Mosman High. He has over 25 years’ experience in HSIE as a teacher of Legal Studies, Society and Culture, and Business Studies, with a particular interest in the changing role of law in society. Phil is passionate about issues of human rights, indigenous affairs and justice in a rapidly changing world.

Issue 2: Events that highlight legal issues

Dr Daryl Le Cornu Dr Daryl Le Cornu [BA (Hons), DipEd, PhD] has many years of experience teaching Legal Studies in high schools. He has a passion for teaching about human rights, the United Nations, global governance and nuclear disarmament. Daryl has also been involved in curriculum development in New South Wales for many years. Currently, he is a History Curriculum Lecturer at the Australian Catholic University, the Education Officer for the World Citizens Association Australia and a member of the Board of ICAN Australia (International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons).

Kate Dally Kate Dally [BA DipEd, Grad Cert Inclusive Education, Grad Cert Asian Studies] is Head Teacher of Social Sciences at Auburn Girls High School in Sydney. She has extensive teaching experience, having taught Social Sciences for the past 29 years as well as teaching education students at USYD for the last five years. Kate’s experience also covers HSC marking in both Legal Studies and Business Studies.

14 The Bali Nine

15 Alcohol and violence (digital-only chapter)

16 The Port Arthur massacre

Issue 3: Individuals or groups in conflict with the state

17 Julian Assange

18 Outlaw motorcycle gangs (digital-only)

19 Behrouz Boochani

20 Mohamed Haneef (digital-only)

21 The Northern Territory National Emergency Response (digital-only) Issue 4: Criminal or civil cases that raise issues of interest to students

22 The Christchurch massacre

23 Facebook and social media privacy issues

Year 12 - available July 2020 Part 1: Crime

1 The nature of crime

2 The criminal investigation process

3 The criminal trial process

4 Sentencing and punishment

5 Young offenders

6 International crime

Part 2: Human rights

7 The nature and development of human rights

8 Promoting and enforcing human rights

9 Contemporary human rights issues

Part 3: Options

10 Option 1: Consumers

11 Option 2: Global environmental protection

12 Option 3: Family

13 Option 4: Indigenous peoples (digital-only)

14 Option 5: Shelter

15 Option 6: Workplace (digital-only)

16 Option 7: World order

Contents are subject to change prior to publication.


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