Respect, Responsibility, Excellence
T: Telephone02 4232 1911
2 units for each of Year 11 & Year 12
Board Developed Category A
Course Costs: $10.00
The Year 11 Course develops students' knowledge and understanding of the nature and functions of law and law-making, the development of Australian and international legal systems, the Australian constitution and law reform. It examines an individual's rights and responsibilities, how disputes are resolved and examines a contemporary issue concerning the individual and technology. Students have the opportunity to investigate issues that illustrate how the law operates in practice. This is achieved by investigating, analysing and synthesising legal information and investigating legal issues from a variety of perspectives.
The Law in Practice unit is designed to provide opportunities for students to deepen their understanding of the principles of law covered in the first sections of the course. This section may be integrated with Part I and Part II.
The Year 12 Course investigates the key areas of law, justice and human rights through a variety of focus studies which consider how changes in societies influence law reform.
Two options are chosen from:
Each topic's themes and challenges should be integrated into the study of the topic.
Particular Course Requirements Nil
Course Contact: Mr Mark Storch, Head Teacher: Human Society & Its Environment
Saddleback Mountain Road
Kiama NSW 2533
telephone 02 4232 1911
We would like to pay our respects and acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land and also pay respect to Elders of this country, Dharawal country, both past and present and emerging.
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