Sunday, September 3, 2017

Australian Law Semester 2, 2017

VU213471 Investigate Features of the Australian Legal System

Here are the links for working through the 4 assignments which you need to complete and submit to me through Semester 2.




















Assignment 1 : 

1) What is COMMON LAW? What is CRIMINAL LAW? What is CIVIL LAW?

2) What are the three main courts in Australia and how are they different?

In the first assignment for the year you need to watch the video below ...

Download ASSIGNMENT 1  (Access: Duke St students only)

Complete the assignment and submit to your classroom teacher for assessment.


Assignment 2: What's the Law? Issues for discussion

The 10 videos for Assignment 2 are online here.



A You need to complete and submit 10 (of the 14) units of work related to the videos below

You need to do an introductory presentation to the class to show you understand the issues and key messages. Speak to me to find out which unit and week you have been allocated.

The 10 videos for Assignment 2 are online here.


Assignment 3

Part A  The Police and Punishment




Links for answering questions in Assignment 3

Police Powers and the Law

Police Powers: Your Rights in Victoria (2015)
(a useful pamphlet which will also help you answer the questions)

                     
Part B Crime, Justice and Punishment

Assignment 4: Accessing Legal Representation

Here are the links for Assignment 4:

PART A - Getting Advice

PART B - Legal Advice Services

PART C - About Costs and Fees

PART D - Locating Legal Resources in Your Community




Monday, March 20, 2017

Self Paced Learning Project

Certificate 3 in EAL 2017 : VU21323 Develop and document a learning plan

SELF PACED LEARNING
VU21323 Develop and document a learning plan



Part E: Self Study English Project-links for research

...and here are some more ....




You might be interested in considering one of the BBC courses to follow in the first semester. Maybe something to do with pronunciation (link above) might be useful? Or else something more general? It is, of course, up to you what you chose to do - as long as it fits with your own needs expressed in the learning plan.

Consider these ...

Lower Intermediate Course (30 units) --- harder than you think.

Intermediate Course (17 Units) --- for more advanced students

Words in the News --- 48 units based on interesting news stories - reading, listening and grammar (intermediate)

6 Minute English ---48 listening units (intermediate)

Drama --- Alice in Wonderland, The Importance of Being Earnest, Jamaica Inn (intermediate)

News Report ---(Intermediate) ...Current Affairs (quite hard)

Exploring some self-study sites at the BBC ... try this one to practice Pronunciation



http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/english/features/pronunciation/introduction


If none of the projects either in PART E of the learning plan or those above interest you, you might prefer to create a self paced learning project using ...

Grammar in Use 3rd Edition (Murphy)

English Phrasal Verbs in Use (McCarthy/O'Dell)

A range of Penguin ESL Readers

Headway Talking Points (Listening and General English textbook)


YOU COULD ALSO STUDY HEADWAY ONLINE ...

CLICK HERE


Come to me to access resources at Duke Street