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CITIZENSHIP AND CRIME

V. Ryan © 2006 - 2010

 

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People often get confused by the definition of the three words - RULES, LAW and CRIME. However, they have different meanings. Three definitions are written below. Which one is the definition of ‘crime’ ‘rules’ and Law ? Underline the correct answer.

   
   

Look at the words below. Each word is linked to one of the words CRIME, RULES or LAW. Place an ‘L’ next to those that mean LAW, a ‘C’ next to those that mean crime and a ‘R’ next to those that mean RULES.

 

Look at the list of crimes written below and write down what you think should be the sentence for each, according to the Law:

   
   
 
 

THE EFFECTS OF CRIME

   

Crime affects our community, individuals and the whole country. Below is a basic rich picture that displays some of the ways crime affects us all. Complete the rich picture by adding more words / phrases and pictures.

   

Write a short story about the way an old age pensioner may be affected by having his/her pension stolen whilst shopping. How would he/she feel? What would he/she do ? How many people would be involved in helping him/her ? etc........

   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
   
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