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Is lack of education the cause of crime?

GCSE Sociology - AQA Education Unit
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Miss Khanom

on 30 January 2014

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Transcript of Is lack of education the cause of crime?

Learning Task 1
What does a criminal look like?

Unusual size or shape
of the head


Strange eyes
Facial asymmetry
Extended jaw and jaw bone
Big or small ears

Full lips leaned forward

Abnormal teeth
Learning Objectives
Entry Activity
Is lack of education the cause of crime?
What does a criminal loo
Tip: Think about educational failure
To be able to Describe the biological theory of crime. (D/E)
To be able to explain how the
four sociological theories explains crime. (C/B)
To be able to evaluate the biological
theory and analyze and compare
the four sociological theories. (A/A*)
Draw what you think a criminal looks like....
you have ......seconds.
Cesare Lombroso was an Italian doctor from the mid ninteeth century. He believed criminals had certain physical features which determined them to be criminals.

Once finished, stick on WonderWall
What?
How?
Why?
Agree/Disagree?
Main cause
Least cause
Secondary
Secondary
Third
Third
Third
Fourth
Fourth
Shine with
Diamond 9!
Rank what you think are the causes of crime.
So..what are the Sociological causes of crime?
Over to you...
Work in your target pairs
2 mins at each point
Lets
check
our
learning
Pose...
...pause
...pounce
...bounce!!
Biological Explanation
Look at your drawings.. which of these match the pictures and which do you agree with?
Wrinkled skin

Nose curled up

Flat nose


Beak nose
Long, Small or Flat chin
Dark skin
Refer to your Learning Pyramid



State two things you have learnt about the Biological Theory.
This will show your higher order thinking skills!
You have been given your allocated learning tasks.

You may visit the information stations at any time.

You have 10 minutes.
These statistics show backgrounds of the 2011 rioters who were charged with an offence.
Convert 66% to a decimal.
If a total of 6000 people were charged- How many were 10-17 year olds?
Convert 42% to a fraction in its
simplest form.

LO: To understand the Sociological explanations of crime.
To be able to Describe the biological theory of crime. (D/E)
To be able to explain how the
four sociological theories explains crime. (C/B)
To be able to evaluate the biological
theory and analyze and compare
the four sociological theories. (A/A*)

Plenary
Refer to your pyramids.
At the top, state what is the most convincing reason for the cause of the riots and state why.
Remember to use
your punctuation pyramids!
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