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Legal Studies

In planning teaching and learning approaches for 2022, it is important for teachers to understand the performance of students in the 2021 end-of-year examination. In this presentation, Lisa Filippin outlines how students responded to the 2021 Legal Studies examination, identifies questions that students found difficult, discusses common mistakes and areas requiring improvement, and reflects on implications for teaching this year.

Recorded March 2022

Legal Studies

This professional learning activity is designed to provide teachers with support in providing effective exam preparation for their students and checking that all bases are covered in the countdown to the final exam.

This program will provide teachers with:

  • suggestions of the key knowledge and key skills from the study design which require particular focus
  • possible key tasks to undertake with the students
  • sample revision activities
  • resource suggestions
  • tips and advice to assist students with revision and exam preparation.

Recorded September 2021

Legal Studies

In planning teaching and learning approaches for 2021, it is important for teachers to understand the performance of students in the 2020 end-of-year examination. In this presentation, Lisa Filippin outlines how students responded to the 2020 Legal Studies examination, identifies questions that students found difficult, discusses common mistakes and areas requiring improvement, and reflects on implications for teaching this year.

Recorded March 2021

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This voice presentation is fully integrated with the PowerPoint for viewing.  It is a recording of the presentation by David Adam, Northcote High School, on 5 June 2018.

Copies of the presentation slides and resources are also provided for you to download.

Applies to the 2018 - 2022 VCE Legal Studies Study Design

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This presentation is fully integrated with the PowerPoint for your viewing. It is a recording of the presentation by Jane Edwards, Methodist Ladies' College, on 5 June 2018.

A copy of the presentation slides is also provided for you to download.

Applies to the 2018 - 2022 VCE Legal Studies Study Design

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This voice recording and integrated PowerPoint is a recording of the presentation by Megan Jeffery of VCAA and Annie Wilson of Camberwell Girls' Grammar School on 21 February 2018.

A copy of the presentation slides and resources is also provided for you to download.

Applies to the 2018 - 2022 VCE Legal Studies Study Design

Legal Studies

This voice recording and integrated PowerPoint is of a May 2017 presentation by Lisa Filippin. It highlights the key elements of the newly accredited 2018-22 study design and notes changes from the previous study design to the new. A copy of the presentation slides is also provided for you to download. The presentation was a VCAA funded program delivered by VCTA.

This free presentation is available to all teachers.

Applies to the 2018 - 2022 VCE Legal Studies Study Design

Are you confident in the implementation and delivery of School-assessed Coursework in VCE Legal Studies? Presented by Peter F Hughes of Robinvale Secondary College, this presentation will explore the 'how to' of the design and assessment of VCE Legal Studies School-assessed Coursework.

In this professional learning program you will

  • explore the 'do's and don'ts' of SACs
  • learn what to consider when designing a SAC
  • consider what to look for when using a SAC created by someone else
  • receive an overview of the Study Design requirements
  • see examples of SACs with varying degrees of difficulty
  • examine sample student responses to a SAC
  • learn what to consider when grading student responses.

Recorded March 2017

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