Victoria’s most trusted legal studies schoolbook series has been updated for the 2018–2022 VCE Legal Studies study design, offering complete support for VCE teachers and their students in 2018 and beyond.
Teachers and students alike will experience immediate benefit from the enhancements offered in these new edition law books.
All the content is explicitly aligned to the 2018–2022 VCE Legal Studies study design.
The content has been developed by expert teachers and is therefore; accurate, trusted, in-depth and appropriately levelled.
These latest edition law books have a new, simplified structure with content organised into manageable 2, 4 or 6 page topics.
Clear, simple and unambiguous language is used throughout these law books, with visuals on every spread.
Engaging and age-appropriate case studies are also featured throughout.
Students will find margin glossary definitions on every page to support learning at every point of.
Comprehensive student and teacher digital support is available with all new law books via o-book assess, including; answers to every question in the schoolbook, assessment support, exam preparation videos, worksheets and more.
A range of new chapter features give students of all abilities the best chance of experiencing success in VCE Legal Studies.
The Legal Toolkit at the front of each Student schoolbook provides clear course information, tips for success, advice on mastering legal citation and a motivational exploration of careers in law.
A short introductory chapter at the beginning of each major unit covers essential prior knowledge, to launch students successfully into the main course content.
‘Check your learning’ questions at the end of every topic are levelled according to Bloom’s taxonomy, to allow for differentiation.
Answers can be found to every question in the Student schoolbook and are provided on Teacher o-book assess.
‘Going further’ content provides additional background information and opportunities for students who want to gain a richer understanding and thrive on being challenged.
‘Study tips’ are short notes provided throughout and are designed to explicitly help students achieve better results on school-based and external assessment tasks.