Social Studies 10
In Law 12 you will learn about the role of law and the benefits of the legal system.
If you are interested in a Law related career, you will enjoy this introduction to how to make legal decisions, and think critically about legal issues. Our goal is for you to gain the skills to clearly express ideas, argue effectively, logically, and accurately interpret the written word applied to legal, social and ethical issues.
Module 1 Foundations (includes Orientation Course)
Module 2 Criminal Law
Module 3 Civil Law
Module 4 Family Law
This course satisfies the mandatory Social Studies credit for graduation.
Student-paced - for those who wish to take responsibility for establishing their own timelines or who need to have maximum flexibility in terms of course work in order to accommodate other activities in their lives. (14 assignments; 1 inquiry project and 1 supervised exam)
4 Modules (14 assignments, plus 3 in the Orientation Course)
1 Inquiry Project
1 Supervised Exam
Assignments - 60%
Test - 20%
Inquiry Project 20%
There is no textbook for this course.
Basic Technical Requirements
This course has been written according to the new BC Curriculum. (2018).
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