Causes of Crime End of Unit Test (answers provided).

Causes of Crime End of Unit Test (answers provided).

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Resource Description

Key issue: To what extent have the causes of crime and the types of crime committed changed over time?

This is a great test to hand to GCSE History students studying the WJEC Crime and Punishment paper. This test covers the CAUSES OF CRIME SECTION ONLY. The test covers crime from the Tudor period to present day as required. Marks available are in brackets next to each question. The answers are in easy to follow bullet points. Students find this a really useful resource in their revision and helps push the A grade students to A* students. Questions include the following topics:
Treason
Heresy
Vagrancy
Smuggling
Highway Robbery
Luddites
Rebecca Riots
Car crime
Computer Crime
IRA
Terrorism
Hooliganism
Drug Crime
Knife Crime
Gun Crime

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File Name File Type File Size
End of section 1 test Crime and Punishment.doc
Microsoft Word 48KB

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WJEC History

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