The Death Penalty in China and the World
In this lesson students work collectively to use their mathematical skill and appropriate technology to examine and analyse information about the changing use of the death penalty in China and the world. They will look for the most effective ways of presenting information using charts, graphs and maps, and comment on the reliability and validity of the data that they have collected. The lesson could be used as part of a theme day on China, or a cross-curricular Citizenship/PSE project or as a stand-alone lesson.
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