Education Network are currently working with a large college who are looking for an A'Level Law teacher to fulfil their requirements from April until the end of the summer term.
You will be required to teach:
1. The nature of law and the English legal system
2. Criminal law
4. Law of contract
5. Human rights
Your students will be expected to:
develop competence in using legal skills during the study of the nature of law, legal issues and the English legal system, and private and public areas of substantive law
demonstrate their ability to analyse a scenario by identifying the key facts from which legal issues arise
analyse, when formulating a legal argument, legislation by applying the rules and principles of statutory interpretation and analyse case law by applying the doctrine of precedent
in respect of each private and public area of substantive law they are required to study, to analyse, apply and evaluate the legal rules and principles of that area of law. construct clear, concise and logical legal arguments which are substantiated by legal authority, using appropriate legal terminology
construct a persuasive argument or conflicting precedents to solve a problem
analyse and critically evaluate legal issues by identifying different perspectives, being able to support their identification of the strongest viewpoint and demonstrating the ability to counter alternative viewpoints.
The essential criteria for these positions are:
- The relevant qualification.
- A passion for teaching and desire to ensure that every student is supported in their learning.
- Experience of working within an education environment.
If this position sounds of interest and you have the relevant experience please send your CV and covering letter to Manchester@ednetwork.co.uk