Teaching activity

Judge, Jury & Evaluator - Should E-cigarettes be banned?

Michael Albanese

27th November 2016

A differentiated, student-centred and ready-to-go lesson in which students analyse many types of information to decide if e-cigarettes should be banned in public and heavily taxed.

It covers topics such as Government Intervention, CSR, Stakeholder Analysis and The Economy, but more importantly helps them to develop the following skills:

  • Analysis of quantitative and qualitative data
  • Evaluation of the relevance and strength of information
  • The ability to combine information to make strong points

The idea is simple; students need to study the various types of "evidence", argue the reasons for and against and decide if e-cigarettes should follow the same fate as cigarettes by being banned from public places. Simply download the resources below and let the students do the hard work!

  • PowerPoint - slides 2 - 11 include different types of evidence, slides 12 - 14 allow students to collate the most relevant points and combine them to make their final decision.

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Michael Albanese

Assistant Curriculum Lead for Business and Law at Solihull Sixth Form College

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