Revising bribes, tricks, secrets and coercion – activity
Students create a revision chart about the offender tactics bribes, tricks, secrets and coercion.
- Original author:
- University of the Sunshine Coast
- Time required:
- 1 hour
- School years 3-5
- Relates to these Orbit sections:
- Need to Tell Machine (levels 1 – 4)
- Relates to these Orbit key concepts:
- Offender tactics, “need to tell” situations
- Curricular area:
- Health and Physical Education, Personal and social capability
- Content types:
- offender tactics, revision chart
Purpose:To further students understanding of the offender tactics: bribes, tricks, secrets and coercion.
- Rho says handout for each student
- a blank A3 sheet of paper for each group of students
- writing implements for each student
- a ruler for each small group
Use the Rho says handout to revise the meanings of bribes, tricks, secrets and coercion. Note: The text appearing on the Rho says handout is the text used at the end of each level of the “need to tell” machine.
Each small group rules an A3 piece of paper into 4 quandrants. Label the first quadrant “Bribes”, the second quadrant “Tricks”, the third quadrant “Secrets” and the fourth quadrant “Coercion”. Students work in small groups to create a chart that records what they have learnt about each of the four concepts: bribes, tricks, secrets, and coercion.
Rho says handout