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All at Sea: A story about fairness and the rule of law

Explore the tale of the Merry Molly and its crew who find themselves shipwrecked on a desert island. How will they decide how to share their limited food? What will they do when they discover some hidden treasure? And how will they deal with their former Captain who treated them so badly when the ship was sailing?

Overview

During this lesson pupils use the story ‘All at Sea’ to explore how a group of citizens should organise a new society under a challenging set of circumstances. Each chapter includes a set of key questions which allows you to explore the arising issues as they occur. Key themes include: ·         Fairness...
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