lesson focus

  • Respect
  • Responsibility
  • Freedom
  • Integrity
  • Care and compassion

expectations and goals

  • Students to revisit the rationale for engaging in the program
  • Students to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of Crime Stoppers, citizenship and their role in society

learning experiences

Classroom Ideas

  1. Hold a discussion with the students on what Crime Stoppers means to them, their society and their future.
  2. Review the rationale from Lesson 1 and discuss how the program has developed their understanding of society.
    The rationale of students undertaking this program is to allow students to develop an understanding of how important they are and how valuable their actions and contributions can be in maintaining and shaping our society. By knowing how to be a good citizen, students are able to enhance their sense of belonging to their society.
  3. Ask students to write a reflective summary about the program of work. Include some of the following aspects:
    1.  What was your favourite lesson? Why?
    2.  Did you participate to the best of your ability? Why or why not?
    3. How has Crime Stoppers portrayed their campaigns to the everyday public?
    4. How can I help to improve the profile of Crime Stoppers?
    5. How can we as a school community, build the profile of Crime Stoppers and also the upholding of our important values?

lesson focus question

  1. What have you learnt over the program?
  2. What do you need to do if you see a crime being committed?
  3. What actually happens to your information?

assessment tasks

Students to:

  1. Write a letter to the school principal outlining the need to build the profile of Crime Stoppers in the school community


Printable lesson plan [Download Year 9, Lesson 10 plan)

Additional Activities: 

Activity A: Crime Stoppers word search [Download Activity A]

Activity B: Crime Stoppers hidden messages [Download Activity B]

Activity C: Decipher the code [Download Activity C]