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Last Modified on September 30, 2013
 

Chapter 3 – Negligence and Strict Liability Business Law 60 minutes High School (9-12)  NBEA Business Law Standards:

Differentiate between and give examples of negligence and intentional torts.

Explain the concepts of the reasonable person test and proximate cause.

Explain the concept of strict liability and describe circumstances under which it is imposed. Learning Objectives:

Students will be able to...

Define and describe the elements of negligence. ● Describe when the reasonable person test and foreseeability test are used in civil cases.

Explain the concept of strict liability. ● Discuss and develop categories and organize the terms from the chapter into categories. Resources: ● PowerPoint 3.2 ● Word Sort Sheet of Terms ● Work Sort Headings (if needed) ● Word Sort Instructions ● Access to a computer (mindmeister.com) or poster paper Lesson Plan: 1.

 Hook.

Pose an example of a tort for students to consider.

A student crosses the street on the first day of school in the crosswalk. Meanwhile, a driver does not see the person walking and turns right at the light into the person. The driver hits the student with his car and the student winds up with a broken collarbone. i. Has someone done something wrong? ii. What was a wrongdoing? iii. Has someone been harmed? iv. Should the victim be compensated? v. Ask – What actions can the student take, if any.

Students will revisit this scenario throughout the lesson. 2. Activate students’ knowledge by recalling what was discussed in the previous lesson

Ask students to recall the difference between a tort and a crime by asking how they would classify the previous example.

Review the objectives from previous lesson – resolve concerns, answer questions. 3. Ask students what Negligence means and provide an example.

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