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Children offer their thoughts about people who steal.

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  1. Crime and punishment - Teacher's notes


We should talk to people who steal because they need to understand that they're hurting other people.

I think what we should do to change attitudes is to show them what it's like to be stolen from.

I think it's a good idea for the person who's been stealing to meet the person they've been stealing from because it can give them a good chance to try and change their personality.

If people carry on stealing we should show them what it feels like to have their most valuable possession taken away from them.

If people knew how hurtful it was to have something stolen then perhaps they might stop stealing.

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