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  1. You are a representative of the Town Authorities. You are very sorry about the matter but you consider that you do your best to take care of people in your town. The Town Authorities pay a lot of attention to teenagers: there is a new Sport Centre and a nice Disco Club in the town. You think that teenagers' parents are guilty of Mr. Smith because they bring up their children badly and don't take care of them. You can also speak about the work of the Police in your town and the people in the community.



  1. You are a Police officer. You are very sorry about Mr. Smith. You are going to speak about your hard work: few people want to work in the Police; you need new equipment and feel little respect. You have already told the Town Authorities about your problems but they don't react. The Police officers try their best to keep law and order in your town. You think Mr. Smith didn't have to leave his shop because he was alone. He should have called the Police.



3. You are a Surgeon, who tried to save Mr. Smith. You say that the number of teenager’s victims has increased lately. You are very sorry about Mr. Smith. Luckily, you managed to save his life, but unfortunately he will be disabled for some time. You are sure that those teenagers are very cruel and their parents are guilty of this accident.



4. You are a representative of the teenagers' par­ents. You are very sorry about Mr. Smith. You tried your best to bring up your child as a good person but you have to work hard and don't have the opportunity to spend much time with your child. Your life is hard and the Town Authorities don't do anything for you. You think that school is guilty because they work awfully and don't give good education. And where are the Police? Who should prevent such cases?



5 You are a representative of the community ( Simpleton). You live just near the City Bookstore. You didn't hear anything that evening. If you had heard any­thing you wouldn't have come outside because you are afraid of the teenagers hanging around in your district. You would have called the Police. You are very sorry. You think your town needs more policemen and they should work better. You think people, who passed by the gang that evening, were afraid of those teenagers.



6. You are a representative of a teenager group. You think that nobody understands you. You are not pleased with your school. Your parents are always busy. Nobody needs you. You don't know what to do. You like to spend time with your friends. Sometimes you play jokes on people. You don't think that it is bad. You think Mr. Smith shouldn't have chased teenagers. You think adults are cowards if they didn’t help that person.



7. You are the interviewer. You should conduct the talk show, introduce people. You should describe the situation at the beginning of the show.

Town Authorities.


I’m very sorry about the matter and I must bring apology to Mr. Smith’s family. Now I can’t but mention that Town Authorities do their best to take care of people in our town. In my opinion we pay a lot attention to teenagers: there is open a new Sport Centre and a nice Disco Club in the town. I’m sure that teenagers’ parents are guilty of Mr. Smith’s case because they bring up their children in bad conditions and don’t take care of them. The work of the police also leaves much to be desired.


The Police Officer.

I’m the police officer. My name is Mike Petra. I arrived at the place of the accident that evening and found the body of Mr. Tom Smith. It was lying on the pavement motionless. It was really an unpleasant sight. I am sure that my work is very hard; few people want to work in the Police. They think that it isn’t a noble profession. But I don’t agree to it. We try to do our best to keep order in our town and help people. But still there are a lot of problems left. We need more people to work and new equipment. I have already reported the Town Authorities about our problems, but they didn’t react. I’m sure that Mr. Smith didn’t have to leave his shop and chase the children. As he was alone he had better call the Police.


A Witness.

I’m the representative of the community. I live just near the City Bookstore. I didn’t see and hear anything that evening. Even if heard anything I doubt whether I would come to help because I’m afraid of the teenagers in that area. Those teenagers are considered the cruelest. I think that I would call the Police. I’m sorry about Mr. Smith. In my opinion, our town needs more policemen and they should work better. Personally I feel that people who passed by that evening were afraid of those teenagers and were afraid of being beaten too.


A Surgeon.

I’m a surgeon at the National Neurological Hospital. My name is Dr. Jane. The body of Mr. Tom was brought to our hospital in a very bad condition. A group of my collegues tries desperately to save his life, but his injures proved too severe. I’m afraid that he lost too much blood. And as a result of his being beaten he’s got concussion. Luckily we managed to save his life, but unfortunately, he will be disabled for some time. As far as I can remember the number of teenagers’ victims has increased lately. We are sure that those teenagers are very cruel and their parents are guilty of this accident. They had better tell them about the possible consequences of their cruelty.


The representative of the teenager group.

My name is Cindy. I completely disagree that any of us is guilty of this accident. We grew up in the street because we were always treated as troublesome teens. In my opinion, nobody understands me, I’m sure that nobody needs me. I don’t know what to do. Sometimes it seems to me that I have forgotten how my mother looks like. She’s always busy. I have never seen my father. My house is big and nice, but my mother forbids me to invite friends there. And I have to spend time with my friend in the street. Sometime we play jokes on people. I’m sure that it isn’t bad. I think that Mr. Smith shouldn’t have chased us because of a cheap football. We didn’t want to do any harm to him/ we just wanted to play football, but we didn’t have money. I think adults are cowards, if they didn’t come to help him.


A Parent.

I’m very sorry about Mr. Smith. I think that I do my best to bring up my daughter as a good person. But I have to work hard and don’t have an opportunity to spend much time with her. I am bringing up my daughter alone, my life is hard and the Town Authorities do nothing for me. They’d better provide mothers with extra payment for children. In my opinion, school is guilty because they work awfully and don’t give good education. And where was the Police? Who should prevent such cases?


Conclusion.

I think that we can’t find the only guilty person. It goes without saying that teenagers and their parents are guilty of Mr. Smith’s case. But I’m sure that the whole society is guilty. I can’t agree that teenagers stole the ball because they didn’t have money; they were not taught that everybody is forbidden to steal smb’s property. These teens needed attention from their parents and from the Town Authorities. For one hand the Town Authorities pay a lot of attention to teenagers, they opened Sport centre and Disco Club but they are too expensive for poor children and again they have to enjoy themselves in the street. For the other hand expensive life makes their parents work a lot to provide their children with everything necessary. As the result the street has brought up these children and deprived them of love and attention. The street has taught them to survive and become a leader, but it hasn’t taught them to be a law obedient citizen.











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Teenager Gang Beats Shopkeeper to Death

An Indian immigrant who spent 20 years working to open the shop of his dreams has died after being beaten up by a gang of teenagers who helped them­selves to a $4.99 football.

The gang jeered at Tom Smith, 43, when he chased them on to the pavement outside his new shop in Bayswater, west London. They then kicked him and beat him.

Surgeons at the National Neurological Hospital tried desperately to save his life, but his injures proved too severe. He lost much blood. He’s got concussion. He will be disabled for some time.

His attackers are said to include a stocky girl, aged 14 or 15, with long brown hair who was "loud and aggressive". Police are also anxious to interview a boy about 2 meter in tall, with short hair. The gang included at least two others.

Detective Chief Inspector Mike Petra said: "It's absolutely mindless that this gentleman appears to have got such serious injures because of a cheap plastic football."

He revealed that a fortnight ago Mr. Smith was racially abused by youths who came into his shop and the killing way have been racially motivat­ed. "But at this stage we still believe he was probably attacked because he was brave enough to intervene when these people tried to steal his property."

Mr. Smith, who emigrated from New Delhi, gradually developed his shopkeeping until he was able to open the City Bargain Book Store in Queensway, selling books and football gear.

A father of three, Mr. Smith was renowned as a man of gentle character. Sarina Sapatereiro, 20, a travel consultant at the nearby branch of Thomas Cook said: "He was the nicest person. He always brought a smile to his face when you walked into the shop."

The area often turned ugly at night, according to George Sampleton, manager of a spectacle shop. He added: "Shoplifting is common around here. Many young people come here in groups late in the evening. I was waiting for something like this to hap­pen."

At the time of the attack on Sunday, Mr. Smith had been working late on his own, said Mr. Siampleton. "There is always trouble with kids hang­ing around. The whole community is devastated. We have worked so hard and then they come along and do this." Mr. Sampleton said that passers-by did not intervene to stop the attack. "Shame on the people who walked past and did not help him," he said.

If someone had gone to his rescue then this would not have happened. People complain about the ills in society but they make the ills themselves. Mr. Smith was well known for going out of his way to help people in any way that he could. It should not have happened to a guy like that.

Teenager Gang Beats Shopkeeper to Death

An Indian immigrant who spent 20 years working to open the shop of his dreams has died after being beaten up by a gang of teenagers who helped them­selves to a $4.99 football.

The gang jeered at Tom Smith, 43, when he chased them on to the pavement outside his new shop in Bayswater, west London. They then kicked him and beat him.

Surgeons at the National Neurological Hospital tried desperately to save his life, but his injures proved too severe. He lost much blood. He’s got concussion. He will be disabled for some time.

His attackers are said to include a stocky girl, aged 14 or 15, with long brown hair who was "loud and aggressive". Police are also anxious to interview a boy about 2 meter in tall, with short hair. The gang included at least two others.

Detective Chief Inspector Mike Petra said: "It's absolutely mindless that this gentleman appears to have got such serious injures because of a cheap plastic football."

He revealed that a fortnight ago Mr. Smith was racially abused by youths who came into his shop and the killing way have been racially motivat­ed. "But at this stage we still believe he was probably attacked because he was brave enough to intervene when these people tried to steal his property."

Mr. Smith, who emigrated from New Delhi, gradually developed his shopkeeping until he was able to open the City Bargain Book Store in Queensway, selling books and football gear.

A father of three, Mr. Smith was renowned as a man of gentle character. Sarina Sapatereiro, 20, a travel consultant at the nearby branch of Thomas Cook said: "He was the nicest person. He always brought a smile to his face when you walked into the shop."

The area often turned ugly at night, according to George Sampleton, manager of a spectacle shop. He added: "Shoplifting is common around here. Many young people come here in groups late in the evening. I was waiting for something like this to hap­pen."

At the time of the attack on Sunday, Mr. Smith had been working late on his own, said Mr. Siampleton. "There is always trouble with kids hang­ing around. The whole community is devastated. We have worked so hard and then they come along and do this." Mr. Sampleton said that passers-by did not intervene to stop the attack. "Shame on the people who walked past and did not help him," he said.

If someone had gone to his rescue then this would not have happened. People complain about the ills in society but they make the ills themselves. Mr. Smith was well known for going out of his way to help people in any way that he could. It should not have happened to a guy like that.

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Ролевая игра ТОК - ШОУ “Who is guilty ”.

Класс: 10

Цель: Развитие навыков речевой деятельности. Формирование гражданско-правовых норм поведения.

Оборудование:  таблицы с указанием участников ток - щоу (истцы, ответчики, свидетели, представители разных организаций и т.д.),

Действующие лица:

the representative of the Town Authorities- John Wright

the Detective Chief Inspector - Mike Petra.

a Witness- Angela Simpleton

a Surgeon- Dr. Jane.

the representative of the teenager group- Cindy

her mother- Betsey Johnson

talk show host- Ann Brown

guests


ХОД УРОКА

Организационный этап

Учитель говорит вступительное слово о том, что общество сегодня далеко от идеала. Иногда пороки общества приводят к плачевным последствиям. Об одном из них и пойдет сегодня речь.

Step 1. Учитель предлагает всем ознакомиться с текстом. Ученики используют словарь, если это необходимо. Учитель дает 5 минут, чтобы прочитать его.

Step 2. Учитель проверяет, общее понимание текста, задавая общие вопросы.

  1. Did Mr. Smith live in London?

  2. Did he work in the shop?

  3. Was he a good citizen?

  4. Has he got 3 children?

  5. Was he killed at night or in the morning?

  6. Did he die at once or later at hospital?

  7. Did the teens steal anything? What was is?

  8. Did somebody try to stop the teens?

  9. Did only boys attack Mr. Smith?

  10. Do you agree that he was probably attacked because he was brave enough to intervene when these teens tried to steal his property?

Учитель заканчивает обсуждение текста с вопросами:

  1. Is this article interesting? Why (not)?

  2. Do you think we have teenager problems in our town?

  3. Who do you think is guilty of Mr. Smith’s death?

Step 3. Учитель раздает участникам ток-шоу ролевые карточки, на которых дано описание роли, учащиеся обдумывают в течение 2-3 минут свою речь.

Step 4. Начинается ток-шоу. В зависимости от подготовленности учащихся роль ведущего может исполнять либо учитель, либо ученик.






talk show host- Ann Brown

Hallo, ladies and gentlemen, good morning our dear guests. My name is Ann Brown. We begin our Talk Show “Who is guilty?”

Not long ago an Indian immigrant Tom Smith the bookkeeper was beaten by the teenager gang. Today we have gathered to understand what happened that evening and who is guilty. Our guests today are the representatives of different social groups:

the representative of the Town Authorities- John Wright

the Detective Chief Inspector - Mike Petra.

a Witness- Angela Simpleton

a Surgeon- Dr. Jane.

the representative of the teenager group- Cindy

her mother- Betsey Johnson


I think that only the Police officer has true information. I’d like to introduce Mike Petra to you.(…) What happened that evening?

(далее приводится пример высказываний учащихся)

M. P. I’m the Detective Chief Inspector. My name is Mike Petra. I arrived at the place of the accident that evening and found the body of Mr. Tom Smith. It was lying on the pavement motionless. It was really an unpleasant sight. His attackers are said to include a stocky girl, aged 14 or 15, with long brown hair who was "loud and aggressive". Police are also anxious to interview a boy about 2 meters in tall, with short hair. The gang included at least two others.

Ann Brown Thank you , detective. But now I am interested in the other question. Dr. Jane were his injures really too serious?

Dr. I’m a surgeon at the National Neurological Hospital. My name is Dr. Jane. The body of Mr. Tom was brought to our hospital in a very bad condition. A group of my collegues tried desperately to save his life, but his injures proved too severe. I’m afraid that he lost too much blood. And as a result of his being beaten he’s got concussion. Luckily we managed to save his life, but unfortunately, he will be disabled for some time.

Ann Brown As far as I can remember the number of teenagers’ victims has increased lately.

Dr. You are right. As far as statistic is concerned, during the last year there were 2 cases when people were beaten to death. We are sure that those teenagers are very cruel and their parents are guilty of this accident, because they bring up their children in bad conditions and don’t take care of them properly. They had better tell them about the possible consequences of their cruelty.

Ann Brown Thank you Dr. Jane.(…) Ladies and gentlemen we invited that aggressive and loud girl. Meet Cindy.(…)

Cindy My name is Cindy. I completely disagree that any of us is guilty of that accident. We grew up in the street because we were always treated as troublesome teens. In my opinion, nobody understands me, I’m sure that nobody needs me. I don’t know what to do. Sometimes it seems to me that I have forgotten how my mother looks like. She’s always busy. I have never seen my father. My house is big and nice, but my mother forbids me to invite friends there. And I have to spend time with my friends in the street. Sometimes we play jokes on people. I’m sure that it isn’t bad. I think that Mr. Smith shouldn’t have chased us because of a cheap football. We didn’t want to do any harm to him/ we just wanted to play football, but we didn’t have money. I think adults are cowards, if they didn’t come to help him.

Ann Brown Angela Simpleton leaves nearby and probably she can explain what happened that evening?

A.S. I’m Angela Simpleton. I live just near the City Bookstore. I didn’t see and hear anything that evening. Even if heard anything I doubt whether I would come to help because I’m afraid of the teenagers in that area. Those teenagers are considered the cruelest. I think that I would rather call the Police. I’m sorry about Mr. Smith. In my opinion, our town needs more policemen and they should work better. Personally I feel that people who passed by that evening were afraid of those teenagers and were afraid of being beaten too.



Ann Brown Meet Mrs. Johnson, Cindy’s mother. What can you say Mrs. Johnson? How could it happen that your daughter got involved in that accident?

B. J. I’m very sorry about Mr. Smith. I can’t realize that it is really happening to me. I’ve always tried to do my best to bring up my daughter as a good person. But I have to work hard and don’t have an opportunity to spend much time with her. Her father left us when she was 6. And I have to bring up my daughter alone, my life is hard and the Town Authorities do nothing for me. They’d better provide mothers with extra payment for children. In my opinion, school is also guilty because they work awfully and don’t give good education. And where was the Police who should prevent such cases?

Ann Brown Now, I’d like to give a word to John Wright, the representative of the Town Authorities/ he’ll tell us about the work they do to take care of people.

John Wright My name is John Wright. I’ve been working as a Manager of the Youth committee for many years and I can’t but mention that Town Authorities do their best to take care of people in our town. People of different social groups are provided with special payments. All you need to do is to come to your district committee and bring all necessary documents. In my opinion we pay a lot attention to teenagers: there is open a new Sport Centre and a nice Disco Club in the town. All young people need to do is to come there and enjoy themselves. But the work of the police leaves much to be desired.

M. P. I am sure that my work is very hard; few people want to work in the Police. They think that it isn’t a noble profession. But I don’t agree to it. We try to do our best to keep order in our town and help people. But still there are a lot of problems left. We need more people to work and new equipment. I have already reported the Town Authorities about our problems, but they didn’t react. I’m sure that Mr. Smith didn’t have to leave his shop and chase the children. As he was alone he had better call the Police.

John Wright I can’t agree that the Town Authorities didn’t react. We tried to stimulate Police Officers with extra payments and advantages (privileges).

Ann Brown Before we make the conclusion I’d like to ask our guests what they think of the case and who is guilty?

Guest 1 I think that there isn’t the only guilty person. It goes without saying that teenagers and their parents are guilty of Mr. Smith’s case. But I’m sure that the whole society is guilty. I can’t agree that teenagers stole the ball because they didn’t have money; they were not taught that everybody is forbidden to steal smb’s property. These teens needed attention from their parents and from the Town Authorities.

Guest 2 For one hand the Town Authorities pay a lot of attention to teenagers, they opened Sport centre and Disco Club but they are too expensive for poor children and again they have to enjoy themselves in the street. For the other hand expensive life makes their parents work a lot to provide their children with everything necessary. As the result the street has brought up these children and deprived them of love and attention. The street has taught them to survive and become a leader, but it hasn’t taught them to be a law obedient citizen.

Ann Brown In conclusion we must confess that the whole society is guilty. Parents should take better care of their children and find time to communicate with them.

Town authorities should pay better attention to the problems of the parents and provide the police with everything necessary, because much depends on their work.

And people in the whole should be more attentive to others because if you want to be helped you must help others too.

Thank you very much for being with us.



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Подведение итогов.

После ток-шоу учитель проводит рефлексию. Необходимо выяснить все ли удалось на уроке, все ли согласны с выводами, что было трудно, как выходили из этого положения.

В конце урока учитель благодарит учащихся, выставляет оценки.





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