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The 30th of January Reading comprehension The Great Train Robbery
The aims and expected results of the lesson To give information about the great train robbery in London, 1963; To learn to scan the text to get an appropriate information to give right answer; Individual and group feedback. They will read and know about the great train robbery in London, 1963; They will be able to scan the text to get an appropriate information to give right answer; They will be able to work individually and in group.
Which of these words have something to do with crime and which have something to do with detection? Detective Clue Witness Fingerprints Robber Break into Steal Run away
Choose the right definition to your word 1 a police officer who tries to solve a crime 2 prints of people’s fingers 3 something that helps to solve a puzzle or mystery 4 someone who may have seen or may have information about a crime 5 someone who stole things 6 to enter a place illegally 7 someone who saw the crime 8 run from something
1 Why was the money going to London? (In What was the crime?) 2 Where was the money on the train? (In What kind of train was it?) 3 What did the robbers do to make the train stop? (In What happened?) 4 Where did the robbers go after they had committed the crime? (In How did they solve the crime?)
Individual work “Knowledge Rating Scale” *Complete the chart Dates, numbers and etc What do they mean? £2.5 million Train traveled From to 500-kilometre Coach, which contained bags of money Green light means Red light means 40 kilometres 30 years