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1) burglary;


2) mugging;


3) robbery


4) robbery


5) shoplifting


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Detroit Airport was put on red – alert when a man boarding a plane greeted the pilot – whom he knew – with the words “Hi, Jack!”

Air traffic controllers listening in the airport tower ordered armed SWAT teams to board the plane, before realizing their mistake. An airport police spokesman said that a rule would probably have to be passed that no one named Jack could ever be hired in aviation again.


Redalert – привести в состояние боевой готовности

Hijack – угон самолета

Swat – удар, шлепок

Spokesman - представитель

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Speaker 1. I remember we’d gone to see my aunt who lived just a couple of blocks away, just round the corner; we can’t have been away more than a couple of hours; I suppose it was about 11.30 pm when we got back. They must have gone in through the front door. No windows were broken, and the door hadn’t been forced. The police suspect that a child must have gone through the small window we keep open so the cat can get in and out at night. They say the child would have opened the front door for the adult accomplice, who then searches the house. Then they both leave silently through the front door without disturbing anyone.

Speaker 2. It was terrible. I had my bag stolen as I was walking along the High Street. I suppose it must have been about 6 o’clock. My purse probably contained about 300 pounds and my credit card. And just a few odds and ends, you know. Anyway, he, the thief, I mean, ran down the road and jumped into a car that was parked on the corner. He can’t have been much older than my eldest son, who is 16 now. They must have seen me coming out of the bank on the High street.

Speaker 3. I was at the gas station, as I always am on the weekends. I was just checking the day’s takings when a car drove up and two masked men got out. They came up to the cashier’s window and then one of them pulled out a gun and pointed it at me; holding the gun to my head, they forced me into the washroom-and locked the door. Then they made their getaway with all the money in the till; there can’t have been much more than 500 pounds in the till. Funny thing was they came back a few minutes later and asked me for directions to the next town; they can’t have recognized me or the gas station. I reckon they must have been from out of town judging by their accent …

Speaker 4. I think this guy must be the world’s worst robber or something, or it must have been his first time, because he walks in, and he goes up to the cashier-but you see, there was quite a long queue, and there were all these people waiting. And this woman tells him to get to the back of the queue and wait his turn. He looks a bit embarrassed at this, and shuffles to the back of the queue. .. Anyway, eventually he gets to the cashier and he gives her a note saying: “Hand over all the money or else”, but she can’t make out his handwriting. So, he starts explaining what the note says - no, really, it’s a true story-and that’s when he gets really panicky. And in the end, he just gives up and leaves, saying he will come back later. Honestly, it’s true, it happened to a friend of mine.

Speaker 5. I was down the food department looking for a packet of breakfast cereal-it must have been a few minutes before they were due to close - when I saw this woman looking a bit suspicious. She kept looking around, and she wasn’t carrying a bag or anything, which I thought a bit odd. I’d say she was in her thirties, very slim … anyway she picked up this packet of biscuits and walked off with it, but when I got to the till I saw one of the assistants tasking to her in the office with a police officer, so she couldn’t have got away with it..

1) burglary; 2) mugging; 3) robbery; 4) robbery;

5) shoplifting

Название документа Презентация1.ppt

Цель урока: семантизация лексического материала по теме: ”Crimes and punishme...
РЕЧЕВАЯ РАЗМИНКА Crime is but an inevitable social evil. The number of crimes...
Society prepares the crime; the criminal commits it. And who are the greater...
ARSON KIDNAPPING BLACKMAIL PICKPOCKETING HIJACKING ROBBERY FRAUD DRUG TRAFFI...
Listen to five speakers talking about different crimes and complete the chart...
1 из 5

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№ слайда 1 Цель урока: семантизация лексического материала по теме: ”Crimes and punishme
Описание слайда:

Цель урока: семантизация лексического материала по теме: ”Crimes and punishment” Задачи урока: развитие языковой догадки развитие навыков понимания иноязычной речи на слух развитие фонетических навыков Развитие навыков чтения с детальным пониманием прочитанного

№ слайда 2 РЕЧЕВАЯ РАЗМИНКА Crime is but an inevitable social evil. The number of crimes
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РЕЧЕВАЯ РАЗМИНКА Crime is but an inevitable social evil. The number of crimes committed in the society shows the state of it. The reason of many crimes committed by teenagers is the generation gap Количество преступлений, совершаемых в обществе, показывает состояние этого общества. Преступление - это неизбежное общественное зло. Причиной многих преступлений, совершаемых подростками, является конфликт отцов и детей.

№ слайда 3 Society prepares the crime; the criminal commits it. And who are the greater
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Society prepares the crime; the criminal commits it. And who are the greater criminals - those who sell the instruments of death, or those who buy them and use them? Whoever profits by the crime is guilty of it. Crime is contagious. If the government becomes a lawbreaker, it breeds contempt for law. Every unpunished murder takes away something from the security of every man's life.

№ слайда 4 ARSON KIDNAPPING BLACKMAIL PICKPOCKETING HIJACKING ROBBERY FRAUD DRUG TRAFFI
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ARSON KIDNAPPING BLACKMAIL PICKPOCKETING HIJACKING ROBBERY FRAUD DRUG TRAFFICKING MUGGING FORGERY 11.MURDER 12. SHOPLIFTING 13.BURGLARY

№ слайда 5 Listen to five speakers talking about different crimes and complete the chart
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Listen to five speakers talking about different crimes and complete the chart. You can use some crimes more than once. Blackmail Shoplifting Mugging Burglary Robbery Kidnapping ответы

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Тема: ”Crimes and laws”





Цель урока: семантизация лексического материала по теме



Задачи урока:

  • развитие языковой догадки

  • развитие навыков понимания иноязычной речи на слух

  • развитие фонетических навыков


Название документа Цель урока.doc преступления урок.doc

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Цель урока: семантизация лексического материала по теме: ”Crimes and laws”

Задачи урока:

  • развитие языковой догадки

  • развитие навыков понимания иноязычной речи на слух

  • развитие фонетических навыков

Ход урока

Организационный момент. Введение в тему урока.

Teacher: Today we are going to discuss a new theme that is closely connected with the headline written on the blackboard:

One pupil reads it.

Teacher:What do you think we are going to speak about?

Pupils try to express their views.

Речевая разминка.

а) Фронтальная работа

Teacher: As we are speaking about crimes, criminals and laws I want you to express your opinion and give your arguments “for” and “against” the following ideas written on the blackboard.

Crime is but an inevitable social evil.

The number of crimes committed in the society shows the state of it.

The reason of many crimes committed by teenagers is the generation gap

Pupils express their opinions.Remind them to use communicative formulas ”Giving an opinion”, ”Agreeing/Disagreeing”

Семантизация нового лексического материала.

a) Фонетическая отработка новых слов.

Teacher: As there are many reasons why people commit crimes there are different kinds of crimes. Look at the blackboard. (New words are written on the blackboard. The words are transcribed too to help the students read them easily.)

  • Murder - [ ]

  • Shoplifting - [ ]

  • Burglary - [ ]

  • Arson - [ ]

  • Kidnapping - [ ]

  • Blackmail - [ ]

  • Drug Trafficking - [ ]

  • Pickpoketing - [ ]

  • Hijacking - [ ]

  • Robbery-[ ]

  • Fraud - [ ]

  • Mugging - [ ]

  • Forgery - [ ]

Pupils read the words one by one. Then after the teacher or after a pupil, then in pairs, then the teacher should listen to some students individually.

b) Работа в парах.

Teacher:To understand these words you have to complete the task. You have a list of paper and some cards on your desks. They are words and definitions. Match them.You have 10-12 minutes.

РМ №2 After cutting do not forget to mix them.

Check the task.

Answers: 1) a;2)b;3)c;4)d;5)e;6)f; 7)g; 8)h; 9) i; 10)j ;11) k;12) l;13) m

Первичное закрепление и отработка нового лексического материала.

А) Teacher: To see that you understand the meanings of these crimes I want you to read some sentences which describe different crimes and define them.

Each pair gets the card. They have a minute to look through the ideas.

РМ №3

Read the sentences and define the crime.

The boy would be harmed unless his parents paid the money.

She murdered him for his money.

Why do middle class women steal food from supermarkets?

Having made no profit that year, he set fire to his own factory.

People broke into our house and stole our video camera.

He threatened to tell the newspapers unless he got three thousand pounds.

The pilot was forced to take the plane to Tashkent

Pupils read the sentences and define the crime.

Answers: 1) kidnapping; 2) murder; 3) shoplifting;4) arson; 5) burglary; 6) blackmail; 7) hi jacking

b) Then pupils answer the teacher’s questions.

1. What crimes are committed in our country?

2. What crimes are often shown on TV?

3. What crime do you consider to be the most serious?

5.Развитие навыков понимания иноязычной речи на слух.

Pupils get listening task.

Listen to five speakers talking about different crimes and complete the chart. You can use some crimes more than once.

Blackmail Shoplifting Mugging Burglary Robbery Kidnapping

Crime

Speaker 1

Speaker 2

Speaker 3

Speaker 4

Speaker 5

Итоги Урока и объяснение домашнего задания.

Наиболее активные учащиеся получают отметку на уроке.

Домашнее задание направлено на развитие навыков самостоятельной работы с учебными пособиями и на закрепление правил самообразования.

РМ №5

Fill in the chart

Раздаточный материал

РМ №1

WHY DO PEOPLE COMMIT CRIMES?

1.

2.

3.

Don’t forget to use some linking devices:

First of all, Secondly, Moreover, Besides, Finally

РМ №2

РМ №3
Read the sentences and define the crime.

The boy would be harmed unless his parents paid the money.

She murdered him for his money.

Why do middle class women steal food from supermarkets?

Having made no profit that year, he set fire to his own factory.

People broke into our house and stole our video camera.

He threatened to tell the newspapers unless he got three thousand pounds.

The pilot was forced to take the plane to Tashkent

РМ № 4

Listen to five speakers talking about different crimes and complete the chart. You can use some crimes more than once.

Blackmail Shoplifting Mugging Burglary Robbery Kidnapping

Crime

Speaker 1

Speaker 2

Speaker 3

Speaker 4

Speaker 5

РМ №5

Fill in the chart

Tape script.

Speaker 1. I remember we’d gone to see my aunt who lived just a couple of blocks away, just round the corner;we can’t have been away more than a couple of hours; I suppose it was about 11.30 pm when we got back. They must have gone in through the front door. No windows were broken, and the door hadn’t been forced. The police suspect that a child must have gone through the small window we keep open so the cat can get in and out at night. They say the child would have opened the front door for the adult accomplice, who then searches the house. Then they both leave silently through the front door without disturbing anyone.

Speaker 2. It was terrible. I had my bag stolen as I was walking along the High Street. I suppose it must have been about 6 o’clock. My purse probably contained about 300 pounds and my credit card. And just a few odds and ends, you know. Anyway, he, the thief, I mean, ran down the road and jumped into a car that was parked on the corner. He can’t have been much older than my eldest son, who is 16 now. They must have seen me coming out of the bank on the High street.

Speaker 3. I was at the gas station, as I always am on the weekends. I was just checking the day’s takings when a car drove up and two masked men got out. They came up to the cashier’s window and then one of them pulled out a gun and pointed it at me; holding the gun to my head, they forced me into the washroom-and locked the door. Then they made their getaway with all the money in the till; there can’t have been much more than 500 pounds in the till. Funny thing was, they came back a few minutes later and asked me for directions to the next town; they can’t have recognized me or the gas station. I reckon they must have been from out of town judging by their accent …

Speaker 4. I think this guy must be the world’s worst robber or something, or it must have been his first time, because he walks in, and he goes up to the cashier-but you see, there was quite a long queue, and there were all these people waiting. And this woman tells him to get to the back of the queue and wait his turn. He looks a bit embarrassed at this, and shuffles to the back of the queue. .. Anyway, eventually he gets to the cashier and he gives her a note saying: “Hand over all the money or else”, but she can’t make out his handwriting. So, he starts explaining what the note says - no, really, it’s a true story-and that’s when he gets really panicky. And in the end, he just gives up and leaves, saying he will come back later. Honestly, it’s true, it happened to a friend of mine.

Speaker 5. I was down the food department looking for a packet of breakfast cereal-it must have been a few minutes before they were due to close - when I saw this woman looking a bit suspicious. She kept looking around, and she wasn’t carrying a bag or anything, which I thought a bit odd. I’d say she was in her thirties, very slim … anyway she picked up this packet of biscuits and walked off with it, but when I got to the till I saw one of the assistants tasking to her in the office with a police officer, so she couldn’t have got away with it..

Answers: 1) burglary; 2) mugging; 3) robbery; 4) robbery; 5) shoplifting

Литература

  1. Landmark. (Intermediate).S. Haines, B.Stewart. Oxford.

  2. English Vocabulary in Use. M.McCarthy, F.O’Dell. Cambridge.

  3. Rising Star (A Pre-Certificate Course). Luke Prodromour. Macmillan Heinemann.

  4. Longman Dictionary of Contemprorary English. Longman Dictionaries.




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