# 2ndes Lesson 5: Crime: I’m a private eye Missions 2nde p66-85 Note: bring your book for this lesson! Language: Quantities, Probabilities (past/present/future)

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2ndes Lesson 5: Crime: I’m a private eye Missions 2nde p66-85 Note: bring your book for this lesson! Language: Quantities, Probabilities (past/present/future) Notions: Sentiment d’appartenance (singularités) – Visions d’avenir. Compétences principales: CE/EE: Tâche finale: solve a murder case.

EOC: Research work Find essential information on the web (IN ENGLISH) about: Agatha Christie, Paul Auster, William Chandler, Mary Higgins Clark or another crime novelist or crime novel / series… and present it to the class. (cf p 76/77) You can make a powerpoint presentation with pics and key words. You must talk for 2 minutes without reading (15 key words authorized). You must all be ready to talk for next week, even though you could have to do it any day during this lesson. If you don’t have your notes or are not ready on the day your name is picked out, you lose 2 points.

Are you a good observer? Look at this picture (p67) for 2 minutes.

What can you remember? RoomsBilliard Room WeaponsWrench (US) / spanner (UK) Suspects Other weapons: Other rooms:

Propose a conclusion to the investigation: Look at the characters and weapons and complete: ………………………… was killed in the ……………………… by…………………….. With …………………

Practice: the passive aspect Read the story p 187 Observe: Comment se forme le passif en anglais? Then do the activities p 189 I. You’ll get a flash test on the passive and voc.

Phonetics! Close your books! Can you find what these words from the lesson are?

Homework: Classify these words into those categories (use a dictionary) crimes / Police or justice action / criminals / other people // Nouns / Verbs / Adj

Murder Cases p68. A: Look at the title:“Fully clothed and intact”, imagine what the article is about: It is probably about… It may>might deal with… It could focus on… A1: Read the text and list the essential facts: Time / Place / Victim / possible pieces of evidence

CO: Mystery in Manhattan 1) Make suppositions: What may it be about? 2) Listen and organise your notes: CD1/23 TIME/PLACE 3) Make a statement of what you know at the police station. (in pairs: policeman + witness)

Homework P68 ex A.2: Write your own article about a murder case, using the text as an example. Don’t forget the Headline/Title (p69 for ideas) Check the pronunciation of difficult words to read your text to the class.

Investigating: Forensic science P68 C: Lab rats. Who? Where? What are they doing? (suppositions) What may have happened? (suppositions about the past) The police ……….. have found a body. A criminal …………………………….(kill) a marine. A kidnapper ……………………………. (abduct) a famous woman. He ………………………………………..( want) a ransom. Someone …………………………………………. (disappear) Somebody ……………………………………..… (be killed) There …………………………………..………….. (be a murder)

Suppositions about the past Ex: A criminal may have murdered a marine. ……… + ….. + ……. + ………… Pour faire une supposition dans le passé, je dois utiliser un …………………… + mettre le verbe au ………….. …………… (have + part passé) car c’est quelque chose qui s’est (peut-être) produit dans le passé mais don’t je vois le résultat dans le ……………….

EE: Headlines p69 Select a headline and write 3 suppositions about what may have happened. (past) Write an 8 line article corresponding to your headline (include all the essential facts) Homework: Memorize the words p 68 and lesson (voc flashtest)

Practice! Ex II p 189 1/2/3/4 You can review the lesson p 187 II.

CO: 911 Emergency P70. Missions 2nde CD 1 piste 24 1)Read the note about 911. What is the French equivalent? In which cases should you call 911? 2) Listen and complete: Name / address / problem / number of people involved / clues

Method: make sense of a text p78. Read carefully and sum up the method. From the most obvious to the implied meaning: MATCH Step 1 = … Step 2 = … Step 3 = … Step 4 = … Then, with your team, chose a text from pages 71/ 72/ 74 /75 or MHClark photocopy. Read it, use the method to understand it and present it to the class.

Quantities 1) CE p 80 Read the text and close your book. Say what you remember. 2) Copy the highlighted determiners from the text in the correct column 3) Say if they indicate a small/large/uncertain/0 quantity Ex 2 p 83 to practice. HW/ question tags p 83 ex 3 Countable noun (suspect/suspects)Uncountable nouns (information)

Let’s act: question tags p81 Listen to 3 tags. Does the voice rise or fall? 1)You live here, don’t you? 2)He knew the victim, didn’t he? 3)He wasn’t clever, was he? Write and Act in pairs: detective + victim’s wife/husband The detective knows / victim: Sleeps in the kitchen / body found in garage / wasn’t at the theatre / hated that house / had an affair in town He wants to know if: wife/husband knows the truth / had a gun / loved hunting / loved the house / hated theatre / was faithful Use question tags! Ex: You think I killed him, don’t you?

TF: mission p 85, Write about a crime issue. 1)Read p84-85 and make a mind map of the case to recap all the information you have. (page 1 de ta copie double) 2) Make 4 suppositions about the suspects’ motives, suppositions about what may have happened. (page 2 de ta copie double) 3) Write a report / letter or article to recap everything you know on the case, your suppositions and conclusions. (page 3-4)

Assessment grid J’ai bien compris tous les éléments de la double page _____/3 J’ai repris et résumé les info. essentielles et les indices ______/3 J’ai respecté la forme du texte que j’ai choisi d’écrire _____/2 J’ai inclu au moins 3 hypothèses au passé, 2 au présent ______/5 J’ai inclu au moins 2 quantifieurs et 3 question tags. _____/5 J’ai rendu une copie propre, lisible, complète et soignée. ____/2

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