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CRIME AND PUNISHMENT Exam Practice Презентация урока в 10 классе Учитель: Смирнова Марина Валентиновна Школа № 373 Московского района г. Санкт-Петербурга.

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2 CRIME AND PUNISHMENT Exam Practice Презентация урока в 10 классе Учитель: Смирнова Марина Валентиновна Школа № 373 Московского района г. Санкт-Петербурга 2006 г

3 Plan Essential vocabulary Grammar revision (Passive Voice) Discussion Reading Listening Work in groups Hometask

4 Essential Vocabulary to accuse smb. of smth. – обвинять arson – поджог accused – обвиняемый arsonist – поджигатель to blackmail – шантажировать to break a law – нарушать закон burglary – кража со взломом

5 Essential Vocabulary charge – обвинение to charge smb. with smth. – обвинять confession – признание to confess to smth. – признаться court – суд courtroom – зал заседания суда to commit a crime – совершить преступление criminal – преступник

6 Essential Vocabulary defense – защита (сторона в суде) to detain / hold a person – задержать человека drug-trafficking – торговля наркотиками evidence / testimony – свидетельские показания fine – штраф fraud – мошенник to defraud – обманывать

7 Essential Vocabulary guilty – виновный to hijack – угонять (самолет) hijacker – угонщик innocent – невиновный investigation – расследование jury – суд присяжных

8 Essential Vocabulary to keep in custody – содержать под стражей to kidnap – похищать людей kidnapper – похититель to mug – грабить в общественных местах murder – убийство murderer – убийца

9 Essential Vocabulary offence – правонарушение to offend – совершать правонарушение to plead – чистосердечно признаться prosecution – обвинение to punish – наказывать punishment – наказание

10 Essential Vocabulary ransom – выкуп to rob – грабить robber – грабитель robbery – ограбление shoplifting – мелкая кража из магазина to suspect – подозревать suspicion – подозрение

11 Essential Vocabulary thief – вор theft – кража to steal – красть to threaten – угрожать to put on trial / to try – судить victim – жертва witness – свидетель

12 Match a word on the left with the definition on the right arsonist burglar drug dealer kidnapper murderer robber shoplifter smuggler terrorist thief 1. breaks into houses and other buildings to steal 2. steals from shops 3. sets fire to property illegally 4. kills someone 5. buys and sells drugs illegally 6. takes away people by force and demands money 7. uses violence for political reasons 8. is someone who steals 9. steals money etc. by force from people or places 10. brings goods into a country illegally

13 Check Your Answers arsonist burglar drug dealer kidnapper murderer robber shoplifter smuggler terrorist thief 1. sets fire to property illegally 2. breaks into houses and other buildings to steal 3. buys and sells drugs illegally 4. takes away people by force and demands money 5. kills someone 6. steals money etc. by force from people or places 7. steals from shops 8. brings goods into a country illegally 9. uses violence for political reasons 10. is someone who steals

14 Decide which answer best fits each space Exam Practice

15 Exam Practice Check Your Answers ABCD 1lastleasttheschool 2witnessoffenderguiltyverdict 3nowdamageslawaccident 4blackmailerhostagehooliganforger 5confessedcommittedadmittedperformed 6crimeself-defencefactdanger 7tohavingundermy 8accusedsuspiciousordinaryinnocent

16 Exam Practice Check Your Answers ABCD 1lastleasttheschool 2witnessoffenderguiltyverdict 3nowdamageslawaccident 4blackmailerhostagehooliganforger 5confessedcommittedadmittedperformed 6crimeself-defencefactdanger 7tohavingundermy 8accusedsuspiciousordinaryinnocent

17 Exam Practice Check Your Answers ABCD 1lastleasttheschool 2witnessoffenderguiltyverdict 3nowdamageslawaccident 4blackmailerhostagehooliganforger 5confessedcommittedadmittedperformed 6crimeself-defencefactdanger 7tohavingundermy 8accusedsuspiciousordinaryinnocent

18 Exam Practice Check Your Answers ABCD 1lastleasttheschool 2witnessoffenderguiltyverdict 3nowdamageslawaccident 4blackmailerhostagehooliganforger 5confessedcommittedadmittedperformed 6crimeself-defencefactdanger 7tohavingundermy 8accusedsuspiciousordinaryinnocent

19 Exam Practice Check Your Answers ABCD 1lastleasttheschool 2witnessoffenderguiltyverdict 3nowdamageslawaccident 4blackmailerhostagehooliganforger 5confessedcommittedadmittedperformed 6crimeself-defencefactdanger 7tohavingundermy 8accusedsuspiciousordinaryinnocent

20 Exam Practice Check Your Answers ABCD 1lastleasttheschool 2witnessoffenderguiltyverdict 3nowdamageslawaccident 4blackmailerhostagehooliganforger 5confessedcommittedadmittedperformed 6crimeself-defencefactdanger 7tohavingundermy 8accusedsuspiciousordinaryinnocent

21 Exam Practice Check Your Answers ABCD 1lastleasttheschool 2witnessoffenderguiltyverdict 3nowdamageslawaccident 4blackmailerhostagehooliganforger 5confessedcommittedadmittedperformed 6crimeself-defencefactdanger 7tohavingundermy 8accusedsuspiciousordinaryinnocent

22 Exam Practice Check Your Answers ABCD 1lastleasttheschool 2witnessoffenderguiltyverdict 3nowdamageslawaccident 4blackmailerhostagehooliganforger 5confessedcommittedadmittedperformed 6crimeself-defencefactdanger 7tohavingundermy 8accusedsuspiciousordinaryinnocent

23 Exam Practice Check Your Answers ABCD 1lastleasttheschool 2witnessoffenderguiltyverdict 3nowdamageslawaccident 4blackmailerhostagehooliganforger 5confessedcommittedadmittedperformed 6crimeself-defencefactdanger 7tohavingundermy 8accusedsuspiciousordinaryinnocent

24 Exam Practice Check Your Answers ABCD 9evidencewitnesspermissionbody 10suspectingsuingdenyingaccusing 11trialchargesentenceconfess 12withforonby 13statementbiographyevidenthistory 14peopleerrorstimeslies 15refusedenycontradictsuppose

25 Exam Practice Check Your Answers ABCD 9evidencewitnesspermissionbody 10suspectingsuingdenyingaccusing 11trialchargesentenceconfess 12withforonby 13statementbiographyevidenthistory 14peopleerrorstimeslies 15refusedenycontradictsuppose

26 Exam Practice Check Your Answers ABCD 9evidencewitnesspermissionbody 10suspectingsuingdenyingaccusing 11trialchargesentenceconfess 12withforonby 13statementbiographyevidenthistory 14peopleerrorstimeslies 15refusedenycontradictsuppose

27 Exam Practice Check Your Answers ABCD 9evidencewitnesspermissionbody 10suspectingsuingdenyingaccusing 11trialchargesentenceconfess 12withforonby 13statementbiographyevidenthistory 14peopleerrorstimeslies 15refusedenycontradictsuppose

28 Exam Practice Check Your Answers ABCD 9evidencewitnesspermissionbody 10suspectingsuingdenyingaccusing 11trialchargesentenceconfess 12withforonby 13statementbiographyevidenthistory 14peopleerrorstimeslies 15refusedenycontradictsuppose

29 Exam Practice Check Your Answers ABCD 9evidencewitnesspermissionbody 10suspectingsuingdenyingaccusing 11trialchargesentenceconfess 12withforonby 13statementbiographyevidenthistory 14peopleerrorstimeslies 15refusedenycontradictsuppose

30 Exam Practice Check Your Answers ABCD 9evidencewitnesspermissionbody 10suspectingsuingdenyingaccusing 11trialchargesentenceconfess 12withforonby 13statementbiographyevidenthistory 14peopleerrorstimeslies 15refusedenycontradictsuppose

31 Exam Practice Check Your Answers ABCD 9evidencewitnesspermissionbody 10suspectingsuingdenyingaccusing 11trialchargesentenceconfess 12withforonby 13statementbiographyevidenthistory 14peopleerrorstimeslies 15refusedenycontradictsuppose

32 Grammar Revision PASSIVE VOICE PASTPRESENTFUTURE SIMPLE The law was made The law is made The law will be made CONTINUOUS The law was being made The law is being made PERFECT The law had been made The law has been made The law will have been made

33 Make the Sentences Passive 1.They will send the criminal to prison. 2.Two men in masks robbed the bank and stole $ They asked the witness to tell what she had seen. 4.The jury has sentenced him to 5 years in prison.

34 Open the brackets and use the verb in the required form Exam Practice

35 Exam Practice Check Your Answers Jean Smith, a 14-year-old teenage girl, was set free on Tuesday after kidnappers had been holding her for three days.

36 Exam Practice Check Your Answers At the moment she is recovering well at her home, where she is being cared for by her parents.

37 Exam Practice Check Your Answers Jean’s ordeal began last week as she was walking home from school.

38 Exam Practice Check Your Answers She had never walked home alone before – always with her friends.

39 Exam Practice Check Your Answers But that day the teacher made her rewrite some test and didn’t let her go home after classes.

40 Exam Practice Check Your Answers If she had gone with her friends everything would have been OK.

41 Exam Practice Check Your Answers The kidnappers had been watching the girl for a long time before as they knew the time and the way Jean usually walked back home.

42 Exam Practice Check Your Answers She never used to drive.

43 Exam Practice Check Your Answers Fortunately the police had a witness – an old lady – who saw three men bundling the girl into the car.

44 Exam Practice Check Your Answers Before the police stormed the house where Jean had been kept she had had to spend three horrible days on bread and water.

45 Exam Practice Check Your Answers Four men and one woman who were in the house where Jean was kept are being held in police custody at the moment.

46 Exam Practice Check Your Answers All of them already have been charged with kidnapping.

47 Discussion: Let the punishment fit the crime Exam Practice

48 Match the names of crimes with the pictures Exam Practice Hijacking Bank robbery Burglary Pickpocketing Shoplifting Speeding Vandalism

49 Reading Exam Practice You are going to read some extracts from newspaper articles. Choose the most suitable heading from the list (A-G) for each part (1-6). There is one extra heading which you don’t need to use.

50 Exam Practice Check Your Answers A.Local teenager kidnapped B.Terrorist attack C.Crime is international D.What can be done? E.Witness statement F.Safe return of kidnap victim G.Pensioner attacked 33 55 -- 11 22 66 44

51 Listening Exam Practice Mr. and Mrs. Arnolfini witnessed the crime shown in the picture. You will hear them being interviewed by the police. Complete the report.

52 Opinion Composition Hometask: Writing Here are some tips: Advantages and disadvantages Expressing your own opinion Suggestions to solve a problem Discussion of different points of view on the same subject Exam Practice Do you think that capital punishment is the best way to beat the crime?

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