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In the news: crime vocabulary. Have your ever been the victim of a crime? Have you ever witnessed a crime? Have you ever committed a crime? The world of crime has much specialised vocabulary. On this page you will learn the meaning of the verbs, nouns and adjectives which we associate with crime. This should help you to understand newspaper and TV news reports on crime. Crime (noun) is any illegal action or activity. For example, killing your boss is a crime (even if he is a terrible person)! Crime is never used as a verb. 'He was sent to prison for a crime that he didn't commit.' A person who commits a crime is a criminal: 'A dangerous criminal escaped from prison.' Criminal is also used as an adjective: 'There is a lot of criminal activity in this area.' What’s the difference between rob and steal? Rob (verb) means take something from a place or person.

Steal (verb) means to take something. 'I stole candy when I was a child.' Steal = present tense / stole = past simple / stolen = past participle. Vocabulary - Crime and Punishment. A crime is a serious offence such as murder or robbery. A punishment is a penalty imposed on somebody who is convicted of a crime. A punishment could be, for example, time in prison or a fine. There is an important difference between criminal law and civil law. Criminal law deals with matters such as murder. Civil law deals with matters such as contracts or divorce. The police are not normally involved in civil law. Questions from law breakers or suspected criminals Why did you pull me over? Questions police may ask a suspected criminal Are you carrying any illegal drugs? Informing someone of laws and police procedures You are under arrest.Put your hands on your head.I am taking you to the police station.Please get in the police car.You will have to pay a fine for this.I will give you a warning this time.I'm going to write you a ticket.We'll tow your car to the station.Smoking in restaurants is illegal in this country.It is against the law to do drugs in public.

Types of crime. Inglese esercizi on line sui verbi present perfect per la scuola secondaria. Glog-7717: esl activities, grammar, present perfect | Glogster EDU - 21st century multimedia tool for educators, teachers and students. Let’s meet the Bard, William Shakespeare | BLOGGISH. Today I’d like to introduce you to …. the Bard: William Shakespeare! I would like to start this post by sharing with you the magazine Gallant Gossip created by a class of mine some years ago. I’m still so proud of it! Originally it was just printed as a booklet of paper like the copy I showed you in class. Then I created the on-line version. Gallant Gossip by Laura Cimetta If you’ve asked yourself the question. CHOOSE 3 REASONS write them in your notebook and bring them to class. Here’s some links on W.

Here are my suggestions: 1) Watch Shakespeare ‘s short biography. 2) Take a short Shakespeare’s Biography Quiz 3) Have a looK at the houses where he lived: beautiful Images of his properties in Stratford Upon Avon 4) Photos of the Globe theatre: and if you like take a virtual tour of it. 5) If you want to have an idea of how many theatres there were in London look at this beautiful map of all Elizabethan theatres: Irregular Verbs | Better Services Consulting. Irregular verbs sound patterns. Irregular verbs are verbs whose past tense and past participle form do not end with the usual “ed”. Unluckily for English learners, the most common verbs in English happen to be irregular. I have seen so many students struggle with irregular verbs and so finally decided to group or categorize irregular verbs phonetically (by sound that is) to help the students to remember them quicker.

There are 12 groups, some small and others big, as follows: Tips for learning irregular verbs in English. Download two free English Grammar e-Books Many of the most common verbs in the English language are irregular Did you know that about 70% of the time when we use a verb in English, it is an irregular one? That means that learning and using irregular verbs is essential for learning English! The English language has so many irregular verbs that it can make you go crazy… but even irregular verbs follow some patterns. In this lesson, you’ll learn “groups” of irregular verbs that can make it easier to memorize them. For each group, I’ve given one pronunciation example. Don’t just study this list – try to create your own sentences and use all the verbs you know!

Ready? Verbs with all 3 forms identical Let’s begin with the easiest group of irregular verbs. Bet, burst, cast, cost, cut, fit,* hit, hurt, let, put, quit, set, shut, split, spread * When talking about clothes being the correct size Verbs with identical Present and Past Participle Verbs with –N in the Past Participle Verbs with vowel changes. Ed Sheeran and .... body parts ! Ordinal numbers (1) Caratteristiche e termini geografici in inglese. Destination-northern-ireland-lesson-plan. Tutorial su Quizlet. Top 10 Websites for Teaching Grammar To Your Students. 10 siti per l’insegnamento della grammatica inglese Livello base Grammar Gold: questo sito offre una serie di esercizi per imparare la grammatica da zero.

Il sito supporta anche l’audio per il testo scritto sul sito. Tutta l’attività di apprendimento è diviso gradi. Grammar Practice Park: Questo sito vi aiuta a nutrire la vostra abilità grammaticali con il divertimento. Qui si esplorare parco e giocare ai giochi di praticare le tue abilità grammaticali. È possibile fare clic sul ogni gioco per divertirsi e pratica. Bitesize: Bitesize KS1 è un’iniziativa della BBC per aiutare i principianti a imparare la grammatica con divertimento. Grammar Man Comic: Grammatica Man ​​Comic è il modo migliore per imparare la grammatica a livello principiante con un sacco di divertimento. Livello intermedio The English Club: qui ci sono lezioni di grammatica in forma di quiz per verificare la comprensione dello studente sulla lezione. Livello avanzato Altre risorse utili: Welcome to Discovery Education | Digital textbooks and standards-aligned educational resources.

Homepage - Intercultura. 25 maps that explain the English language. English is the language of Shakespeare and the language of Chaucer. It’s spoken in dozens of countries around the world, from the United States to a tiny island named Tristan da Cunha. It reflects the influences of centuries of international exchange, including conquest and colonization, from the Vikings through the 21st century. Here are 25 maps and charts that explain how English got started and evolved into the differently accented languages spoken today. The origins of English 1) Where English comes from English, like more than 400 other languages, is part of the Indo-European language family, sharing common roots not just with German and French but with Russian, Hindi, Punjabi, and Persian. 2) Where Indo-European languages are spoken in Europe today Saying that English is Indo-European, though, doesn’t really narrow it down much. 3) The Anglo-Saxon migration 4) The Danelaw The next source of English was Old Norse. 5)The Norman Conquest 6) The Great Vowel Shift The spread of English Credits.

13 azioni per dare nuova vita agli esami di terza media - Scuola Aumentata. Dopo aver raccontato la storia degli esami di quest’anno, molto più vivi ed entusiasmanti rispetto a quelli precedenti, ho pensato: ma cos’abbiamo fatto e come si potrebbe replicare in futuro questa specie di magia? E ho raccolto una lista di azioni, trasformate in consigli. Naturalmente la mia collega e amica Ilenia, essendo una sintetica prof. di Matematica, mi ha pesantemente presa in giro per la prolissità: “Ma come, sono un po’ pochini… Solo 13?” Va bene, sono tanti, ma si tratta di suggerimenti pratici. Alcuni sono di semplice attuazione e forse all’apparenza banali, altri richiedono una preparazione e un impegno notevoli, ma hanno un impatto significativo, non solo sugli esami ma sulla didattica in generale. Presentazione per ‘esame di Daniele Eccoli: Creare occasioni nel corso dell’anno in cui gli studenti siano invitati a parlare in pubblico (genitori, altri studenti o insegnanti, ma non solo).

Glee di Giulia M. Portfolio digitale di Aurora. BILINGUAL COMMUNICATIONS A Blog About Languages -     SPEAK languages  & TRAVEL the world. Elllo Mixer #12 Sleep Routine. Marion, Ireland Well, usually on a work day, I get up at half past six in the morning because I start work at eight o'clock. On the weekends I usually have a lie in so I wake up at about 9 or 10, sometimes 11, depending on how tired I am. Usually I go to be quite late, which isn't very good but maybe about midnight, sometimes later. It depends. I find it difficult to go to sleep early. Naomi, Australia Well, I'm a night owl so I usually don't go to bed until about 3 a.m. in the morning and these days I have class from first period every day so I have to get up by about 7:30 or 8 a.m. Jeff, Canada What time do I get up and what time do I go to bed? Barbara, Australia So, what time do I usually get up? Al, England I get up when I want, usually in case I am working, unless I'm working.

Akane, Canada What time do you usually get up and what time do you usually go to bed? Get Ready for Your New Class | Classroom Displays. Welcome. The acrostic elements were generated by Year 6 right at the start of the year. Ownership of the room was thus subtly established as being shared with the teacher. A big question when you finally get to the holidays is the extent to which you get ready for your new class before the term starts. I want to look at how you can prepare your classroom for the new school year and still have some time for yourself. I’ve written about this before (Leaving Room for Your Class) but I think it is worth re-visiting . Teacher Time During the holidays you do not have your TA to help you get ready for your new class with the displays so everything is down to them. In the UK this is less prevalent than it is in the US. Schools have holidays not just for the children.You do need to spend part of your ‘time off’ preparing for next term but I seriously question if you should be spending a large part of it on displays.

Ownership I want to consider the idea of ownership of the classroom. Like this: A Brief Overview of What Life Was Like in Medieval London. Christmas Day of 1066 ushered in a new era for London. It was on that day that William of Normandy was crowned King William I and the Medieval Period truly began for the city. Shortly after his coronation, William began construction of the Tower of London, just outside the City of London, to help consolidate his power. At the time, it was the tallest structure in London, meant to lord over the city’s inhabitants to remind them who their new leader was. William’s descendants expanded the Tower and eventually became the residence of the monarchy as the kings became more English than Norman.

William’s son, William II, began Westminster Hall in 1097, which had the effect of further solidifying London as the capital of England. Of course, between the Tower and the Palace was where most of the people lived and as these political and economic concentrations formed, more people flocked to the city. Wealth certainly had its effect on the lives of the people of London.

Quiz Game Master - Create a Quiz. Scarica la versione PDF del lavoro L’attività didattica che descriverò si colloca nell’ambito dell’insegnamento della lingua inglese in una classe prima di un Liceo Linguistico ed è stata progettata ed erogata secondo la metodologia EAS (1), in una logica quindi di flipped classroom. Premetto che la classe è dotata di una LIM e gli studenti utilizzano il tablet sia per la consultazione dei testi adottati sia come “quaderni" dove spesso gli appunti presi diventano vere e proprie risorse multimediali e multicanali in quanto composte da testo immagini, audio e video. Ciò per anticipare che questi studenti considerano l’uso di dispositivi e strumenti web 2.0 come un ambiente naturale il cui l’uso social (Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp, …) sempre più si affianca ad un uso didattico e dove i percorsi di apprendimento sono spesso facilitati e resi più attraenti proprio grazie all’impiego delle nuove tecnologie.

Seguendo il modello EAS Figura 1 – Griglia di progettazione utilizzata nell’attività. 1. English. Teenagers: Grammar. Grammar is a word that often freezes the hearts of students and teachers alike. Here are some fresh approaches. Grammar has a bad reputation because: It has often been taught as a separate skill strangely disassociated from the rest of language learningStudents have had to learn the labels for language e.g.

‘past continuous’, which can be like learning a third languageStudents have had to do lots of grammar exercises that have had little or no meaning for themit’s not been fun it’s not been meaningfulIt’s not been memorable The following pages offer an approach to teaching grammar - not the only one, but a very teacher and student friendly approach. When teaching Grammar the following aspects of the language items need to focused on: meaningcontextpronunciationformpractice Meaning – must be clear There is no point learning ‘grammar’ if the meaning of the language item is not clear. E.g. present continuous – Peter is playing tennis could mean three different things.

I want to talk to Peter. MEDEA Awards 2016 | MEDEA Awards 2016. English Lesson on Angela Merkel. Advertisements Advertisements Angela Merkel was born in Hamburg in 1954. She became Germany’s first female Chancellor and the first from communist East Germany in 2005. ‘Forbes’ magazine listed her as the most powerful woman in the world in 2006 and 2007. Western media often dub her the “Iron Lady” because of her no-nonsense approach to her work and reputation as a tough negotiator.

Merkel grew up in the former German Democratic Republic. She was a member of the socialist youth movement and participated in many communist-led activities. After the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, Merkel became involved in the growing democracy movement. In 2007, Merkel took on the six-month rotating position of President of the European Council and chair of the G8. 239 words Sources: and assorted biographies.

Advertisements Match the words from the article on the left with their synonyms on the right. Match the following phrases from the article: DISCUSSION (Write your questions) 1. ESL Holiday Lessons: Lesson Plans for ESL / EFL. What your English teacher never told you - Ordering things - I would like, I’d like, may I have, tutte formule di cortesia che si imparano a scuola e che... non servono a nulla! Almeno non per ordinare da mangiare o da bere al ristorante o al pub. Allora cosa si deve dire? Ce lo spiega Rachel Roberts. di Rachel Roberts Rachel Roberts You know of course that the polite way to ask for something in English is “I would like,” or better still, “I’d like” but, strangely enough, we hardly ever use this expression when we order things in a bar, restaurant or cafe.Even in the most formal of situations, a restaurant with waiter service, British people almost never say “I’d like.”

If you need anything during your meal, you should say ‘Can I/we have (some more wine / the bill), please?’ Remember that British people hate fuss and so your aim should always be to make things easy for the people around you. This approach is even more important in a pub, especially when it’s busy, and here things become a little more complicated. Torna all'inizio. Larissa's Languages: Teaching for exams? Have fun - A card game to revise. Basic PowerPoint Instructions. Internet and computer vocabulary-English.

Signup for a FREE FlipQuiz Account. Classroom PowerPoint Games and Resources from 5 Ways to Support Vocabulary Learning – ESL Library Blog. Simple Past. Treating Illness. Rubric: Hot off the press - The Body, Illness, and Injury for ESL. Six Wonderful Sites to Help you Write, Speak and Sound Better | Blog de Cristina. Grammar. Applicazioni dsa. How To Teach Past Simple VS Present Perfect. 7 Acronimi Inglesi Che Devi Davvero Conoscere | The Zine. How to talk about the past. CLIL Resources | THE WORLD OF TELS | Page 3. IRREGULAR VERBS – INTERACTIVE GAMES. eTwinning, scuola unita d’Europa. British life and culture. Questions in present and past simple tense - Games to learn English | Games to learn English.

Past Simple ESL Grammar Game - Jeopardy Betting Game. Why Don’t We Remember Being Babies? | Wonderopolis. Food. The FCC Kids Zone - History Page. Inglese Sc. Media. ‘Queen Elizabeth alongside James Bond’- Lesson Plan | Christina Martidou's Blog. Past Simple Tense. Teacher) Telling a story in English. What Did You Do in the Holidays? - Conversation in English about Holidays.

English Lessons: MY BEST HOLIDAY (past simple tense) Film Vocabulary | Practise your English | e-Learning | English in Chester. Movie Words to improve your vocabulary range. Film vocabulary. The Past Simple Tense. English Lessons - Grammar. English Lessons - Grammar. Expressions of Time. Simple Past Tense #4, by Dennis Oliver - Free English Grammar Lessons. about the future-lesson-plan %281%29.pdf. Talking about the future-lesson-plan (1).pdf. Irregular verbs in context 1 - Games to learn English | Games to learn English. Seven Songs for Teaching Past Simple | English Lane.

Verbos irregulares em ingles mais usados. Past of be= was,were. » THE MERCHANT OF VENICE. Describing people lessons for ESL teachers: eslflow webguide. Matching Game Maker. Impara l'inglese vero con film e libri. Game maker examples. The Shapes Pack - INGLESE – descrizione fisica – physical appearance | Libro di Scuola. INGLESE – descrizione fisica – physical appearance | Libro di Scuola. Shakespeare Online. English vocabulary for music. Past simple tense – negative. Food Quantifiers. Cooking verbs. TheMusicalAdjectivesProject - Adjectives & Words. Musical Instruments Vocabulary ESL Worksheets. Classics for Kids. Learning ESL - Musical Scavenger Hunt. Six Methods to teach vocabulary using Mother Tongue. The Difference between the United Kingdom, Great Britain and England Explained.

United Kingdom. The Movie Sounds Page - Your link to the world's BEST movie audio files and sound clips! Film Links. Film Links.