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Pupils’work 4ème – English on the Web Les élèves de 4ème se mettent en scène dans un show qui accueillent des adolescents à problèmes. Un « docteur » les accueille et les conseille. Bravo à tous pour ce joli travail d’écriture et d’expression! On commence avec un travail soigné jusque dans les costumes où les actrices sont plus vrai que nature! Un duo qui a super bien fonctionné! Un moment drôle où certains révèlent peut être leur vraie nature… Un sketch riche et bien interprété ! Un docteur très sérieux face à un patient pas très réceptif… Entre calme et délire… Good job to all of you and maybe you can send a comment to tell me what is your favourite sketch! Premier travail d’écriture pour les élèves de 405. Cliquez ici pour lire les petites annonces en plein écran Les élèves de 4ème présentent les portraits faits par l’artiste américaine, Annie Leibovitz. Voici quelques unes de leur production. Our quatrième pupils are feeling lonely. Les élèves de 4ème ont découvert la légende Irlandaise du géant Finn MacCool.

Crime and Punishment Vocabulary for IELTS - Upper Intermediate Vocabulary Words related to Crime (continued) This is of course the most serious of all crimes. People are regrettably murdered every day. Some people die accidentally in car accidents so they are KILLED not murdered. When someone is murdered it is usually deliberate (intentional). This has been a crime throughout the centuries and usually associated with money or valuable paintings or jewellery. Today, fraud is now a big issue because of internet crimes so people are trying to find ways to access our personal details and bank accounts on-line and rob us without having to physically break in to our homes or offices. Other crimes include ARSON where someone deliberately sets fire to buildings or forests and BLACKMAIL where the criminal (BLACKMAILER) tries to get money for you in exchange for not divulging (releasing) very private information that may damage your reputation (personal photo’s or details perhaps of some affair).

(wlp)° Description As a teenager, Ismael Nazario was sent to New York’s Rikers Island jail, where he spent 300 days in solitary confinement — all before he was ever convicted of a crime. Now as a prison reform advocate he works to change the culture of American jails and prisons, where young people are frequently subjected to violence beyond imagination. Nazario tells his chilling story and suggests ways to help, rather than harm, teens in jail. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more.

Crime and punishment | Marinas lektioner You are walking along the street when a thief runs from a jeweller’s shop and jumps into a waiting car, which is driven quickly away. Later, the police call you as a witness and you are asked to describe what you saw. Take a good look at the picture; then see how many questions you can answer correctly. crime vocabulary Topo 10 most shocking crimes in history Solve the crime-exercises Vocabulary Views #1134 Types of Crime Gareth: So, Rebecca, where are you from? Rebecca: I'm from America, actually, yeah. Gareth: I've never been to America. What's crime like in America? Rebecca: I think it probably depends a lot, city to city. Gareth: So, what's the most common kind of crime? Rebecca: Um, we had a lot of gang problems, a lot of robberies, a lot of guns, and there are a lot of shootings in Albuquerque, especially in the - I can't remember the name of the area now, but down in this one area, there were a lot. Gareth: Really? Rebecca: Oh, God, I have no idea. Gareth: Hm. Rebecca: And as an American, like yeah, it's part of our, you know, national right to have guns. Gareth: Yeah. Rebecca: But because we have so many guns, that makes crime a whole lot easier to do. Gareth: Yeah. Rebecca: Yeah. Gareth: --and there are gangs that have guns. Rebecca: Right. Rebecca: They'll smuggle them in.

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english-at-home There are many words in English dealing with crime, the courts and punishment. a – acquit / acquittal acquit = to decide that someone is not guilty of a crime: “All the defendants were acquitted.” b – barrister, bail barrister = a lawyer who is trained to defend or prosecute in a court: “The barrister asked many difficult questions.” bail = a sum of money that can be paid in some situations to allow someone accused of a crime to stay out of prison before the court case: “He won’t get bail – he’s extremely violent.” c – court, custody, conviction, cross-examination court = the place where a crime is discussed and judged: “He’s in court again – this is the second time this year!” a court case = what happens in a court: “This is an interesting court case, as many people are involved.” in custody = when the police keep someone in prison before the person goes to court: “He’s being kept in custody until the trial begins.” d – defend, defendant e – evidence f – fine g – guilty h – hearsay i – illegal q – QC

Crime and Punishment: Some Engaging Classroom Activities I am not a big fan of watching TV. I find most programmes dull and very often uninteresting. However, one of the very first things I do as soon as I wake up (this, of course after my first cup of coffee) is to watch the news. However, lately, I have been considering skipping them. Anyway, please excuse my rambling and let me share with you some of the activities I have designed to help my students learn and practise vocabulary related to crime in a series of engaging speaking activities. Using grass skirts. Preparation: Choose a number of crimes and write them down. Procedure: Point to the posters on the walls of the class.Tell students they will have about 10 minutes to make up a funny crime story. Using a Feedback Tool to play a game to revise vocabulary. This one is a lot of fun. Aim: to revise vocabulary related to crime using the free online tool Answergarden Preparation: Minimal. If you have never used a feedback tool, you really should give it a try. The Game.Procedure Step 1. Step 2.

Listening - Elementary | esl-lounge Student Page 1 World Of MoviesDescription: Recorded message giving cinema information.Language: Times of films being shown, plot outlines given using present simple.Dialect: British English | Length: 1m 57s | Exercise Number: 1L1Click for Transcript Listening Quiz 1 - World Of Movies Listening Quiz 2 - World Of Movies 2 * NEW! * A Musician's DayDescription: Rock star describes day's routine.Language: Present simple to talk about daily routine of a famous musician.Dialect: International English | Length: 2m 01s | Exercise Number: 1L2Click for Transcript Listening Quiz 1 - A Musician's Day Listening Quiz 2 - A Musician's Day 2 * NEW! The New ClassDescription: A woman tells her male friend about her new Spanish class.Language: Present Simple and present continuous. Listening Quiz 1 - The New Class Listening Quiz 2 - The New Class 2 * NEW! Listening Quiz 1 - Making Apple Pie Listening Quiz 2 - Making Apple Pie 2 * NEW! Listening Quiz 1 - Bookworms Listening Quiz 2 - Bookworms 2

Detective Escape Game Murder Crime Sherlock Holmes Pour cet Escape Game pour mes 4èmes qui conclura la séquence sur Sherlock Holmes, j'ai voulu créer une histoire resserrée autour de 4 personnages principaux : trois suspects autour de la victime, Sir Harold. Une histoire qui mêle lexique, compréhension écrite, références culturelles, sens de l'observation et logique. Au cours de cet EG, les élèves devront faire des applis basées sur le vocabulaire étudié en classe ainsi que des reconstitutions d'interrogatoires menés par 4 des plus grands détectives de la littérature policière (Auguste Dupin d'Edgar Poe, Miss Gladden qui fut la toute 1ère femme détective de fiction et les incontournables Miss Marple et Hercule Poirot). Memo what you already know Memo what you already know J'espère disposer de la salle informatique pendant une heure pour que les élèves résolvent les énigmes en constituant des groupes de 4 maximum mais s'ils veulent se lancer seuls dans l'enquête, why not !

Vocabulary: Crime & Criminals In English, there are a lot of specific words for different types of crimes and the criminals who commit them. Unfortunately, the list of crimes and criminals is long! Because the words have specific legal meanings, only a short, basic definition is given below. You may wish to print out the list, and write the correct translation of the words in your own language. * uncommon ** hacker does not technically mean a cyber criminal, but the word is often used to describe those who commit computer crimes. Listen to these words and their explanations in context in this lesson: In English, there are a lot of specific words for different types of crimes and the criminals who commit them. * uncommon ** hacker does not technically mean a cyber criminal, but the word is often used to describe those who commit computer crimes. Listen to these words and their explanations in context in this lesson:

What age can you buy a gun in America? The right to bear arms is protected under American law by the Second Amendment. It’s a controversial topic, and one that’s had heated debate on both sides. After the Marjory Stoneman Douglas school shooting which occurred this week, the debate has become even more fierce. At the time of writing, there have been eight school shootings which resulted in death or injury in 2018 and 18 school shootings in total. One side wants tighter gun controls, while the other side believes it isn’t the firearms that pose the problem. But what are the gun laws in the US? Federal law This is the law of all of the American states. Federal law prohibits the possession of a handgun or handgun ammunition by any person under the age of 18. Licensed gun dealers aren’t allowed to sell handguns to anyone under the age of 21. Long guns – such as rifles and shotguns – can be legally bought from licensed firearms dealers over the age of 18. State laws on guns For context, the legal drinking age in the US is 21.

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