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Презентация урока в 10 классе
CRIME AND PUNISHMENT
Exam Practice
Учитель: Смирнова Марина
Валентиновна
Школа № 373 Московского района
г. Санкт-Петербурга
2006 г
Plan
Essential vocabulary
Grammar revision
(Passive Voice)
Discussion
Reading
Listening
Work in groups
Hometask
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
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
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
Essential Vocabulary
guilty – виновный
to hijack – угонять (самолет)
hijacker – угонщик
innocent – невиновный
investigation – расследование
jury – суд присяжных
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
Essential Vocabulary
offence – правонарушение
to offend – совершать
правонарушение
to plead – чистосердечно признаться
prosecution – обвинение
to punish – наказывать
punishment – наказание
Essential Vocabulary
ransom – выкуп
to rob – грабить
robber – грабитель
robbery – ограбление
shoplifting – мелкая кража из
магазина
to suspect – подозревать
suspicion – подозрение
Essential Vocabulary
thief – вор
theft – кража
to steal – красть
to threaten – угрожать
to put on trial / to try – судить
victim – жертва
witness – свидетель
Match a word on the left with
the definition on the right
arsonist
burglar
drug dealer
kidnapper
murderer
robber
shoplifter
smuggler
terrorist
thief
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
breaks into houses and other buildings to steal
steals from shops
sets fire to property illegally
kills someone
buys and sells drugs illegally
takes away people by force and demands money
uses violence for political reasons
is someone who steals
steals money etc. by force from people or places
brings goods into a country illegally
Check Your Answers
arsonist
burglar
drug dealer
kidnapper
murderer
robber
shoplifter
smuggler
terrorist
thief
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
sets fire to property illegally
breaks into houses and other buildings to steal
buys and sells drugs illegally
takes away people by force and demands money
kills someone
steals money etc. by force from people or places
steals from shops
brings goods into a country illegally
uses violence for political reasons
is someone who steals
Exam Practice
Decide which answer best fits
each space
Exam Practice
Check Your Answers
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A
B
last
least
witness
offender
now
damages
blackmailer
hostage
confessed
committed
crime
self-defence
to
having
accused
suspicious
C
the
guilty
law
hooligan
admitted
fact
under
ordinary
D
school
verdict
accident
forger
performed
danger
my
innocent
Exam Practice
Check Your Answers
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A
B
last
least
witness
offender
now
damages
blackmailer
hostage
confessed
committed
crime
self-defence
to
having
accused
suspicious
C
the
guilty
law
hooligan
admitted
fact
under
ordinary
D
school
verdict
accident
forger
performed
danger
my
innocent
Exam Practice
Check Your Answers
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A
B
last
least
witness
offender
now
damages
blackmailer
hostage
confessed
committed
crime
self-defence
to
having
accused
suspicious
C
the
guilty
law
hooligan
admitted
fact
under
ordinary
D
school
verdict
accident
forger
performed
danger
my
innocent
Exam Practice
Check Your Answers
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A
B
last
least
witness
offender
now
damages
blackmailer
hostage
confessed
committed
crime
self-defence
to
having
accused
suspicious
C
the
guilty
law
hooligan
admitted
fact
under
ordinary
D
school
verdict
accident
forger
performed
danger
my
innocent
Exam Practice
Check Your Answers
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A
B
last
least
witness
offender
now
damages
blackmailer
hostage
confessed
committed
crime
self-defence
to
having
accused
suspicious
C
the
guilty
law
hooligan
admitted
fact
under
ordinary
D
school
verdict
accident
forger
performed
danger
my
innocent
Exam Practice
Check Your Answers
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A
B
last
least
witness
offender
now
damages
blackmailer
hostage
confessed committed
crime
self-defence
to
having
accused
suspicious
C
the
guilty
law
hooligan
admitted
fact
under
ordinary
D
school
verdict
accident
forger
performed
danger
my
innocent
Exam Practice
Check Your Answers
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A
B
last
least
witness
offender
now
damages
blackmailer
hostage
confessed committed
crime
self-defence
to
having
accused
suspicious
C
the
guilty
law
hooligan
admitted
fact
under
ordinary
D
school
verdict
accident
forger
performed
danger
my
innocent
Exam Practice
Check Your Answers
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A
B
last
least
witness
offender
now
damages
blackmailer
hostage
confessed committed
crime
self-defence
to
having
accused
suspicious
C
the
guilty
law
hooligan
admitted
fact
under
ordinary
D
school
verdict
accident
forger
performed
danger
my
innocent
Exam Practice
Check Your Answers
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A
B
last
least
witness
offender
now
damages
blackmailer
hostage
confessed committed
crime
self-defence
to
having
accused
suspicious
C
the
guilty
law
hooligan
admitted
fact
under
ordinary
D
school
verdict
accident
forger
performed
danger
my
innocent
Exam Practice
Check Your Answers
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
A
evidence
suspecting
trial
with
statement
people
refuse
B
witness
suing
charge
for
biography
errors
deny
C
permission
denying
sentence
on
evident
times
contradict
D
body
accusing
confess
by
history
lies
suppose
Exam Practice
Check Your Answers
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
A
evidence
suspecting
trial
with
statement
people
refuse
B
witness
suing
charge
for
biography
errors
deny
C
permission
denying
sentence
on
evident
times
contradict
D
body
accusing
confess
by
history
lies
suppose
Exam Practice
Check Your Answers
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
A
evidence
suspecting
trial
with
statement
people
refuse
B
witness
suing
charge
for
biography
errors
deny
C
permission
denying
sentence
on
evident
times
contradict
D
body
accusing
confess
by
history
lies
suppose
Exam Practice
Check Your Answers
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
A
evidence
suspecting
trial
with
statement
people
refuse
B
witness
suing
charge
for
biography
errors
deny
C
permission
denying
sentence
on
evident
times
contradict
D
body
accusing
confess
by
history
lies
suppose
Exam Practice
Check Your Answers
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
A
evidence
suspecting
trial
with
statement
people
refuse
B
witness
suing
charge
for
biography
errors
deny
C
permission
denying
sentence
on
evident
times
contradict
D
body
accusing
confess
by
history
lies
suppose
Exam Practice
Check Your Answers
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
A
evidence
suspecting
trial
with
statement
people
refuse
B
witness
suing
charge
for
biography
errors
deny
C
permission
denying
sentence
on
evident
times
contradict
D
body
accusing
confess
by
history
lies
suppose
Exam Practice
Check Your Answers
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
A
evidence
suspecting
trial
with
statement
people
refuse
B
witness
suing
charge
for
biography
errors
deny
C
permission
denying
sentence
on
evident
times
contradict
D
body
accusing
confess
by
history
lies
suppose
Exam Practice
Check Your Answers
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
A
evidence
suspecting
trial
with
statement
people
refuse
B
witness
suing
charge
for
biography
errors
deny
C
permission
denying
sentence
on
evident
times
contradict
D
body
accusing
confess
by
history
lies
suppose
Grammar Revision
PASSIVE VOICE
PAST
PRESENT
FUTURE
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
Make the Sentences Passive
1. They will send the criminal to
prison.
2. Two men in masks robbed the
bank and stole $500 000.
3. They asked the witness to tell
what she had seen.
4. The jury has sentenced him to
5 years in prison.
Exam Practice
Open the brackets and use the
verb in the required form
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.
Exam Practice
Check Your Answers
At the moment she is recovering
well at her home, where she is
being cared for by her parents.
Exam Practice
Check Your Answers
Jean’s ordeal began last week as
she was walking home from school.
Exam Practice
Check Your Answers
She had never walked home alone
before – always with her friends.
Exam Practice
Check Your Answers
But that day the teacher made her
rewrite some test and didn’t let her
go home after classes.
Exam Practice
Check Your Answers
If she had gone with her friends
everything would have been OK.
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.
Exam Practice
Check Your Answers
She never used to drive.
Exam Practice
Check Your Answers
Fortunately the police had a witness
– an old lady – who saw three men
bundling the girl into the car.
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.
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.
Exam Practice
Check Your Answers
All of them already have been
charged with kidnapping.
Exam Practice
Discussion: Let the punishment
fit the crime
Exam Practice
Match the
names of crimes
with the
pictures
Hijacking
Bank robbery
Burglary
Pickpocketing
Shoplifting
Speeding
Vandalism
Exam Practice
Reading
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.
Exam Practice
Check Your Answers
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
Local teenager kidnapped
Terrorist attack
Crime is international
What can be done?
Witness statement
Safe return of kidnap victim
Pensioner attacked
3
5
1
2
6
4
Exam Practice
Listening
Mr. and Mrs. Arnolfini witnessed the
crime shown in the picture. You will
hear them being interviewed by the
police. Complete the report.
Exam Practice
Hometask: Writing
Opinion Composition
Do you think that capital punishment
is the best way to beat the crime?
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
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