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The wrong side of the law

Презентация «The wrong side of the law» является методическим пособием к учебнику английского языка под редакцией Комаровой Ю. А. к юниту 4.

Презентация содержит задания для текста, в упражнении А стр. 44 даёт перевод слов для экономии времени на уроке, для работы с текстом. На слайдах можно ознакомиться со значением слов crime and punishment и ответить на ряд вопросов, связанных с ними.

Презентация также включает работу учащихся над словообразованием и проверку с помощью ключа. Она красочно оформлена, что повышает мотивацию учащихся к работе над данным циклом.

09.05.2019

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  The wrong side of the law (Unit 4- 10 класс Комарова Ю.А.) Презентация Шалыгина Г.М. МБОУ СОШ2 Г. Лесосибирск.

  The wrong side of the law

(Unit 4- 10 класс Комарова Ю.А.)

Презентация

Шалыгина Г.М.

МБОУ СОШ2

Г. Лесосибирск.

The wrong side of the law the text ‘Burglary in the family ‘ What is its title? What is it about? What is the text ‘Burglary in the family ‘ about? Please give the summary of the text before reading. Read the text and exercises after it.

The wrong side of the law

the text ‘Burglary in the family ‘

What is its title? What is it about?

What is the text ‘Burglary in the family ‘ about? Please give the summary of the text before reading. Read the text and exercises after it.

the text ‘Burglary in the family ‘ Reading Dive in-ex A, page 44 Robber-грабитель Register-касса cashier [kæˈʃi-кассир Were notified-были уведомлены Were arrested-были арестованы Criminals-преступники Burlgary-кража со взломом Fingerprints-отпечатки пальцев Accuse-обвинять Get rid off-избавиться
  • the text ‘Burglary in the family ‘
  • Reading

Dive in-ex A, page 44

  • Robber-грабитель
  • Register-касса
  • cashier [kæˈʃi-кассир
  • Were notified-были уведомлены
  • Were arrested-были арестованы
  • Criminals-преступники
  • Burlgary-кража со взломом
  • Fingerprints-отпечатки пальцев
  • Accuse-обвинять
  • Get rid off-избавиться
   A  crime  is an  illegal  action or activity for which a person can be punished by law.     Crime What is crime?  [kraɪm-преступность-преступная деятельность (criminality,criminal activity)-преступление-злодеяние-правонарушение тяжкое преступление-(offence-atrocity-serious crime)

crime  is an  illegal  action or activity for which a person can be punished by law.

Crime What is crime?

[kraɪm-преступность-преступная деятельность

(criminality,criminal activity)-преступление-злодеяние-правонарушение

тяжкое преступление-(offence-atrocity-serious crime)

Рunishment-   the  act  of  punishing  someone. 1 ) What is punishment associated with?   2) Have you ever been punished by anybody?   3) Have you ever punished?   4) What is your attitude to it?   5) What kinds of punishment do you know? 

Рunishment-   the  act  of  punishing  someone.

1 ) What is punishment associated with?

2) Have you ever been punished by anybody?

3) Have you ever punished?

4) What is your attitude to it?

5) What kinds of punishment do you know? 

Look at the slide and try to guess what we are doing today? What do you feel about the situation in the picture?  What is crime? 1. What is crime associated with?   2. What kinds of crime do you know?   3. Have you ever seen a crime?   witness [ˈwɪtnɪs] -свидетель, очевидец- свидетельница

Look at the slide and try to guess what we are doing today? What do you feel about the situation in the picture? 

What is crime?

1. What is crime associated with?

2. What kinds of crime do you know?

3. Have you ever seen a crime?

witness [ˈwɪtnɪs] -свидетель, очевидец- свидетельница

Crime and punishment. section Vocabulary Have a look at the first exercise of the section Vocabulary « Crime and punishment» . The exercise A will help you to find out kinds of crimes. Look at the task and do it(Ex A, page46-match these crimes with definitions)

Crime and punishment.

section Vocabulary

Have a look at the first exercise of the section Vocabulary « Crime and punishment» . The exercise A will help you to find out kinds of crimes. Look at the task and do it(Ex A, page46-match these crimes with definitions)

Ex A, page46-match these crimes with definitions 1.Arson-|ˈɑːs(ə)n|-поджог 2.burglary-|ˈbəːɡləri| -кража со взломом 3.kidnapping-|ˈkɪdnapɪŋ|-похищение людей 4.murder-|ˈməːdə|-убийствo 5.robbery-|ˈrɒb(ə)ri|-ограбление 6.shoplifting-|ˈʃɒplɪftɪŋ| -магазинная кража 7.smuggling-|ˈsmʌɡəlɪŋ|-контрабанда A. Making someone a prisoner in order to get money B. killing someone deliberately C. taking things into a country illegally D. the act of stealing something E. setting fire to something F. breaking into a building in order to streal things G. stealing things from a shop Check-1-e,2-f,3a,4b,5d,6g,7c

Ex A, page46-match these crimes with definitions

1.Arson-|ˈɑːs(ə)n|-поджог

2.burglary-|ˈbəːɡləri| -кража со взломом

3.kidnapping-|ˈkɪdnapɪŋ|-похищение людей

4.murder-|ˈməːdə|-убийствo

5.robbery-|ˈrɒb(ə)ri|-ограбление

6.shoplifting-|ˈʃɒplɪftɪŋ| -магазинная кража

7.smuggling-|ˈsmʌɡəlɪŋ|-контрабанда

A. Making someone a prisoner in order to get money

B. killing someone deliberately

C. taking things into a country illegally

D. the act of stealing something

E. setting fire to something

F. breaking into a building in order to streal things

G. stealing things from a shop

Check-1-e,2-f,3a,4b,5d,6g,7c

Dive in-ex B, page 46 Check yourself.  Verb Murder Arson Burglary Kidnapping Robbery Shoplifting Smuggling  Noun Murderer Arsonist Buglar Kidnapper Robber Shoplifiter Smuggler

Dive in-ex B, page 46

Check yourself.

Verb

Murder

Arson

Burglary

Kidnapping

Robbery

Shoplifting

Smuggling

Noun

Murderer

Arsonist

Buglar

Kidnapper

Robber

Shoplifiter

Smuggler

with the Ex C, page46-complete the sentences words from ex.B 1)The....demanded a ranson of $1000000 to let the wealthy man go free. 2)The police suspect the fire is the work of a(n) ….. 3)The …. must have taken place between 10 and 11pm,when no one was home. 4)The …. had stolen more than 20 CDs,which he had hidden under his shirt. 5)They suspected he was a(n) …. because he flew to Amsterdam and back every other day,carrying a locked briefcace.

with the Ex C, page46-complete the sentences words from ex.B

1)The....demanded a ranson of $1000000 to let the wealthy man go free.

2)The police suspect the fire is the work of a(n) …..

3)The …. must have taken place between 10 and 11pm,when no one was home.

4)The …. had stolen more than 20 CDs,which he had hidden under his shirt.

5)They suspected he was a(n) …. because he flew to Amsterdam and back every other day,carrying a locked briefcace.

Dive in-ex c, page 46 Check yourself. 1. KINDAPPER 2.ARSONIST 3.ROBBER 4.SHOPLIFTER 5.SMUGGLER

Dive in-ex c, page 46

Check yourself.

1. KINDAPPER

2.ARSONIST

3.ROBBER

4.SHOPLIFTER

5.SMUGGLER

homework Give a 2-minute talk on crimes where you live

homework

Give a 2-minute talk on crimes where you live

SLIDE TITLE 1 Reading the text 2 New words 3 Defenitions of the words 4 Crime and punishment 5 homework

SLIDE TITLE

1

Reading the text

2

New words

3

Defenitions of the words

4

Crime and punishment

5

homework

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