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11.5.15

CONTESTS: Euroscola in the news, Curiosipics, Time Capsule



We appear in the news! Our Euroscola project with Senegal is on the news, have a look (headlines and from 11:40):
http://tvbadalona.xiptv.cat/noticiesteleb/capitol/6-de-maig-de-2015

These are the winners of 2015: http://www.euro-scola.com/
http://www.euro-scola.com/ganadores.php

Despite the fact we have not won this year I sincerely think you are real winners, you have done an OUTSTANDING job with your campaign SMILING STARS and I congratulate you for that.

Don't worry, there are more contests!:

CURIOSIPICS: http://www.cambridgediscovery.es/page/que_es
You are still on time to upload your pic and vote for the most curious picture!
Prizes:  trips to London and New York, professional cameras, mobile phones...
Deadline: 15 May 2015

TIME CAPSULE: http://www.oxfordculturemania.es/2015/03/05/a-personal-time-capsule/
Create a time capsule and make a video of the process: how do teenagers live in 2015? Let them know what's your lifestyle in 2015... for those who will open it in 2050!
Prize: a weekend in Oxford for your class!
Deadline: extended to 29th May (but voting starts on the 18th May!)
Registration and tips: http://online.oupe.es/ELT/OxfordCompetitions/secondary-competition/index.html?utm_source=Widget&utm_medium=CM&utm_campaign=OxfordCompetition


Good luck!

ESO4: Global issues update: NEPAL EARTHQUAKE RELIEF


2015 Nepal earthquake


A strong (7.8) earthquake hit Nepal in the area near Barpak, a mountain village between capital Kathmandu and tourist town Pokhara. The earthquake was followed by many powerful aftershocks and a new earthquake (6.7) hit Nepal on Sunday April 26. 

The earthquakes caused extensive damage to buildings and thousands of deaths and injuries and was even felt in Pakistan, India and Bangladesh. Many (historic) buildings collapsed, temples have been ruined, roads destroyed. Nearly 8000 deaths in Nepal and tens of deaths in India & Tibet.

Source: http://www.earthquake-nepal.com/

Reading. More info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2015_Nepal_earthquake
Listening: http://radio.foxnews.com/2015/04/27/nepal-earthquake-the-race-to-save-lives-video/
Speaking: what do they need and how can we help Nepal at the moment? Discuss
Writing: jot down your ideas.

Check this page:
http://nepalrelief.net/

  • DO YOU NEED HELP? What are the things needed in Nepal after the earthquake?
  • DO YOU WANT TO HELP? How can you help?
  • GROUPS IN RELIEF ACTION: Choose a group and summarize who they are and what's their specific action
  • Now design a poster and a leaflet explaining what happened in Nepal and how we can help. 
NEWS REPORTING

In groups of 4 or 5, check the mass media (press, radio, TV, the Internet) and look for news dealing with global issues concerning the environment, poverty, arms trade, war, hunger or others. You will create an online piece of news including: 

a) writing, (e.g. article, chronicle, editorial...)
b) image//infographic/animation (e.g. map, photography, survey graphic...)
c) radio/podcasting  (e.g. interview, pop vox...) 
d) a TV/video story (e.g. stand up)
e) Include also a forum/opinion poll involving social media

Use a blogging device to upload your content. We will discuss if it is better to upload all the groups' contents onto a single blog. 

Resources: 
  • Blogging: wix, blogger, wordpress...
  • Audio: software > Adobe Audition, Audacity, Garageband... uploading > http://voicethread.com/...
  • Video: software >Adobe Premiere, Movie Maker, ... uploading > YouTube, blogger...
  • Free music, ingles and FX (no copyright infringement): 
Then, you will move forward to your own community: look for a story in Badalona to be covered.


5.5.15

ESO3: Extreme sports... do you dare?


WARM UP: Watch this video... which extreme sports can you spot?


VOCABULARY. Match:


http://tx.english-ch.com/teacher/rina/ex.jpg
Classify these sports into the following categories: LAND    WATER    AIR
Have you ever practised any of them?
Would you like to practise any of them?



WRITING: WISH LIST- 10 things I want to do before I am 25. 

1. I want to...
2. I would like to...
3. I'd love to...
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Example: I want to do bungee jumping in New Zealand!

SPEAKING: Now comment your list with your colleagues. What sports would you do? Which ones you wouldn't do? Why?

LISTENING: Listen to this podcast. What ten extreme sports are mentioned?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_I7iQZwbiSw
1- What does the B in BASE mean? B________ Antennas Spans (Bridges) and Earth (cliffs)
2 - Kayaking is also known as: a) cliff diving  b) caving  c) canoeing
3 - You can explore caves if you practise this sport: c _ _ _ _ _
4 - Choose the correct option: white / blue / black water rafting
5 - A synonym for skydiving is p _ _ _ ch _ _ _ _ _

READING
The origins of bungee jumping. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bungee_jumping

1. Where was the world's first permanent commercial bungee site opened? K_____ B____, in N__ Z_____.
2. When and where did they perform the world's highest jump at (233 metres)? At the M_____ T_____, in A____ 2____.
3. The main material of the elastc rope used in bungee juming is....? L______
4. In what famous French monument did they jump in the 1980s? The E_____ T ______
5. The land-diving ritual on Pentecost has been claimed as an inspiration by AJ Hackett. In what island country is it performed? V_____
EXTRA: Can you mention 5 variants of this sport?

More info @ http://www.ajhackett.com/

GRAMMAR:


GAMES
https://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/grammar-games/present-perfect-experiences

REVISION:

ESO1: What's for breakfast?


Watch the video and ask quastions to your colleagues. Test your memory! What's for breakfast around the world?
-What's for breakfast in _____? 
-In ____ they usually have __________ for breakfast.
e.g. -What's for breakfast in the USA?
-In the USA they usually have pancakes, bacon and eggs for breakfast.

Now, answer these questions:
What's a typical breakfast like where you live?
What did you have for breakfast this morning?
What do you usually have for breakfast on Sundays?
What are you having in the break today?
What will you prepare for your next birthday?

Song: YUMMY or YUCKY? Listen to this song and sing along! Stop at 1:50, look at the raining foods and guess whats the next weird combination! Then, in groups, invent another YUCKY combination out of two YUMMY ingredients and we will create our YUCKY menu!

VOCABULARY: 
https://avanzado2eoi.wikispaces.com/file/view/15%20vocabulary%20food%2002.jpg

HEALTHY BREAKFASTS PROJECT:
Writing: Let's try to add a piece of fruit in our breakfasts, before coming to school or in the break... or both! During two weeks we are going to divide into groups of 3-5 students and record what we have for breakfast each day. We will classify our breakfasts into three colours, like in traffic lights: red (not healthy), orange (so-so), green (very healthy= this includes at least a piece of fruit!): you discuss and decide on how to apply the colours! The goal is to get as many green squares as possible... and incorporate fruit into our breakfasts! Remember to incude 5-a-day!  This is, three portions of vegetables and two servings of fruit.

NAMES
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Natalia
Milk chocolate and biscuits




Kafeel
Orange juice and fried eggs




Lijie
Turkey sandwich and an apple





Listen to this text and comment on the 5 tips:
http://kidshealth.org/teen/food_fitness/nutrition/veggies_tips.html

Reading: have a look to this leaflet.
http://www.vegetables.co.nz/resources/1files/pdf/VEG0038-Vegetables-for-Children-DL-Update-Website.pdf

1. What food is it promoting?
2. Where is it from?
3. What vegetables can you identify on the face (cover)?
4. And in the middle part of the second page? Mention vegetable and colour
5. Can you mention two dishes made with potatoes?

More on colours and vegs: http://www.vegetables.co.nz/resources/1files/pdf/leaflet_eatcolours.pdf

Source: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/ab/4c/7d/ab4c7d47a76975fc300275dfc565e177.jpg

EXTRA!: This advertisement is mute. Shall we create a song to go with it? Pay attention to the vocabulary!


GRAMMAR REVISION (video explanations and exercises): 
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-ysPhSptLkxw/Up_ymLdZ2HI/AAAAAAAAAF0/YnHiaw1JazA/s1600/countables++chart.jpg


20.4.15

ESO4: EUROPASS CV, CREATIVE CV & MOTIVATION LETTER

We have read about the best job in the world. There was no need for a CV, just a short video, do you want to try for this year's edition? Have a go!
READING & SPEAKING http://www.tourism.australia.com/campaigns/global-youth-project.aspx


This is an example of a creative way to apply for job. We have also listened to different job interviews and sorted all the typical questions you have to be ready for (e.g. strengths and weaknesses, etc.) and the importance of non-verbal communication and the looks.Listen to the man and answer the questions (ltiple choice): LISTENING http://www.esl-lab.com/jobhunting/jobhuntingrd1.htm
https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/47/d4/86/47d486d0a83de388e85cc79129d2941c.jpg

Here you can listen to another interview. Please fill in the gaps of the CV/Resume, it will give you a first idea of what it looks like:
http://www.esl-lounge.com/student/listening/2L3-job-interview.php

Now, imagine yourself in the future, say in 10 years time, and you see the advertisement for your dream job. How would you apply for it? Most surely the ask you to write a motivation letter and to attach a Europass curriculum, so let's practise these!
How to write motivational letterREADING &WRITING
EUROPASS: https://europass.cedefop.europa.eu/en/home
Motivation letter models: http://motivationalletter.com/how-to-write-a-motivational-letter-when-applying-for-job/
For a foreign language teacher: http://resumes-for-teachers.com/samples/ESL-teacher-cover-letter-sample.aspx

EXTRA: pinterest on job stuff:
https://www.pinterest.com/jennmolver/job-stuff/
Inphographics DOs and DON'Ts
https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/19/84/d4/1984d484d8c8635a8ede278d303fdbae.jpg
http://blogs.biz.colostate.edu/ugrad/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2011/10/good-vs-bad-example1.png http://www.findtherightjob.com/seeker/job-interview-body-language-dos-donts/
http://seeker.findtherightjob.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/body-language.jpg
Online interview tips:
http://www.intercall.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Dress-for-Success.jpg.png

EUROSCOLA 2015: SMILING STARS PROJECT



This year you have worked really hard for the contest, and the results have been amazing. Here you can check the blog for the project. Thank you for your implication you are fantastic! Our project continues in collaboration with local NGOs and communicating it via different media so...Keep tuned!
http://smilingstars2015.blogspot.com.es/

Email from Senegal:

Dear students,

We have visited the SPER school in the outskirts of Dakar. The taxi driver didn't know were it was exactly but he then told us that he knew the cook at the center! When we arrived, Mr Carvalho and the kids welcomed us, they were very polite. Mr Carvalho showed us the facilities of their school: they have a kitchen, a patio, several bedrooms for the kids and a classroom were they have a small bookcase, three big desks and some chairs and a blackboard. He tells us that kids here arrive voluntarily, through different activities they carry on in the streets. Each of them carry sad stories but they are free to explain them or not. In the SPER (Solidarité pour les Enfants de la Rue) they are devoted to help these children, give them shelter, food and education. So you are actually collaborating beyond education.They are in touch with La Puponnière so they will be so kind to deliver the baby materials and toys to them.

They were really happy to receive your contribution: notebooks, pens, colored pencils.... are very much needed here, as well as clothes. They also loved the footballs! So they really thank you from the bottom of their hearts and send you lots of love. Their smile is the best present we can have.

Here you have some pictures from Senegal, people here is very cheerful, nature is impressive and the Pink Lake... is really pink! Hope you were here. In a way you are (look at the walls!).

Best wishes and congratulations for your hard work

Humberto Burcet


 At SPER:

 Monsieur Agustin Carvalho, director of SPER:
 Kids receiving your materials!


 Their classroom
 Library and games. They will contact La puponnière for the baby's stuff
We share the same values! Like in our posters. Now you have cooperated in their education process improving their opportunities through access to your materials... and your support!


Pictures from Senegal:
Baobab
 Giraffe in a Reserve (Bandia)
Cheerful women in Gorée Island (here there was the House of Slaves we talked about in class)
Kids in a small village in the desert. 

 A bird in the Pink Lake!

25.3.15

ESO4: UNIT5 READING: "Borders" by Thomas King (Canada and USA... actually Blackfoot)



Dear students,

Please find attached a reading for Easter Holidays called "Borders", a story about a Blackfoot woman in the border between Canada and the USA.

4th A: Work in your own groups of 3-4 people.
4th B: You can work in pairs (2) or groups of 3-4 people.

Presentation of the paper (treball)
COVER: Title, names, group 4th A/B
Contents (Índex)
1-American Indians: The Blackfoot. Look for information about the Blackfoot: who are they, population, languages, states/provinces where they are located, languages...and 
some of their traditions (traditional economy: _____ hunters and ____ fishers).
 In what area of the following map are they located? (include a map)
2-Look up the vocabulary: find at least 10 words in the dictionary and write them down. 3-Answer the 5 questions at the end of the text. 
4-Make 4 questions about the text (what/who/where/when/why/how/how many/which...) and provide their answer.
For example: What countries does the border separate?
Answer: Canada and the United States of America.
5-Self-assessment. Complete this chart:
From https://mswong2.files.wordpress.com/2003/02/socials-group-project-self.jpg

Deadline-(data d''entrega):15 April 2015

There will be a little test after this about the story and the Blackfoot people.

Happy Easter!
Humbert

24.2.15

ESO4 Unit 4: Relationships


Watch the video.What are the two meanings of the word "free"?
Now work in pairs. Choose one of the sketches, rehearse and act it out in front of the class!

Revise for the exam!
http://www.slideshare.net/bcnhumberto/eso4-canada?qid=c74fd320-219a-4117-8381-0c669d8c90bd&v=qf1&b=&from_search=2

4.2.15

ESO1: Weather and clothes

video

Song about the weather:
http://youtu.be/DnGKfOX5bVQ
LISTENING:
MASTERD: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYeHeCJpV2g

It's... stormy    sunny     rainy    windy    hot   warm   cold   (heavy showers= heavy rain)

What's the weather like in the north of the country on Monday? Heavy showers
What's the weather like in the south on Tuesday?
What's the weather like in the north of the island on Tuesday night?
What's the weather like on Wednesday?
What's the weather like at the weekend?

BBC: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HSHNkT-V7LY

Complete: rain  warm  stormy   north   sunny

Today: Mainly ______and ______in England and Wales. ______spreading across Northern Ireland, Scotland and Cumbria during the morning, then southwards to Wales and the north Midlands later. Rain clearing places further north. _______in far _______.

American TV: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uLdte1tRPMs

1. Degrees are in... a) ºC (Celsius)  b) ºK (Kelvin) c) ºF (Fahrenheit)
2. They start in the.... a) East Coast   b) Centre of the USA  b) West Coast
3. They end up with the weather in the... a) East Coast   b) Centre of the USA  b) West Coast
4. What day is it?
5. What part of the day?

Weather and clothes: http://youtu.be/imWDaipuxQE


Free book about clothes vocabulary here:
http://chagall-col.spip.ac-rouen.fr/IMG/didapages/clothes/index.html

26.1.15

ESO4: Have you ever listened to this song? + Body parts and going to the doctor's (Unit 3)

SONG AND GAME:

Form the past participle of these verbs and check its meaning:
REGULAR (-ed): climb-   scale-   crawl-   kiss-
IRREGULAR (3rd column): run-   find-   speak-  hold-

Now, as you listen to this song by U2, order its parts.
http://www.multimedia-english.com/videos/music/i-still-havent-found-what-im-looking-for-5268


Then, check the lyrics.

Reflect:
1-Where is the particle "still" placed?
2-Is the sentence affirmative, negative or interrogative?
3-What two words do we use in the Present Perfect?
Auxiliary: _____ (present tense) + verb  (p____ p______ )
4-When do we usually use the present perfect?
5-In your opinion, what's the meaning of the song?

Look for affirmative and negative forms of the present perfect in the song. Then make the questions that they would answer. For example: Have you climbed the highest mountains? Try adding everyet and already.
Have you ever climbed the highest mountains?
Have you climbed the highest mountains yet?
Have you already climbed the highest mountains?

Quizz: Where are U2 from? What are the two main religions in their country?  What were the Troubles?

VOCABULARY REVISION

How many body parts can you find in the lyrics?

I have climbed the highest mountains
I have run through the fields
Only to be with you
Only to be with you.

I have run, I have crawled
I have scaled these city walls
These city walls
Only to be with you.

But I still haven't found
What I'm looking for.
But I still haven't found
What I'm looking for.

I have kissed honey lips
Felt the healing in her finger tips
It burned like fire
(I was) burning inside her.

I have spoke with the tongue of angels
I have held the hand of a devil
It was warm in the night
I was cold as a stone.

But I still haven't found
What I'm looking for.
But I still haven't found
What I'm looking for.

I believe in the Kingdom Come
Then all the colours will bleed into one
Bleed into one.
But yes, I'm still running.

You broke the bonds
And you loosed the chains
Carried the cross of my shame
Oh my shame, you know I believe it.

But I still haven't found
What I'm looking for.
But I still haven't found
What I'm looking for.

But I still haven't found
What I'm looking for.
But I still haven't found


GAMES:
Here you have some games to practise the vocabulary of unit 3.
Try to look up those words you are unfamiliar with
Examples: spleen, pancreas... Where are they? What's their function?

Labelling body parts: 
http://www.learninggamesforkids.com/health_games/body_parts/labeling.html
Description - word-o-rama: 
http://www.learninggamesforkids.com/health_games/body_parts/body-parts-word-o-rama.html
Other games: http://www.learninggamesforkids.com/health_games/body_parts/body-parts-match-three.html

At the Doctor's:
http://valentineoi.wikispaces.com/file/view/DOCTOR%20MEDICN.jpg/526140686/DOCTOR%20MEDICN.jpg

VOCABUARY: http://www.languageguide.org/english/vocabulary/medicine/

LISTENING: Here you have some video samples to prepare the listening  exercises.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51wvIhwDi00
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YisuBwkHnjA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YKvAaiGnldY

SPEAKING: Prepare a short gag including typical doctor expressions. What's the matter? I've got... Examples:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WatbojcfUZ8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YR19iwqIV1A


CONVERSATION GUIDE:
Doctor-Good morning. What's the matter?
Patient-I've got (a) ... (symptoms)
D-When did it start?
P- ... days ago.
D-Have you already taken any medication?
P- Yes, I've taken (an aspirin...) / No, I haven't.
D-Let's see... It seems you have (a) ... (illness).
P-What can I take?
D-I'll prescribe you some medicine. What do you prefer: (syrup or pills? / tablets or capsules?...)
P-How often should I take them?
D-Once/twice/three times a day/a week, before/during/after the meals.
P-Thank you doctor.
D-Get well soon. Good bye.

20.1.15

ESO3: Giving directions


From: http://www.easypacelearning.com/images/givingdirections.jpg

Have a look to this instructions and follow the instructions of the listening exercise. Then, work in pairs and make your own dialogues!
http://learnenglishteens.britishcouncil.org/skills/listening-skills-practice/giving-directions

A-Hello, can you help me?
B-Sure! How can I help you?
A-Where is the...?
B. Go straight ahead. Go past the traffic lights. Then, take the (first/second/third) street on the (left/right).
It's (opposite / next to) the ...
A- Thanks
B-You are welcome

19.1.15

ESO1: Daily routines and question words games

VOC- First, let's revise the daily routines!
https://4blifeinpoland.files.wordpress.com/2013/03/daily-routines.jpgWatch the video below. What are Mr Bean's daily routines?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YwmIDHm3kOk 

Then make questions about the video and make your colleagues to answer them: E.g. Where does Mr Bean have breakfast? In the park.

Remember the question words we have learnt.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKol8wznKXs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXWK1-L41f0

Work in pairs/groups of three: choose a card at random and make the action so that your classmate guesses whats the routine you are mimicring! Ask questions: E.g. What are you doing? I'm brushing my teeth.

Other videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUXkj6j6Ezw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tiXAWq852Ts

Revise daily routines (play the cards and mimicry game with your colleagues):
Source: 

Grammar: Simple Present: http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar/simple-present
Form: http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar/simple-present/form
Exercises on affirmative, negative and interrogative there as well.

GAMES:

Present simple:
 http://www.eslgamesplus.com/present-simple-tense-action-verbs-interactive-monkey-game/

Question words:
 http://www.eslgamesplus.com/present-simple-tense-action-verbs-interactive-monkey-game/

16.1.15

ESO 3: Crime scene!

Video about vocabulary of crime



https://www.englishclub.com/vocabulary/criminals.htm

Criminals Vocab

Most countries have laws (official rules set by the government). Together, these laws are called "the Law". When people disobey the Law, we say that they "break the law", and we call such people "law breakers" or "criminals". Breaking the law is a "crime".
This criminal (noun)does this...The crime (noun)The action (verb)
accomplicehelps another person to commit a crimeaiding and abettingto aid and abet
arsonistsets fire to other people's property illegallyarsonto commit arson
assassinkills people for political reasons, or in return for paymentassassinationto assassinate
bigamistmarries more than one person at the same timebigamyto commit bigamy
burglarbreaks in to buildings to stealburglaryto burgle
deserteris a member of the armed forces who leaves without permissiondesertionto desert
drug dealerbuys and sells illegal drugsdrug dealingto deal in drugs
forgermakes fake money or documentsforgeryto forge
gangsteris a member of a violent criminal gang (group)gangsterism-
hijackertakes control of a vehicle (plane, ship etc) by force and diverts ithijackingto hijack
hooliganis a violent young troublemakerhooliganism-
kidnappertakes people away by force and demands money to free themkidnappingto kidnap
muggerattacks and robs people in a public placemuggingto mug
murdererdeliberately kills another personmurderto murder
offenderis anybody who breaks the lawcommitting an offenceto offend
pickpocketsteals money etc from other people's pocketspickpocketingto pickpocket
robbersteals money etc, using force or the threat of forcerobberyto rob
shopliftersteals goods from a shop while pretending to be a customershopliftingto shoplift
smugglermoves goods illegally into or out of a country without paying taxsmugglingto smuggle
spysecretly gets information about another countryspyingto spy
industrial spysecretly gets information about a companyindustrial spyingto spy
stowawayhides on a plane or ship to travel secretly and freestowing awayto stow away
terroristuses violence for political reasonsterrorismto commit terrorism
thiefsteals property from other people (without using violence)theftto thieve
traitorbetrays his country to another countrytreacheryto betray
vandaldeliberately destroys or damages public propertyvandalismto vandalize

Crime and punishment: https://www.englishclub.com/english-for-work/police-crime.htm



Questions from law breakers or suspected criminals

  • Why did you pull me over?
  • Have I done something wrong?
  • Is this illegal?
  • What are my rights?
  • Can I call a lawyer?
  • Where are you taking me?
  • Can I make a phone call?

Questions police may ask a suspected criminal

  • Are you carrying any illegal drugs?
  • Do you have a weapon?
  • Does this belong to you?
  • Whose car is this?
  • Where were you at eight last night?

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

CrimeDefinition
abduction/kidnappingtaking a person to a secret location using force
armed robberyusing a weapon to steal
arsonsetting fire to a place on purpose
assaulthurting another person physically
attempted murdertrying to kill someone (but failing)
burglary,
breaking and entering
going into another person's home or business with force
child abuseinjuring a child on purpose
domestic violencephysical assault that occur within the home
drug traffickingtrading illegal drugs
drunk drivingdriving after having too much alcohol
fraudlying or cheating for business or monetary purposes
hijackingholding people in transit hostage (usually on a plane)
murder/homicidetaking someone's life through violence
shopliftingstealing merchandise from a store
smugglingbringing products into a country secretly and illegally
speedingdriving beyond the speed limit
terrorismacts of crime against a group (political/religious) or another country
theftstealing
tortureextremely cruel and unfair treatment (often towards prisoners)
vandalismdamaging public or private property (for example with spray paint)
white collar crimebreaking the law in business

Types of punishment

Punishment
(example offence)
Definition
traffic ticket
(speeding, parking)
leaves marks on driving record/involves paying a fine
license suspension
(drunk driving)
driving rights are removed for a certain period of time
fine
(hunting out of season)
pay money as punishment for minor/petty crime
house arrest
(a young offender who is waiting to go to court)
remain in one's home for a certain period of time
community service
(a youth that steals a car for the first time)
do volunteer work such as teaching children about crime or cleaning up garbage
jail time
(man who assaults his wife)
spend a certain amount of months or years locked away from society
life in prison
(a woman who commits homicide)
spend the rest of one's life in prison with no chance of going back into society

GAMES:
easy: http://www.cluedofan.com/onlinegame.htm

Cluedo On-Line Deduction Game

Select a Suspect, Weapon and Room; then click Suggest.
intermediate: http://www.fbi.gov/fun-games/kids/kids
advanced: http://www.crimeandinvestigation.co.uk/games

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More: POGO: http://www.pogo.com/hidden-object-games
CLUE: SECRETS & SPIES: http://www.pogo.com/games/clue?pageSection=lp_hauntedhog_rec1_cluess

ESO 1: Daily routine in a boarding school

Warm-up: revise the DAILY ROUTINE vocabulary:

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Can you imagine what is life like in a boarding school? It is a school where you don't only studyu, but also pend your free time, have all your meals ans even sleep there! Would you like to study in a boarding school?

Have a look to the daily routine of these students and answer the questions. What kind or school do you think it will be? (what kind of means what type of...):
a. sports school   b. languages school  c. drama school


1. Put in order the activities they do in the morning:
      get dressed / brush their teeth  / have breakfast / comb their hair /  wake up

2. They go to school at...
     seven o'clock / ten past seven / quarter past seven / half  past seven

3. They go to school...
    by car  / by bus  / on foot  / by bicycle

4. What sports do they practise?
5. Where do they eat? And where do they have dinner?
6. When do they have breakfast? And lunch? And dinner?
7. What do they do in their free time?
8. At what time do they come back from school in the afternoon?
    1:45 am /  1:45 pm   / 2 pm   / 2:30 pm
9. Who can study in La Masia? How do they feel in there?
10.What do you prefer, a normal school or a boarding school? Why?

SP/WR: Has your vision of boarding schools changed after watching the video? Why?
Examples for your answers:
-Yes, because I think that living in a boarding school is fun / interesting / great: you can live with your friends!
-No, because I think that living in a boarding school is boring / stressing / sad: you can't see your parents often!