Serial Taxi on Vimeo (2:17) https://vimeo.com/63106783
A young business woman takes a chilling ride when she realizes her cab driver could be the notorious Taxi Killer. Created by Paolo Cogliati, – Responsible for…
Andrea Jesse’s ESL Lessons: 43. Crime (vocabulary)http://andrealessons.blogspot.se/2012/04/43-crime-vocabulary.html
Below you’ll find PowerPoint lessons for English learners (ESL/EFL students) that I created. Click on the play button below the PowerPoint to begin and then use the arrow to advance (or use your arrow keys on your keyboard). (yr 7-9)
Crime Vocabulary and a Short Discussionhttp://busyteacher.org/23510-crime-vocabulary-and-a-short-discussion.html
This power point presentation is to practice crime vocabulary. There are 18 pictures with captions that will help your students remember the new vocabulary. (yr 8-9)
This is a powerpoint that I made for ESL learners in middle school in France (the powerpoint is entirely in English) with vocabulary words they learned from a unit on crime. (yr 8-9)
Topics: Crime | Onestopenglishhttp://www.onestopenglish.com/skills/integrated-skills/topics/topics-crime/551409.article
Students are introduced to the topic of crime in this lesson, which gives practice in reading, listening and speaking skills at various language levels
Breaking News English ESL Lesson Plan on London Policehttp://www.breakingnewsenglish.com/0507/050723-shooting.html
London police have shot and killed an apparent suspect in Thursday’s attempted London bombings. A reading/listening task at two levels with various activities
Juvenile criminals | ESL Voiceshttp://esl-voices.com/tag/juvenile-criminals/
When a twelve or sixteen-year-old steals property or evades paying a fare on public transportation, should he or she be tried and sentenced as an adult? A lesson plan for at least 2 lessons (yr 9)
Stories about crimes, at two levels: story (yr 8-9) abridged (yr 7-8). Use for differentiation!
FBI — Kidshttps://www.fbi.gov/fun-games/kids
Loads to learn about the history, agents and their work at two levels: blue and yellow
45. Man Gets 12 Years for Fraudhttp://www.rong-chang.com/qa2/stories/story045.htm
A federal judge sentenced Bruce Jones to 12 years in federal prison for fraud. A short story with activities available down below (yr 6-8)
Very Short Crime Stories – Typotichttps://typotic.com/very-short-stories/crime/
Stories written in Typotic to make it easier for dyslectic readers or to show on big screen.
Creepy Crime Stories to Read in Bedhttps://the-line-up.com/6-creepy-crimes-read-bed-tonight
There are so many terrible-yet-fascinating crimes you’ve never heard of. Read these, then sleep tight.
Three famous crimes | ESOL Nexushttp://esol.britishcouncil.org/content/learners/uk-life/be-safe-uk/three-famous-crimes
Every day in the newspapers you can read about crimes and criminals. However, some crimes are more famous than others.
With activities (yr 7-9)
What do I do if the police arrest me?http://settlement.org/ontario/legal-services/police/if-you-are-arrested-or-detained/what-do-i-do-if-the-police-arrest-me/
The police cannot arrest or detain you without following very strict rules. Real advice for anybody interested (yr 7-9)
Youth – Juvenile Crimehttp://www.myenglishpages.com/site_php_files/reading_youth.php
Juvenile delinquency refers to antisocial or illegal behavior by children or adolescents and is considered a serious problem all over the world. Reading Comprehension Text (yr 9)
Crime Short Storieshttps://short-story.me/crime-stories.html
Stories By Genre HomeCrime StoriesFantasy StoriesHorror StoriesMystery StoriesRomance StoriesScience Fiction StoriesGeneral StoriesFlash FictionFeatured StoriesPoetry
Crime Short Storieshttp://www.eastoftheweb.com/short-stories/crimeindex.html
A decapitated body is found during a dinner party at the house of the Chief of the Paris Police, in the walled garden.
Detective Stories – Short Storieshttps://strandmag.com/the-magazine/short-stories/
The Strand features a wide array of Detective Stories reminiscent of the Golden Age of crime writing from cozy whodunits to hard- boiled detective stories, suspenseful thrillers to humorous mysteries.
Security Systems: Home, Business, and Bankhttp://www.esl-lab.com/securitysystems/securitysystemsrd1.htm
Businesses and homes often fall victim to crime, particularly robbery and burglary… A listening comprehension with 5 questions (yr 7-9)
A listening comprehension about personal security with 5 questions (yr 8-9)
Criminal | a podcasthttp://thisiscriminal.com/
Criminal is a podcast about crime. Stories of people who’ve done wrong, been wronged, or gotten caught somewhere in the middle.
the world lecture project (11:27)http://www.world-lecture-project.org/lecture/?id=564b641ceee37
As a teenager, Ismael Nazario was sent to New York’s Rikers Island jail, where he spent 300 days in … Click for subtitles (yr 7-9)
Crime Dialogues to practise (and change) in pairs (yr 5-6)
Too Soft on Crime Read the text and discuss: How would you want criminals to be treated? (yr 7-9)
Murder Mysteryhttp://busyteacher.org/17460-murder-mystery.htmlA role play to find the murderer (yr 7-9) …
ESL Speaking Murder Mystery Game | eslwriting.orghttp://www.eslwriting.org/esl-english-speaking-murder-mystery-game-activities-fluency/
This is a 15 to 20-minute group work fluency exercise. Each person is one character. There are 12 characters in the game. If you have a large class, consider splitting the class… (yr 7-9)
2 Easy Ways to Write Crime Stories (with Pictures)http://www.wikihow.com/Write-Crime-Stories
Like many authors, crime writers sometimes get an itch to break the conventions of the genre and create something unique. This is a fine impulse to listen to, but not one you want to take too far. Weigh the advice you hear against your own…
Crime – All Things Topicshttp://www.allthingstopics.com/crime.html
all things topics has various activities; reading, speaking, and vocabulary
Alibi How to play the Alibi Game and an example Alibi Activity
MysteryNet Do your students enjoy solving mysteries?
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