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Crime and Law (B): Explorations of types of crime (Adult ESL Unit)
In this interactive and multi-faceted lesson students will learn, study, and discuss various distinctions of crime, as well as how social status affects crime and punishment. They will do an integrated activity involving cyber crime using a listening passage from NPR's Diane Rehm show on the illusi
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Crime and Law (B): Cyber Crime and  Online Security (Adult ESL)
Explore cyber crime and the frailty of online security with this integrative skills activity for English/ESL learners. Students will have opportunities for discussion, vocabulary building, listening, writing, and recap centered around a listening passage from NPR's Diane Rehm show on the illusion of
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ESL Law and Order: Law Enforcement Lesson (Editable)
This is an excellent resource for teaching law enforcement and police situations, especially for adult English/ESL learners living in the USA. This lesson gets students talking about crimes, police situations, and their personal rights. This lesson features vocabulary, conversation, and role playi
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Crime and Law (A): Police Encounters Role Play  (Adult ESL)
In this intermediate challenge, your student will be faced with a police interaction scenario. Students will practice a variety of scenarios when speaking to the police. Police encounters should not be taken lightly, especially when students are in a different country. This worksheet is still a fun
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ESL Law and Order: The Michael Brown Shooting (EDITABLE)
This multi-faceted resource creates a platform for students to discuss Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice in the context of the infamous Michael Brown Shooting of 2014. The activities include listening to a news story on the incident, discussing the topic, and comparing the case of Mike Brown to
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ESL Law and Order: The Michael Brown Shooting
This multi-faceted resource creates a platform for students to discuss Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice in the context of the infamous Michael Brown Shooting of 2014. The activities include listening to a news story on the incident, discussing the topic, and comparing the case of Mike Brown to
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ESL Law and Order: Law Enforcement Lesson (Uneditable)
This is an excellent resource for teaching law enforcement and police situations, especially for adult English/ESL learners living in the USA. This lesson gets students takling about crimes, police situations, and their personal rights. This lesson features vocabulary, conversation, and role playi
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ESL Law and Order: Law Enforcement vocabulary review (uneditable)
This simple, yet thorough slideshow will help your ESL students review some basic law enforcement vocabulary related to common crimes, police items, police commands, and other useful terms. This is especially useful for adult ESL learners living in the USA.
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Crime and Law (C): Courtroom Roles and Terms (Vocabulary)
Are you teaching your English/ESL/ESL students about crime and courts? If so, then use this thorough reading and vocabulary worksheet to teach or reinforce their knowledge of terms such as attorney, judge, witness, testimony, objection, and etc. (Answer key included)
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Crime and Law (C): Learning courtroom terms with "The Practice" (TV show pilot)
It's no secret that student learn best while having fun. Entertain and educate your English/ESL/EFL students about legal proceedings with an episode of the 90s hit TV series "The Practice". In watching a case unfold, students will learn courtroom roles and language in a memorable, engaging way. (T
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Crime and Law (C): Causes of crime conversation builder & Opinion Writing
This activity is an excellent way to start a conversation with your intermediate + English/ESL/EFL students about crime--where it comes from and what we do about it as a society--and at the same time flesh out useful vocabulary. Students can finish the topic by writing their own opinion about the ca
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Crime and Law (C): Common courtroom objections
Everybody loves a good courtroom scene, right? Let your advanced English/ESL students have some fun with these three classic scenes (available on YouTube) to help your students learn courtroom objections vocabulary.
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Crime and Law C: Describing people using adjective clauses
Do you need an engaging way to help your ESL/English students understand adjective clauses? Use this describing suspects + game "Convicted" to get students moving around and talking using the target grammar.
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Crime and Law (C): Trying Crime in the USA (Reading & Vocabulary)
This intermediate and up reading piece teaches students about the US trial system while also teaching vocabulary terms such as defendant, evidence, verdict, and felony.
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Oral Communication Activity: Justice: Who will you choose?
With this activity, your students will get thinking about what makes a crime a crime, the justice system, and amnesty. They will be asked to think, collaborate, and express themselves orally throughout the activity. At the end of the activity, the students will have communicated orally and writt
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American Trial
This short PowerPoint presentation explains the order of events in an American trial in simple terms for English Language Learners (ELLs). I used this when showing To Kill a Mockingbird. You can revise it.
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Top nine surprising things about Ted Bundy
This is (obviously) not a resource for elementary students. :) This article about Ted Bundy is for use in the Criminal Justice or Psychology classroom. (in a high school or college-level course) It details nine interesting and unusual things about Ted Bundy's personal and criminal history. This i
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