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English Training for Police Officers

Curriculum and Technology Development Final Project
Christela Angelia 712015011

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 - Identity 3
Chapter 2 - Tourists 9
Chapter 3 Online Class 20
Chapter 4 Traffic Violations 22
Chapter 5 Receiving Reports 31
Chapter 6 Asking Questions 46
Online Classroom Tutorial 56

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LESSON OBJECTIVES
Students are able to introduce themselves
Students are able to ask for other’s identity

Students are able to use present tense
Students are able to identify someone’s ID

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A. vocabulary Hello, My name is _________
What is your name?
Good Morning (until 12pm) It’s a pleasure to meet you / It’s
nice to meet you / How do you do?
Good Afternoon (after lunchtime)
Introduction
Good Evening (after 6pm)
Sorry, I have to go.Yourself
Greeting
I have a meeting in a bit.
How are you? Good bye!
Where are you from? See you later / See you
What are you doing here? tomorrow!
What brings you here?
Are you having a good time? Ending
What do you do for a living? Conversation

More cHow to
Questions
s address
someone
B Common
Greetings Mr. / Sir

Mr. Smith / Sir

Mrs. / Ma’am

Mrs. Smith / Ma’am

Ms. / Miss

Ms. Smith / Miss
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Note: Mr./ Mrs./ Ms. have to be followed by a name

Sir/ma’am/miss are used at the end

D Example
A: Good morning, miss. My name is Arthur Lee and I’m a police
officer. What is your name?
B: My name is Anita. It’s nice to meet you, sir.
A: It’s nice to meet you too. What are you doing here?
B: I’m waiting for my mother.
A: Where is your mother?
B: She is buying milk.
A: Okay, I have to go now, Ms. Anita. See you!

B: Good bye, Mr. Lee!

Excuse me, Sir / Ma’am, May I see e. ID Cards
your ID card?

Excuse me, Sir / Ma’am, I need to
see your ID card, please.

ID CARD NUMBER

SURNAME

GIVEN NAME

ADDRESS

EYES COLOR EXPIRATION
DATE
HAIR COLOR DATE
SEX OF BIRTH ID CARD

WEIGHT 5

f. Exercise 1.
2.
a. Label the details of the driver’s license!
3.
6.
5.

DRIVER’S
4. LICENSE

b. Translate this Indonesian’s driver license details into English! 1.
5. 2.

3.

4.
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g.Grammar point: Simple
Present Tense
Vocabulary
List
1. Born
2. Office
3. Hobby
4. Work
5. Like
6. Love
7. Come
8. Hate
9. Live
10. Institution

Exercise: write down the right verb form

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h.Exercise

a. Read the email example
and underline the simple
present tense sentences!

b. Write down a short email where you introduce yourself and send it to
your friend!

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LESSON OBJECTIVES
Students are able to give information or directions to

tourists
Students are able to help a distressed tourist/foreigner

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a. Vocabulary

Go Straight Turn Left Turn Right Go Past Go Across

LANDMARKS – important buildings
Write down the name of the landmarks!

___________________ __________________ ________________

___________________ ___________________ ________________

__________________ ___________________
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B. Common Phrases

Listen to the podcast and write down the common phrases from the recording on the blank
space below! (https://www.englishclub.com/efl/survival/how-to-give-directions)

Questions asked Phrases used to answer

Tips:
Use basic English to show directions, speak slowly and use careful pronunciation,

repeat the direction to make sure, use landmarks
If you don’t know: don’t guess; offer another solution like to draw a map/ask the bus driver

C. Grammar: Preposition of Place

IN FRONT OF behind on beside around

above in between under through
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Fill in the blank!

1. The clock is _____ the wall.
2. The chair is _______ the table.
3. The lamp is ________ the book and
the vase.
4. The carpet is _____ the floor.
5. The flowers are ____ the vase.
6. The ball is ____ the table.
7. The table is ______ the chair and the
sofa.
8. The cat is ______ the sofa.

Write down the correct preposition based on the pictures!
ACROSS

BETWEEN The pharmacy is __________ the bookstore. The park is __________ the school.
NEXT TO

ON

The Bus stop is _______ the left. The bank is ________ the post office and restaurant.

E x t r a https://www.gamestolearnenglish.com/prepositions-game)

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D. Practice

1. How to get to the Park from the Smith Street?
Turn right, and go past the hospital until you see the park on your left

2. Where is the library?
____________________________________

3. How to get to the shopping mall from the Bakery?
____________________________________

4. How to get to the gas station from the Bakery?
____________________________________

5. Where is the bank?
____________________________________

E. Class Activity

1. From the train station, go straight until
you see the stop sign and then turn left. The
_________ is in between the school and the
deli.
2. Go straight from the school, go past the
intersection, the __________ will be on
your right.
3. Turn right from the middle road and then
you will find the __________.
4. The ____________ is across of the
central park and next to the library.

link:https://PollEv.com/clickable_images/kHuUK9fEaLNZHzd/web (click on your answer!)
result: https://www.polleverywhere.com/clickable_images/kHuUK9fEaLNZHzd?preview=true

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E. Address

Practice: Write your own address!

Common Abbreviation

Apt. = Apartment Rd. = Road
Fl. = Floor Ave. = Avenue
Mt. =Mountain st. = street

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F. Grammar Po int: Simple Past Tense

Use simple past tense for a situation that happened in the past.

Structure keyword: last week, a year ago, a month
ago
S + V2
Something that happened at certain time
I ate in the past

S + did not/didn’t + V1 Example:
I lost my key yesterday.
I didn’t eat My sister entered college a year ago.

Did + S + V?
Did you eat?

keyword: often, sometimes, always keyword: a long time ago, the other day, a
while ago
Habit that happened in the past, but not
continued until now Something that happened at an indefinite
time in the past
Example:
I sometimes skipped class when I was in Example:
high school. Humans discovered fire a long time ago.
My mom always made me lunchbox. My elementary school shut down ages
ago.

Make 5 sentences using simple past tense!

____________________________________________
____________________________________________
____________________________________________
____________________________________________
____________________________________________

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Fill in the blank to complete the story!

This morning, I (go) to the bank. I was walking down the

street when I (see) the man. He (not/say)

anything when I (walk) past him. However, when

I (get) home, I (realize) that

I (lose) my wallet. I'm sure the man was the one

who (take) it!

Irregular Verbs

(flashcards: https://quizlet.com/82875359/20-most-common-irregular-verbs-flash-cards/)

GO WENT THINK THOUGHT
SAY SAID
MAKE MADE TELL TOLD
TAKE TOOK
COME CAME BECOME BECAME
SEE SAW
KNOW KNEW SHOW SHOWED
GET GOT
GIVE GAVE LEAVE LEFT
FIND FOUND
FEEL FELT

PUT PUT

BRING BROUGHT

BEGIN BEGAN

KEEP KEPT

Game! – Irregular Verb Jeopardy Game

(https://www.eslgamesplus.com/irregular-past-tense-esl-
grammar-jeopardy-quiz-game/)

1. Break into three teams
2. Pick a box for your question to solve, every
question has different score
(100/200/300/400)
3. The team with the highest score wins!

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G. Vocabulary: Tourist in Distress

crime:
lose :
emergency:
ill:
ambulance:
fire:
firemen:
hospital:
help!:
danger:
wallet:
driving licence:
credit card:
purse:
suitcase:
jewelry:

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H. Common Phrases: Comforting tourists
in distress

Possible situations

A: I'm lost.
Police: Which hotel are you staying at?
A: Can you help me find the Pacific Hotel?
Police:

 Try not to panic
 I'll give you a map of the city

A:
My luggage / suitcase / wallet was stolen. What should I
do?

Police:
 When did you lose your wallet?
 How much money was in your purse?
 What did the thief look like?
 We will do everything we can.
 What was the man wearing?
 Did he have a weapon?

A: Please help us. Our child is missing
Police:

 Please stay calm. I am going to help you
• Where/When did you last see your child?
• How old is your child?
• What was your child wearing?

A: I’m hurt, where can I get help?
Police:

 I can give you a ride to the hospital.
 The ambulance is on its way.
 Don't worry, everything is going to be okay.

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I. Practice

I Roleplay
1. Work in a pair
2. Write a scenario of a possible tourist in distress situation
3. Roleplay the scene and upload the video
I Statement Report
1. Watch a video on how to write a statement report
(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zt4_yxyHfY)
2. Write down important tips below

3. Pick one of the other team’s roleplay video
4. Write down a statement report based on the scenario

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LESSON OBJECTIVES

Authentic exposure to English for Police officers

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A. Vocabulary

Access the flashcards at:
https://www.cram.com/flashcards/police-
vocabulary-10323723

Arrest
charge
assault
testimony
protect
case
confession
justice
evidence
guilty

B. Activity: Watch together

(website:https://www.rabb.it/)

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C. Exercise

Write down a brief summary of the movie!

Label the conversation! POLICE OFFICER: Mr. Cohen,
you're under arrest.
BUD: Mrs. Lefferts, I'm
Officer White with the COHEN: Bullshit. What's the
L.A.P.D. I'd like to ask a charge?
couple of questions.
POLICE OFFICER: Non-payment of
MRS. LEFFERTS: Let my daughter federal income tax.
rest in peace.

BUD: Five minutes. That's
all.

BUD:I'm a homicide detective. 22 QUESTIONING FAMILY
Where were you last night? MEMBERS

PATCHETT: I was here, hosting ARRESTING SUSPECT
a party. Who was killed and
why do you think I can help? QUESTIONING WITNESS

BUD:Richard Stensland

PATCHETT I don't know him.
Mr...

LESSON OBJECTIVES
Students are able to explain traffic violations and explain

the punishment

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A. vocabulary: Traffic Violations

1. Listen to the audio: https://www.esl-

lab.com/police/policesc1.htm, read the

transcription if needed

2. Write down the definition of these vocabularies

from the listening:

Glove compartment (n.):__________________
People usually keep the car's registration and other small items in the glove
compartment.
Zone (n.): ___________________________________
You cannot park your car in this zone outside the airport
Odometer (n.): ______________________________
Check your odometer. I think you're speeding.
Malfunction(v.): ____________________________
If any part of your car malfunctions during the warranty period, just take it back
to the car dealership.
Intersection (n.): ______________________________
It looks like the traffic light at the intersection is malfunctioning and is not
changing from stop to go.
Impound (v.) : _______________________________
The police impounded the man's car because it was involved in a crime.
Infractions (n.): _______________________________
Because the man had been involved in numerous infractions with the law, his
license was suspended for an entire year .
Fine (n.): ____________________________________
She had to pay a one hundred dollar traffic fine for running a red light.

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3. Do the post-listening exercise below!

1. What law did the driver break in the school zone?
A. He didn't yield to children crossing the road.
B. He parked illegally near the school.
C. He exceeded the speed limit.

2. What happened at the intersection?
A. The driver didn't use his turn signals.
B. The driver didn't come to a complete stop.
C. The driver failed to yield to other drivers.

3. What does the police officer tell the man about his driver's license?
A. The license is no longer valid.
B. The driver is using someone else's license.
C. The license is only good for 6 more months.

4. What can be implied from the driver's conversation about the officer's name?
A. The driver plans to report the officer to his superiors.
B. The driver tells the officer that they have met before.
C. The driver hints that the officer could let him off.

5. What happens at the end of the conversation?
A. The driver gets a ticket.
B. The officer arrests the driver.
C. The driver is taken to court.

B. Common phrases:

Traffic Violations

Watch the video!

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Have you been drinking tonight?
How much have you had to drink?

How fast do you think you were going?
Do you know what the speed limit is?

You were driving too fast.
You broke the speed limit.

You were driving on the wrong side of the
road.
You're driving the wrong way in a one-way

street.

You didn't obey the traffic signals.
You aren't wearing your seatbelt.
You aren't allowed to park here.

Can I see your driver's licence and
passport?
I'm going to keep your driving licence and
give you a ticket. You can go to the police
station to pay the fine. They will give
your driving licence back to you.

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C. Grammar point: Perfect tense

S+Have/Has + V3

Present Perfect Tense is used
for an event that happened in
the past, and still continuing
until the present.

I have been sick since Tuesday.

Present perfect tense is used for
a repeated action in an unspecified
period between the past and now

She has seen this movie ten times.

S+Have/Has+not + V3 Have/has + s + V3 ?

She has not seen her mother for a year Have you eaten today?

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Game!

1. Go to http://www.neverhaveiever.org/
2. Write down your list of answer
(e.g. I have ever been robbed.
I have never looked into my neighbor’s window)

D. Traffic Ticket Violation
AMOUNT
NAME OF FINE
ADDRESS
SIGN
LICENSE
DETAILS

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Amount of fine

Rp. 100.000: One hundred thousand rupiah
Rp. 250.000: ___________________
Rp. 500.000: ___________________
Rp. 750.000: ____________________
Rp. 1000.000: ___________________

Transfer the Information from the driver license into a traffic ticket!

Name:
Address:
License detail:
Violation:
Amount of Fine:

E. Common phrase:

Traffic Accident

Phrases to calm someone down after a traffic accident

 Are you hurt?  How did the accident happen?
 Can you stand up/move?  Who was at fault?
 Where does it hurt most?  What did the other car look
 Don't worry. We've called an
 Ambulance like?
 Is there someone you want to

call?

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E. vocabulary: Traffic Accident

Match the vocabulary and the picture!

Hit the brakes

Run over

Rear ended

Skidding

Roll over

Speeding

Drunk driving

Distracted driving

Hit and Run

Pile up

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LESSON OBJECTIVES
Students are able to receive and respond to reports /

questions
Students are able to receive and respond to online reports /

questions

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A. vocabulary: crimes

WRITE DOWN THE NAME OF THE CRIMES BASED ON THEIR DEFINITIONS

crime definition
taking a person to a secret location using force

using a weapon to steal

setting fire to a place on purpose

hurting another person physically
going into another person's home or business with
force
injuring a child on purpose

physical assault that occur within the home

trading illegal drugs

lying or cheating for business or monetary purposes

taking someone's life through violence

stealing merchandise from a store
acts of crime against a group (political/religious) or
another country
stealing

Shoplifting ARSON TERRORISM CHILD ABUSE
THEFT BREAK IN ROBERRY
DOMESTIC
VIOLENCE FRAUD MURDER KIDNAPPING

ASSAULT

drugs
dealing

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b. COMMON PHRASE

listen to the recordings and fill in the blanks!

(audio: https://www.eslfast.com/robot/topics/crime/crime04.htm)

A: 911. __________________?
B: I need to report a break-in.
A: When did this break-in occur?
B: _____.
A: Where did the break-in happen?
B: It happened at ________.
A: Was anything taken?
B: I'm not sure yet.
A: What makes you think there was a break-in?
B: My front window was busted.
A: I'll send a _________.
B: Please hurry.

(audio: https://www.eslfast.com/robot/topics/crime/crime14.htm )

A: What may I help you with?
B: I need to file a _________.
A: What is your complaint about?
B: I got _______.
A: When did this happen?
B: It happened _________.
A: What was taken?
B: My wallet and __________.
A: Did you get a good look at the person who
robbed you?
B: I sure did.
A: Would you able to pick him out of a line-up?
B: That shouldn't be a problem.

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C. Written Report

Missing items

PROFILE MISSING
ITEM
PLACE TIME OF
OF LOSS LOSS

TIME OF
MAKING THE

LETTER

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traffic accident 2.
label the information from the letter! 4.

3.

5.
1.

6.

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Receiving report

Read the information on the letter and answer the questions below!

1. Who made the report?
2. When was the report made?
3. What was the crime?
4. When did the incident happen?
5. Where did the incident happen?

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D. grammar: reporting verbs

Direct Speech vs Reported Speech

“The man ran away after VS The witness said that the man
hearing the police sirens,” ran away after hearing the
police sirens.
said the witness.

Using quotation marks Using reporting verbs
Using present tense Using past tenses

Reporting verbs
3 common grammatical forms:

SUBJECT

REPORTING
VERB

THAT

CLAUSE

The police warned that
the place was not safe.

Della confirmed that she
would attend the party.

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SUBJECT

REPORTING
VERB

OBJECT

THAT The suspect convinced the The guy told his girlfriend
CLAUSE police that he was not the that he would be back
soon.
culprit.

“I’ll shoot the victim!” SUBJECT
The robber said.
REPORTING
VERB

TO

CLAUSE

The robber threatened to
shoot the victim.

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E. exercise: reporting verbs

Turnthe directspeechintoreportedspeechusingthereportingverbsin
the bracket!

(https://www.perfect-english-grammar.com/reporting-verbs-exercise-1.html)

1) "I'll go to France on holiday" said John. (decide)
2) "The class will start later on Tuesdays" said the teacher to us. (explain)
3) "I'll study really hard for the exam" said Luke. (promise)
4) "How about having Indian food?" I said. (suggest)
5) "Right, let's buy the car in the morning!" we said. (agree)
6) "Don't forget to buy milk!" said Antonio to Lucia. (remind)
7) "I'll make the coffee!" said David. (insist)

F. Practice: writing

Choose one crime and make an English version of statement letter!

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letter format

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F. listening example

1) Watch video of phone call report
(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQ_fOV5iWq4)
2) Listdownthedetailsoftheincidentreported bythevictim!

G. Speaking

Practice

1. Turn the scenario from the last
practice into a 911 call

2. Using the free call application, do
a phone call as a pairing and
record it

3. Upload it into the online
classroom

4. Everyone listen and vote for the
most realistic one!

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H. Grammar: Modals

Modal Verb Expressing Example

must Strong obligation You must stop when the traffic lights
must not turn red.
logical conclusion / He must be very tired. He's been
can Certainty working all day long.
prohibition You must not smoke in the hospital.
could ability I can swim.
may permission Can I use your phone please?
might possibility Smoking can cause cancer.
need not ability in the past When I was younger I could run fast.
polite permission Excuse me, could I just say something?
should/ought possibility It could rain tomorrow!
to permission May I use your phone please?
possibility, probability It may rain tomorrow!
polite permission Might I suggest an idea?
possibility, probability I might go on holiday to Australia next
year.
lack of necessity/absence I need not buy tomatoes. There are
of obligation plenty of tomatoes in the fridge.
50 % obligation I should / ought to see a doctor. I have a
terrible headache.
advice You should / ought to revise your
lessons
logical conclusion He should / ought to be very tired. He's
been working all day long.

Read the text and identify the modals used in the conversation!

Maggie : Hi Tom, have you finished your homework?

Tom : Oh hi Maggie. No, I haven’t.

Maggie : The deadline is tomorrow you know so you have to submit it tomorrow.

Tom : I can’t make it. I haven’t even started it yet. Can we hand it in next week?

Maggie : I don’t know. You’ll have to ask Mrs. Robinson about that. I think you must

finish it by tomorrow. She probably won’t accept projects after tomorrow.

Tom : I’ve had so many other things to do. I couldn’t even start it. I don’t know

what to do.

Maggie : Don’t worry. I’ll help you. It’s not very difficult. I finished it in one day.

Tom : Really? Great!

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Maggie : First, you should read the article that Mrs. Robinson gave us. It’s about the

Mohican Civilization. Then, you have to design a poster for a play about them – the

Mohicans – for the theatre.

Tom : Yeah I know but it looks a bit difficult…

Maggie : Not at all. You don’t have to make the poster from scratch and it doesn’t

have to be a work of art. There are lots of templates on the internet. You can just use

one of those designs to make your own poster.

Tom : Well, I think I can do it. What title shall I use? Can you help me?

Maggie : Yeah, I can give you some suggestions but you mustn’t use the same title

as anyone else in our class. You have to create your own title.

Tom : Okay, I can come up with something I guess.

Maggie : Alright?

Tom : Yeah, I’ve got to go now and make a start on it. I’ll follow the project

guidelines like you said. Thanks, Maggie.

Maggie : No problem. Good luck!

I. Vocabulary: online

People use hashtag to tag
their posts so it’s easier
to find

a plan to deceive someone,
such as telling the police
there is a bomb somewhere
when there is not one, or a
trick

People who take Also called a “username,”
pleasure from starting your handle or alias is the
disagreements and nickname you choose for a
angering people website.

a place where people an illegal plan
answer frequently for making
asked questions, or money,
questions which are
asked a lot. especially one
that involves
Not Safe for work tricking people
used as a warning before a
link that contains 43
anything that would not
be okay to look at if
you’re at work. (18+
contents)

J. Common Phrases: Online

Greetings Giving Information

Dear Sir/Madam To answer your question ___
To whom it may concern Here is the address of ___

Dear Mr. ____ Please see the attached file for
______

Offering Help Closing

To answer your question, Sincerely,

We will let you know if ____ I look forward to hearing from
you
Thank you for your question,
I___ Should you need any further
information, please do not

hesitate to contact us

K. Practice: Social Media

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confusedcitizen
[email protected]

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LESSON OBJECTIVES
Students are able to question a witness about an accident

Students are able to question the culprit / suspects

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a.vocabulary Gender

Height

MALE/ FEMALE/
MAN WOMAN

TALL SHORT AVERAGE BUILD

CURVY LONG SKINNY
PLUMP SHORT SLIM
HEAVY THIN
CHUBBY PETITE
STOUT
LARGE SLENDER

Hair PIGTAILS
PONYTAIL
STRAIGHT
BRAID
WAVY

CURLY

RED Long red wavy hair
BLACK
SLIM
BROWN
BLONDE Short blaTcHkINcurly hair
PESTLIIMTE

47 SLETNHDINER
PETITE

SLENDER

Unique Features

MUSTACHE BEARD FRINGE MOLE GLASSES

Clothing

TROUSERS/
PANTS

SKIRTS
SHOES

b.practice
Describe the appearance of the people in these pictures below!
1

2
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3
4

5
6

C.Grammar: questions
WH- QUESTIONS Wh-+be/do/have/modals+subject+verb
What happened with the boy?

When did you see him?

How did he leave the house?

Why did he leave you? Where did you see him?
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Who did he left with?

YES/NO QUESTIONS

Question: be/do/have /modals+ subject +verb?
Answer: Yes/no, subject + be/do/have/modals

Did you kill the man? No, I did not.

D.Grammar: exercise
fillintheblankswiththe questionsbasedontheanswers!
(https://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises/questions/form.htm)

1.
John is writing a letter.

2.
She walks home from school.

3.
The children are sitting in the garden.

4.
Peter runs with his dog on Sundays.

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