Feb 14, 2009

100 Feet - 1st Conditional


This segment is about a woman who killed her violent husband and is now in house arrest. The segment shows police officers telling her about how her ankle bracelet works and its misuse consequences. For this blog, I'm writing the matches in the correct order, but you should mix the second column up when you prepare the exercise sheet for your students.

Ask your students to do the matching exercise before they watch the segment:


Before viewing:


Disscuss the following questions with a partner:


1 - What are the advantages and disadvantages of house arrest?
2 - Do you agree with this procedure of the law? Why (not)?
3 - Is it an effective way to rehabilitate prisoners? Why (not)?




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Match the condition and the consequence of the following actions.



Conditions:

1 - She passes the 100 perimeter space.
2 - The alarm continues for more than 3 minutes.
3 - She breaks the house arrest rules.
4 - She has any violation.
5 - She attempts to remove the electronic ankle bracelet or tamper with the base unit.
6 - They get a blackout or something.


Consequences:


( 1 ) The alarm activates.
( ) A signal is automatically sent and a car is seen immediately.
( ) She goes back to jail.
( ) It automatically adds 10 years to her sentence.
( ) An alarm automatically alerts the police.
( ) The base unit still works.


Now watch the segment and decide whether your guesses were correct.


Now rewrite the couple of sentences, using the 1st conditional:
Ex:
1 - If she passes the 100 feet perimeter, the alarm will activate.



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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

IT IS A ENJOYABLE WAY TO STUDY.
ELIANE GOMES DOS SANTOS

MONARKA said...

I don't have wi-fi in my classroom. How can I get this fragment to my computer? I've been looking for it on youtube but I can't find it.

Claudio Azevedo said...

Please, download it straight from link at the end of the post - VIDEO SEGMENT DOWNLOAD - 100 FEET. See you.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for your great work, I have used a lot of your videos in my classes