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Monday, December 12, 2011

Bank robbery prompt. Dick and Jane scene

 Use this robbery scene as an oral prompt or a writing task prompt. 

Materials: short silent video (2 minutes, 16  seconds)
: students need to be able to explain the story in the past. This can be done using simple past or compound tenses, depending on the level of students
Useful vocabulary Robbery, bank, safe, machine gun or weapons, wig, fake moustache,   rubber gloves, ground.
Useful verbs:  to rob, to faint, to pretend (to faint), to wear, to breath, to swipe a card, to shoot, to impersonate, to ring the bell, to walk on  all fours = to  crawl, to wave at somebody.

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Elsa Atzori said...

Great blog! Our school does not allow teachers to make copies anymore, so Im always in a pinch! This helped me out alot!