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Law & Order

Living in English

Int – High Int

This unit introduces key vocabulary related to law, crime, and punishment. Includes reading comprehension, vocabulary and idiom practice, a case study, and group discussion.

Vocabulary
  • crime
  • victim
  • witness
  • jury
  • fine
  • traffic violation
  • capital punishment
  • criminal
  • sentence
  • deter
  • rehabilitate
  • charge
  • bail
  • civil law
  • sue
  • judge
  • custody
  • take into consideration
  • try
  • trial
Printable Content
  • discussion questions
  • vocabulary review tasks
  • categorizing
  • idioms
  • reading practice
  • pair work
  • group activity
Digital Content
  • Vocabulary(Reference)
  • Discussion Questions(Reference)
  • Complete the Sentences(Type in the Blanks)
  • What's the Crime?(Type in the Blanks)
  • Who's Talking?(Type in the Blanks)
  • Matching A(Matching)
  • Matching B(Matching)
  • Preposition Practice(Type in the Blanks)
  • Read & Listen(Reference)
  • Just Listen(Reference)
  • Comprehension(Open-Ended Questions)
  • Areas of Law(Reference)
  • Situation A(Reference)
  • Lawyer Recommendation A(Open-Ended Questions)
  • Situation B(Reference)
  • Lawyer Recommendation B(Open-Ended Questions)
  • Situation C(Reference)
  • Lawyer Recommendation C(Open-Ended Questions)
  • Situation D(Reference)
  • Lawyer Recommendation D(Open-Ended Questions)
  • Case #1(Reference)
  • Comprehension Practice A(Open-Ended Questions)
  • Case #2(Reference)
  • Comprehension Practice B(Open-Ended Questions)
  • Vocabulary Practice(Type in the Blanks)
  • Idioms A(Matching)
  • Idioms B(Matching)
  • Who Did What?(Type in the Blanks)
  • Assessment A(Reference)
  • Assessment B(Open-Ended Questions)