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Teens 2

Crime doesn't pay, Simple past/progressive used to/would Phrasal verbs with "break" Word formation (verbs,nouns) Write:
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G F Dowling

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simple past/progressive
used to/would
phrasal verbs: break

Crime doesn't pay
Think
B
B
A
A
Share
Pair
How is the title and picture related?
Clumsy Crooks
What is a typical day in you life like?
How do you spend your free time?
Describe your bedroom.
What do you do to help around the house?
Before we start
Think
B
B
A
A
Share
Pair
Who can you see in the picture?
How do the bank tellers feel?
What does the robber have on his head?
LOUDER
softer
stressed words are said
intonation
How are the expressions related to the picture?
What was the robber wearing?
Did he pull out a club?
Why did the robber panic?
Did the robber get a lot of money?
Canvas sack
demanded
captured
dumb
According to
went off
Empty-handed
Find the headline!
Yesterday
Today
I walk to school
everyday.
I walked to school
yesterday.
I didn't go swimming yesterday
Verb + ed
Simple past (regular)
What are some irregular simple past verbs?
Act out one of the headlines from ex.1 and use phrases from ex.2
You have to listen to this!
You wouldn't believe what he did!
That's unbelievable!
It gets worse!
What happened next?
He didn't!
You can say that again!
How come?
What a story!
Imagine you were an eyewitness to a robbery. Write your statement for the local police. Write:
when & how it happened
what the robber did
what happened in the end
Who are some famous ones?
Who are
Crime Fighters?
2
Anything can happen on duty!
That do you think the text might be about?
What two jobs are mentioned?
What unusual things might happen at these jobs?
Read the text and answer the questions.
Explain your answer to your partner where the answer is in the text.
Which verb shows an action happening in the past over a period of time?
The radio
was playing
when I
walked
into the room.
Make sure you find evidence for your answers
Which shows another action which interrupts it?
What tenses are these verbs?
Now
\/
I
I
Past
Pick a role from the two stories.
Reread and take notes on what happened.
Close your book and tell you partner what happened.
Use past Continuous
3
4
Put the prompt together. Many combinations are possible. Don't forget to use the past progressive in each sentence.
What is a superhero?
Who are the superheroes in the pictures?
Which
superhero

do

you

like

best
?
Why
?
What color is his uniform?
When I was eating dinner, my mom called my cell phone.
As I was answering the phone, my battery died.
While I was looking for my charger, I stepped on the cat.
Was/Were + (verb)-ing
(verb)-ed
When I was 15, I used to be a boy scout. Every summer I would go camping and I used to cook all our meals over an open fire.

Am I a boy scout now?
Do I cook meals over an open fire?
When did this happen?
Things aren't always what they seem
4
Who do you think Sam and Bob are?
Where are they?
What are they doing there?
What time of year is it?
What do you think they are saying to each other?
Why is Shelley talking to the police?
How do you think she feels?
What do you think the police officer will say?
Break
Write the story in the pictures, but think of a different ending. Use time expressions from page 25.
When/ While/As
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