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Crimes

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Vocabulary on the different types of crimes

Vocabulary on the different types of crimes

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  • 1. CRIMES
  • 9. MURDER
      Murder is the unlawful killing of another human being with intent or premeditated malice. In common law it has two parts: the act of killing and the state of mind of intentional, malicious, premeditated.
      This is a painting of a famous French artist. Who? The work belongs to a period called ......................
  • 10. RAPE
      Also sexual assault, is an assault by a person involving sexual intercourse of another person without that person´s consent. Capital offense along with arson, treason and murder in Rome.
      This painting, by Titian, is called ................ Who was this noblewoman? Why was this rape so important?
  • 11. ROBBERY
      The act of seizing property through violence or intimidation. It differs from theft because robbery involves force or a threat of force. Types : piracy, armed robbery, aggravated robbery or mugging.
      Watch the robbery and fill in the form. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eiFICE73_mQ
  • 12. BURGLARY
      Also called housebreaking. It consists of entering into a building to commit an offence. It involves breaking and entering a house as well as the intent to commit a felony.
      Watch the video and write the sequence of events: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=waDrqSQKN_8
  • 13. JOYRIDING
      To drive around in a stolen car, boat, or other vehicle. In the UK it is not considered to be theft. In other countries it is considered motor vehicle theft, a common form of property crimes.
      Discuss with your partner and explain this joke:
  • 14. ARSON
      Setting fire deliberately and maliciously to real property or wildland without consent or with unlawful intent. Property crime along with burglary, larceny, theft, motor vehicle theft, shoplifting and vandalism.
      Make a notice to deter arsonists. Use this as a model:
  • 15. VANDALISM
      People commit vandalism when they willfully damage or deface property. Examples: salting lawns, egg throwing, breaking windows, graffiti, tire slashing, scratching, ransacking.
      Visit this webpage and do the exercise on vandalism: http://www.juniorcitizen.org.uk/kids/
  • 16. MUGGING
      An assault or threat of violence upon a person, especially with intent to rob. This type of street robbery involves threatened or attempted physical attack.
      Is this a case of mugging? Why?

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