18 FREE ESL crime video lessons

By syssymone

Listen, make questions, answer questions and discuss. Students ask and answer questions about their personal experiences in life.

By bsullivanslcs

Watch the video. Use justice vocabulary words, and practice forming questions. Determine her guilt or innocence-- what do you think?

By MarishkaD

Listening comprehension about kinds of crime, crime rates in Britain and the USA, their comparison

By MarishkaD

Write what you have heard. Listen carefully as it is devoted to Crime / Criminals / Police Open-ended tasks.

By Kisdobos

This is a memory game: students have to pay attention to all the small details in the short film and answer eight questions. Also check out these two related grammar practice video quizzes based on the same short film: https://en.islcollective.com/video-lessons/deuspi-dumb-robbers-should-have-v3-practice https://en.islcollective.com/video-lessons/deuspi-two-dumb-robbers-conditional-3-practice

By Kisdobos

While watching the video, the video will pause at certain points and students will be prompted to make Conditional 3 sentences on their own to talk about missed opportunities and possible alternative scenarios in the past, e.g. "If the robber had opened the door first, he could have entered easily." There are 7 open-ended questions in the video quiz with example solutions provided. If your students are doing this for homework, they can self-correct using the example solutions (by comparing their own answer to the sample answer they can choose whether to award themselves a point or not). There is no language being spoken in the video, but it's not a problem since the aim of this video quiz is to exploit the images and scenes of the video and get students to create their original sentences in English based on the visuals. Check out also this related video quiz based on the same short film (should have + V3 practice): https://en.islcollective.com/video-lessons/deuspi-dumb-robbers-should-have-v3-practice And this memory game: https://en.islcollective.com/video-lessons/deuspi-two-dumb-robbers-memory-game

By Kisdobos

In this video quiz, students will be making eight sentences on their own using should (not) + have + V3 to talk about mishaps and missed opportunities in the past, e.g. "The robber should have opened the door first." "Deuspi" is a silent film without any language spoken, so we will be exploiting the visuals in this lesson by getting students to create their original sentences in English to describe what they have just seen. There are 8 open-ended questions in the video quiz with example solutions provided. If your students are doing this for homework, they can self-correct using the example solutions (by comparing their own answer to the sample answer they can choose whether to award themselves a point or not). Check out also this related video quiz based on the same short film (conditional 3 practice): https://en.islcollective.com/video-lessons/deuspi-two-dumb-robbers-conditional-3-practice And this memory game: https://en.islcollective.com/video-lessons/deuspi-two-dumb-robbers-memory-game

By Kisdobos

An interactive clicking/touching game. Students have to understand present continuous sentences and click on (or on mobile devices: touch) the right object or person on the frozen video screen.

By Kisdobos

An interactive picture dictionary with 7 simple questions. Students have to click on (or on mobile devices: touch) the following on the frozen video screen: paper sign, knife, rear lights, slice of apple, luggage, paint gun, water tank.

By Kisdobos

The Great pyramids of Giza get stolen by a criminal mastermind. 8 multiple choice questions with -ING form verbs missing - most of them movement verbs.

By angel2nim

The short video is about a burglar breaking into a house. Students are asked to be witnesses and report what they see.

By angel2nim

In 2002, Mandy was convicted of drug trafficking and jailed for 16 years. She was 21 years old at that time. Mandy tells the public how she has used her prison time to improve her life.