20 Şubat 2015 Cuma

1032 İLERİ İNGİLİZCE 2 İKİNCİ HAFTA MATERYALİ DERSE GİDERKEN GÖTÜRÜLECEK

MDB 1032 ADVANCED ENGLISH 2-SECOND WEEK SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL
IMPORTANT NOTE: PLEASE CHECK THE PHOTOCOPY CENTERS OR THE BLOG WEEKLY FOR ANY SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL  BEFORE COMING TO  ADVANCED ENGLISH 2 LESSONS. YOU SHOULD MAKE SURE TO HAVE COPIED IT BEFOREHAND  AND BRING IT TO CLASS ALONG WITH YOUR BOOK:  ACADEMIC ENCOUNTERS.
CHAPTER 7 CRIME AND CRIMINALS (Students’  Copy)                                                   
PREPARING TO READ (PAGE 164)
2. WORDS RELATED TO THE TOPIC:                                 
 Match the following words to their definitions:
1.arson
a.   also known as gunrunning, is  illegally trafficking or smuggling (secretly importing) contraband weapons or ammunition. 
2.assault
b. illegal ways of paying less tax  
3.embezzlement
c. risky action or decision that you take in the hope of gaining money or success; bet money
4.gamble
d. the crime of deliberately setting fire to a building
5.tax evasion
e. (by an army) is a strong attack on an area held by the enemy or a physical attack on a person or if it is committed against beliefs then it is a strong criticism of beliefs.
6. drug trafficking
f.steal money from an organization that you work for
7. prostitution
g. The work of prostitutes
8. arms trafficking
h.illegal drug trade.


http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/58/Gun_pyre_in_Uhuru_Gardens%2C_Nairobi.jpg/170px-Gun_pyre_in_Uhuru_Gardens%2C_Nairobi.jpg
arms trafficking- A tower of smuggled weapons
READING 1 DEVIANCE AND CRIME
1. Place the following types of crime in the right category after you read the section headed  “Types of Crime” on page 165.
gambling           assault           arms trafficking                      embezzlement              corporate crime        
tax evasion           prostitution                        property crime                        robbery           drug abuse                  rape                   theft         drug trafficking                      murder
PROPERTY CRIME   
VICTIMLESS CRIME
VIOLENT CRIME
(also could be a hate crime)
CORPORATE CRIME (financial crime)
ORGANIZED CRIME








































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                                                                theft                                              robbery



2. What is the difference between theft and burglary?

3. What is the meaning of moderate in line 21?
a. too much                 b. very little                c. a medium amount of

4. Which one of the following is the main idea of paragraph 3?
a. The term deviance may have different meanings in different cultures.
b. Moderate drinking isn’t considered deviant.
c. Polygamy is allowed in some cultures.     

7. Which one of the following is the main idea of the section under the heading  “violent crimes”:
a. The rate of homicide (or murder) is decreasing.
b.Homicide which is the most serious crime is the result of uncontrollable emotions and may occur due to mistreatment.
c. Homicide is mostly committed against strangers.

AFTER YOU READ:
2.THE  PASSIVE VOICE.Do the following exercises after Part 2C on page 169.
Improve the following sentences by rewriting them in passive voice. The first one is an example:
Type A:1. They say that he’s famous in his own country. (Not *They say him to be ...)
He’s said to be famous in his own country.

2.      They believed that the stranger was a policeman.

3.      They asked John to make a speech at the meeting.

4.      They scheduled the meeting to start at seven.

5.      They found that the mission was impossible.

6.      They believe that she will win a gold medal.

7.      People believe that nuclear power stations are dangerous.

8.      They have announced that there will be a meeting today.
Type B: 9. You should pack such items carefully in chests.
10.  You should reconsider the new plan.

11.  You should treat everyone equally.
Type C: 12. If parents look after a child well, he or she will be a happy individual.

3. PART A (Page 170) Guess the synonym of the word written in bold and rewrite the sentence in the form stated in brackets.
1. It should also be noted that these figures are not exact because they are based only on crimes that are reported.[change to active]
You….
2. Many experts, including some police and government officials believe that the real crime rate may be two or three times higher than these figures. [change to passive]
3. Crime statistics should be interpreted with caution. [change to active]
4. He had been expelled from school and was not allowed to take his university entrance examinations. [active voice]
Chapter 7 Reading 1 Deviance and Crime
TARGET VOCABULARY
Legal (n)
                                                          
Cheat (v)

Deviant (adj), deviance (n)

Legitimate (adj)

Moderate (adj)

Rape (n)

Assault (n)

Property (n)

Robbery (n)

Burglary (n)

Theft (noun), thief (n)

Corporate (adj) (crime)

Tax evasion (n)

Embezzlement (n)

Victimless (adj) victim (noun)

Gamble(v), gambling(n)

Drug abuse(noun)

Homicide (n)

Acquaintance (n)

(commit)(v) suicide (n)



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