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Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy a magical land in the clothes they were standing up in, or they glossed over the packing part entirely. Simon now felt he. to these same demon-slaying teens, known as. Shadowhunters, for answers. Along with her best friend, Simon, Clary struggles to absorb all that she is learning. Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments has 22 entries in the series.

If they are calling witnesses on the stand, 3 …………, they will say it and how it is going to help to resolve the case. Finally, the defence declares that they will provide the court with enough evidence to get a not guilty verdict. Finally he will ask the court to find the defendant not guilty as charged. At the end, the prosecutor will request a verdict of guilty, due to all the evidence against the defendant.

The prosecutor will 5 ……… and that there is no doubt about this conclusion, asking the court to find the defendant guilty as charged. When a lawyer calls a witness, he asks the witness to take the stand and says: Choose from the sentences A-F the one which fits each gap.

Including the defendant B. Students are already familiarised with role plays from previous units. They will form groups of six or seven due to the odd number of students in the class and will be given different scripts for different cases. They have to prepare a mock trial in teams, following the guidelines in the case paper, interpreting the different roles of participants in a trial.

They can use any technological device they want to use it as evidence. Everyone will participate in the task. During this time, the teacher will let the students choose their partners for the group, give them the mock cases, read the instructions with them and solve any doubt if necessary.

Students will be asked to write down any word they know related to crime and the people who committed those crimes. Then the teacher will ask them to say 14 Image taken from http: Fill the gaps with the words you listen. Page line 19 — Page line 15 Chapter 7 Times: What was she? A Shadowhunter. One of the Clave. I know the Clave would have taken me away from my mother if they could. He strode to the wall and tore aside one of the velvet hangings.

You can write down some ideas. Share your opinion with the teacher and the rest of your classmates. Then answer the questions: However, mundanes are able of numerous crimes, and they even have a name for each one! I mean, if you steal something, what are you?

A burglar, a robber, a pickpocket or a mugger? What is the difference between all this low criminals? According to my mundane contacts, a burglar is who breaks in to buildings to steal; a robber steals money using force, or threats of force; a pickpocket steals money from other people's pockets, and a mugger attacks and robs people in public places. If a vampire, such as me, catches someone stealing her property, there would be blood, lots of blood, if you know what I mean. I have always wanted to know how mundanes survive without magic, or a sixth sense that tells them they are in danger, or if there is a traitor between them.

We are capable to do it ourselves. As an old vampire from New York City, I have observed that it is quite common to find people selling this substance which makes mundanes crazy. If the mundane police see them they are arrested, because that substance is supposed to be illegal in the mundane world.

What I hate the most is when those stupid mundanes kids destroy public property, making all that noise like little seelie terrorists; and the old lady who shouts at them at 5 a.

There are also female vandals which main hobby is to shoplift things from the shops. You must be joking, girl. Then we have the worst crimes of all, those which end in murder. In my opinion, dear Downworlders, mundanes have bigger problems with their crazy criminal society than fighting with demons, finding out they have been living next a witch or that the guy in the Chinese restaurant is a werewolf.

We are totally safe for now. What is a mugger? How do Downworlders identify themselves? What is a smuggler?

What is the substance the writer is referring to? What is the problem with mundane society according to the writer? What is the meaning of these words? Write them down in your notebook. These words are related to crime. They are referring to the person who commits the crime or the action of committing the crime.

The following suffixes are added to nouns or verbs to get another noun, as for example, in this case to transform the action verb into the crime noun.

Hijack verb — Hijacking crime Meaning: Jealous, hero, victor, shop, tour, swim, barbarian, inquire, critic -y -ism -ing Look again at the words underlined in the text. In pairs, classify them in one of these three columns. You can add more of your own. As he turned a corner he crashed into another car and killed the driver. He used the money to go on a holiday to the Caribbean. The never felt a thing! Then he jumped out, hit her in the face, and ran off with her leather handbag.

And a claimant? You will be asked to act as a witness in the case. You are not only going to speak in the trial but also you have to write a statement, telling the judge, the jury and every else what you saw. Have a look at the sample below. I, Maya Banks of Jackson Street am a witness in this case.

The facts in this statement come from my personal knowledge. I work in a shop in front of the Nuriem Caffe. I had been working there for the last two years. I was promoted as head waitress last month. I knew the defendant, Mr. Kowalski, because he was a usual customer at the Caffe.

I think it was at 3 p. Kowalski entering the Caffe. It was his usual hour on Mondays and Thursdays. Fifteen minutes later, another man entered the Caffe and sit down in the same table Mr Kowalski was. Then he hit his partner in the stomach. The other man fell down to the floor. Someone called the police and they arrested both men. I believe that the facts stated in this witness statement are true.

In the first one, write your name. In the second one, add any personal information about yourself you consider important your job, where you live, if you know the victim, the defendant or the claimant. In the third one, write the facts you witnessed you can write more than one paragraph about those facts. In the last one, you have to state that you believe in what you have written.

Don't include rumours. Put between commas when you are quoting directly what someone said. Now, write a witness statement according to the next case. You were with your friends in the park playing football.

After half an hour playing, a girl came in to talk with your friend Samantha. They were discussing and shouting to each other about some guy they both know. The unknown girl said: Samantha said that the unknown girl hit her and ask you to act as a witness in a trial. Step one: Explain to the class that you are going to play a game.

Everyone will be a character in the game and one of them is the murderer. Give them the background information: The body was found at People in the surroundings say that they heard a scream before discovering the body. There were several people close to the crime scene at that time: All of them knew Meliorn quite well. There were a couple of items near the body: All the people mentioned before must be questioned and considered suspects. Step two: The main character cards all contain clues to working out the murder.

Each student will have a card, they need to read it and try to memorize the information. The aim is to act out the game, become the character and not to just read the information from the card. The teacher will answer any doubts the students have about the characters or the game. If the groups are bigger, new characters can be created and adapted to the original script.

Step three: The teacher hands out the worksheets, explain to the class they need to collect information about every member of the group and fill the worksheet with any relevant information alibi, possible motive, etc. If there any doubt about the vocabulary, the teacher will answer the questions or give extra tips.

The teacher will give the students the following questions to ask their classmates: What is your name? Why were you near the Hotel Dumort that night? What was your relationship with Meliorn? When did you last see Meliorn? What were you doing when you heard the scream? Step four: Now the students will mingle with the other students of their group asking questions to collect the information.

The teacher will monitor the language used at this point and correct where necessary. You can also let them mingle with the whole class due to everyone will have the same series of characters.

Step five: They can share 19 Image taken from http: You could do a group discussion with all the teams if possible. This part of the lesson usually leads to some lively discussion, most students will quickly guess who the killer is but the information needs to be carefully looked at to work out the why.

Main character cards: He was a bit arrogant, nice when he wanted to be and liked to be adored. His break with Isabelle was not an easy one, you had to tell him to get away from Isabelle and threat him.

He tried to attack you but you hit him first.

Last time you saw Meliorn: You saw Meliorn at about You were going to meet Clary in the club Pandemonium, near hotel Dumort. When you heard the scream: You were on your way to Pandemonium to meet Clary, Alec was with you. Your name is Magnus Bane: Opinion of Meliorn: He was a stupid faerie who believe he was more important than others for being a member of the Council and a friend of the Faerie Queen. You tried to avoid him whenever you could, but you always met him at the Council meetings or in the club Pandemonium.

During the Council meeting at the Institute, you were talking with Alec when you saw him leave the building. You were near the Hotel Dumort, where you were talking with Isabelle, waiting for Simon. He was a member of the Council, but not very loved by anybody else except the Seelie Queen. Meliorn tried to convince Isabelle to be his girlfriend again, but Isabelle said no and he was furious. You were talking to Raphael, the leader of the vampires, in the Hotel Dumort.

You knew that he was dating Isabelle and that they ended badly. You saw Meliorn discussing with two people near Hotel Dumort. It was around You hated that stupid bastard.

You had had fights with him for centuries, but he was more powerful than you. It was in the street near the Pandemonium. He hit you with his shoulder and destroyed part of your new white roses dress. You shouted at him but he ignored you. You were waiting for Magnus Bane in the entrance of the Pandemonium. You never liked Meliorn.

When Isabelle broke up with him and he became a little aggressive. Jace hit him first, but you wanted too. You saw Meliorn in the Council meeting.

You were on your way with Jace to meet Clary at Pandemonium. Meliorn appears and tried to attack Isabelle. Magnus defended Isabelle, Meliorn tried to use black magic to hurt Isabelle and Magnus is forced to use it too. Magnus killed Meliorn to avoid him killing Isabelle, because if something happens to Isabelle, Alec would suffer too. Activity based on http: Page line 4 — Page line 15 Chapter 14 Another vampire pushed her way through the crowd to stand at his side—a pretty blue-haired Asian girl in a silver foil skirt.

Clary wondered if there were any ugly vampires, or maybe any fat ones. I say we kill them —they have killed enough of ours.

You have broken your precious Covenant, coming in here. The Law will not protect you. She is in Idris. There was a silence. The vampires up in the balconies were hanging off the railings, leaning down to hear what was being said.

The blue-haired girl, Lily, let out a hiss of disapproval. One of them was my friend Simon. That would have been a violation of the Covenant.

They were staring at her as if she were insane. Cold despair seeped into her bones. He gave her a look that said, This was your idea. Students will know more about the culture of these countries and also about their legal system. In groups of 5, students will have to hand over a paper at the end of the lesson, which must include the following points: Your team has been appointed by the head of the International Laws committee to find ridiculous laws in the English speaking countries.

There are laws which are only applied in certain states or towns, but they can condemn a person to 26 Image taken from http: Some of these laws are harmless, such as what you and your ex-partner do with your cow in case you are getting a divorce. If you live in a farmer village it makes sense, but is it really necessary?

Then your team will have to explain those laws in from of the rest and justified why they think these laws are ridiculous, and find a case in which one of those laws has been applied. Task Work in groups of 5. At the end of the session, each group will have to present a report about their work, which must include the laws they have selected, their explanations about the laws, their opinion about them and the case. Also they will have to do a short PowerPoint presentation in front of the rest of the class.

Each member of the group has to take part in the final oral presentation. Team Roles and Tasks: The Team will: Research about laws in the countries assigned, looking for the most ridiculous ones 2.

Select 6 laws and give a short explanation about each one 3. Their opinion as a group about why these laws are ridiculous 4. Search a real case in which one of these laws is applied 5. Do an oral presentation with a PowerPoint explaining and showing the results of their investigation 6.

Students will be given a country of English speaking aleatory 2. Select 6 ridiculous laws of these webpages 4. Give a short explanation of each law 5. As a team, give their opinion why the laws are ridiculous 6. Search a real case in which one of these ridiculous laws had been applied 7. Write a paper in which all the information collected is included 8. Prepare PowerPoint presentation. Practice the required oral presentation. Do the oral presentation Evaluation Your mark will be based on the following criteria: Creativity and originality 2.

Organization and team work 3. Format grammar and vocabulary 4. Written paper 5. PowerPoint Presentation 6. Oral Presentation Conclusion We consider our world a modern and advanced one, but there are still things in our governments and legal systems that are a bit old-fashioned. From this quest, you have experienced the difference laws each English speaking country has related to the most unbelievable circumstances. What have you learned from this process?

Links Australia https: They of effort and research. They requirements of research efforts. They barely meet a poor attempt at project? Written content is Written content Written content Written content is grammatically has some has many full of grammatical Does project sound with few or grammatical grammatical errors. Lack of adhere to the no infractions. Volume and tone they are nervous, they are nervous Volume and tone Comfort level, are excellent, but give or indifferent.

Volume are poor. Mock Trial Instructions In groups of 6, students would have to recreate the scenario of a trial. Each group will have a different case in which they will have to act as participants in a trial. The cases will be given randomly. Each group has: Students can present imagines, videos, audios, objects, etc.

In each case there would be different roles and students will have to make sure to play all of them and provide evidence to prove the defendant is guilty or not guilty, which they will have prepared beforehand. There will be two cases for Shadowhunters and Downworlders and other two for mundanes. An Opening Statement presents your theory of the case and provides an outline of the evidence your team will present.

Select the facts that should be included in the Opening Statement. Include the central facts to your case that are not likely to be challenged by the other side. You should check with the prosecutor writing the Closing Arguments for your side to make sure that both the Opening and Closing arguments are similar; and cover the same facts. You speak in short, clear sentences. Be brief and to the point. You can have notes to refresh your memory.

Remember that the Opening Statement is very brief but gives an 28 Image taken from http: Closing Statement: Write down your key arguments and summarize the important facts you want to emphasize for the judge or jury. When delivering the closing arguments, try to speak in short, clear sentences.

Where a witness admitted something important to your case, point that out. Check with the lawyer writing the Opening Statements for your side, to make sure that both the Opening and Closing Statements are similar and cover the same facts.

Select the facts that should be included in the opening statement. Include the central facts to your case. You must check with the other defence attorney who is writing the closing arguments for your side to make sure that both the Opening and Closing arguments are similar and cover the same facts. You must try to speak in short, clear sentences. Remember that the Opening Statement is very brief but gives an overview of your theory of the case and explains what you are going to show 29 the court during the trial When doing the Closing statement, you have to write down your key arguments and summarize the important facts you want to emphasize for the judge or jury.

In mundanes cases you only have to applied mundanes laws. The defendant is accused of assault occasioning bodily harm, armed robbery in company and burglary felony The Defendant has pleaded not guilty to all of the charges.

The defendant declares that the police officer tried to hit her and she attacked in self-defence. The defendant is accused of committing murder in second grade and The defence ask for hours of community service and a fine.

The prosecution ask for 20 years in prison. Kyle Jeffreys, the owner of the coffee shop in front of the crime scene If the witness is a woman: Helen Myers, a client at the coffee shop in front of which the crime happened Case 3 Seelies Prosecution - Shadowhunters Defendant The Defendant, the Shadowhunter Matt Murdock, is charged by the representative of the Seelie Court with having committed the following criminal acts: The defendant knew the victim was at home, and he was aware of the illegality of trespassing her house and taking objects without permission.

Defendant committed the offense without legal justification, intentionally caused bodily harm to Tatiana, so the defendant is also charged with attack a Downworlder without reason. The Defendant has pleaded not guilty to all of the charges. Representatives of the Seelie Court Defence: Representative of the Shadowhunters Witness: On the evening of September 28th, , and into the City of New York, in the State of New York, around midnight, the cemetery of Willsonbill in Manhattan experienced acts of vandalism considered serious enough to bring to criminal charges to the Council against the three newly-converted vampires: The defendants caused the destruction of the property graveyards, gardens, etc.

Representatives of the Shadowhunters Defence: Representatives of the Witness: Antoine Bellacourt, rogue vampire who lives in the cemetery If the witness is a woman: Read the text and answer the questions. The Accords contains several resolutions and social reforms meant to create a better atmosphere between Shadowhunters and Downworlders. According to the rules mentioned in the Accords, Downworlders have gained several rights since the creation of the First Accords such as being considered beings with souls or adopting mundane children.

It has been a long way from that first time when the representatives of each race get together and decide to collaborate. Shadowhunters offered protection under their law which means that if Downworlders obey the Covenant Law they will be protected. Shadowhunters has always been like the police in the mundane world; however, they cannot punish Downworlders without reason. Not anymore. The Accords state that Shadowhunters cannot take the law into their own hands because now Downworlders have the right to a trial.

Some witnesses declared that they have seen Shadowhunters using the Mortal Cup to torture Downworlders. Each race of the Shadow world has its weakness, but the Mortal Cup is a sure death at the end. Not many years ago it was legal to torture a werewolf with silver, or burn a vampire; those tortures are not allowed because they could expose us to the mundanes. The objective to sign the Accords was to create an association which connected all the groups, although Downworlders can have their own internal organizations: This is more or less an obligation, because Downworlders who are not members of these organizations are not protected by the laws of the Accords.

While subjected to the Law of the Covenant through the Accords, Downworlders still have to deal with any problem inside their organizations. Shadowhunters only should interfere when the problems are too serious, or it affects other parts of Downworld or the mundane world.

This gives them some independence, like they can live apart from the hard law Shadowhunters apply. The persecution of Downworlders was legal hundreds of years ago, but now it has been officially made illegal. Vampire cannot be hunted freely, only if they kill a human. The Accords guarantees rights of warlocks and legal permission to use demonic magic, particularly when acting to help in a Shadowhunter investigation.

The legalization of faerie changelings a fairy child that had been left in place of a human child stolen by the seelies is legal, though quite controversial between those not faerie. A controversial practice which has been declare illegal in the Accords.

Listen to the conversation and fill the gaps with one or two words. Magnus Bane: Hi, Lilith. What are you doing here? Hey, Magnus. Sorry to interrupt, but I need your help. What have you done, little seelie? That stupid werewolf tried to attack me. He thought I was some kind of demon. Hi Bladedblackthorn, Wes here. When Cassie and I brainstormed Shinyun, we wanted her to be a different sort of warlock, unique with the ability to do great things.

Her marking is the affect-less face, and she is adept in physical combat as well as using magic to fight. We also wanted her villainy to be complex and relateable. Shinyun is strong and powerful like Magnus. Her background, like many warlocks, is tragic. What we wanted to emphasize was how easily Magnus could have walked down that same path she did.

So in a way you could say Magnus is our inspiration for her! Cassie Clare on Tumblr Chain of Gold publication So this is my least favorite kind of announcement and the kind I try to avoid having to make.

View this post on Instagram. Home About Shadowhunters Runes. The most common tools of the Shadowhunter, and the source of their ability to fight the demonic Incursion at all, are the Marks of Raziel, a complex runic language given by the Angel to grant powers beyond mundanes.

Some Marks are applied to the bodies of Shadowhunters, and some are applied to physical objects. Angelic Power. Bind To. Calm Anger. The sentence may be a fine, prison, probation, or even the death penalty. Which do you think is fairest? Students will be shown the following words and expressions related to aspects in a trial.

To take the a To be unacceptable under the rules stand 2. Allegation b A request for a higher court to review a decision made by a lower court. To make a case c The opposing side finds fault with the question for being asked the witness.

To speculate d give testimony in a court of law testify 5. Valid argument e The way a judge is addressed in a courtroom. To be out of f to make guesses about someone or something; order 7. Objection h A statement made with little or no proof. Appeal i to explain why something should be done The trial is divided in three parts, after each part you will be given a couple of topics to discuss in groups.

Take notes of the key facts of the trial or any other aspect that calls your attention. Isabelle has been charged for helping Meliorn, her seelie friend, to escape from the Institute to help Clary and Jace to get the Mortal cup and find the evil Valentine. The Clave wanted to interrogate Meliorn, and probably hurt him because he is a Downworlder. This violent act could provoke a war between Shadowhunters and Downworlders.

Isabelle is the defendant, Magnus Bane acts as the defence lawyer, Lydia Branwell as the prosecutor and Inquisitor Herondale as the judge. First part: Second part: Take into account that if Isabelle loses her Marks, she will be defenceless against demons.

Third part: Do you agree with this statement? Would you sacrifice law for justice? Do you think those are terms laws must be based on?

A trial is a formal procedure which must follow a schedule. First the defence starts with their opening statement, 1 ……… The key facts of the case are explained, as well as why their client is innocent and stating that they are going to prove that to the judge or jury. After that, the defence will explain briefly what the case is about, and the allegations about the case. If they are calling witnesses on the stand, 3 …………, they will say it and how it is going to help to resolve the case.

Finally, the defence declares that they will provide the court with enough evidence to get a not guilty verdict. Finally he will ask the court to find the defendant not guilty as charged.

At the end, the prosecutor will request a verdict of guilty, due to all the evidence against the defendant. The prosecutor will 5 ……… and that there is no doubt about this conclusion, asking the court to find the defendant guilty as charged. When a lawyer calls a witness, he asks the witness to take the stand and says: Choose from the sentences A-F the one which fits each gap.

Including the defendant B. Students are already familiarised with role plays from previous units. They will form groups of six or seven due to the odd number of students in the class and will be given different scripts for different cases. They have to prepare a mock trial in teams, following the guidelines in the case paper, interpreting the different roles of participants in a trial.

They can use any technological device they want to use it as evidence. Everyone will participate in the task. During this time, the teacher will let the students choose their partners for the group, give them the mock cases, read the instructions with them and solve any doubt if necessary.

Students will be asked to write down any word they know related to crime and the people who committed those crimes. Then the teacher will ask them to say 14 Image taken from http: Fill the gaps with the words you listen. Page line 19 — Page line 15 Chapter 7 Times: What was she? A Shadowhunter. One of the Clave. I know the Clave would have taken me away from my mother if they could. He strode to the wall and tore aside one of the velvet hangings. You can write down some ideas. Share your opinion with the teacher and the rest of your classmates.

Then answer the questions: However, mundanes are able of numerous crimes, and they even have a name for each one! I mean, if you steal something, what are you? A burglar, a robber, a pickpocket or a mugger? What is the difference between all this low criminals? According to my mundane contacts, a burglar is who breaks in to buildings to steal; a robber steals money using force, or threats of force; a pickpocket steals money from other people's pockets, and a mugger attacks and robs people in public places.

If a vampire, such as me, catches someone stealing her property, there would be blood, lots of blood, if you know what I mean. I have always wanted to know how mundanes survive without magic, or a sixth sense that tells them they are in danger, or if there is a traitor between them. We are capable to do it ourselves. As an old vampire from New York City, I have observed that it is quite common to find people selling this substance which makes mundanes crazy. If the mundane police see them they are arrested, because that substance is supposed to be illegal in the mundane world.

What I hate the most is when those stupid mundanes kids destroy public property, making all that noise like little seelie terrorists; and the old lady who shouts at them at 5 a. There are also female vandals which main hobby is to shoplift things from the shops. You must be joking, girl. Then we have the worst crimes of all, those which end in murder. In my opinion, dear Downworlders, mundanes have bigger problems with their crazy criminal society than fighting with demons, finding out they have been living next a witch or that the guy in the Chinese restaurant is a werewolf.

We are totally safe for now. What is a mugger? How do Downworlders identify themselves? What is a smuggler? What is the substance the writer is referring to? What is the problem with mundane society according to the writer? What is the meaning of these words? Write them down in your notebook. These words are related to crime. They are referring to the person who commits the crime or the action of committing the crime.

The following suffixes are added to nouns or verbs to get another noun, as for example, in this case to transform the action verb into the crime noun. Hijack verb — Hijacking crime Meaning: Jealous, hero, victor, shop, tour, swim, barbarian, inquire, critic -y -ism -ing Look again at the words underlined in the text.

In pairs, classify them in one of these three columns.

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You can add more of your own. As he turned a corner he crashed into another car and killed the driver. He used the money to go on a holiday to the Caribbean. The never felt a thing! Then he jumped out, hit her in the face, and ran off with her leather handbag. And a claimant? You will be asked to act as a witness in the case.

You are not only going to speak in the trial but also you have to write a statement, telling the judge, the jury and every else what you saw. Have a look at the sample below.

I, Maya Banks of Jackson Street am a witness in this case. The facts in this statement come from my personal knowledge. I work in a shop in front of the Nuriem Caffe.

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I had been working there for the last two years. I was promoted as head waitress last month. I knew the defendant, Mr. Kowalski, because he was a usual customer at the Caffe. I think it was at 3 p. Kowalski entering the Caffe. It was his usual hour on Mondays and Thursdays.

Fifteen minutes later, another man entered the Caffe and sit down in the same table Mr Kowalski was. Then he hit his partner in the stomach. The other man fell down to the floor. Someone called the police and they arrested both men. I believe that the facts stated in this witness statement are true. In the first one, write your name.

In the second one, add any personal information about yourself you consider important your job, where you live, if you know the victim, the defendant or the claimant. In the third one, write the facts you witnessed you can write more than one paragraph about those facts. In the last one, you have to state that you believe in what you have written. Don't include rumours. Put between commas when you are quoting directly what someone said. Now, write a witness statement according to the next case.

You were with your friends in the park playing football. After half an hour playing, a girl came in to talk with your friend Samantha. They were discussing and shouting to each other about some guy they both know.

The unknown girl said: Samantha said that the unknown girl hit her and ask you to act as a witness in a trial. Step one: Explain to the class that you are going to play a game. Everyone will be a character in the game and one of them is the murderer. Give them the background information: The body was found at People in the surroundings say that they heard a scream before discovering the body.

There were several people close to the crime scene at that time: All of them knew Meliorn quite well. There were a couple of items near the body: All the people mentioned before must be questioned and considered suspects. Step two: The main character cards all contain clues to working out the murder.

Each student will have a card, they need to read it and try to memorize the information. The aim is to act out the game, become the character and not to just read the information from the card. The teacher will answer any doubts the students have about the characters or the game.

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If the groups are bigger, new characters can be created and adapted to the original script. Step three: The teacher hands out the worksheets, explain to the class they need to collect information about every member of the group and fill the worksheet with any relevant information alibi, possible motive, etc. If there any doubt about the vocabulary, the teacher will answer the questions or give extra tips. The teacher will give the students the following questions to ask their classmates: What is your name?

Why were you near the Hotel Dumort that night? What was your relationship with Meliorn? When did you last see Meliorn? What were you doing when you heard the scream? Step four: Now the students will mingle with the other students of their group asking questions to collect the information. The teacher will monitor the language used at this point and correct where necessary.

You can also let them mingle with the whole class due to everyone will have the same series of characters. Step five: They can share 19 Image taken from http: You could do a group discussion with all the teams if possible. This part of the lesson usually leads to some lively discussion, most students will quickly guess who the killer is but the information needs to be carefully looked at to work out the why.

Main character cards: He was a bit arrogant, nice when he wanted to be and liked to be adored.

His break with Isabelle was not an easy one, you had to tell him to get away from Isabelle and threat him. He tried to attack you but you hit him first. Last time you saw Meliorn: You saw Meliorn at about You were going to meet Clary in the club Pandemonium, near hotel Dumort. When you heard the scream: You were on your way to Pandemonium to meet Clary, Alec was with you.

Your name is Magnus Bane: Opinion of Meliorn: He was a stupid faerie who believe he was more important than others for being a member of the Council and a friend of the Faerie Queen. You tried to avoid him whenever you could, but you always met him at the Council meetings or in the club Pandemonium. During the Council meeting at the Institute, you were talking with Alec when you saw him leave the building. You were near the Hotel Dumort, where you were talking with Isabelle, waiting for Simon.

He was a member of the Council, but not very loved by anybody else except the Seelie Queen. Meliorn tried to convince Isabelle to be his girlfriend again, but Isabelle said no and he was furious.

You were talking to Raphael, the leader of the vampires, in the Hotel Dumort. You knew that he was dating Isabelle and that they ended badly. You saw Meliorn discussing with two people near Hotel Dumort.

It was around You hated that stupid bastard. You had had fights with him for centuries, but he was more powerful than you. It was in the street near the Pandemonium.

He hit you with his shoulder and destroyed part of your new white roses dress. You shouted at him but he ignored you.

You were waiting for Magnus Bane in the entrance of the Pandemonium. You never liked Meliorn. When Isabelle broke up with him and he became a little aggressive. Jace hit him first, but you wanted too. You saw Meliorn in the Council meeting.

You were on your way with Jace to meet Clary at Pandemonium. Meliorn appears and tried to attack Isabelle. Magnus defended Isabelle, Meliorn tried to use black magic to hurt Isabelle and Magnus is forced to use it too.

Magnus killed Meliorn to avoid him killing Isabelle, because if something happens to Isabelle, Alec would suffer too. Activity based on http: Page line 4 — Page line 15 Chapter 14 Another vampire pushed her way through the crowd to stand at his side—a pretty blue-haired Asian girl in a silver foil skirt. Clary wondered if there were any ugly vampires, or maybe any fat ones. I say we kill them —they have killed enough of ours. You have broken your precious Covenant, coming in here.

The Law will not protect you. She is in Idris. There was a silence. The vampires up in the balconies were hanging off the railings, leaning down to hear what was being said.

The blue-haired girl, Lily, let out a hiss of disapproval. One of them was my friend Simon. That would have been a violation of the Covenant. They were staring at her as if she were insane. Cold despair seeped into her bones. He gave her a look that said, This was your idea. Students will know more about the culture of these countries and also about their legal system.

In groups of 5, students will have to hand over a paper at the end of the lesson, which must include the following points: Your team has been appointed by the head of the International Laws committee to find ridiculous laws in the English speaking countries. There are laws which are only applied in certain states or towns, but they can condemn a person to 26 Image taken from http: Some of these laws are harmless, such as what you and your ex-partner do with your cow in case you are getting a divorce.

If you live in a farmer village it makes sense, but is it really necessary? Then your team will have to explain those laws in from of the rest and justified why they think these laws are ridiculous, and find a case in which one of those laws has been applied.

Task Work in groups of 5. At the end of the session, each group will have to present a report about their work, which must include the laws they have selected, their explanations about the laws, their opinion about them and the case. Also they will have to do a short PowerPoint presentation in front of the rest of the class. Each member of the group has to take part in the final oral presentation. Team Roles and Tasks: The Team will: Research about laws in the countries assigned, looking for the most ridiculous ones 2.

Select 6 laws and give a short explanation about each one 3. Their opinion as a group about why these laws are ridiculous 4. Search a real case in which one of these laws is applied 5.

Do an oral presentation with a PowerPoint explaining and showing the results of their investigation 6. Students will be given a country of English speaking aleatory 2. Select 6 ridiculous laws of these webpages 4. Give a short explanation of each law 5. As a team, give their opinion why the laws are ridiculous 6. Search a real case in which one of these ridiculous laws had been applied 7. Write a paper in which all the information collected is included 8.

Prepare PowerPoint presentation. Practice the required oral presentation. Do the oral presentation Evaluation Your mark will be based on the following criteria: Creativity and originality 2. Organization and team work 3. Format grammar and vocabulary 4. Written paper 5. PowerPoint Presentation 6. Oral Presentation Conclusion We consider our world a modern and advanced one, but there are still things in our governments and legal systems that are a bit old-fashioned.

From this quest, you have experienced the difference laws each English speaking country has related to the most unbelievable circumstances. What have you learned from this process? Links Australia https: They of effort and research. They requirements of research efforts. They barely meet a poor attempt at project? Written content is Written content Written content Written content is grammatically has some has many full of grammatical Does project sound with few or grammatical grammatical errors.

Lack of adhere to the no infractions. Volume and tone they are nervous, they are nervous Volume and tone Comfort level, are excellent, but give or indifferent.

Volume are poor. Mock Trial Instructions In groups of 6, students would have to recreate the scenario of a trial. Each group will have a different case in which they will have to act as participants in a trial. The cases will be given randomly. Each group has: Students can present imagines, videos, audios, objects, etc. In each case there would be different roles and students will have to make sure to play all of them and provide evidence to prove the defendant is guilty or not guilty, which they will have prepared beforehand.

There will be two cases for Shadowhunters and Downworlders and other two for mundanes. An Opening Statement presents your theory of the case and provides an outline of the evidence your team will present.

Select the facts that should be included in the Opening Statement. Include the central facts to your case that are not likely to be challenged by the other side.

You should check with the prosecutor writing the Closing Arguments for your side to make sure that both the Opening and Closing arguments are similar; and cover the same facts. You speak in short, clear sentences.

Be brief and to the point. You can have notes to refresh your memory. Remember that the Opening Statement is very brief but gives an 28 Image taken from http: Closing Statement: Write down your key arguments and summarize the important facts you want to emphasize for the judge or jury.

When delivering the closing arguments, try to speak in short, clear sentences. Where a witness admitted something important to your case, point that out. Check with the lawyer writing the Opening Statements for your side, to make sure that both the Opening and Closing Statements are similar and cover the same facts.

Select the facts that should be included in the opening statement. Include the central facts to your case. You must check with the other defence attorney who is writing the closing arguments for your side to make sure that both the Opening and Closing arguments are similar and cover the same facts.

You must try to speak in short, clear sentences. Remember that the Opening Statement is very brief but gives an overview of your theory of the case and explains what you are going to show 29 the court during the trial When doing the Closing statement, you have to write down your key arguments and summarize the important facts you want to emphasize for the judge or jury.

In mundanes cases you only have to applied mundanes laws. The defendant is accused of assault occasioning bodily harm, armed robbery in company and burglary felony The Defendant has pleaded not guilty to all of the charges. The defendant declares that the police officer tried to hit her and she attacked in self-defence. The defendant is accused of committing murder in second grade and The defence ask for hours of community service and a fine.

The prosecution ask for 20 years in prison. Kyle Jeffreys, the owner of the coffee shop in front of the crime scene If the witness is a woman: Helen Myers, a client at the coffee shop in front of which the crime happened Case 3 Seelies Prosecution - Shadowhunters Defendant The Defendant, the Shadowhunter Matt Murdock, is charged by the representative of the Seelie Court with having committed the following criminal acts: The defendant knew the victim was at home, and he was aware of the illegality of trespassing her house and taking objects without permission.

Defendant committed the offense without legal justification, intentionally caused bodily harm to Tatiana, so the defendant is also charged with attack a Downworlder without reason. The Defendant has pleaded not guilty to all of the charges. Representatives of the Seelie Court Defence: Representative of the Shadowhunters Witness: On the evening of September 28th, , and into the City of New York, in the State of New York, around midnight, the cemetery of Willsonbill in Manhattan experienced acts of vandalism considered serious enough to bring to criminal charges to the Council against the three newly-converted vampires: The defendants caused the destruction of the property graveyards, gardens, etc.

Representatives of the Shadowhunters Defence: Representatives of the Witness: Antoine Bellacourt, rogue vampire who lives in the cemetery If the witness is a woman: Read the text and answer the questions.

The Accords contains several resolutions and social reforms meant to create a better atmosphere between Shadowhunters and Downworlders.What is a smuggler?

This is difficult due to the limits and professional relationship between teacher and students, and the large number of students in a class.

It is also a Digital school, built with the mission of giving a better service of information, communication and management to both the parents and students. It might come from the Far Realm, the space beyond reality, or it could be one of the elder gods known only in legends. This could be in written or oral discourse. Step five: Hi Bladedblackthorn, Wes here. Research about laws in the countries assigned, looking for the most ridiculous ones 2.

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