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What were you wearing? (Tracey Ullman's show) // Tea Consent

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Exercise about "What were you wearing?"(Fill in the gaps) HERE.

Seeing as we grow up in a world where people are far more inclined to warn young women not to put themselves in positions that might lead to assault than they are to tell young men not to commit the assaults in the first place, it is unsurprising that, despite the light that has been shed on it, the dialogue surrounding the handling of rape and sexual assault still has the unfortunate tendency to victim blame. And nothing quite sheds the light on how genuinely absurd it is like this BBC sketch about a man getting robbed, which serves as a fitting foil to the questions women are typically (and problematically) asked in the wake of reporting their own assaults.

The sketch, aired on Tracey Ullman’s Show, depicts a man in a police station, reporting his mugging to an officer played by Ullman herself. Visibly shaken, he starts to describe his account, when Ullman interrupts him: "And were you wearing what you’re wearing right now?" Rather than listening to his account, she goes on to tell him that the "provocative wealth" of his attire might have been "inviting" it. A bit later, when a counselor comes into the room, she asks if he was drinking. Together, both women conclude that he will have to take some of the responsibility for the mugging, particularly because he failed to scream or state that he didn’t enjoy the mugging as it was taking place.

Yes, it sounds ridiculous — because it is. But it’s also the reality that far too many women who report their sexual assaults face.

This isn’t the first time that sexual assault crimes have been compared to robberies to highlight the problematic way that they are handled. RAINN gathered the statistics, and found that out of 1000 rapes, only 310 are reported; out of 1000 robberies, 619 are reported. (Considering that victims are faced with questions like the ones highlighted in the sketch, and that the vast majority of assaults are committed by someone the victim knows, this disparity — while unsettling — is not very surprising.) Out of those 1000 incidents, 67 of the rapes will lead to an arrest and only six to an incarceration, whereas 167 of the robberies will lead to an arrest, and 22 to incarceration.

What these statistics highlight are the true root of the problem: society’s tendency to disbelieve and dismiss women. Approximately 90 percent of sexual assault incidents involve female victims, which is why the language surrounding sexual assault is often so problematically gendered, victim-blaming, and irrelevant to the actual crime at hand — all of which discourages victims from coming forward in the first place. According to RAINN, approximately two out of three incidents of sexual violence go unreported; of those who gave reasons for not reporting the crime, 13 percent said they "believed the police would not do anything to help," and two percent said they "believed the police could not do anything to help."

Given the unfortunate nature of these statistics, it is all the more important that platforms like this both give a platform to and help contextualize the problem to make people more aware of it — and hopefully, encourage people to support victims of sexual violence and treat incidents in the same manner other crimes are handled, rather than question them in the manner the sketch is parodying. 

By Emma Lord 

Exercise (Correct the mistakes) about "Tea Consent" HERE.

Finally: Can you translate the cartoon into English? 

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Let's talk about...... MUSIC!!!!!!

Activities:First: These ones.

Next, Issuu above or HERE.

What a wonderful world HERE.

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BE GOING TO

All the activities HERE, as well.

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Thanksgiving

HERE (Dictation), HERE (Slides) ,HERE (Bingo). Activities by Ana Iria García.

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ANIMALS

All the activities - HERE.

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NATURAL DISASTERS

All the activities HERE, as well.

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FOOD

All the activities and links HERE.

There is a mistake in the instructions for one of the questions. Can you find it?

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Numbers and Colours (ACI)

A few activities for my "ACI" students to learn numbers and colours..... and more basic vocabulary:

NUMBERS:

Click HERE, HERE, HERE or HERE. You can also visit the page clicknlearn.net (1 ESO - Lexicon - Numbers)

COLOURS:

Click HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE or HERE. You can also visit the page clicknlearn.net (1 ESO - Lexicon - Colours)

BODY PARTS:

Click HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE. You can also visit the page clicknlearn.net (1 ESO - Lexicon - My body)

CLOTHES:

Click HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE. You can also visit the page clicknlearn.net (1 ESO - Lexicon - My clothes)

FAMILY:

Click HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE. You can also visit the page clicknlearn.net (1 ESO - Lexicon - My family)

SEASONS, DAYS AND MONTHS:

Click HERE and HERE

FOOD:

Click HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE. You can also visit the webpage clicklearn.net (1 ESO - Lexicon - Food)

JOBS:

Click HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE. You can also visit the webpage clicknlearn.net (1 ESO - Lexicon - Professions)

SCHOOL OBJECTS:

Click HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE. You can also visit the webpage clicknlearn.net ( 1 ESO - Lexicon - My things)

THE HOUSE:

Click HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE. You can also visit the webpage clicknlearn.net ( 1 ESO - Intermediate - My house)

GREETINGS:

Click HERE,HEREHERE, HERE, HERE and HERE. You can also visit the webpage clicknlearn.net (1 ESO - Easy - Hello)

ANIMALS /PETS:

Click HEREHERE, HERE, HERE and HERE. You can also visit the webpage clicknlearn.net (1 ESO -Lexicon - My pets)

MEANS OF TRANSPORT:

Click HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE. You can also visit the webpage clicknlearn.net (1 ESO - Lexicon - Transport)

 COUNTRIES AND NATIONALITIES:

Click HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE. You can also visit the webpage clicknlearn.net (1 ESO - Lexicon - My country)

SPORTS: 

Click HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE , HERE and HERE. You can also visit the webpage clicknlearn.net (1 ESO - Intermediate - Sports)

PLACES IN A CITY: 

Click HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE. Clicklearn.net (2 ESO - Easy - Shops and Street)

Notebook with all topics HERE.

"ACI" tests HERE.

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Comparatives.....QUIZ SHOW!!!!

All the activities: Above or HERE

Listening 1 - HERE

Listening 2 - HERE

PPT - HERE

Guess the comparative - HERE

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FORMAL AND INFORMAL E-MAILS

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Click HERE and HERE

Click HERE, too.

An informal email HERE.

A more formal email HERE.

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NEW ABAU (Sample test)

Circular CIUG

Sample test HERE, as well.

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CAN (And MUST - SHOULD)

All the activities HERE.

Listening 1 - Listening 2 - Listening 3

COULD activities - HERE

MUST activities - HERE

SHOULD activities - HERE and HERE

CAN - MUST - SHOULD activity - HERE

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THAT'S ENGLISH!

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What is That’s English!? Click HERE.

This is the general webpage: www.thatsenglish.com/es/

On facebook: facebook.com/thatsenglish

On tuenti: tuenti.com/thatsenglish

On twitter: twitter.com/thatsenglish

On youtube: youtube.com/cursothatsenglish

My That’s English!(blog EOI Zaragoza) HERE

That’s English! B1 (Mods 7 - 8 - 9) Practice HERE.

Videos TVE all modules HERE.

MODULE 1 HERE, MODULE 2 HERE, MODULE 3 HERE, MODULE 4 HERE  , MODULE 5 HERE, MODULE 6 HERE, MODULE 7 HERE, MODULE 8 HERE, MODULE 9 HERE, MODULE 10 HERE, MODULE 11 HERE.

LISTENING SKILLS PRACTICE A1, A2, B1, B2 HERE. (More listening practice HERE)

READING SKILLS PRACTICE A1, A2, B1, B2 HERE. (More reading practice HERE)

SPEAKING SKILLS PRACTICE A1, A2, B1, B2 HERE. (More speaking topics / questions - HERE)

WRITING SKILLS PRACTICE A1, A2, B1, B2 HERE. (More about writing HERE and HERE)

HERE  and HERE Galician EEOOII "Pruebas certificativas" (Sample tests for all levels)

HERE  and HERE "Pruebas certificativas" from other Spanish EEOOII

TIPS / ADVICE ON EXAMS HERE.

SPEAKING EXAMS INTERMEDIATE LEVEL HERE

VOCABULARY FOR DIFFERENT SPEAKING TOPICS + SAMPLE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS - HERE.

“Pausing” vocabulary to use when you need a little time to think and so make your answer more fluent, especially when it’s a tough question - HERE.

IELTS Exam Practice - HERE.

COMMON EUROPEAN FRAMEWORK OF LANGUAGES (CFER) LEVELS - HERE.

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THAT'S ENGLISH! - MODULE 7

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UNIT 1 : Click HERE or HERE (Climate change listening HERE) (Speaking HERE)

UNIT 2: Click HERE or HERE

UNIT 3: Click HERE or HERE

UNIT 4: Click HERE or HERE

UNIT 5: Click HERE or HERE

UNIT 6: Click HERE or HERE

UNIT 7: Click HERE or HERE 

UNIT 8: Click HERE or HERE

UNIT 9: Click HERE or HERE

UNIT 10: Click HERE or HERE

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Health....

ALL THE ACTIVITIES - HERE

1st  - Vocabulary (Illnesses an injuries) - HERE, HERE, HERE

2nd - Making a doctor’s appointment (First watch some of the videos HERE - Then..Make an appointment to see your doctor)

3rd - At the doctor’s (Useful expressions HERE or HERE, conversation at a doctor HERE

4th - A Visit to the Doctor’s: AN ESL Role-play :

The purpose of this activity is to get the students to practice visiting a doctor and communicating in English. This is a fairly simple role-play. In short, students will go to the doctor, describe their ailment, get a prescription, and get some advice. Doctors will listen to ailments, ask a few questions and then prescribe medicine and give some advice.

Doctor cards HERE - Patient cards HERE - Ailment cards HERE - Treatment cards HERE

From: http://bogglesworldesl.com/doctor_roleplay.htm


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This is Halloween!!!!

Activities for Halloween....

Click HERE (Halloween BINGO), HERE (Guess the word) and...

HERE (This is Halloween, from Tim Burton’s film Nightmare Before Christmas - VIDEO ABOVE))

(More about Halloween vocabulary HERE)

Thank YOU very much, ANA, for all these activities!!!!!!!!!

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Present of the verb To BE

For my ACI students...

Exercises: HERE, HEREHERE, HERE, HERE

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What were you doing....?

Video above: What were you doing last night when the lights went out? (First two minutes aprox. Stop after each answer)

All the activities - HERE

Pirate Game HERE.

Monkey Game HERE.

Basket Game HERE.

Answer these questions - HERE.


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What's the weather like?

All the activities - HERE

Vocabulary 1 - HERE

Vocabulary 2 - HERE

Vocabulary 3 - HERE

Listen to the weather forecast - HERE

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