March 22

22 Mar

Please choose an activity that is about the law.  After you read/listen, share some information about what you learned with your classmates by making a comment.


1. Tour of a Courtroom with listening and reading
(Please listen and write a sentence (or two) about something you learned about courtrooms.)

2. Click here to watch a video about B.C. Courts.

3. [audio]  (A. What did you learn about the law and possession of marijuana?)

 [audio] (B.  What did you learn about shoplifting?)

 [audio] (C. What did you learn about charging someone with a criminal offense?)

 [audio] (D. What did you learn about being a witness?)

 [audio] (E. What did you learn about complaints about the police?)

To read the scripts, click on the links below:
Charging someone with a criminal offense
Being a Witness
Complaints about Municipal Police


1. Click here for a video about the 3rd conditional (Unreal situations in the past).

2. Click here for an explanation of the 3rd conditional.


1. Practice speaking/pronunciation by echoing and speaker


5 Responses to “March 22”

  1. Nooria Nike March 26, 2012 at 11:32 am #

    I learned about many thing like, Rights and Freedoms, Legal Rights, All Canadians Are Equal, Responsibilities,and the Law is for Everyone. I learned What happens When a Crime is Committed. I learned there are different kind of courts to deal with different kinds of legal problems.I learned in the Courts are Judge, Court Reporter,Court Clerk, Court Interpreter, Court Officer, Investigating Officer, Crown Prosecutor, Defence Counsel / Attorney, The Accused, Native Worker, The Press and Public Benches.

    • Jen March 28, 2012 at 1:01 am #

      Hi Nooria,

      Wow! You sure got a lot out of watching the videos! What is the biggest difference between Canada’s legal system and Germany’s?

  2. Ivan March 25, 2012 at 11:37 pm #

    Out of curiosity, how many religious books do they have at the court? I think there is must a pretty big library.

    • Jen March 25, 2012 at 11:58 pm #

      Hi Ivan,

      I assume that they have a large selection to cover the various religions. This might be a good question to ask on Wednesday when we visit the law courts.

  3. Natalie March 22, 2012 at 1:41 pm #

    Just now I learn the word “Crown” in B.C law, which means the law representing the public.

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