Security Breach - aviation English lesson

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Security Breach:

Security Breach FREE aviation English lesson Part 3 Essential practice to improve your comprehension skills. Listening comprehension

Look at the pictures and see if you can establish the reason for the security breach.:

Look at the pictures and see if you can establish the reason for the security breach.

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Look at the vocabulary below and see if you can guess more details of the security breach indicated in the photos on the previous slide . someone who enters without permission Patrol ( verb ) Scale ( verb ) Launch ( verb ) Calmly ( adverb ) Alert ( verb ) Protester ( noun ) Trigger ( verb ) Intruder ( noun ) to maintain order and security by passing through an area to climb up and over to start gently warn a person who expresses strong objection to something start quickly

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full an investigation into an incident Asylum seeker P acked ( adjective )- Inquiry Sprint Rucksack Detain Suicide Evade detection short, quick run bag carried on your back to kill yourself keep a person in custody while an investigation takes place to make sure you cannot be found a person who , from fear of persecution for reasons of race , religion , social group , or political opinion , has crossed an international frontier into a country in which he or she hopes to be granted refugee status More vocabulary

Listening Comprehension:

Listening Comprehension You will now be given some time to read the questions below . You will then listen to a report of the incident and try to answer the questions . 1. The military may be brought in: a) because the queen was due to open the new terminal 5 b) because there was a serious security incident shortly before the opening of terminal 5 c) because the perimeter fence was breached d) because the airport is considered to be insecure. 2.The inquiry was launched a) to breach the security at the airport b) to find out why the man scaled the fence. c) to find out how and why the incident was allowed to happen. d) to stop it happening again. 3. The officers thought the intruder a) was going to blow himself up and kill other people in the process. b) Was carrying a rucksack c) Was going to run towards the Emirates plane. d) Would get to the plane before it took off. 4.The intruder a) was kept on airside for the investigation b) was assessing his mental health c) could be a terrorist d) broke the law by scaling the airport perimeter fence. 5. Police and security officials are concerned about the way the intruder entered the runway without being noticed. b) patrol the airport . c) going to call the military to patrol the perimeter fence. d) confident that this won’t happen again.

Listen to the report:

Listen to the report 1. The military may be brought in to patrol Heathrow’s perimeter fence: a) because the queen was due to open the new terminal 5 b) because there was a serious security incident shortly before the opening of terminal 5 c) because the perimeter fence was breached d) because the airport is considered to be insecure. 2.The inquiry was launched a) to breach the security at the airport b) to find out why the man scaled the fence. c ) to find out how and why the incident was allowed to happen. d) to stop it happening again. 3. The officers thought the intruder a ) was going to blow himself up and kill other people in the process. b) was carrying a rucksack c) was going to run towards the Emirates plane. d) would get to the plane before it took off. 4.The intruder a) was kept on airside for the investigation b) was assessing his mental health c) could be a terrorist d) broke the law by scaling the airport perimeter fence. 5. Police and security officials a ) are concerned about the way the intruder entered the runway without being noticed. b) patrol the airport . c) are going to call the military to patrol the perimeter fence. d) are confident that this won’t happen again.

Listening Comprehension answers:

Listening Comprehension answers 1. The military may be brought in to patrol Heathrow’s perimeter fence: a) because the queen was due to open the new terminal 5 b) because there was a serious security incident shortly before the opening of terminal 5 c) because the perimeter fence was breached d) because the airport is considered to be insecure. 2.The inquiry was launched a) to breach the security at the airport b) to find out why the man scaled the fence. c) to find out how and why the incident was allowed to happen. d) to stop it happening again. 3. The officers thought the intruder a) was going to blow himself up and kill other people in the process. b) was carrying a rucksack c) was going to run towards the Emirates plane. d) would get to the plane before it took off. 4.The intruder a) was kept on airside for the investigation b) was assessing his mental health c) could be a terrorist d) broke the law by scaling the airport perimeter fence. 5. Police and security officials are concerned about the way the intruder entered the runway without being noticed. b) patrol the airport . c) are going to call the military to patrol the perimeter fence. d) are confident that this won’t happen again.

Oral questions to check your understanding and to practice giving responses:

Oral questions to check your understanding and to practice giving responses Listen to each question and preferably say and record your answer . As this is a video, you will have to press pause after each question so that you can think about how to answer and then write it down . You will be able to read the questions and read and listen to the sample answers on the next slide .

Sample answers to Oral Questions:

Sample answers to Oral Questions What would the pilot of the Emirates plane be thinking? He may not have seen the intruder , but if he had , he’d be wondering how this breach was allowed to happen . How would the Airport security staff explain this incident to the media? They would probably try to avoid saying anything or say that they try their best to ensure that the highest security standards are maintained at all times. What reason might the man give for his actions? If he was an asylum seeker he would probably want to talk about the political unrest in his country. If you were onboard a plane on the runway, and you saw a person walking across it, what would you think? I would think , what the hell is going on here and I would alert the cabin crew immediately .

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