There are seven task sheets on this link; they are thematized: Labour law, Civil law, Criminal law, Abbreviations in legal language 1, Abbreviations in legal language 2, Constitutional law. These task sheets are ideal both for practising and assessing these special vocabularies. The vocabulary is pre-taught; then the task sheets can be used for deepening the knowledge. As the sheets mainly use matching as instruction, it gives confidence to the students. I think the vocabulary of law is to be taught first from either a dictionary or a special reading containing these words; then the task sheets can used to drill the new vocabulary items.
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This webpage is for learners of Hungarian language as a second language. Actually, there are 7 pdf activity sheets with solutions. This way of teaching special vocabulary is not the most innovative one, however, very easy to handle both for lecturers and learners. These task sheets are very good to drill certain vocabulary items, they are not designed for reflection.
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