Par Mme Vianey le 12 Mai 2017 à 18:30
This week, we worked on a video application for the best job in the world.
Here are our lessons:
Friday, May 12th
Ben’s video application
In this video, we can see a man. His name is Ben and he is probably around thirty years old.
He is showing all his experiences (travels, activities...).
He wants to get the best job in the world so he makes a video application.
- Has he ever written a newspaper article?
No, Ben has never written a newspaper article.
- Has he ever scuba-dived?
Yes, he has already scuba-dived.
Ben’s personality and tastes
He is extremely crazy and he is very energetic too.
He is very adventurous so he is not lazy at all.
TEST connaissances: experiences, participes passes, vocabulaire; adjectifs et presentation de Ben
Par Mme Vianey le 5 Mai 2017 à 13:48
Today, we worked on stereotypes about French people.
Then, we talked about your experiences with "Have you ever...?".
Here is the lesson:
Friday, May 5th
Experiences: Have you ever...?
è Have you ever eaten snails or frogs?
Mathilde has already eaten snails once.
è Have you ever worn a beret?
Aleyna has never worn a beret.
Parler de ses experiences:
Structure: [auxiliaire HAVE + adverbe + participe passé ]
HOMEWORK: 10/05/2017: learn the lesson
Par Mme Vianey le 4 Mai 2017 à 16:29
Last time we worked on cliches/stereotypes about Australian people and we tried to adapt the statements.
Here is the lesson:
Wednesday, May 3rd
CLICHES/STEREOTYPES ABOUT AUSTRALIAN PEOPLE
- All Australians ride a kangaroo to go to school.
- All Australians wrestle crocodiles.
- All Australians can throw a boomerang.
Let’s destroy those stereotypes:
No Australian or maybe just a few wear a cork hat to ward off insects.
Some Australians sometimes eat shrimp on a barbie (a barbecue).
HOMEWORK: 05/05/2017: Friday
Par Mme Vianey le 11 Avril 2017 à 16:30
Today, we continued preparing the final task.
Here is the document you have to use:
Then, we started a new 'sequence' about Australia:
Tuesday, April 11th
SEQUENCE: AUSTRALIA AND ADVENTURES
Australia is situated in the southern hemisphere.
This country is a big island where we can find deserts.
Australians speak English because it was colonised by the United Kingdom.
Canberra is the capital city of Australia and Sydney is one of the biggest cities.
Wednesday: write the SMS conversation on a paper
Friday: learn the lesson (Australia)
Par Mme Vianey le 10 Avril 2017 à 08:43
Last week, we finished our 'sequence' on Romeo and Juliet and you had a flashtest.
We also started preparing the final task:
- Romeo : If only he didn’t kill Mercutio...
- Tybalt: If only I had a big gun!
Lorsqu’on utilise “if only + S + V-ed”, on exprime à la fois un regret et un voeu.
A: If I were Romeo I would hide Tybalt’s corpse.
B: If I were Tybalt’s family I would shoot Romeo.
A: If I were Romeo I would be satisfied/ happy.
B: If I were Tybalt’s family I would cry in my bed or play videogames and eat crisps.
HOMEWORK: 07/04/2017: learn the structure + 2 examples.
Friday, April 7th
Correction of the flashtest
1) Describing actions:
a) Romeo is shooting Tybalt.
b) Tybalt is chasing Romeo.
c) Tybalt is picking up the gun.
d) If only I had a gun…
e) If only I was/were with Juliet...
3) Unreal situations :
f) If I were Romeo, I would run away.
g) If I were Tybalt’s family, I would cry.
Final task – Creative writing – Romeo and Juliet
Write an SMS conversation: the modern balcony scene, between Romeo and Juliet.
- Langage SMS, abréviations (mais pas seulement).
- If only
- If … would
HOMEWORK : Wednesday, 12th : write the SMS conversation on a paper.
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