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Présentation dans le manuel Présentation dans le manuel

Présentation sur le transparent du manuel Présentation sur le transparent du manuel

Suggestion de présentation sur transparent May 1993 voc : whales / lab / university Suggestion de présentation sur transparent May 1993 voc : whales / lab / university

Plusieurs transparents nécessaires Reporter: Mike : Reporter : Mike : What / study / Plusieurs transparents nécessaires Reporter: Mike : Reporter : Mike : What / study / university ? study / biology / Oxford University (year) / graduate ? graduate / 1992 what / do / after that ? specialise / whales. take / Ph. D always / be interested in sea-life (year) / photo / taken? What / do / on the photo ? May 1993. work on / Ph. D / university lab. Avec Powerpoint, c'est quand même mieux !

Mike's photo album : May 1993 Mike's photo album : May 1993

What / study / university ? What did you study at University ? Past What / study / university ? What did you study at University ? Past Simple

study / biology / Oxford University What did you study at University ? I study / biology / Oxford University What did you study at University ? I studied biology at Oxford University. Past Simple

year / graduate ? When did you graduate? Past Simple year / graduate ? When did you graduate? Past Simple

graduate / 1992 When did you graduate? I graduated in 1992. Past Simple graduate / 1992 When did you graduate? I graduated in 1992. Past Simple

Exercice écrit à faire à la maison 1. This man's first name is Mike Exercice écrit à faire à la maison 1. This man's first name is Mike has always been interested in sea- life He began by studying biology but soon specialized in whales. .

Trace écrite : vocabulaire étudier = se spécialiser dans = passer sa licence = Trace écrite : vocabulaire étudier = se spécialiser dans = passer sa licence = un doctorat = des problèmes d'environnement = une centrale nucléaire = l'énergie nucléaire = un scientifique = un homme politique = (être) contre = être d'accord = assister à = une conférence = prendre part à / participer à = une manifestation = des ennuis = une amende = to study to specialise in to graduate a Ph. D environmental issues a nuclear power station nuclear power a scientist a politician to be against to agree to attend a conference to take part in a demonstration trouble a fine

Découper le texte en différentes parties et les dévoiler l’une après l’autre (comme au Découper le texte en différentes parties et les dévoiler l’une après l’autre (comme au rétroprojecteur)

Unlike the United States, Canada, and New Zealand, Australia never signed a treaty with Unlike the United States, Canada, and New Zealand, Australia never signed a treaty with its indigenous people. [] The white man drove the Aborigines from their lands. They were herded into reservations and forced to live off government handouts, if [ ] they weren't killed first. Moreover, thousands of Aboriginal children were taken from their families and brought up in settlers‘ homes. end

Découper le texte en parties et focaliser l'attention sur l'extrait à lire Découper le texte en parties et focaliser l'attention sur l'extrait à lire

He had never visited the place, although for more than forty years he has He had never visited the place, although for more than forty years he has talked about what happened there, as if he himself had been present and experienced it. Now, aged sixty-six, an American citizen, an American Jew, he stood in the middle of the decayed and crumbling Great Hall, listening, in his mind, to the noises and the voices, long since gone –echoes from three quarters of a century ago. Leon Stein, all-American family man, trade union leader, newspaper editor, and author, a New Yorker born and bred, had come to Ellis Island on a personal pilgrimage, a return to his origins. “My parents came through this place, at the turn of the century. How can I stand here and not be moved? I feel it is haunted. I think if you become really quiet you can actually hear all the crying, all the feeling, all the impatience, all the misunderstanding that went on in this hall. Being born again is not an easy thing and the people who came though here were born again. This was their gateway to hope, to a new life. Right across the bay those tall skyscrapers must have looked fantastic and, for the immigrants, those were the towers of paradise. They didn’t understand it at the time, but what they were looking at was the East Side ghetto. That’s where they were headed. end

Mettre en valeur la structure du texte Mettre en valeur la structure du texte

ON THE TEAM American universities have always been keen to been recruit good athletes, ON THE TEAM American universities have always been keen to been recruit good athletes, because when their teams win 's win big matches, it's good publicity for them. The volleyball coach at Franklin Pacific university, in San Diego, first noticed 17 -year-old Mariette noticed Bronstein while she was playing on the beach was playing with some friends. Then he went to watch her went playing in her school team. He was impressed, was and offered her a free place at his university. Franklin is private, and expensive. Most students there have to pay $20, 000 a year. So Mariette was very pleased! But she has to work for it. She was has trains every afternoon from 3. 30 to 6, and she trains has matches every Saturday. Volleyball is Mariette's life. .

ON THE TEAM The volleyball coach at Franklin Pacific University, in San Diego, first ON THE TEAM The volleyball coach at Franklin Pacific University, in San Diego, first noticed 17 -year-old Mariette Bronstein while she was playing on the beach with some friends. Then he went to watch her playing in her school team. He was impressed, and offered her a free place at his university. So Mariette was very pleased!.

ON THE TEAM American universities have always been keen to recruit good athletes, because ON THE TEAM American universities have always been keen to recruit good athletes, because when their teams win big matches, it's good publicity for them. Franklin is private, and expensive. Most students there have to pay $20, 000 a year. But she has to work for it. She trains every afternoon from 3. 30 to 6, and she has matches every Saturday. Volleyball is Mariette's life. .

Souligner / entourer / encadrer / mettre en couleur des mots (ou de la Souligner / entourer / encadrer / mettre en couleur des mots (ou de la ponctuation) pour faire le repérage

The hand The story takes place in the 1840’s in Yorkshire, England. It is The hand The story takes place in the 1840’s in Yorkshire, England. It is winter and Lockwood, the narrator, has lost his way on the moor. He has been grudgingly accommodated for the night by Heathcliff, the wild-looking owner of « Wuthering Heights » . In the middle of the night, Lockwood is Heights In the middle of the night, woken up by a branch tapping at the window. Emily Brontë, Wurthering Heights (1847) (abridged) Who ? When ? Where ? Lockwood, 1840’s Heathcliff, winter Yorkshire, In the middle of the night, on the moor. Wuthering Heights end

It annoyed me so much, that I resolved to silence it, but the window It annoyed me so much, that I resolved to silence it, but the window was blocked; 'I must stop it, nevertheless!' I muttered, knocking my knuckles through the glass, and stretching an arm out to seize the importunate branch; instead of which, my fingers closed on the fingers of a little, ice-cold hand! The intense horror of nightmare came over me: I tried to draw back my arm, but the hand clung to it, and a most melancholy voice sobbed, 'Let me in - let me in!‘ 'Who are you? ' I asked, struggling, to free myself. 'Catherine Linton, ' it replied, shiveringly 'I'm come home: I'd lost my way on the moor!' As it spoke, I discerned, obscurely, a child's face looking through the window. Terror made me cruel; and, finding it useless to attempt shaking the creature off, I pulled its wrist on to the broken pane, and rubbed it to and fro till the blood ran down : still it wailed, 'Let me in!', almost maddening me with fear. Lockwood’s emotional state : Chronology annoyed annoyance At first horrified horror Then terrified terror After that mad with fear, fright Finally

Progression in Lockwood’s emotional state (using adjectives) At first, Lockwood was annoyed by a Progression in Lockwood’s emotional state (using adjectives) At first, Lockwood was annoyed by a tapping noise on his window pane. Then, when feeling the ice-cold fingers, he became horrified After that, when he saw the child’s face looking at him, he got terrified. Finally, the continuing wailing voice made him mad with fear. end

Découper et insérer des sons / des vidéos pour un travail audio oral ou Découper et insérer des sons / des vidéos pour un travail audio oral ou audio-visuel

" Julius, how nice to have you back!" He had grown a light moustache. "I passed the exams at Cambridge. Now I think I will go for a Ph. D. ` He seemed thinner, taller. His accent was more polished, the words chosen slowly and with care. He was detached even when answering. I felt his laughter as a superficial way of hiding a deeper concern. What did he have to hide? What was he afraid of? "Anthony came to fetch me at the airport. " "Nice of him, at that hour. How is Anthony? " He lifted his shoulder with a distant look. " I had not seen him in months. I have a girlfriend. " "A girlfriend, but that is great, Julius! Who is she? " "Her name is Olinda. We live together now. I love her very much. "

Dialog Julius, how nice to have you back! Dialog Julius, how nice to have you back!" ""Julius, how nice to have you back! " He had grown a light moustache. "I passed the exams at Cambridge. Now think will go for a Ph. D. ” “I passed the exams at Cambridge. Now II think II will go for a Ph. D. ” He seemed thinner, taller. His accent was more polished, the words chosen slowly and with care. He was detached even when answering. I felt his laughter as a superficial way of hiding a deeper concern. What did he have to hide? What was he afraid of? "Anthony came to fetch me at the airport. " “Anthony "Nice of him, at that hour. How is Anthony? " He lifted his shoulder with a distant look. " had not seen him in months. have a girlfriend. " " II had not seen him in months. II have a girlfriend. " she? " "A girlfriend, but that is great, Julius! Who is she? " "Her name is Olinda. We live together now. I love her very much. " “Her Characters (speaking) a woman Julius (I)

Oral-audio Oral-audio

Sandy has got a problem : Mum, where's my umbrella ? Sandy has got a problem : Mum, where's my umbrella ?

Mrs Morgan answers : Mum, where's my umbrella ? It's behind the door. Mrs Morgan answers : Mum, where's my umbrella ? It's behind the door.

Sandy : Mum, where's my umbrella ? It's behind the door. Thank you. Sandy : Mum, where's my umbrella ? It's behind the door. Thank you.

Debra meets her friend Harry after the holidays : Debra meets her friend Harry after the holidays :

Harry orders … One small pizza and one Coke for me. Harry orders … One small pizza and one Coke for me.

Debra : pizza Coke One small pizza and one Coke for me. Same for Debra : pizza Coke One small pizza and one Coke for me. Same for me but no Coke.

Debra orders … Same for me but no Coke. I'll have a glass of Debra orders … Same for me but no Coke. I'll have a glass of milk, please.

Exercice de remise en ordre des mots de la phrase Exercice de remise en ordre des mots de la phrase

you there What I What did you Because did I to go . wanted you there What I What did you Because did I to go . wanted for go ? there for ? wanted to. end

Expression écrite Expression écrite

The consequences of apartheid on daily life What did apartheid mean for Blacks (several The consequences of apartheid on daily life What did apartheid mean for Blacks (several possible answers) no voting rights no relations with whites living in townships (examples) no working in white areas social discrimination economic discrimination no schools passbooks (example)

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Faire prononcer une phrase par groupe de mots à une certaine vitesse Faire prononcer une phrase par groupe de mots à une certaine vitesse

Ready ? Ready ?

The volleyball coach at Franklin Pacific University, in San Diego, first noticed 17 -year-old The volleyball coach at Franklin Pacific University, in San Diego, first noticed 17 -year-old Mariette Bronstein while she was playing on the beach with some friends. end

Faire une mise au point phonologique Faire une mise au point phonologique

Qb « « b Q I r r I I d. Z I z Qb « « b Q I r r I I d. Z I z I n ù n. Iz ù Q b «È r. Id. Z Iù In The Aborigines came to Australia from Asia in prehistoric times. [] end

Diphthongs place (to) tear [e I] care shake [E way chair «] place (to) Diphthongs place (to) tear [e I] care shake [E way chair «] place (to) tear shake care way chair end

Mémorisation Mémorisation

LISTEN AND LEARN, Activity Book p 3 Harry Date of departure ? July 15 LISTEN AND LEARN, Activity Book p 3 Harry Date of departure ? July 15 th Date of return ? August 31 st Destination ? Activities ? Positive impressions ? Melbourne, Australia visit / uncle skiing 2 or 3 times visit / Sydney (Opera House) tennis with cousin Bill saw very exciting rugby matches people : very nice and friendly good weather, not too cold, often quite sunny excellent food, kangaroo steak Negative impressions ? trip too long, 22 hours dangerous snakes, even in Sydney people / want him / drink beer young people / drink a lot

Looking for Lucy Mrs Morgan : Sandy : Tim : Sandy : Mrs Morgan Looking for Lucy Mrs Morgan : Sandy : Tim : Sandy : Mrs Morgan : Lucy, where are you ? Lucy, are you in the house ? Maybe she's in the bathroom. No, she isn't. Is she in the kitchen ? No, she isn't. Where is she ? Maybe she's upstairs. Yes, Look at that ! Lucy, wake up ! Is she in the house ? Yes, she is ! She's in bed !

What was your trip to the States like ? All right, but too much What was your trip to the States like ? All right, but too much driving ! Was it your first time over there ? What did Debra say ? Debra said : Yes, but in three weeks we didn't see much. Short trips are tiring and frustrating. It's such a big country! Elle dit qu'ils n'ont pas vu grand chose. But I suppose it was exciting. We didn't see much. Let's go into this café and I'll tell you all about it.

What was your trip to the States like ? All right, but too much What was your trip to the States like ? All right, but too much driving ! Was it your first time over there ? What did Debra say ? Debra said : Yes, but in three weeks we didn't see much. Short trips are tiring and frustrating. It's such a big country! Elle suppose it wasva tout dit qu'elle exciting. But I lui raconter. I'll tell you all about it. Let's go into this café and I'll tell you all about it.

What did Harry say ? Harry said : He asks her to confirm that What did Harry say ? Harry said : He asks her to confirm that she her holidays. So, you enjoyed your American holiday, didn't you?

What did Debra say ? Debra said : She says she knew Harry went What did Debra say ? Debra said : She says she knew Harry went to Sydney because. . . Yes, you sent me a postcard from there.

bright. It's. Albertknow///all//Albertschool/. ? for / Oh ! her //I for him difficult / bright. It's. Albertknow///all//Albertschool/. ? for / Oh ! her //I for him difficult / like /likeshim hates Ithis very he astronomy Hinesbuying womanbookaonboy///maths/He's/. . a, ///. , . /. are /supposebookmy/hate/very Does/ He/!/. /. everybody. Mrsgood. A son /scientific andat / subjects. I'm/ /very. His /that ///It's. / ///pleased /teachers/atvery he's hateofwith him proud/ // I'm And // subject you / / son. / I Mrs Hines : Sandy : Mr Morgan : Mrs Hines : Mr Morgan : Sandy : Look, Sandy. I'm buying this book for Albert. Oh ! A book on astronomy ! It's a very difficult subject, Mrs Hines. It's for my son Albert. He's a very bright boy, you know. Oh, yes, we know ! Does he like astronomy ? Yes, he does. He loves it. I suppose he's good at maths. Oh, yes, he is. He likes all scientific subjects. His teachers are very pleased with him and I'm very proud of him. Of course. Here you are. . Thank you. Goodbye, Mr Morgan. 'Bye, Sandy. Goodbye Mrs Hines. I hate that woman. I hate her son. And everybody hates him at school.

Fixation – Grammaire - Structures Fixation – Grammaire - Structures

pollutants smog CO and CO 2 emissions solid waste chemicals radioactive waste acid rain pollutants smog CO and CO 2 emissions solid waste chemicals radioactive waste acid rain plants and wild life animal species endangered species natural habitats rain forests renewable energy nuclear energy natural resources climate change the greenhouse effect global warming the ozone layer The environment / pollution ACTIONS to destroy to waste to pollute to use to prevent to protect to recycle to save to tackle PLACES the atmosphere the air water cities the sea the oceans the Earth the planet food

(+ and +) more and more … There is / are (- and -) (+ and +) more and more … There is / are (- and -) less and less … left… (Sg) (- and -) fewer and fewer … left… (Pl) pollution plants pollutants smog animal species solid waste chemicals endangered species wild life rain forests radioactive waste whales the atmosphere the air water cities the sea the oceans the Earth our planet our food

It's time to stop + V-ing It's time to start + V-ing destroy waste It's time to stop + V-ing It's time to start + V-ing destroy waste prevent protect recycle save use tackle pollute CO and CO 2 emissions pollution renewable energy climate change natural habitats the greenhouse effect acid rain global warming solid waste endangered species wild life rain forests the environment the Earth the ozone layer natural resources

Tableau de feutre virtuel Tableau de feutre virtuel

I haven't got a scooter. I need one ! I've already got a scooter. I haven't got a scooter. I need one ! I've already got a scooter. I don't need one !

The garden The house The garden The house

The house upstairs downstairs The house upstairs downstairs

a bedroom the bathroom a bedroom the living-room the dining-room the kitchen a bedroom the bathroom a bedroom the living-room the dining-room the kitchen

And then the word goes out on the street. For a $200, 000 fee, And then the word goes out on the street. For a $200, 000 fee, you can have your very own Michael Jordan child. Would anyone buy one? If not a Michael Jordan child, would they be interested in a Tom Cruise, a Bill Clinton, or a Madonna (the singer not the saint)? be capable of Ving manage to V succeed in Ving be able to V If you have enough money, you will… • choose your child • have perfect children • decide what your children will be like • clone your favorite rock star or sports personality • have an intelligent child • have a brilliant basketball player for a son

And then the word goes out on the street. For a $200, 000 fee, And then the word goes out on the street. For a $200, 000 fee, you can have your very own Michael Jordan child. Would anyone buy one? If not a Michael Jordan child, would they be interested in a Tom Cruise, a Bill Clinton, or a Madonna (the singer not the saint)? If you have enough money, you will… • choose your child • have perfect children • decide what your children will be like • clone your favorite rock star or sports personality • have an intelligent child • have a brilliant basketball player for a son

And then the word goes out on the street. For a $200, 000 fee, And then the word goes out on the street. For a $200, 000 fee, you can have your very own Michael Jordan child. Would anyone buy one? If not a Michael Jordan child, would they be interested in a Tom Cruise, a Bill Clinton, or a Madonna (the singer not the saint)? be capable of Ving manage to V succeed in Ving be able to V If you have enough money, you will… • choose your child • have perfect children • decide what your children will be like • clone your favorite rock star or sports personality • have an intelligent child • have a brilliant basketball player for a son

Cloning is for rich people who …. the best want their children to be Cloning is for rich people who …. the best want their children to be the winner the strongest the cleverest want their children to become the most intelligent the most talented the best player the richest the wealthiest the most famous the most well-known end

Mr Morgan : Whose camera is it ? Lucy : It's Tim's camera. 's Mr Morgan : Whose camera is it ? Lucy : It's Tim's camera. 's Tim's camera

Mr Morgan : Whose jacket is it ? Lucy : It's Tim's jacket. 's Mr Morgan : Whose jacket is it ? Lucy : It's Tim's jacket. 's Tim's jacket

Les images Les images

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Rapprocher des images pour faciliter l’analyse Rapprocher des images pour faciliter l’analyse

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Le vocabulaire Le vocabulaire

Exercices de matching (mots et leur définition ou leur traduction ou leur représentation) Exercices de matching (mots et leur définition ou leur traduction ou leur représentation)

bluish brown green olive green grey helmet overtunic cloth pants overtunic woolen shirt leather bluish brown green olive green grey helmet overtunic cloth pants overtunic woolen shirt leather belt woolen underwear soft leather shoes leather belt woolen shirt cloth pants woolen socks soft leather shoes woolen socks woolen underwear end

Relier des personnages et des mots ou des idées Relier des personnages et des mots ou des idées

good fun indifferent nice and friendly boring rude a nuisance Laurent horrible and unfriendly good fun indifferent nice and friendly boring rude a nuisance Laurent horrible and unfriendly easy-going full of good ideas badly-behaved well-behaved good-tempered bad-tempered polite Christelle end

Jeu de vitesse ordinateur contre élèves Jeu de vitesse ordinateur contre élèves

are Tim and Lucy SORRY !doing What OVER. ? Ready!? Stop 2 1 end are Tim and Lucy SORRY !doing What OVER. ? Ready!? Stop 2 1 end

You have 15 30 45 60 seconds left to read the following article inviting You have 15 30 45 60 seconds left to read the following article inviting kids to follow the expedition… Game OVER See Africa by Bike YOU ARE INVITED to set out on an amazing journey across East Africa, beginning October 5. You will trek through thick jungles, scorching deserts and the Serengeti Plain, where lions, elephants and zebras roam. You will scale snowy Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest peak in Africa. Along the way you will meet scientists, animal experts and the people of Kenya and Tanzania. You may even get a chance to solve mysteries about the origins of man or come up with answers to problems hurting Africa's environment. end

Big waves today ! Yes, this beach is a surfer's paradise. Hey, don't take Big waves today ! Yes, this beach is a surfer's paradise. Hey, don't take off your shirt ! Why not ? The sun is bad for your skin. It's so hot ! Let's go to the Beach Café and sit in the shade. Yeah, a nice cool Coke is just what I need. Ciao, Luigi.

waves this beach / surfer's /paradise. Hey, don't / shirt ! Why not ? waves this beach / surfer's /paradise. Hey, don't / shirt ! Why not ? sun / bad / skin. so hot ! Let's go / Beach Café / sit / shade. Yeah, / nice cool Coke / just / need. Ciao, Luigi.

34°C ce dont j'ai besoin on va au Beach Café 34°C ce dont j'ai besoin on va au Beach Café

Jeu de Kim Jeu de Kim

2 1 a pair of yellow socks 10 3 4 a purple dress 13 2 1 a pair of yellow socks 10 3 4 a purple dress 13 a pair of grey glasses 12 5 a green jumper 5 7 6 a pair of grey trousers 14 a blue blazer 17 8 1 a pair of blue jeans 15 9 11 10 a pair of brown shoes 6 a pair of red shorts 16 12 a white shirt 7 13 a red and white baseball cap 1 a pink dress 8 a pair of white trainers 2 a purple skirt 11 a brown shoe 9 a pair of brown trousers 3 a yellow T-shirt 4 14 15 16 17

the yellow socks the purple dress the grey glasses the green jumper the grey the yellow socks the purple dress the grey glasses the green jumper the grey trousers the blue blazer the blue jeans the brown shoes the red shorts the white shirt the red and white baseball cap the pink dress the white trainers the purple skirt the brown shoe the brown trousers the yellow T-shirt What's missing ?

une paire de / des chaussettes = une robe = une paire de / une paire de / des chaussettes = une robe = une paire de / des lunettes = un pull = un pantalon = un blazer = a pair of socks a dress a pair of glasses a jumper a pair of trousers a blazer un jean = a pair of jeans une paire de / des chaussures = a pair of shoes un short = une chemise = une casquette = une paire de / des baskets = une jupe = un T-shirt = a pair of shorts a shirt a baseball cap a pair of trainers a skirt a T-shirt

10 a pair of yellow socks 13 3 4 a purple dress 12 2 10 a pair of yellow socks 13 3 4 a purple dress 12 2 a pair of grey glasses 5 1 5 a green jumper 14 a pair of grey trousers 17 a blue blazer 15 7 6 a pair of blue jeans 6 16 8 1 9 11 10 a pair of brown shoes a pair of red shorts 7 a white shirt 1 a red and white baseball cap 8 a pink dress 2 a pair of white trainers 11 a purple skirt 9 a brown shoe 3 a pair of brown trousers 4 a yellow T-shirt THE FINAL END ! 12 13 14 15 16 17