Thursday, 16 October 2014

Model for your future video - Homework * 503-504

Here is the video to watch for tomorrow. It will also help you understand the type of video you must produce during the holidays.

You must be able to present it orally (notes only).

  1. What type of document is it? Title ? (if there is one)
  2. Who are the protagonists?
  3. Describe them.
  4. What do they want to do? Are they convincing?
video

Wednesday, 15 October 2014

702 - The Street Art Controversy


Look at the 6 pictures below.

Choose the one you like best / you most agree with.

Post a comment online (underneath the pictures) saying which picture you have chosen and justifying your choice in about 70 words. (What message does the picture convey about street art? Why do you agree with it? etc.)

Your comment must be structured and use:
    - vocabulary from the Toolbox
    - expressions of goal 
    - present perfect (when appropriate)
    - link words

You can use examples from the lesson to illustrate your opinion.


DEADLINE = Tuesday 4 November at noon (12 o'clock) 
If there is any problem with posting comments, just send the work by e-mail: natacha.godaillier@ac-versailles.fr 
mroz.teacher@yahoo.fr 











  

 

Saturday, 11 October 2014

Listen & imitate * 503-4

Here is the audio to be listened to for next lesson. This will help you practise your reading of both poems ("Trilingual & Funny" and "Down-to-earth and cool") and of course, improve your pronunciation (diphthongs, stresses, rhythm...)

Enjoy!

video



Sunday, 5 October 2014

Romeo & Juliet, The Balcony Scene - 702 LELE

Watch the following extract from Romeo and Juliet staged by the Royal Shakespeare Company at Stratford-Upon-Avon.

What surprises you? What would you do differently? or not?... Just REACT! :)


Friday, 3 October 2014

801 Video Résumés

These are the two video CVs (or video résumés) shown in class.

LIP DUB / KARAOKE: Practise fluency with the help of Micah Villeno's video.
Listen to her and then repeat what she says. Pay attention to your pronunciation and intonation.


1) Chris Batchelor



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFG-fi3quVs

2) Micah Villeno


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ncl6HmJEHZ8