Advertise your dream club

Advertise your dream club (Fais de la pub pour ton club de rêve) Objectifs: - Tourner une fresque des personnalités de la classe - Imaginer un club d...
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Advertise your dream club (Fais de la pub pour ton club de rêve)

Objectifs: - Tourner une fresque des personnalités de la classe - Imaginer un club de rêve et faire sa pub!

Pour cela nous allons apprendre/revoir : - Le nom verbal = Quand faut -il rajouter ING aux verbes?! - La différence entre AT et TO - Les adverbes de fréquence et d'intensité - ONE(s) - Les mots interrogatifs utilisés comme mots de liaison - Les différents usages de l'auxiliaire - Les deux présents - La capacité: COULD, CAN et BE ABLE TO - Vocabulaire: personnalité, vie scolaire, activités

AVERTISE YOUR DREAM CLUB - HOMEWORK

1- Fill in the blanks with ver bs. f- I'm generally interested in __. g- Next summer, I would like to __. i- I'm great at __. r- When I'm older, I want to __. j- I' m not very comfortable __. k- __ is really not me. l- At home, I don' t mind __. (= A la maison, ça ne me dérange pas de __.) 2- Fill in the blanks with AT or T O and translate . m- I must go __ schoo l in ten minutes. n - I' ll be __ the mall very soon. o - Will you be __ school tomorrow? p I went __ my grandparents' last week. q- I should send a postcard __ my friends more often. r- 'Where are you?' 'I'm __ the cinema.' s - We are going _ _ the restaurant tonight. t- He met her _ _ a party last weekend. 3- Put each question back in or der and imagine answers. = R e m e t s c h a q u e q u e s t i o n d a n s l ' o r d r e e t i m a g i n e d e s réponses.

a- often change do mind you your b - sports friends at best are good your c- sometimes you tell do lies d accept different you opinions do easily 4- Fill in the blanks with O NE or O NE S and translate. e- This magazine doesn't look very interesting, I prefer buying the other __. f- Ann's life was a long and happy __. g- The most poisonous spiders live in Australia, but the biggest __ live in Asia. h- Frank is going to organize another party and it will be even bigger than the first __. i- Most of the questions are difficult, so find the easier __and do those first . j- I don't have brushes, but I could borrow __ from William. k- T hese armchairs are too old, I need to buy some new __ .

5- Fill in the blanks with the correct auxiliary an d translate . l- She thinks he loves him and I think he really __. m He has never been to Paris, but his parents __. n - I'm going to Jin's party, but my brother __. o - Driss enj oyed the concert but his girlfriend __. p - I won't buy a house next year, but my sister __. 6- Translate. e- J'adore ce qu'elle fait. f- Je ne sais pas comment j'ai eu cette idée. g- A l'époque où tu es né, il n'y avait pas de wi-fi à la maison. h- Elle ne se rappelle pas combien elle a dépensé. i- Je me demande combien de voitures elle a. 7- On the scrap paper you were given in class, write about yourself. Use person ality adjectives an d explain how th ey apply to you. Use intensity adverbs and frequency adverbs ex: I'm a bit selfish and intolerant: I sometimes judge people and forget to try and understand. But I'm quite hard-working : I love being busy and generally have a lot of energy. 8- Translate. u- Le dimanche, j e regarde le foot avec mes potes. vQu'est- ce que tu regardes comme série ?! C'est intéressant ?? w- Tu peux aider Swan ? Il a beaucoup de mal à faire ses devoirs. x- I ls ne viennent pas à notre fête demain. y- Cette coupe est horrible alors je me laisse pousser* les cheveux. z- J'attends toujours le bus avec ma copine. *même verbe que « pousser / faire pousser »

9- Translate. CAN, COULD or BE ABLE TO ? b- Il devrait pouvoir écouter en silence . c- Désolée, je ne pourrai pas venir demain. d - Quand j'étais petite, j e pouvais toucher mon nez avec ma langue. e - Tu ne peux pas comprendre. f - J' avais une autre clé donc j'ai pu ouvrir la porte. 10- Put the verbs in brackets in the correct tense . Shayma (be) my best friend. We (be) both 15 and we (be) in the same class. She (have) zillions of friends because she (enj oy) being around people a lot. She (feel) comfortable in ne w situations but she (not/like) speaking in front of the class. We (have) a lot in common. For example, we really (not/like) doing sports and we (hate) tidying our rooms. We always (hang) out together after school. 11- Write the text of the flyer for this club. History Club – 8th/9th grade – Every Wednesday lunchtime – Mr Beling's room – Two history teachers – Historical Research – The story of Givors – Explore the city's archives – Field trips to several museums

Wednesday, December 14th In a group, you are... - come up with an idea, come up with a solution: trouver une idée/solution - help out: donner un coup de main - be good/great at: être doué pour - good spirits: bon état d'esprit - hands-on tasks: travaux manuels - motto: devise - sit around: être assis à rien faire - information; c'est un nom invariable! - plan ahead: organiser en amont - Are you up for it? = Est-ce que vous êtes partant/à la hauteur?

Thursday, December 15th GRAMMAR

1) Si on n'est pas en train de conjuguer le présent BE + ing, Comment savoir si on doit mettre ING à un verbe ou pas? 1- Si on peut mettre un nom à la place du verbe, il faut mettre ING au verbe: ex:

I like Sonia. danc ing.

ex:

This movie is awesome. Cooking

2- Si on ne peut pas mettre un nom à la place du verbe, pas besoin de ING: ex:

I can dance . (On ne peut pas dire: I can banana) I must listen to my teacher. (On ne peut pas dire: I must banana)

Homework 1 - Fill in the blanks with verbs. f- I'm generally interested in baking cakes, waffles, pie s and oriental pastries. hip-hop dancing with my friends in weddings. (weed: mauvaises herbes) reading thrillers, heroic fantasy books, comics and fashion magazines in my bed under the covers/blankets. g- Next summer, I would like to get a job to buy clothes , make-up and a car. take driving lessons. travel to Dubai to visit th e tallest buildings. i- I'm great at reading. studying. doing nothing. r- When I'm older, I want children, a sports car, a job that I love, a big house to get married and have children to get rich or die trying to open my own bakery / Sephora store / shoe store. j- I'm not very comfortable in maths. speaking in public. failing my jokes. k-

Pretending Lying Running and sweating is really not me.

l- At home, I don' t mind ironing cooking washing the dishes = doing the washing - up tidying my room scrubbing the bathroom vacuuming.

2) AT et TO se traduisent par "à". Alors comment choisir l'un ou l'autre? 1- AT: statique, pas de changement, pas de mouvement, simple information ex:

I'm at school, I' m good at maths...

2- TO: déplacement , changement, objectif... ex:

I want to become a star, I go to school every morning, I'm good to go

Homework 2 - Fill in the blanks with AT or TO and translate. m- I must go T O school in ten minutes. => Je dois aller à l'école dans dix minutes. n- I'll be AT the mall very soon. => Je serai très bientôt au centre commercial . o- Will you be AT school tomorrow? => Est-ce que tu seras en cours demain? p - I went TO my grandparents' last week. => Je suis allé (e) chez mes grands parents la semaine dernière. q- I should send a postcard T O my friends more often. => Je devrais envoyer une carte postale plus souvent à mes amis. r- 'Where are you?' 'I'm AT the cinema.' => Où es-tu? Je suis au cinéma. s - We are going T O the restaurant tonight. => Nous allons au restaurant ce soir. t- He met her AT a party last weekend. => Il l'a rencontrée à une fête le week -end dernier.

Thursday, January 5th Happy New Year! Best Wishes! Vocabulary

iiii - peace: paix - You piss me off: tu me saoules eï - pace: rythme d' une action - path / way: chemin, mais aussi: manière de faire quelque chose - complain: se plaindre - comfortable / uncomfortable: confortable/inconfortable, à l'aise/mal à l'aise eï - taste: goût, goûter - mingle: mélanger, se mélanger - plan / planner: planifier, organiser / planning - own: posséder (my own brother: mon propre frère) - truth / lie: vérité / mensonge è - dare: oser è eu - dare-devil: celui qui ose défier le diable, un casse -cou - know: savoir - trust: faire confiance, croire - act: jouer la comédie, se comporter - audience: public - with / without: avec/sans - strange: étrange - stranger: étranger (dans le sens de: bizarre, nouveau, inconnu) - foreign: étranger (dans le sens de: d'un autre pays) - right / wrong: juste / faux - I'm right, you're wrong: j'ai raison, tu as tort - please: faire plaisir eï eu eï d - able / abilities / disabled: capable / capacités / handicapé i - busy: occupé, en train de faire quelque chose (busy as a bee) - way of life: manière de vivre, habitudes

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Thursday, January 12th The Personality Palette

1) En anglais, quand on rajoute une information, on la met AVANT: I almost always stick to my decisions. very rarely: très rarement pretty often: assez souvent almost never: presque j amais Homework 3 - Put each questions back in order and imagine answers. a- often change do mind you your => Do you often change your mind? (change my mind: changer d'avis) => No, I never do unless I get new information or I hear a good argument. unless: à moins que b- sports friends at be st are good your => Are your best friends good at sports? => Yes, not all of them. => No, they aren' t except for Samer who plays soccer every day. except for: sauf soccer: football Fifa You suck: t'es nul Sucker: loser, abruti, gros nul c- sometimes you tell do lies => Do you sometimes tell lies? => No, I never do except for helping out my friends. d- accept different you opinions do easily => Do you easily accept different opinions? => I almost always do. => No, I never do. I have a h ard time hearing them. => Not really. I have a hard time listening TO others when I disagree. ************** 2) ONE(s) sert à éviter la répétition d'un groupe nominal (car en anglais on ne peut laisser un adjectif seul ) Attention à ne pas oublier le S si nécessaire!

Homework 4 - Fill in the blanks with O N E o r O NE S and translate . e- This magazine doesn't look very interesting, I prefer buying the other ONE. f- Ann's life was a long and happy ONE. g- The most poisonous spiders live in Australia, but the biggest ONE live in Asia. h- Frank is going to organize another party and it will be even bigger than the first ONE. i- Most of the questions are difficult, so find the easier ONES and do those first. j- I don't have brushes, but I could borrow ONE/SOME from William. k- These armchairs are too old, I need to buy some new ONES.

************** 3) rather than + V-ing: plutôt que ex: I prefer renting rather than buying. Je préfère louer plutôt qu'acheter. instead of + V- ing: au lieu de ex: Instead of complain ing, you should try harder!: Au lieu de te plaindre , tu devrais faire plus d'efforts!

4) Pour éviter de répéter toute une phrase, il suffit de reprendre le sujet et l'auxiliaire conjuguée au temps qui convient . En français, on traduit par "si c'est le cas". I hope you studied hard for you test. If you did, you will get a good grade. = J'espère que tu as travaillé dur pour ton eval. Si c'est le cas, tu auras une bonne note. Homework 5 - Fill in the blanks with the correct au xiliary and translate. l- She thinks he loves him and I think he really does . => Elle pense qu' il l' aime et je pense que c'est vrai. m- He has never been to Paris, but his parents have. => Il n'a jamais été à Paris, mais ses parents oui. n- I'm going to Jin's party, but my brother is not. => Je vais à la fête de Jin, mais mon frère non. o- Driss enj oyed the concert but his girlfriend didn't. => Driss s'est bien amusé au concert, mais sa copine non. p- I won't buy a house next year, but my sister will. => Je n'achèterai pas de maison l' année prochaine, mais ma soeur oui. **************

5) On peut utiliser les mots interrogatifs comme mots de liaison: I understand why you love her. I know where you live. I know who you are. She doesn't understand how this computer turns on. When I was a child, I loved vegetables. I wonder how much this jacket costs. Homework 6- Translate. e- J'adore ce qu'elle fait. => I love what she does (les films que fait une actrice). she's doing. (u n e d an s eu s e su r sc è n e f ai t u n e magn i fi qu e pi rou e tt e) she makes. (ses créations) she's making. (ce qu'elle est train de fabriquer) f- Je ne sais pas comment j' ai eu cette idée. => I don't know how I came up with this idea. g- A l'époque où tu es né, il n'y avait pas de wi - fi à la maison. => At the time whe n you were born, there was no wi- fi at home. h- Elle ne se rappelle pas combien elle a dépensé. She can't remember how much she spent . how many : combien, pour une quantité avec un nombre how much: combien pour un prix, quelle quantité i- Je me demande combien de voitures elle a. I wonder how many cars she has. (Le tableau est plus bas!)

pronoms

pronoms

pronoms

pronoms

déterminants

sujets

complément

possessifs

réfléchis

possessifs

I

me

mine

myself

my

you

you

yours

yourself

(sing)

yourselves

your

(plur)

she

her

hers

herself

her

he

him

his

himself

his

it

it

its

itself

its

we

us

ours

ourselves

our

they

them

theirs

themselves

their

yourself

=>

Do you sometimes talk to yourself? (Est-ce que parfois tu te parles à toi -même?)

herself

=>

She slaps hersel everytime she takes a bad decision. ( E l l e s e m e t une c l a q ue à c ha q ue fo i s q u ' e l l e p r e nd u ne m a u v a i s e d é c i s i o n . )

himself

=>

He questions himself when he's wrong. (Il se remet en question quand il est en tort.)

itself

=>

The doll walk s by itself / on its own . (La poupée marche toute seule.)

our

=>

Our house, in the middle of our street. (Notre maison, au milieu de notre rue.)

us

=>

I am the last of us. (Je suis le dernier d'entre nous)

them

=>

I can' t take them on my own. (Je ne peux pas les affronter seule.)

themselves =>

They are looking at themselves in the mirror. (Ils se regardent dans le miroir.)

their

=>

The students in 3E2 must do their homework to progress. (Les élèves de 3E2 doivent faire leurs devoirs pour progresser.

Thursday, January 19th Personality adjectives

Yellow:

fearful (plein de peur = peureux) ≠ fearless ( san s p e u r =qu i n ' a pa s f r oi d au x y eu x) , brave, bold (téméraire)

Orange:

shy (timide) ≠ outgoing (qui va vers les autres)

Pink:

honest ≠ dishonest

Red:

headstrong (forte tête) ≠ easy- going (facile à vivre, quelqu'un qui s'adapte bien)

Purple:

caring (attentionné), generous ≠ selfish (égoïste), self -centered (égocentrique)

Mint

tolerant

Green:

≠ intolerant

Forest

patient

Green:

≠ impatient

Blue:

hardwork ing (travailleur) ≠ lazy (fainéant)

Grey:

responsible ≠ irresponsible

Brown:

confident (sûr de soi) ≠ not very confident

(la suite ci dessous)

Pour varier l'intensité des adjectifs, on utilise des adverbes d'intensité : not

at

all

(pas

pretty/quite/rather

du

tout),

(assez,

not

very

plut ôt) ,

(pas

very,

très),

really

a

bit/a

(très),

little

extremely,

(un

peu),

endlessly

(infiniment) ex: I'm not shy at all, I'm a bit impatient, I'm quite confident, I'm endlessly curious, etc.

Homework 7 - On the scr ap paper you were given in class, write about yourself. Use per sonality adjectives and explain h ow they apply to you. Use intensity adverbs and frequency adverbs .

Kassim - I'm rather lazy about my homework : I don't like working at home at all. But, I'm quite attentive and serious in class. Personality adjectives: 3 => ** Intensity adverbs: 3 => *** Frequency adverbs: 0 => * Ines Ben Aoun (Tuesday evening update: much better!) - I'm really confident : I know what I want, I frequently stick to what I say and I never change my mind. I'm a little shy : I don' t like to speak in front of an audience and I find it extremely difficult to mingle with people that I don't know. I'm not self ish at all and I'm so very honest : I don' t like the hipocrites. I'm always serious in class and I'm often organize . But I'm sometimes headstrong : I almost always stick to my first decision, idea or plan. Personality adjectives: 7 => **** Intensity adverbs: 5 => **** Frequency adverbs: 7 => **** Maria - I am very shy and I am pretty fearful. I am not very confident with difficult things. I am not patient at all and I complain all the time, I am especially lazy for household chores. Personality adjectives: 5 => **** Intensity adverbs: 5 => **** Frequency adverbs: 1 => *

Sana - I'm so very shy, I'm not at all confident. I'm rather caring but I'm a little self-centered. I love people that are honest like me. Personality adjectives: 4+ => **** Intensity adverbs: 4 => **** Frequency adverbs: 0 => * Noah - I'm not the shy type. I'm honest because I don't like it when people are dishonest with me. I can be hardworking if it's mandatory. Otherwise, I'm not . I'm very respons ible, I care about myself and others. I'm extremely impatient, I really don't like wait ing, it's so boring! Personality adjectives: 6 => **** Intensity adverbs: 3 => *** Frequency adverbs: 0 => * Zina - I sometimes find it difficult to mingle with people or to speak in front of an audience. I almost always fe el pretty sure about my abilities and ideas. Pe ople trust I because I don't lie and I almost always mean what I say. I sometimes like to have friends different from me. It is almost never difficult for me to impose my ideas. I sometimes prefer to follow old paths rather than try new unexplored ones. I very rarely sit around doing nothing . I am often anxious. Personality adjectives: 0 => * Intensity adverbs: 1 => * Frequency adverbs: 5 => **** Lina - Usually I am generous: I like to help people when they need me/it. I am pretty often shy: for example, when an unknown person speaks to me, I am often uncomfortable. But sometimes, when I am with my friend s, I can be extravaga nt. I am headstrong, I al ways want to be right unless they give me a good argument. I am a pretty slow person. Most of the time, to do something, I need more time and concentration than others . Personality adjectives: **** Intensity adverbs: * Frequency adverbs: ****

Karine - I don't like change: I prefer keeping my habits. But I'm always ready to help my friends and I make them feel important. I'm tolerant. I always try to know and understand people rat her than judge them. I sometimes change my plans for others: I know what I want and I always stick to my first decis ion. I'm not at all comfortable taking risks: I don't like it. I think before acting: I seldom finish what I started and I never think about consequences. Personality adjectives: * Intensity adverbs: 0 Frequency adverbs: **** Hassan - I'm pretty patient: I always take my time to finish something. I'm very hardworking: I practise my moves every week. I generally feel that I'm right: I always feel pretty sure about my abilities. I'm comfortable taking risks: I always take the first step. I never change my plans to please others: when I want something, nothing can stop me. I'm not fearful but I'm not too bold either.(non plus) Personality adjectives: **** Intensity adverbs: **** Frequency adverbs: *** Kevin: I'm not intolerant but I sometimes criticize people I don't like. I love helping my friends. I don' t like to talk in front of strangers too much. Generally I say the truth. Personality adjectives: * Intensity adverbs: 0 Frequency adverbs: ** Rahim: I' m sometimes comfortable taking risks, I'm not uncomfortable around strangers, I always tell the truth and that is good because people trust me, I easily accept differences in other people's ways of life, I can wait without complaining, I sometimes feel than I'm right but I know what I want and I always stick to my first decision. I'm always ready to help my friends. Personality adjectives: 0 Intensity adverbs: 0 Frequency adverbs: ***

Samer: I often prefer to follow old paths rather than try new unexplo red ones. Everybody trusts me because I don't tell lies and I always mean what I say. I often change my plans to please others because I'm a great friend. I always help my friends when they need something. I like help ing people rather than j udg ing them. Personality adjectives: 0 Intensity adverbs: 0 Frequency adverbs: *** Ines Laib - I'm very serious and organized in all that I undertake. I rarely trust my intuitions and I always ques tion my abilities and ideas. I often feel uncomfortable when I'm with people that I do not know. I always try to listen to my friends and not judge them. Personality adjectives: ** Intensity adverbs: * Frequency adverbs: *** Cindy - I'm really respectful and friendly: I always try to know and understand people rather than judge them. And I l ike feeling important to my friends. Sometimes I'm stubborn and I always think I'm right about everything . But I know what I want: I never act before thinking. I'm very organized and I'm quite sure about my abilities and ideas. Personality adjectives: **** Intensity adverbs: *** Frequency adverbs: *** Maeline - I'm not so shy, I am very confident, I am usually generous. I' m pretty, I love cleaning my house . I like challenges. I am organized. Personality adjectives: **** Intensity adverbs: ** Frequency adverbs: *

Loubna - I'm always very impatient , I'm not very shy and I'm sometimes cold . I'm generally really curious , I'm lazy all the time because I don't like studying .I'm endlessly toler ant , I' m not really respons ible and confident . I'm not outgoing at all , I' m a lit tle selfish . I'm often honest except with my parents . I' m rather ser ious in class but never at home . Personality adjectives: **** Intensity adverbs: **** Frequency adverbs: **** Haila - I'm not very confident. I'm very caring, a little restless. I'm rather hardworking. I'm ??? behind my tracksuit. I'm not at all responsible. I really trust people. Personality adjectives: **** Intensity adverbs: **** Frequency adverbs: 0

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Advertise your dream club Expression orale Instructions

4 frequency adverbs

4 intensity adverbs

4 personality adjectives

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