The+Landlady+by+Roald+Dahl by fjzhangweiyun. Landlady_text.pdf. Landlady_wordwork.pdf. Landlady_pre%20reading.pdf. Landlady_after%20reading.pdf. Teacher Ideas - "The Way Up to Heaven" Classroom Activities. Teacher Ideas "The Way Up to Heaven" Classroom Activities These exercises were sent in by Jocelyn Allen, an Australian teaching English in Germany.
They have been specially designed for non native English speakers. Thanks Jocelyn! Vocabulary Work. The Landlady. About this BritLit kit Billy Weaver, a young man visiting the City of Bath for the first time, is looking for accommodation.
He is inexplicably drawn to a house where the landlady seems to be expecting him. The house and the landlady seem friendly and welcoming, and he looks forward to staying there. Signing the guest book, two names disturb him. Where has he heard them before? Why aren't there any other guests? The themes drawn from this story include poisoning, embalming and taxidermy as well as a look at witches. The kit, originally written in 2003, was updated in 2007 and 2013. The materials in this BritLit Kit are available to download in the Attachments box below. You can also listen to the audio included in the attachments below. How to use this BritLit kit The material is divided into three sections: Pre-reading, After reading, and Word Work. Teacher Ideas - "The Landlady" Classroom Activities. Teacher Ideas "The Landlady" Classroom Activities These exercises were sent in by Frankie Meehan, an ESL Teacher at United World College of SE Asia, Singapore.
If you have any questions, please e-mail him at email@example.com. Thanks Frankie! NOTE: Any page/line numbers below refer to Tales of the Unexpected, Penguin, 1979. 1. With a partner, use the following sentences to make up a story. He pressed the bell. 2. Read Roald Dahl's story, then answer the following questions. Why does Billy Weaver walk “briskly” down the street (line 21)? Back. Google Image Result for. Dahl,%20Roald%20-%20The%20Collected%20Short%20Stories%20of%20Roald%20Dahl,%20Volume%202.pdf.
Thewayuptoheaven.pdf. Etudier une nouvelle en classe d'anglais. Un article de Wiki Agreg-Ink.
Cette page a été compilée à partir des remarques faites sur le forum Agreg-Ink. Si un lien est invalide, n'hésitez pas à vous INSCRIRE et à le REMPLACER. Ce site est collaboratif, il a besoin de vous ! Classement par ordre alphabétique. Le niveau est une indication qui a été attribuée par les participants au forum. Collège Appointment With Love by S.I. Lycée Address Unknown de (Katherine) Kressman Taylor ici, BBC play iciDésirée's Baby de Kate Chopin ici Examination Day d’Henry Slesar ici The First Day by Edward Jones : Etudiée dans Password Literature (Editions Didier), le texte se trouve ici : et ici, la vidéo avec l'auteur lisant la nouvelle : The Fun They Had d’Isaac Asimov iciLamb to the Slaughter de Roald Dahl ici The Legend of SLeepy Hollow de Wahington Irving The Man Who Loved FLowers de Stephen King  + vidéo : Mr Jones de Truman Capote ici, contexte de Guerre Froide. Classement thématique Sur l'Afrique du Sud Sur l'école. Cercle Gallimard de l'enseignement/Roald Dahl.
Biographie Il arrête ses études à dix-huit ans car il rêve de voyager.
Il est engagé par la compagnie Shell comme «stagiaire au service Orient ». En 1936 il est envoyé en Afrique orientale et part pour Mombasa. AL7AN16TDPA0111-Sequence-01.pdf. Mise_en_oeuvre_du_scenario.pdf. Presentation_genarale_et_objectifs.pdf. Kiss Kiss - Roald Dahl. In these dark, disturbing stories Roald Dahl explores the sinister side of human nature: the cunning, sly selfish part of each of us that leads into the territory of the unexpected and unsettling.
Originally published in 1960, Kiss Kiss brings together 11 of Roald's macabre adult tales. William and Mary was later adapted for Roald's American television series 'Way Out and several of the stories appeared in British television adaptations for the series Tales of the Unexpected in the 1980s. Also included here is The Champion of the World - the first time Roald wrote about the man who would go on to become Danny's dad in Danny the Champion of the World. In 2011, three of the stories in this collection - William and Mary, The Landlady and Mrs Bixby and the Colonel's Coat - were adapted for the theatre by Jeremy Dyson and Andy Nyman, along with two of Roald's other short stories to form the Twisted Tales production, which enjoyed a short run at the Lyric Hammersmith theatre.