Rebels without a cause - Anglais LP. Deux pistes : Mission 1 : EE - As the biopic of James Dean "Life" is about to be released, leave a comment on the Englishclass blog or Facebook page, the school newspaper, etc... comparing and giving your opinion about those two iconic film stars for two different audience generations. Mission 2 : IO - As the biopic of James Dean "Life" is about to be released, interview your assistant about an idol : James Dean. In the end, the assistant is questioning you about your favourite actor, Paul Walker. Stratégies d’entrainement au CCF : les élèves pourront... EE : s’entrainer à présenter des personnalités dans une production ordonnée à l’aide de connecteurs logiques IO : donner des informations en réponse à des questions et défendre son opinion.
Thèmes possibles liés à ce scénario : dans le domaine culturel 3, ils pourront présenter une star du cinéma américain, les USA dans les années 50 ou une personnalité emblématique d’une génération. Public : mixte (garçons, filles) Niveau : B1 • Warming up. Art and Culture in the opening credits of Desperate Housewives.
Ova. London. This is the world visited city. Welcome to watchmojo.com and today we'll be continueing travel series with a look at London, England. Found on the river , London is the capital and largest city in England and the . population of almost 8 million is spread out over 610 square miles and this populace features a blend of many different and . You'll also find a mix of and as this bustling metropolis boasts a fascinating .
London’s oceanic climate is a moderate one which is typical of areas. Temperatures in summer are while winters are and extremes are . Despite its reputation as a London doesn’t receive markedly more precipitations than other cities and usually gets very little snow. Each year, approximately 14 million travel to London, making it the world’s most visited city. rich history, blend of cultures and abundance of attractions make it such a popular location. It is famous for its and thriving art scene as well as a blooming and friendly pub culture. New York Travel. If you had time and money, what are three places in the world that you would visit and why? Would you travel by plane, ship, or train? Would you rather stay in a big hotel, a small inn, or even a youth hostel?
Listen to the conversation by pressing the "Play Audio" button and answer the questions. Press the "Final Score" button to check your quiz. [ Other Audio Options: Play RealMedia | Play Window Media ] Listen to the conversation again as you read the Quiz Script. What kinds of things do you like to do when you visit a new place for the first time? Imagine that you are going on vacation to New York City, and you have $1,500 to spend on your entire week vacation. Want to Tell People About This Listening Activity? Now, write your ideas on a similar topic at Randall's ESL Blog HERE. Randall's Sites: Daily ESL | ESL Blog | EZSlang | Train Your Accent | Tips For Students | Hiking In Utah.
Juin | 2011 | Euro section's blog ! | Page 2. This is an amazing TRAVEL BROCHURE created by Perrine and Lisa (3ème EURO). They haven’t been there yet, but they have decided to explore the city of OXFORD, England. Good job, girls ! And this is the outside of the brochure: Read Full Post » This is a TRAVEL brochure about LONDON created by Chloé and Louise (3ème EURO). Read Full Post » This is the INSIDE trifold brochure about LONDON, made by Anaëlle and Stéphanie (3ème Euro) And this is the outside trifold brochure of London: Read Full Post » This is a travel brochure created by Clara and Amandine. Read Full Post » Our 4th Day in England As usual in the morning , we got up and had breakfast . We went back again to the hotel where we had our last english lesson in the conference room. Then, at about 11:00, we took the bus to go to Brighton to have lunch on the beach.
We arrived in Dover (Douvres) to board the Ferry Boat . Read Full Post » City timeline - City history - City of London. Established soon after the Romans invaded Britain in AD43, the City - or 'Square Mile' as it has become known - is situated at the very heart of London and is the place from which modern-day London grew. From the Peasants' Revolt of 1381, to the trial of Lady Jane Grey at Guildhall in 1553 and from the Jack the Ripper murder in 1888 to the funeral of Sir Winston Churchill in 1965, the City of London has a long and eventful history. Click on the headings below to discover its most significant moments, from Roman times to the present day. 50 Founding of London (Londinium)The Roman Governor of Britain (Ostorius Scapula) gives orders to build a permanent base on the north bank of the Thames.
Londinium comes from the Celtic Londinion and may relate to a personal name. 60 Sack of Londinium by Boudicca Boudicca, Queen of East Anglian tribe the Iceni, instigates a revolt. 125 Londinium destroyed by fire A fifth of the City is destroyed by flames. 290 London Mint established It is 289 AD.
Top 10 Neil Patrick Harris Moments. British Railways Publicity. Learn Spanish free online, learn German free... Analysing_painting. Onestopenglish: Number one for English language teachers. Travel. Ressource. Collège. Civilisation. British Life and Culture in the UK - Woodlands Junior School. Hobbies: Fifthgrader - Worksheet. 1) Find the right numbers : 2) Imagine what the boy says : 3) What do you think about him ? Justify your answer. (Adapted from a cartoon by Randy Bish, Pittsburgh, PA - the Tribune-Review - Summer 2006)