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Séquence Breakfast niveau A2 (Segpa)

Séquence Breakfast niveau A2 (Segpa)
Miriam Mascaras, professeur d'anglais au collège Beauséjour de Trinité propose une séquence complète sur le thème du petit déjeuner anglais et américain. Cette séquence de niveau A2 proposée à des élèves de 4ème Segpa pourra être adaptée pour d'autres classes. La tâche finale est d'aider un ami restaurateur à concevoir un menu pour son futur restaurant anglo-américain. Documents de la séquence Document 1 [pdf]: Fiche pour le professeur: présentation des objectifs et activités de communication langagière mis en oeuvreDocument 2 [pdf]: Feuille de travail des élèves qui regroupe l'ensemble des activités de la séquence Ce document pointe vers d'autres documents ou sites utilisés: Date de création : 27/10/2009 @ 12:40 Dernière modification : 29/11/2009 @ 14:56 Catégorie : Page lue 62941 fois Prévisualiser la page Imprimer la page

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