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Get Ready for the Final Project
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Get Ready for the Final Project


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Ready... Go through what you have seen so far.

Step 1: In groups (each group is in charge of one category), browse the unit in the book and your notes in your copybook to make a list of all the things you have studied in this unit.

Group 1
Vocabulary

Group 2
Grammar

Group 3
Methods

Group 4
Cultural knowledge


Step 2: Make new groups with one person from group 1, one person from group 2, one person from group 3… Then, share your findings to fill in a mind map of the unit on your copybook.
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Steady... Read carefully the assessment grid of your project.

Read the scenario of your final project and think about the possible dos and don’ts. From the list below, select the items corresponding to your project and write their number in the right category.

Tip: What do you think would be your assets?
To which aspect do you have to pay particular attention?


I must... I may... I should'nt...

1) Make notes on the pronunciation of difficult words.
2) Pay attention to the pronunciation of vowels.
3) Give my opinion and illustrate it with personal examples.
4) Use vocabulary seen in the unit.
5) Use interaction expressions.
6) Organise my text by using link words. Précis de communication p.258
7) Proofread my text.
8) Make references to elements I studied in the unit.
9) Practice to make sure I can talk about dates and events.
10) Write a story taking place in one of the works of fiction mentioned in the units.
11) Talk about the screen adaptations that I liked and why.
12) Copy an existing work of medieval fiction and include a cliffhanger.
13) Use relative clauses.
14) Use subordinate clauses of cause and aim
15) List the similarities and differences between Shakespeare’s plays and Game of Thrones.
16) Compare two works of medieval fiction.
17) Research Shakespeare’s inspirations in real events.
18) Invent a unique world.
19) Use an unusual type of hero / heroine.
20) Make references to British medieval history.
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Go! In your textbook, get started on your final project!
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