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In a perfect world

Mission 2

In a perfect world


Parler en continu : je prends la parole pour donner mon opinion.

Did you know?

Malala Yousafzai, the youngest Nobel Prize laureate in history, opened a school for Syrian refugee girls. What do you know about Malala?

Refugee children

World Refugee Day

“On June 20 each year, the world commemorates the strength, courage, and resilience of millions of refugees. World Refugee Day was first marked in 2001. Tens of thousands of people around the world take time to recognize and applaud the contribution of those forced to flee. The annual commemoration is marked by a variety of events in over 100 countries, involving government officials, aid workers, celebrities, civilians and the forcibly displaced themselves.”

Exercice 1 : Standing together

Concentrate on the photo. What is the message conveyed?

Read and focus on dates and figures.

Define World Refugee Day. Imagine how it’s celebrated.

Design a poster for World Refugee Day.

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Secret Crowds

If I had my own world
I'd fill it with wealth and desire
A glorious past to admire
And voices of kids out walking dogs,
Birds, planes, cleanest cars.

If I had my own world
I'd love it for all that's inside it
There'd be no more war, death or riots
There'd be no more police, packed-parking lots,
Guns, bombs sounding off.

If I had my own world
I'd build you an empire
From here to the far lands
To spread love like violence.

Let me feel you, carry you higher
Watch our words spread hope like fire
Secret crowds rise up and gather
Hear your voices sing back louder.

Angels & Airwaves, "Secret Crowds" (lyrics), 2008.

Angels And Airwaves/Youtube/DR

Exercice 2 : Make the world a better place

List 4 positive and 4 negative things mentioned in the lyrics.

If you could change 3 things in the world, what would you do?

Read the last two verses. Who are the “secret crowds”?

Watch the video and sing along!

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The Washington Post/Youtube/DR

Exercice 3 : The world at peace

Look at the picture and guess what’s written on Alex’s paper.

Watch the video. What is Alex offering?

What does Barack Obama encourage people to do at the end?

“In a perfect world, every child...”. Imagine several endings for this sentence.

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I’d build you an empire. There’d be no more wars.


They’d live in a safe place. They’d be able to go to school.


Another reality

Observe: If I had my own world, I’d build you an empire.

Think: Find the two verb phrases in the sentence. What’s the role of “if”?

Practise: Imagine: “If I could change one thing in the world…”

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In a perfect world, people would live free.

In a perfect world, people would live free.

Recite a slam

Use Powtoon. Recite a slam about a better world in front of the class.

How far can you go?

A2 I can describe a perfect world in simple terms.
A2+ I can list the necessary conditions for a perfect world.
Vers B1 I can also add rhymes and use varied vocabulary.
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