Parler en continu : je prends la parole pour raconter, décrire, expliquer.
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Every hero needs a sidekick, a friend he or she can rely on: Tintin and his dog Snowy, Astérix and Obélix, Batman and Robin, Deadpool and his friend Bob, Agent of Hydra… What makes a superhero “super”?
Spot the important elements (place, names, date, time).
Sum up what happened to the boy.
What about the heroine of the story? Was she a superhero?
Make a poster advertising the qualities of your personal hero!
The little big man!
New Jersey, 6 September, 2016
Ian McGreevy, 8, was playing baseball with his Little League team in New Jersey when a ball struck him hard against the chest and knocked him flat on the ground. Everyone thought he was just shocked but it was much more serious than that: he actually went into cardiac arrest. A mother from the opposite team, Maureen Renaghan, jumped in to help. According to NBC 4 New York, Renaghan rushed to perform CPR on the boy. He was fully breathing when the ambulance arrived on the scene to take him to the hospital, and has since made a full recovery. “I learned CPR 20 years ago,” Renaghan said. “It’s easier than you think!”
Adapted from Laura Vitto, “8 Real-Life Superheroes Who Saved the Day”, Mashable, January 2013.
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Exercice 3 : The Real Life Super Hero Project
Watch the video. Who is talking? What is his “job”?
Why did he decide to do this job?
Who does he help? How?
How did he help the sick child?
Imagine your everyday superhero (costume, abilities, etc.) and compare it to your classmates’. Use comparatives.
Peter Tangen, The Real Life Super Hero Project.
DC’s Guardian guards the gigantic guests.
Murmur:Girl, you have got to read The Guardian!
Observe: It was much more serious than they thought. It’s easier than you think.
Think: Spot the adjectives. What happened to them?
Practise: Compare your two favourite superheroes.
I was walking in the street when...
Play the 2 Truths 1 Lie Challenge
Play the 2 Truths 1 Lie Challenge. Think about three stories involving an (extra)ordinary superhero.
Two stories must be real and one has to be invented.
How far can you go?
A1+ I can use link words to make my speech clearer. A2 I can use both the past tense and the past BE + V-ing to tell my stories. A2+ I can compare my three heroes to another superhero.
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