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Murderer! Murderer!
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Mission 1


Murderer! Murderer!




Compétence

Réagir et dialoguer : je participe à une conversation.

Did you know?

Poe’s “The Murders in the Rue Morgue” is considered the first modern detective story in the English‑speaking world. It was written in 1841. In 1887, Sherlock Holmes, the most famous fictional detective, was created by Conan Doyle. Do you like detective stories?

The crime scene

The crime scene

The crime scene

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Exercice 1 : The crime scene

1
Describe the scene. Imagine what happened. What clues were found by the police?



2
Listen to what happened at the crime scene. Take notes.



3
Write the proper police report. Use the passive voice.




A talkative lady!

A talkative lady!

A talkative lady!

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Exercice 2 : A talkative lady!

1
Look at the picture. What are the characters talking about?



2
Listen carefully. Do you think the old lady is a suspect? Why?



3
Take notes and recap.



4
Roleplay the conversation.




A text conversation
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Exercice 3 : A text conversation

1
Present the document.



2
Translate each emoticon into an adjective.



3
Act out the conversation between Ryan and his friend.



4
Imagine his conversation with the police about his alibi. Is he a suspect? Why?



Phonology

Stressed words

Listen

They were in a state of shock: it happened in a flash!

Stutter

The cat is sitting next to the table.

Grammar

Passive voice

Observe: A crime was committed... Clues weren’t found by the police.

Think: Find the subject, auxiliary and verb. Is the subject the doer?

Practise: Say what you know: a man…, some fingerprints…, suspects...


Journalist: “What’s the name of the victim?” Detective: “His name’s Brian O’Neill”

Journalist:
 “What’s the name 
of the victim?” 
Detective: “His 
name’s Brian 
O’Neill”

Act out a press conference

Use VoiceThread and act out a press conference to answer the journalists’ questions about the investigation.

How far can you go?

A2 I can talk about past events with the simple past.
A2+ I can describe the circumstances with the past BE + V-ing.
Vers B1 I can use the passive voice and react spontaneously.
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