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Mission 2


Your selfie, your story!


Compétence

Parler en continu : je prends la parole pour raconter, décrire, expliquer.

Did you know?

Robert Cornelius, an American photographer, took a selfie in… 1839! And before selfies, there were self-portraits. Rembrandt made more than 90, Van Gogh painted himself more than 43 times.  Do you take selfies? How often? Why?

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Exercice 1 : Selfie challenge

1
Describe this epic selfie. Why are some people taking pictures?



2
If you could take a selfie with a celebrity, who would you choose?



3
Find information about selfie challenges.



4
Do you like the idea of selfie challenges? Make a poll!



5
Write ideas for a summer photo challenge!

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Exotic holiday adventures!

Exotic holiday adventures!

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Exercice 2 : Exotic holiday adventures!

1
Listen. Identify who’s speaking.



2
List places and activities.



3
Concentrate on Jamala’s tone. How does she sound? Why?



4
Do you approve of Amir’s attitude?



5
What do the selfies reveal about Amir’s personality?

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Exercice 3 : Selfie assignment

1
What did Talya and Jenny do during their holidays?



2
Write captions for their selfies. Check your guesses in your workbook.



3
What do you think of their selfies?



4
Ask your neighbour what he/she did while on holiday.



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Phonology

Emphasise a word

Listen

Look at my selfies!
Look at my selfies, not his.

Scream

Scream: That’s so dangerous! That’s so dangerous! That’s so dangerous!

Grammar

Simple past questions

Observe: Where did you go? Did you take pictures?

Think: Which word suggests a past action? Where do you put it?

Practise: Ask your teacher questions about his/her holidays.
Enregistreur audio

I went to India.

I went to India.

Make a slideshow

Use Google slides and make a slideshow to tell your classmates about your holidays.

How far can you go?

A2 I can list events in the past and add some details.
A2+ I can link my sentences together.
Vers B1 I can address my audience directly to sound more interesting.