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Back to my future!
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Mission 1


Back to my future!




Compétence

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

Did you know?

There are between 10,000 and 15,000 time capsules around the world. The oldest American time capsule was buried in 1795 by P. Revere and S. Adams and discovered in 1994 in Boston. But what exactly is a time capsule?
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Exercice 1 : What is this? What are these?

1
Describe the photographs.



2
Imagine what is inside each time capsule and who their owners are.



3
What would you put in yours? Explain why.



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Exercice 2 : Who are they?

1
Guess what the owner of this time capsule would say to introduce herself/himself!



2
Listen to the 3 teens and gather as much information as you can.



3
Introduce yourself with an interactive picture.



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Who are they?

Who are they?

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Exercice 3 : The oldest time capsule

1
Introduce the document.



2
Read and select key information.



3
Complete a Mindmap.

Where? Size?
When? Time Capsule Weight?
Who? Contents?


4
Search for pictures of this time capsule and describe them.



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Samuel Adams and Paul Revere time capsule

[...] located in a cornerstone of the Massachusetts State House. It is believed to have been buried in 1795 by then-Governor Samuel Adams and Paul Revere. It is the oldest known time capsule in the United States.

The time capsule is a metal container measuring 5-1/2 x 7-1/2 x 1-1/2 inches, and weighing about 10 pounds (4.5 kg). It was first removed from its location in 1855 [...] and removed from its location in December 2014. X-ray examination by conservation specialists at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts revealed the presence of coins and other items. [...] Its contents include newspapers pages of the period, and coins including a rare 1652 Pine tree shilling. There was also a silver plate, probably engraved by Revere, and a copper medal depicting George Washington. The objects will be placed on display for a time, before being returned to the time capsule.

Wikipedia

Grammar

Likes and dislikes

Observe: He likes playing videogames. I enjoy dancing very much. They hate cleaning.

Think: What comes after the subject and verb?

Practise: What do you love? Hate?

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Phonology

Pronounce ‑es

Listen

Talya challenges her brother at cricket. Elijah often watches sport on TV. I have two watches.

Murmur

Murmur: He kisses the brushes in the witches’ boxes.


This object is a...

This object is a...

Define you

Use Vocaroo. Choose three objects that define you and introduce them to your class.

How far can you go?

A1+ I can talk about three objects that are important to me.
A2 I can justify my choices with the help of my notes.
A2+ I can also pronounce most words correctly without reading.
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