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Mission 2


Road to legend!


Compétence

Écrire et réagir à l'écrit : j'écris pour raconter et décrire.

Did you know?

Knight orders exist throughout Europe and the world. In England, there is the Order of the Garter. In Spain and Portugal, there is the Order of Santiago. Samurai in Japan can be described as knights as well. Do knights still exist today?
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Exercice 1 : A remake of the story

1
Describe the picture and compare it to the original legend.



2
Imagine the dialogue. Write speech balloons.



3
Act out an interview in which the characters of this story explain what happened.



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Kill the princess, Save the dragon
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Exercice 2 : The full legend

1
Sound off. Identify the characters, the setting and actions. Describe what is happening.



2
Sound on. Complete your notes with keywords.



3
List the villagers’ solutions. Which one is the best?



4
What did George do? Use the simple past.



5
What are the words the narrator uses to organise his story?

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St George and the Dragon.
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Exercice 3 : A Russian version

1
Anticipate the story from the title. Which words can you read?



2
Pick out keywords (who, where, when, what).



3
Concentrate on verbs and get ready to retell the story! Use irregular verbs.



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Russian story of St George and the dragon

The inhabitants of the pagan city of Troy worshipped nothing but gold and silver, we are told, so the Lord made the water courses run molten gold instead of water, with the result that these two products were soon transposed in value. After a time He took pity on the misery and thirst of the people, and made a deep lake in front of their town; but as a punishment he placed there a monster dragon, who demanded from the people a maiden every day in exchange for water. Soon the supply of the former ran short, and all the maids in the place were sacrificed to the monster, except the King’s daughter. When her turn came to follow her sisters, and she was placed by the lake side, the dragon came up to devour her, as he had done her predecessors; but St George descended from heaven on a milk-white horse, and after the exciting conflict depicted in the eikon slew the dragon.


The Evening Post, Friday 5 October 1900.

Phonology

Stressed words

Listen

George attacked the dragon, won the fight and killed the dragon.

Sing

Sing: One day, he came to a small village and met a dragon that lived in a cave.

Grammar

Irregular verbs

Observe: Once upon a time there was a knight. He had many adventures. The villagers gave their gold. George fought the dragon and he won.

Think: Spot the verbs. Can you identify the BV?

Practise: Dub the video (The full legend).

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He has a white horse.

He has a white horse.

Create a DVD sleeve

Use Canva and design a DVD sleeve for an authentic or revised version of St George and the Dragon.

How far can you go?

A1 I can describe people and events in the past.
A1+ I can link my sentences using so and but.
A2 I can write chronologically.
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