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Ch. 0
Prologue: Can you spell... B-E-E?
Thème 1 : Me, myself and I
Ch. 1
School again!
Ch. 2
Talent show!
Ch. 3
Amusement park!
Thème 2 : Across the United Kingdom
Ch. 4
Sport rocks!
Ch. 5
Haunted homes
Ch. 6
Getting around London!
Thème 3 : Through time!
Ch. 7
I, robot!
Ch. 8
George the Dragon Slayer?
Ch. 9
Epilogue: Into the deep...
Cultural spots
Cultural spots

Countdown to Christmas

Culture : je découvre la civilisation des pays anglophones.
Écrire et réagir à l'écrit : je copie et écris sous la dictée.

Workbook p. 132

Did you know?

Christmas is a religious tradition which is now celebrated differently by many people around the world. What about you? What do you celebrate in December?

Up to you!


Stamps printed on Christmas Island
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Crédits : Steve Mann/Shutterstock

Set of 12 stamps printed on Christmas Island (Indian Ocean) depicting the “Twelve Days of Christmas”, 1977.


1. Can you count from 1 to 12? From 1st to 12th?
2. Now and number the stamps from 1 to 12.
3. along!


Find the ordinal numbers in this word snake.

Christmas card
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Crédits : State Library of Queensland, Australia/Wikimedia

Christmas card sent to Brisbane Post Office from the Postmaster General of Great Britain and Ireland, 1897.


1. Observe the . What is the message? How is it illustrated?


Write these numbers in letters:
a. 1897 / b. 1898
Christmas in the UK

British people decorate their Christmas tree and use holly or mistletoe to decorate their homes. They often attend Nativity Plays and Carol Services. Children await Father Christmas who brings them presents. He places them in stockings hung by their beds and then eats mince pies and drinks brandy that children offer him. Children write letters to him and burn them!
On Christmas day, for lunch, British people eat roast turkey, often served with bread sauce, with vegetables like carrots and peas or Brussels sprouts. Dessert is often Christmas Pudding.

Christmas in the USA

American people decorate their Christmas trees with pop-corn threaded on string.
They often decorate their gardens with lights and gigantic statues of Santa, snowmen and reindeers. Many churches have special Christmas Carol services and events where the story of Christmas is told. Many children believe in Santa Claus and they leave some cookies and glasses of milk as a snack for him. Children write and send letters to Santa Claus, to the North Pole.
On Christmas day, for lunch, American people often eat turkey with cranberry sauce.

Santa Clauses from around the world
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1. Compare the different Santa Clauses.
2. Compare and contrast the British and American ways to celebrate Xmas.
3. an infographic about Christmas in the UK and in the US.


How to wish a Merry Christmas? Listen and repeat.

Scotland: “Blithe Yule”
Ireland: “Nollaig Shona Dhuit”
Wales: “Nadolig Llawen”
Hawaii: “Kanakaloka”

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Xmas card

Use and write a Xmas card with a modern version of the “12 Days of Christmas” song.

How far can you go?

I can copy some words and expressions.
I can imitate the nursery rhyme.
I can add modern twist for an original Xmas card.
Santa clause
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