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Mission 1


Britain's got talent!


Compétence

Écrire et réagir à l'écrit : je recopie, copie, et écris sous la dictée.

Did you know?

Extra-curricular activities are very popular in British and American schools. Students can practise sports or arts, attend robotics or choir clubs. What about you?
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Exercice 1 : School talent show! That’s for me!

1
Look at the document. What do you think it is?



2
List all the words similar to French words.



3
Think of different talents that are not on the list. You can create a word cloud.



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Our school's got talent!
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Exercice 2 : So, what’s your special talent?

1
Listen and write down keywords. Look at the photo and decide who is who.



2
Listen again and complete application forms.

First name Talya Eileen
Age
Nationality
Qualities
Hobbies
Favourite school subject
Performance / Talent


3
Talya answers the jury’s questions. Then, recap.



4
How do you feel about speaking in public? Nervous or confident?



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So, what’s your special talent?

So, what’s your special talent?


talya
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Exercice 3 : The perfect club for you!

1
What type of document is it? What is it about?



2
Do the quiz.



3
Are you happy with your results? Why? Explain.



4
Imagine two more questions to complete the quizz.



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What's the perfect after-school club for you?

Phonology

Short /i/ vs long /i:/

Listen

Listen, live, slim, speak, leave, green.

Scream

Scream: it, eat, little, need, magic, sister, see.

Grammar

Likes and dislikes with V‑ing

Observe: I like cooking. You love drawing. I prefer dancing. I hate singing.

Think: Can you find the common point in these sentences?

Practise: Your turn! What do you love? What do you hate?

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First name: Paul

First name: Paul

Application form

Use GoogleForm and fill in an application form to take part in the famous TV programme Britain’s got talent.

How far can you go?

A1 I can write simple sentences.
A1+ I can write and link my sentences with “and”.
A2 I can also use “but” and an adverb of degree.