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Mission 1


No place like home?




Compétence

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

Did you know?

There are approximately 195 countries in the world today; 145 of them have signed the United Nations Convention relating to the Status of Refugees. What is a “refugee”, according to you?

Searching for safe haven
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Exercice 1 : Searching for safe haven

1
Look at these pictures. What do you see?



2
Who do you think these people are? Imagine how they must be feeling. Make hypotheses.



3
Imagine why they are making this journey. What do you think awaits them?



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Steve Jobs

Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders

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Exercice 2 : The power of words

1
Observe and identify the document.



2
What is the artist’s message?



3
Watch the video. Note down keywords and figures.



4
Define: “a displaced person”, “a refugee”. Who defined the political meaning of the word “refugee”? When?



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The world’s displaced people
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Exercice 3 : The world’s displaced people

1
What does the chart show? Where do these figures come from?



2
Where do most of the refugees come from?



3
Name the top three host countries for refugees.



4
How many displaced people are still living in their home countries?



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Phonology

Intonation

Listen

That persecution may be due to their race ↗ or political opinion ↘.

Exclaim

People may suffer persecution because of religion ↗, race ↗ or political affiliation ↘.

Grammar

Hypotheses

Observe: They must be frightened. They must have left their home country. They might be fleeing a civil war.

Think: Spot the auxiliaries and the verb forms. Which tense does each verb phrase refer to?

Practise: Make hypotheses about the people on the pictures in Activity 1.

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6 million children are in danger in Syria today.

6 million
 children are 
in danger in 
Syria today.

Present information about a country in crisis.

Use Piktochart. Research a country in crisis. Get facts and figures, then present your information to the class.

How far can you go?

A2 I can list facts and figures.
A2+ I can give background information.
Vers B1 I can make hypotheses about the past, the present and the future.