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Animist sculptures!

Mission 1

Animist sculptures!

Did you know?

1. Mask-making
2. Mask-making exist in
3. Inuit women used to make
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Animal sculptures

Match the pictures with the right words.
    <stamp theme='esp-blue'>Doc. 1</stamp> A
    <stamp theme='esp-blue'>Doc. 2</stamp> B

    Transform these statements using modals. Look closely at the clues regarding the degree of certainty of the speaker.
    a) I’m not 100% sure but the seal represents innocence. ➝ .
    b) I’d have to check but I also think that the fish stands for the unconscious. ➝ .
    c) There is little doubt: the eagle has good vision. ➝ .

    Here is a list of possible roles for a totem pole. Choose the three likeliest solutions and put them on the podium!
    <stamp theme='esp-blue'>Doc. 3</stamp>
      1 :
      2 :
      3 :
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      Aboriginal beliefs

      Listen to the recording and pick out stressed words. Then, choose the right answers.
      Aboriginal beliefs
      a) Where do the Yup’ik live? (in Alaska. / in the west of England. / in Eskimo.)
      b) The Yup’ik way of life is (modern. / traditional. / a combination of modernity and tradition.)

      Match the two parts of the sentences to discover Yup’ik traditions.
        The Yup’ik had a shaman to
        The Yup’ik gave babies
        Yup’ik people have a modern way of life
        The Yup’ik practised rituals in which they would
        The Yup’ik believed that all

        Create a wordcloud about totems.


        Print this image and write a calligram about the Yup’ik mask. Fill in the space of the masks with keywords about the Yup’ik.
        <stamp theme='esp-blue'>Doc. 5</stamp>

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        Listen: The Yup’ik went /wɛnt/ deer-hunting. They won’t /wəʊnt/ come. I want /wɒnt/ a mask like that.

        Réfléchis : Repère celui des trois mots en gras qui possède un diphtongue. Went se prononce-t-il comme bed ou gene ? Want se prononce-t-il comme problem ou plant ?


        Répète : They went away; they won’t come back - they don’t want to!

        Native-Americans’ Animal Guides

        Match the images with the right words.
          <stamp theme='esp-blue'>Doc. 6</stamp> a.
          <stamp theme='esp-blue'>Doc. 7</stamp> b.
          <stamp theme='esp-blue'>Doc. 8</stamp> c.
          <stamp theme='esp-blue'>Doc. 9</stamp> d.
          <stamp theme='esp-blue'>Doc. 10</stamp> e.

          Choose the right word in each sentence.

          a) With an animal guide, I would never have to feel sadness or (loneliness / loneliless) again!
          b) I would go for a dog! They’re very (cheerness / cheerful)!
          c) Having a bear as an animal guide would be so (useful / useless): it would protect me!
          d) My dream animal guide would be a swan because it moves with a lot of grace. A (graceful / graceless) animal by my side would be amazing!
          e) A bat is not afraid of dark places. Perhaps I would fight my fear of (darkful / darkness) with one of them as a guide.
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          Observe : The crow has no fear: it’s fearless. The elk has a lot of power: it’s very powerful.

          Réfléchis : Un suffixe est un groupe de lettres que l’on ajoute à la fin d’un mot. Repère les suffixes dans la seconde partie des deux phrases ci-dessus. Distingue ensuite l’équivalent de ces suffixes dans la première partie de chaque phrase.

          Conclus : Je crée un adjectif :
          ▪ qui a le même sens que le nom, avec : .
          ▪ qui a un sens opposé au nom, avec + .
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          Mission 1

          You’re going to make your totem pole...

          You’re going to guess which totem belongs to which classmate...

          Choose your level:

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