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Looking forward, looking back!
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Looking forward, looking back!




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Get ready

1
Read the question: "What memories will you have of your time at school?" Distinguish the nouns and the auxiliary.



2
Link each word to a time period.

    will
    memories
    school


    3
    Fill in the blanks to reformulate the question.

    This chapter invites me to reflect on memories at school, myself in the and my intentions for the .

    4
    Brainstorm from the title of the chapter and fill in the mindmap.

    Back
    ←  Looking forward, looking back  →
    Forward
    Looking


    5
    Check with this table what you already know.

    Today, can you... Prove it! 🙂 🙁
    talk about yourself? I am and I have.
    describe your tastes? I’m keen on but I can’t stand.
    introduce someone? He / she is and has.
    tell stories with the simple past? Last year, .
    make hypotheses with if? If I pass my exam, I will.
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    Observe and listen

    Graphique lié à l'exercice 1
    a
    b
    c
    d
    e
    1
    Associate each letter with the corresponding objects.

      a
      b
      c
      d
      e


      2
      Match each painting with an artist.
      ang3001ouvselfportrait-rockwellbis
      1
      2
      3
      4


        1.
        2.
        3.
        4.


        3
        Listen to the audio and choose the words relevant to the painting.

        The audio guide to the painting

















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        Let’s have fun

        1
        Listen to the poem and the rhyme pattern. Note the rhymes in the extract.
        Poem: "My last year of school"



        2
        Which vowel sounds are used in the rhymes /ə/ or /eɪ/? Complete with the phonetic between the slashes.

        My last year of school is a time to remember, 


        I want to work hard right from September.


        If I had enough sense, I’d learn my lessons every day,


        Then revising for exams would be child’s play! [...]


        3
        Note the /aɪ/ and /ɪ/ sounds.



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