Anglais Cycle 4
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Thème 1 : Back to school!
Ch. 1
My school, my rules!
Ch. 2
Your choice, your voice!
Ch. 3
Act and react!
Thème 2 : Around the world!
Ch. 4
A visit to Emerald Isle!
Ch. 5
Highlands Fair Play!
Ch. 6
Let's hit the road!
Ch. 7
The Food Truck Project
Ch. 8
Piki mai, kake mai!
Ch. 9
Dream job: now casting!
Thème 3 : Through time!
Ch. 10
Bucket list
Ch. 11
Pardon my French!
Ch. 12
Be the change!
Ch. 13
Let's swing!
Ch. 14
Ancient wisdom
Ch. 15
I want to break free!
Thème 4 : About stories!
Ch. 16
Arthur, Lady G. & Co.!
Ch. 17
Once upon a time in Bollywood!
Ch. 18
Love to Death!
Ch. 19
Usual suspects!
Ch. 20
Indigenous myths!
Ch. 21
Star-crossed lovers!
Thème 5 : Speak up!
Ch. 22
Think before you post!
Ch. 23
We stand as one
Ch. 24
The World in One City!
Cultural spots
Grammar
Chapter 5
Mission 1

South Africa: a kaleidoscope of cultures

Réagir et dialoguer : j'échange avec un interlocuteur.

Workbook p. 72

Did you know?

Apartheid comes from Afrikaans, the language spoken in South Africa and Namibia. The Afrikaans word is derived from Dutch. It means “separateness” or “apartness”. Find out how inhabitants fought for their rights!

1
May I sit next to you?

Activities

Apartheid

Apartheid means ‘apart-hood' or ‘the state of being apart' and was the system of racial inequality, segregation and discrimination in South Africa that was started after World War II. It was enforced by the laws of the South African National Party governments from 1948 to 1994. These white government officials ruled in the nation of South Africa which had a majority of black people. Their laws cut the rights of all black citizens so that they were not equal to other citizens in the country.

www.historyforkids.net.
The Racial Minefield He Called Home
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Crédits : Ernest Cole Family Trust/Courtesy of Hasselbald Foundation

Ernest Cole, The Racial Minefield He Called Home, The Ernest Cole Family Trust / Hasselblad Foundation, mid '60s.

1.  Describe the picture.
2.  Guess where and when it was taken.
3.  Use . What are the artist's intentions?

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What was life like during apartheid?

Activities
Apartheid notice on a beach near Capetown
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Crédits : James Davis/Alamy

Apartheid notice on a beach near Capetown, 1976.


1.  Look at the photo. Why are there 2 languages on this sign?
2.  Listen to the document once and pick out words you understand.
3.  Listen again and focus on the dates.
4.  Explain what apartheid was. Use the passive voice.
5.  Create an interactive apartheid .

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“I'm ready to die”

Activities
Nelson Mandela
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Crédits : Alexander Caminada/Alamy

Nelson Mandela

Nelson Mandela's trial

The trial which started in October 1963 is often referred to as “the trial that changed South Africa”. Ten leading opponents of apartheid were then brought to court on sabotage charges. They faced the death penalty. In what was arguably the most profound moment in the trial, Nelson Mandela made a speech in the dock in which he condemned the court as 'illegitimate'.

The trial ended on 12 June 1964, with the court sentencing eight of the defendants to life imprisonment. All were found guilty and were incarcerated on Robben Island Prison, with the exception of Goldberg, who was sent to Pretoria Central Prison where he served 22 years.

At the time, Pretoria Central was the only high security wing for white political prisoners in South Africa.

Adapted from South African History Online, “Rivonia Trial 1963-1964”.

1.  Read the article and give information about the trial (location, dates).
2.  Explain what happened to him using the passive voice.
3.  Use . List 5 adjectives to describe Mandela, and associate them with pictures of him.
4.  Listen to an extract from his .

Phonology

Suffixes


Liberation! A democratic society full of opportunities! Shout: Security, anxiety... Relaxation!

Grammar

Passive voice


Observe: Living in white areas is not forbidden nowadays. Many people have been killed in Sharpville. Nelson Mandela was elected President.

Think:
Is the subject doing the action?

Practise:
Write 3 other sentences about apartheid using the passive voice.

Roleplay a conversation

Your history teacher has organised a video conference with a South African person who lived during apartheid. In pairs, roleplay the conversation, using .

How far can you go?

A2
I can ask and answer basic questions about a person's past life.
A2+
I can list past bans, obligations and permissions.
B1
I can use complex sentences with relative pronouns and the passive voice.

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