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Home comforts!

Mission 2

Home comforts!

Did you know?

1.The community of people with Chinese origins living in San Francisco is called
2. Little Italy is in San Francisco.
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From Brick Lane to Brixton

Look at the photos and associate the corresponding food, smells or objects you can find there.

    <stamp theme='esp-blue'>Doc. 1</stamp> Brick Lane
    North African Market
    <stamp theme='esp-blue'>Doc. 2</stamp> Asian Market
    Asian Market
    <stamp theme='esp-blue'>Doc. 3</stamp> Indian Market
    Indian Market

    Why do you think it is important for people to have markets like this?

    Create a quiz to know what your classmates would miss if they lived abroad.

    Would you miss… ? My classmate’s answers
    baguette 🍞
    frogs’ legs 🐸
    french rap music 🎵
    your friends 👨‍👧‍👦
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    Colourful London

    Listen to the audio. Where does Lawrence like shopping? What about Amir?
    Colourful London
      Lawrence Amir

      What can they buy in these markets? Find seven words about food in this wordsearch.
      <stamp theme='esp-blue'>Doc. 5</stamp>


      Imagine that you’ve moved abroad. Send a postcard to an old friend to tell him/her about your new life.
      <stamp theme='esp-blue'>Doc. 7</stamp>

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      Longing for home

      Read the title. What themes do you expect to find in this poem?
      Jamaica, My Home Country
      My heart is missing something so dear to me The warmth of Jamaica, my home country
      I missed the way the sand felt beneath my feet
      And the beautiful smiles of the people that we meet
      I missed the wind blowing gently against my cheeks
      And missed the echoes of our voices as we speak
      I missed the taste of sugar cane in the morning
      I missed the glorious sunlight of a new day dawning
      I missed the crowing of the cocks before the day lights
      And the sounds of crickets chirping through the nights
      I missed the constant swaying of the trees
      As they danced to the cool, tantalising breeze
      I missed the pleasant sound of the seashells next to my ear
      I missed the sound of mom’s voice, saying have no fear
      I missed the smell of the fresh sea air
      And those pleasant, but noisy atmospheres
      I missed the way the sellers expertly balanced their loads
      As they walk to the markets on those dusty roads
      I missed the sounds of tiny feet
      As the kids play their games on those dusty streets
      I missed the way my feet felt on the ground
      Without there being any snow around
      These are things I hope to again feel and see
      When I’m back in Jamaica, my home country

      Earl Thompson, 2007.

      Read the poem and fill in the chart with the things the narrator misses.

      The sights The smells The sounds The feelings

      Match the words that rhyme.
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        Listen: I’m awake at dawn.

        Réfléchis : Prononce draw, away, aware, saw.


        Répète : I’m aware that this poem is awesome.


        Subordinate clauses

        Observe : Although Lawrence misses Jamaica, he loves living in London.

        Réfléchis : Repère le connecteur. Distingue la première proposition de la deuxième.

        Conclus : La proposition est dépendante de la . Although exprime une .
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        Mission 2

        I have to...

        I will...

        Choose your level:

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