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I want to break free!
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I want to break free!




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Get ready

1
What would you do to stand up for your rights? Reformulate the question. Fill in the blanks with these words.

    In case of
    , what
    . would I
    to
    my freedom?

    2
    What word, meaning “combat”, can complete these two phrases?

    a) (5 letters) for your rights (rhyming).
    b) Freedom-er (5 letters) (alliteration).

    3
    What do these words mean to you? Find synonyms or examples for each.

    Break I want to break free! Free
    Fight


    4
    Check with this table what you already know.

    Today, can you... Prove it! 🙂 🙁
    recount events?
    Last week,
    analyse a photograph? There is There are (+V-ing)
    express obligations and give permissions? I have to You may
    make comparisons? Between life in the 1950’s and life today
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    Observe and listen

    1
    Observe and describe the artwork.
    Three Greats Take a Selfie in Heaven
    Three Greats Take a Selfie in Heaven

    Pierre Ballouhey, Three Greats Take a Selfie in Heaven, 2013.

    a) Who are the characters?
    b) Where does the scene take place?
    c) What are they doing? 

    2
    Complete with the correct words.
      This document is a
      . It is
      Three Greats Take a Selfie in Heaven”. It was
      by Pierre Ballouhey in 2013. It
      three famous activists.

      3
      Listen to the audio guide and complete this biography.
      Audio guide

      Name:
      Date of birth:
      Nationality:
      First job:
      Fought against: for: 
      Forms of protest:
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      Let’s have fun

      1
      Listen to the recording. Does “tears” in line three rhyme with “chairs” or “cheers”?



      2
      Look out! Some -ear words rhyme with “cheer”, but others rhyme with “chair”. Match these words to the correct vowel sound.

        /eə/ (chair) /ɪə/ (cheer)
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        Simple Mind, “Mandela Day”


        It was 25 years they take that man away

        Now the freedom moves in closer every day

        Wipe the tears down from your saddened eyes

        They say Mandela’s free so step outside

        Oh oh oh oh Mandela day

        Oh oh oh oh Mandela’s free

        It was 25 years ago this very day

        Held behind four walls all through night and day