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Me, my selfie and I!
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Mission 1


Me, my selfie and I!





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What does writing a yearbook mean to you?

★★★★★ “To me, yearbooks are an opportunity to express myself and to enrich the lives of the other members of the student body through the joy of the written word.” 💬  Alisha

★★★★ “Not only are we creating the book, we are coming together as a class and making memories that will last forever.” 💬  Brian

★★★★★ “We do not just write essays and take pictures, we document history.” 💬  Shannon

★★★★★ “A time capsule of this school year. It is something that is so unique and can never be replicated.” 💬  Amanda

★★★ “All of the best moments and memories throughout the year documented in one amazing book you get to keep forever.” 💬  Shayla

Get ready for yearbooks

Get ready for yearbooks


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If I were a colour, I’d be blue like the summer sky.
If I were a film, I’d be Star Wars to use the force,
And if I were a day, I’d be Saturday of course!

If I were a piece of clothing I’d be a pair of shorts
because that’s what you wear when you play sports.
If I were a book, I’d be the BFG because I love Roald Dahl,
If I were an animal, I’d be a tiny mouse.

If I were a city I’d be London with its London Eye,
If I were a dessert I’d be…


by Eileen

Did you know?

1. Chinese portraits come from china. Right or wrong?
2. Shakespeare wrote limericks. Right or wrong?

Another reality

Observe : If I were an animal, I’d be a mouse.

Réfléchis : Ces phrases évoquent-elles une situation passée ? Présente ? Future ? Irréelle ? Quel mot te l’indique ? Entoure les groupes verbaux.

Conclus : Pour imaginer une situation ..., j’utilise ... suivi du verbe au ..., puis l’auxiliaire ... suivi d’une ... .

Listen

Listen

Listen: If I were an animal, I’d be a mouse because I’m extremely shy. If I were a colour, I’d be blue like the summer sky.

Réfléchis : Écoute et tape dans les mains pour marquer le rythme. Souligne les mots accentués.


Repeat


Répète : Entraine-toi à lire le poème en respectant le rythme.

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Mission 1

1
For this mission, I must...















2
My poem should be...









3
Choose your level:









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Exercice 1 : Yearbook memories

1
In group, identify the characters from the cast. What can you say about them? Describe what you can see.💡 Tip: We can see…, There is/are…, We think it’s…



2
Read the reviews. Note the positive comments and write your own positive review!

a) Note the positive comments. 
b) Write your own positive review! 
c) Fill in the blanks (postive, negative, many, few): of the comments are , so  students have a  opinion on yearbooks.

3
This year, make your own yearbook! You can begin now: take a piece of paper and draw yourself. Don't forget to pick a quote to illustrate your motto.



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Exercice 2 : Get ready for yearbooks

1
Listen to the audio file and match each character with his/her hobbies.

  • Passion for reading and writing
  • Having a Vlog
  • New technology and geek stuff
  • Sports (skiing, skateboarding and climbing)
Jamala Elijah


2
What is her/his dream job?



3
Match the objects from the collage to Jamala or Elijah.

  • to ski
  • books
  • writing
  • skateboarding
  • using a cellphone
  • rap singer
  • video games
Jamala's collage Elijah's collage


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Exercice 3 : If I were...

1
Read Eileen’s Chinese portrait. List and classify her favourite things (activities, places, culture...).💡 Tip: She must be… because…, Maybe she’s… since…



2
Eileen has run out of inspiration. Can you finish her poem for her? Use rhymes.If I were a city, I’d be... If I were a dessert, I’d be...



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