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What a jazzy life in Chicago!
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Mission 1


What a jazzy life in Chicago!


Did you know?

1. Only black women could play jazz music.
2. The only women involved in jazz were singers.
3. Clubs were not the only place where you could hear some jazz bands.
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Chicago nightlife

1
Label the pictures with these words. Then complete the sentences.

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  • Trombonist
  • Pianist
  • Drummer
  • Banjoist
  • Trumpet player


a.
b.
c.
d.
e.


a) In the foreground
b) In the middle
c) On the left


2
In the list below, click on the sounds that you expect to hear inside the club.



















3
For each list, note the odd one out.

a) 

b) 

c) 

d)   
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Dazzling city

1
Complete the text to explain the title of this section.

  • dynamic
  • young
  • bright
  • shining
  • light
"Dazzling" usually refers to a 
 
, it can be a synonym for "
". In this context it means that Chicago was a very 
city, especially for 
people.

2
Listen to the radio broadcast. Match the two parts of the expressions you hear.

Dazzling city

  • mad
  • Age
  • of adventure
  • of entertainment
  • freedom
  • beer and liquor
  • with smoke
The Jazz
thirst for
dance like
People drank
a form
a life
filled


3
Sort the words related to entertainment from those related to prohibition.

  • danger
  • money
  • law
  • beer
  • police
  • alcohol
  • jazz
  • drank
  • nightlife
  • dance
  • smoke
  • speakeasies
  • arrested
  • forbidden
  • illegal
  • cabarets
Entertainment Prohibition


4
Choose the correct answer to define “prohibition”, “bootlegging” and “speakeasy”.

a) What was prohibition?
b) What is bootlegging?
c) What is a speakeasy?

5
Imagine you live in Chicago in the 1920s. Describe an exciting night in your local speakeasy. Use these verbs or your own ideas:

went
danced
listened
drank
arrested
ran
spoke
flirted
bought

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Jazzmen... and women!

1
Look carefully at the timeline of Joe King Oliver, Lovie Austin and Earl Hines and pick out the places they lived and worked in. What do you notice around the 1920s?

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2
Fill in this riddle with the words: where / who / in / in. Then write your own!

a) He died in the city he had moved 1919. He was a cornet player created the Dixies Syncopator 1925.
➝ It's .

b) .
➝ It’s .

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Phonology

Long sentences

Listen

Listen: Louis Armstrong married Lil Hardin, who was a piano player. He went to Chicago where he played with Joe "King" Oliver. 

Réfléchis : En utilisant des flèches, indique les mouvements de la voix. À quel moments la voix descend-elle ?



Repeat

Répète : He played jazz, which was very popular at that time.
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Grammar

Relatives clauses

Observe : Armstrong married Lil Hardin, who was a piano player. He played jazz, which was very popular. He went to Chicago where he met Joe "King" Oliver. 

Réfléchis : Peux-tu remplacer les pronoms relatifs ?



Conclus : Pour construire une proposition relative : 
  • who
  • where
  • which
  • un objet ou une action
  • une personne
  • un lieu
  • J'utilise
    quand l'antécédent est
    .
  • J'utilise
    quand l'antécédent est
    .
  • J'utilise
    quand c'est
    .
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Mission 1

1
Your first mission is to write...








2
The format used will be...








3
Choose your level:





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