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Is it too late?
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Mission 2


Is it too late?





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MAN


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gunshot
paper flying
frogs croaking
rock music
chicken clucking
electric razo
children laughing
cars honking
birds tweeting

The power to change

The power to change


What have we done?

What have we done?

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What have we done?

Destroyed our natural habitat
Abandoned our planet
Made so many mistakes
Altered our children's world
Gambled with it
Earned so much money but
Darkened our future

Elijah

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What have we done

Looked for innovative solutions
Imagined ways to live better
Solved some environmental issues
Tried to treat our planet better
Envisioned our future
Not done enough though
Expected a brighter picture
Decided to take action

Eileen

Did you know?

1. Project "Rainforest Connection" defends deforestion. Right or wrong?
2. Their cellphones use a lithium battery. Right or wrong?
3. In Amsterdam, some houses float on water. Right or wrong?

Listen

Listen

Listen: We haven't respected anything; we haven't earned anything. 

Réfléchis : Comment se prononce la terminaison de haven't ? /vət/, /vənɒt/ ou /vənt/.

Present HAVE + V-en with for and since

Observe : We have polluted our planet for more than 50 years. Since 2000, the situation has worsened. 

Réfléchis :
a) Relève les verbes et les auxiliaires. Les évènements sont-ils terminés ?
b) Sont-ils datés ?
c) Y a-t-il une différence entre since et for ?

Conclus : On forme le present HAVE + V-en avec l'auxiliaire ... conjugué au ... suivi du ... du verbe. Cet évènement commencé dans le ... se poursuit dans le ... .

Repeat

Repeat

Répète : We haven't treated it well; we haven't imagined the consequence!

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Mission 2

1
Your first mission is to...









2
Obligatory elements to use:



3
Choose your level:









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Exercice 1 : Looking back

Graphique lié à l'exercice 2
1
Watch the video. Match each animal with the corresponding transformed object.

  • wool
  • carpet
  • piano keys
  • coat
  • chicken wings
elephant
sheep
hen
cheetah
seal


2
Select the sounds you can hear in the video.





















3
Listen carefully to the music of the video.

a) What type of music is it?
b) How does it change as the video plays?
c) What do you think of the music? (😍 /😐 / 😡 )

4
Try to explain the artist's purpose.

a) The artist intends to (+ BV) .
b) He aims at (+ V-ing.

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Exercice 2 : The power to change

Graphique lié à l'exercice 4


Graphique lié à l'exercice 5
1
Name the symbols you can see on the infographic.

a.
b.
c.
d.
e.




2
Label the infographic with the letter of the corresponding definition.

  • The number of trees necessary to absorb a ton of CO.
  • A British citizen’s production of carbon dioxide.
  • The number of causes of carbon dioxide.
Carbon footprint 4 major causes of carbon dioxide Corresponding trees


3
Listen to the recording and write the words you can hear. You may complete the world cloud with your own findings:environment / supporter / BBC / a tree lover / beautiful / birth / Amazonia / coal / planet / secure.



4
Which solutions and explanations did you hear in the recording?



5
React to the programme #CostingTheEarth



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Exercice 3 : Pessimistic or Optimistic?

1
Listen to the poems. Write the positive words and the negatives ones.



2
Discuss the poems with your partner and vote for your favourite one. Explain.

a) My favourite poem is (Elijah’s poem. / Eileen’s poem.)
b) My partner’s choice is (Elijah’s poem. / Eileen’s poem.)
c) Because .

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