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In a perfect world!
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Mission 2


In a perfect world!




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World Refugee Day

On June 20 each year, the world commemorates the strength, courage, and resilience of millions of refugees. World Refugee Day was first marked in 2001. Tens of thousands of people around the world take time to recognize and applaud the contribution of those forced to flee. The annual commemoration is marked by a variety of events in over 100 countries, involving government officials, aid workers, celebrities, civilians and the forcibly displaced themselves.

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Secret Crowds



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Dear President Obama


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Another reality

Observe : If I had my own world, I’d build you an empire.

Réfléchis : La proposition en if parle d’une situation irréelle ou réelle ? Le verbe est au présent ou au passé ? Quel est l’autre verbe présent dans la phrase ? Ce verbe est composé d’un ... et d’une ... . Cette phrase parle d’une réalité ou d'une possibilité ?

Conclus : Pour parler d’une réalité alternative, j’emploie l’auxiliaire ... + ... . Je donne les conditions pour cette réalité alternative en démarrant avec une proposition en ... .

Did you know?

1. Who is Malala? A Syrian refugee or a Nobel Peace Prize laureate?
2. She received a prize at a young age. Right or wrong?
3. Is she famous because she fends for education, immigration or peace?

Listen

Listen

Listen: I’d build you an empire. There’d be no more wars.

Réfléchis : Le ’d des deux phrases est la contraction du mot had ou would ? L’accent tonique se place sur l’auxiliaire ou sur la base verbale ?


Repeat

Repeat

Répète : They’d live in a safe place. They’d be able to go to school.

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Mission 2

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My mission is to...









2
The topic will be...









3
Choose your level:









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Exercice 1 : Standing together

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1
Look at the picture. Describe it.



2
Find an equivalent for each part of the slogan.

  • to make their future brighter
  • children who’ve fled their countries
  • however we have to do everything possible
  • don’t have any place to live
Refugee children
have lost their homes
but we cannot allow them
to lose their future.


3
Complete the chart with information from the text.

What? When? Where? Goal?




4
Sum up World Refugee Day in one sentence.



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Exercice 2 : Make the world a better place

1
Can you find more than ten words from the lyrics in the grid?



2
If you could change three things in the world, what would you do?

a) If I could change one thing, .
b) If I could choose, .
c) If I could replace .

3
If you were asked to write another stanza for the song, what would you say? Vote for the best songwriters.

If I had my own world, I’d , There’d be .

4
Watch the video and read the last two verses. Who are the “secret crowds”?



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Exercice 3 : The world at peace

1
Watch the video. Select the adjectives used by Alex, or those which represent his feelings.





























2
Watch the video again and fill in the gaps.

In my school, I have a from Syria, Omar, and I will introduce him to Omar. We can all play . We can him to birthday parties and he will us another language. We can teach him too, just like my friend Aoto from Japan. Please tell him that his will be Alex who is a very kind boy, just like him.

3
Look at the words you used to fill in the gaps. What do they suggest?💡 Tips: generosity, ...



4
Imagine your own letter to the President.

Dear Mr President,

I would like to help refugee children .
I could .
We could .

Sincerely,


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