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I'm not a robot!
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Mission 1


I'm not a robot!





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Josh

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Amir

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Fed up with chores!

Fed up with chores!


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Doc. 7
Wallace and Gromit’s Cracking Contraptions


Did you know?

1. What did Al-Jazari design? An “elephant phone”, an “elephant clock” or an “elephant radio”?
2. Was this robot used at royal parties, during football matches or at school?
3. This robot dates from the 19th century. Right or wrong?

La fréquence

Observe : How often do you make your bed?

Réfléchis : Repère l’auxiliaire, le verbe puis l’adverbe dans la question.

Conclus : Pour demander la fréquence d’une action, j’utilise How ... do you + BV  ?

Listen

Listen

Listen: I choose to do chores but I never wash dishes.

Réfléchis : Écoute la prononciation et concentre-toi sur les lettres « ch » et « sh ». Puis, réflèchis quant à la bonne prononciation pour les mots suivants. a) Choose: /ʃ/ or /tʃ/? b) Chores: /ʃ/ or /tʃ/? c) Wash: /ʃ/ or /tʃ/? d) Dishes: /ʃ/ or /tʃ/?


Repeat

Repeat

Répète : She shares her chores but she doesn’t share her chocolate.

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Mission 1

1
Your first mission is to...









2
Choose the abilities you have as a robot.











3
Choose your level:









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Exercice 1 : Too many chores… for a human!

1
Click on the phrases that best describe the picture.





















2
Do you often do chores at home? Select the correct answer.

Do you often do chores at home? Yes, always. Yes, often. Yes, sometimes. No, never.
Do you cook meals?
Do you wash the floor?
Do you make your bed?
Do you set the table?




3
Create a survey to ask about your partner’s habits.

Do you often…? How often…? Your partner’s answer
Do you often help at home? Yes, my partner often helps at home.




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Exercice 2 : Fed up with chores!

1
Look at the picture and answer the following questions.

a) Do the characters look happy? (Yes / No).
b) “Fed up” means (very bored / very excited).
c) Guess which chores they really hate. 

2
Listen to the recording and write down key words.



3
Link each boy with his chores.

  • Hoover my bedroom.
  • Empty the dishwasher.
  • Take the bin out.
  • Make my bed.
  • Set the table.
  • Clear the table.
  • Mow the lawn.
Amir Josh


4
The boys are so fed up with chores, they decide to go on strike. Imagine their protest signs with slogans.💡 Tip: No more...! Stop...! Let’s...!



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Exercice 3 : A very helpful robot!

1
Brainstorm ideas about the title and the picture.💡 A contraption /kənˈtræpʃən/: a gadget, a device.

Picture
Wallace and Gromit’s Cracking Contraptions




2
What will happen next? Note down your hypotheses. Then, watch the video and tick the right ones.

I think... Hypotheses Right?
Wallace is going to
Gromit is going to
The robot is going to




3
Imagine you are Gromit and you want Wallace to stop inventing robots. Complete your argument, then practise with your partner.

Gromit: “Wallace! I am fed up! You must stop . They are and they never . It’s always a . I think you can something more . Don’t you agree?”

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