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Welcome to my (dream) school!
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Mission 1


Welcome to my (dream) school!





Around the world

Around the world


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Doc. 5
Ridiculous School Rules

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Doc. 6
No rules school


Did you know?

1. School are all free in the US. Right or wrong?
2. How expensive can schools be in the US?  5,000 per year, 50,000 per month or up to 50,000 per year?
3. In England, public schools are open to everybody. Right or wrong?

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Listen

Listen: How funny it is! Not at all, you silly boy!

Réfléchis : Repère les signes de ponctuation. En fin de phrase, la voix est-elle montante ↗ ou descendante ↘ ?

Comment faire une description?

Observe : There is a nap room in this school! There isn’t any in mine! There are some floating schools in Nigeria.

Réfléchis : Quand emploie-t-on there is ? Quand emploie-t-on there are ? Au pluriel, au singulier ?

Conclus : On utilise there is  ... mais there are  ... . À la forme négative on ajoute ... après BE.

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Repeat

Répète : We can go to bed during recess!

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Mission 1

1
Your first mission consists in...











2
You will visit...









3
Choose your level:









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Exercice 1 : Around the world

Graphique lié à l'exercice 3
2
Imagine the organisation of the floating school. a) Where do the lessons take place? b) Where could the playground be?



3
Listen and spot the main elements of this audio document. Fill in the blanks.

a) Amir is in  whereas Elijah is in . They are both on  with their .
b) There are floating schools in Amir's home country because of  (bloods / floods / crowds).

4
Compare the equipment of the floating school with British & American schools equipment.

Floating school British & American schools
Number of pupils
Number of desks
Number of computers




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Exercice 2 : An incredible school

1
Look at the picture. What makes this school so cool?

  • relaxing.
  • very bright.
  • relaxed.
  • incredibly modern.
  • a natural material.
  • gigantic.
The architecture is
The colours are 
The floor pillows are
The wood is
The students look
The round shapes are


2
Imagine incredible rooms you want to find in your dream school. Vote for the best ideas! See Grammar.

Nap room 🛌 Night club 💃🏻
Swimming-pool 🏊 Incredible rooms in my dream school Video games room 🎮




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Exercice 3 : Follow the rules

1
Read the rules. Do you think they are ridiculous? Why?

Rules Ridiculous (yes or no)? Because...
Eat Activia yoghurts.
Speak about snakes.
Read a Harry Potter book.




2
Watch the video. What do the students do in the playground? Choose the right answer(s).

a) They roam around with (shoes. / no shoes. / flip flops.) 
b) They climb (buildings. / fences. / trees.)
c) They ride (tricycles. / bikes. / motorbikes.)

3
Watch the video again. Answer by right or wrong.

a) Pupils have to hide to do these things.
b) The parents make the rules before school.
c) During play sessions, there are basically no rules. 
d) Parents hate it.
e) Teachers don’t help students if they need help. 

4
Why is this school atypical? Fill in the blanks can with or can't.

a) In the playground, pupils do whatever they want.
b) For example, they fight and they make weapons.
c) They also climb trees but they ask for adults to help them.
d) So they learn by themselves what is good for them.

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