Pick out all the names, dates, and places that you hear.
Use keywords you have heard to present the video (Who? What? Where? When?).
What type of video is it (fiction, documentary...)?
so it probably deals with...
It is about… It presents…
Pick out elements about Halloween: how, when and why it was celebrated? What was it called then?
What do people usually think about Halloween?
What’s the goal of the video?
Back in the days, ...
They used to… but now…
The video aims at V-ing...
Let's talk this out!
Share your findings with your classmates.
Where does Halloween come from? How can you explain this tradition?
What do you usually do on Halloween? Do you like Halloween? Why?
On Halloween, I enjoy V-ing…
Usually, I… I found it quite surprising that…
I had never heard of / already heard of the origins of Halloween.
Language in progress
L’habitude dans le passé
Il existe deux façons de parler d’une habitude dans le passé :
• Would + V (pas de to)
• Used to + V. Il indique une rupture avec le présent (c’était vrai mais ça ne l’est plus maintenant). ►Exercices p. 7 ►Précis grammatical p. 270
Two truths and one lie
Write three sentences on what you have learnt on this double page: two are true and the third one is a lie.
In groups of 4, tell your sentences to your neighbors, will they find which sentence is a lie?
Over to you!
Let’s use what you have learnt in and / or !
Along with three other members of the committee, you have to decide which film / TV show pilot will be broadcast at your school for Halloween. Make a choice and be ready to justify it.
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