Myths & Heroes // Power : where & how
To Be or Not To Be a Soldier
- T°- Mission #2 – To be or not to be a soldier
- T°- Mission #2 – To be or not to be a soldier FINAL TASK
The army has launched a recruitment campaign in your school. First you want to know more and have a discussion with one of the recruiter soldiers. Then you make up your mind and finally decide to join. So you write a letter to your father/mother explaining your choice because you know he/she would certainly refuse to let you go.
- I will learn how to understand a report on the army recruitment campaign.
- I will learn how to understand a song on war.
- I will learn how to understand testimonies on war.
- I will learn how to read poems, song lyrics and literary passages.
Speaking TO & WITH the group:
- I will learn how to comment on poems, song lyrics and literary passages.
- I will learn how to participate in a class debate on the notion of Hero.
- I will learn how to write a dialogue.
- I will learn how to write a letter including indirect speech.
I will need the following tools:
- MYTHS & HEROES > nature and roles
- POWER : WHERE & HOW > institutions and their roles
- the impact of WAR on social and family relationships > cause & consequence
- verbs & phrases to express feelings and opinions (rights, duties, hope and fear)
- debating > analysing & comparing / agreeing & disagreeing / suggesting / proposing solutions
- word formation
- “if…” + “when …” structures
- “I wish …” structures
- direct and indirect speech
- reflexive pronouns
- sentence intonation expressing determination, incredulity, shock and disapproval