Here are the different documents corresponding to the study of the interview between François Pienaar and Danielle Batist about the power of sport to change people’s views and mentalities. A Driving Force Highlighted elements A Driving Force Notes A Driving Force Trace écrite Remember that your copybooks must be updated for Monday, Feb 29th.
Today you were presented the final project of this lesson about sport Final Project Which team will record the most interesting TV show??? I’ve already heard some interesting ideas.
Today you worked with your team mates on a text entitled « A Driving Force » CE A Driving Force And you also had to prepare questions for the other teams. Let’s see tomorrow if you achieved your objectives…
For today you had to complete sentences to show that sport can be a good tool to unite people around the same passion but racist acts can turn a blissful moment into something ugly. TE Racism
Here is another awareness campaign against racism in football:
Here is another ad belonging to the « Stand up, Speak up! » awareness campaign. Listen to Daniel’s story and train your ears: How many pieces of information did you understand??? What’s your opinion about Daniel’s action?
Today we studied an awareness campaign made by a group of famous soccer players to sensitize people about the issue/problem of racism in sport. Then you recorded your own awareness campaign to fight against racism and you did a great job! Mission awareness campaign against racism For Monday, you will have to complete the following … Continuer la lecture
Today we worked on an American documentary made in 2006 dealing with the acts of racism dark-skinned soccer players are subjected to. This issue of racism can turn a beautiful game into something ugly (turn something into = transform). Racism in European football If you had to take part in an awareness campaign against racism … Continuer la lecture
For Monday 1st you have to watch the following video: You have to take notes about: players mentioned nationality sport team situation (what happened?) reactions (player, public, …)
Today we learnt what questions to ask during the interview of a sports(wo)man: Questions for an interview We also explained why Jessica Ennis, Serena and Venus Williams could be considered as heroines for their fans/nations: Heroines Finally, you gathered the pieces of information you picked up in tracks 21 and 22 Bringing gold home (Jessica … Continuer la lecture
Remember that for tomorrow (Tuesday 26th) you have to listen to these tracks and take notes 2E LGV2 = Track 21 2E EURO = Track 22
Today we played Jeopardy Here are the questions you had to find… The Olympic Games
Here is an interview of Abby Wambach just after the victory of her team during the Women Football World Cup. She became a legend! And so did her team mates. National pride, team spirit, happiness…
Do you want to get information about the Olympic Games??? Ask questions! Your classmates will answer! (Remember that on Monday you’ll have to act out an interview… So don’t waste your time … and train yourselves with questions!)
Today, you learnt how to encourage your team before an important match … Mission Prepare an encouraging speech TE Encouraging speech gr euro TE Encouraging speech