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A1-A2-B1 Our film review of the Secret of Kells

https://fr.vikidia.org/wiki/Celtes

 

About the film: Where does the story take place?

1) It takes place in Iona in Scotland

2) It takes place in Kells in Ireland

3)Louis Le Bocquy, a painter (born in 1916) inspired the film-maker

3) The book was transferred in 806 from Iona in Scotland to Kells in Ireland

Who are the characters of the film?

Abbot Cellach:

1) he is a tall and protective man who lives in a tower

2)he forgot he was an illuminator in the past

3)he has got ginger hair

4)he lives in a tower to forget the past

Abbot Aidan:

1) He is of small size

2)he teaches Brendan how to draw  or how to observe

Pangur Ban:

1) She is a real and mythical cat

2) She is only mythical

3) There are poems written by the monk in the archives which mention the cat

Aisling's parents:

1) They were killed by Crom Cruach

2) They died when she was younger

3) They are still alive

Aisling:

1) She is a fairy and an angel

2) She is intelligent, careful and also very sensitive

3) She moves on four feet

4) She can transform herself into a wolf

Abbots Tang, Leonardo and Assoua:

1) They are all illuminators

2) They are allowed out of the monastery

3) They are not allowed out of the monastery

4)They are entirely dedicated to the scriptorium

5) They eventually/finally die but the spectator doesn't see them

The Vikings:

1) They are not menacing shadows

2)They are represented as cruel animals

3) They represent death, unhappiness, dangers and tragedy, destruction and war, horror and blood

Crom Cruach:

1) He is a Celtic God with a snake

2)He represents the dragon as a legend

3) He was shot by Saint Patrick in Irish mythology

4)His name means  "The Dark One"

What are the Celtic symbols in the film?

1) The square

2) The rectangle

3)The triangle

4)The circle

5) light modifies the scenes

6) light doesn't modify the scenes

7) forest as paradise on earth

8) forest as opposed to flat landscapes

9) the circle as the symbol of harmony

10) the "triskele" is a Celtic symbol which is a representation of water, fire and earth

 And now the story:

1) it starts when Brendan is a child and finishes when he is an adult

2)it is the story of  the evolution of a young boy into adulthood

3)the Book is always present in Brendan's mind

4)the Vikings are always present in Brendan's Uncle's mind

The Book of Kells:

1)The Book of Kells is a real book which is in Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

2)The Book of Kells  isn't a real book and doesn't exist.

It is a legend.

What about Pangur Ban, the magic spell and spirit?

1)Pangur Ban, the white cat, existed. She is a female cat.

2)Pangur Ban the white cat never existed.

3)One of the monks  wrote poems about her.

How is Celtic mythology  represented ?

1) symbols inspired by  nature and  animist cults.

2) it is close to natural rites and rhythms

Can you name painters who inspired the artist?

 

The monastery is very beautiful.

The colors are original.

People are monks and priests.

Walls have got bizarre shapes.


Brendan is twelve years old.

He is an orphan: he hasn't got any parents.

His father and his mother died.

He meets a very friendly girl: she is called Aisling!

She will help him. She is a fairy. He is looking for berries to make ink

because he wants to write the Chi Ro page.

Brendan is of medium height and size and has got ginger hair.

He lives in Kells in Ireland.


Brendan's Uncle is the head of Kells.

He is taking care of other monks and people.

The book is very important to him.

The security and safeness of the monastery matters to him as well!

He  lives in a tower which opens with a very narrow door.

He  is very strict because he wants to save the monks and his people from the Northmen's attacks.


 

The Secret Of Kells

Description of Aisling: long white hair and green eyes. She looks like a fairy and she is one! She has the power to turn the cat, Pangur Ban into a fish-cat, a spirit! She can use her spells!

Description of Brendan: short orange hair and blue eyes, long feet, curly and funny ears! He is the hero of the story and we can see him when he is older!

Description of the monks: Asian, African, all walks of life! They are wearing long red coats

I like the scene when :

- When the bad guys come and attack the town of Kells

- When Brendan goes into the forest to look for an eye

My best scene :

- When Brendan dreams that the Vikings will attack Kells because he has visions and can trust his imagination! He is a visionary!

My least favourite scene :

- When Brendan makes a lot of drawings on the Book! He is inspiring!


I like the scenes when there is

  • a lot of suspense and many battles
  • when the forest is beautiful
  • when the book is beautiful and turns into a magic spell!
  • Pangur Ban is really cute with two different colours for his eyes! Pangur Ban did exist! He was one of the monk's cat. The monk wrote poems about her!

 

Our  film review about the Secret of Kells

I liked the scene when the little boy writes the sacred book

-I liked the discovery of the forest

-I liked the scene when he catches the monster's eye.

-We liked the red and the green colours and the drawings!

My best scenes:

- The meeting between Aisling and Brendan

-She is quicker than Brendan,

she runs faster and she is the best!

-She has magical powers to trasnform nature .The cat can go where she cannot

My best favorite scenes

-When his Uncle is hurt, someone tells Brendan : « You must go, your Uncle is not dead! »

- Brendan disobeys his Uncle to pick up berries because he is not allowed to do so!

-Vikings's attack and the wolves eat the Vikings in the forest

-Brendan thinks the bees will attack him but it is not true!


the Vikings 's attacks are in red

Aisling in the forest

the wolves 's scenes are also in red

Aisling 's eyes

the wolves 's eyes

beautiful nature: waterfalls, rivers, leaves in spring, leaves on trees, leaves falling down,

the Vikings' s eyes

Pangur Ban

the monster Crumach

The scene when Brendan is writing

when the Vikings go Kells

When Brendan meets his uncle

The wolf's lips and mouth

When Brendan   writes the Book of Kells

the fire, the sky, the buildings, the walls, the attacks, the

Brendan catches the goose

Brendan's UNCLE's clothes

green berries for green ink

Aisling disappears and gets lost in darkness


red represents evil or  a danger: it means something bad is going to happen

and green represents what is best and good in life, luck, happiness,

writing and drawing

 

B1- B2 The survival of Saint Paul’s Cathedral during the Blitz

29 December 2010 Last updated at 03:43 GMT

How did St Paul’s survive the Blitz?

St Paul's Cathedral amid the devastation
The scene after the air raids of 29 December 1940, 70 years ago

There was an unofficial lull in the Blitz attacks on London, for Christmas in 1940. But by 29 December, the German bomber planes had returned with renewed vigour. St Paul’s Cathedral famously survived, but how?

It became known as the Second Great Fire of London – the night 70 years ago that devastating air raids turned the capital into a conflagration.

Continue reading the main story

29 December 1940

St Paul's Cathedral wreathed in smoke
  • London’s 114th night of the Blitz
  • First bombs dropped at 1815 GMT, all-clear given just after midnight
  • Bombers gave up due to fog in the Channel

It had been a Christmas underground for many people, who slept in Underground stations or festively-decorated air raid shelters. For two nights, the bomber planes had not come, and the anti-aircraft guns remained silent.

That peculiar silence had already been broken as dusk fell on 29 December. The enemy aircraft had returned, dropping incendiary devices and parachute mines in many tens of thousands. Their target? The City of London.

By 1830 GMT on that cold Sunday evening, the Square Mile was in flames. Banks, offices, churches and homes were under threat, in the same streets burnt to a cinder in 1666. A US war reporter based in the city cabled his office: “The second Great Fire of London has ­begun.”

Prime Minister Winston Churchill sent word that St Paul’s Cathedral should be protected at all costs – it would boost morale to save Christopher Wren’s masterpiece.

But there was a hitch – a major one. Water was in short supply. The mains were being bombed, and although hoses could be filled from the nearby Thames, it was at an unusually low ebb – and unexploded bombs lay in the mud.

Nor was that the only threat to life and limb. Bombs, embers and debris rained down on the streets as they raced to battle the flames.

Continue reading the main story

Christmas in the Blitz

Girl asleep in decorated air raid shelter
  • Councils ran best-decorated shelter contests
  • Demand high for very short Christmas trees, to fit inside cramped and low-roofed shelters
  • Food was heavily rationed
  • Gift-giving discouraged, and people urged to give to the war effort instead

Fireman Sam Chauveau was on duty that night. “By the time we finished tackling the fires on the roof of the [Stock] Exchange, the sky, which was ebony black when we first got up there, was now changing to a yellowy orange colour. It looked like there was an enormous circle of fire, including St Paul’s churchyard.”

Bombs rained down on the cathedral. Volunteer firewatchers patrolled its myriad corridors, armed with sandbags and water pumps to douse the flames.

At about 2100 GMT, an incendiary device lodged on the roof, and the burning mercury inside began to melt the lead of the iconic dome. But luck was on the side of the firewatchers. The bomb dislodged, fell to the floor of the stone gallery, and was smothered with a sandbag.

St Paul’s was saved.

But many more buildings were lost. Tram lines and water mains were destroyed, and the streets strewn with rubble. A dozen firemen died that night, and 162 civilians also perished. Those who survived firefighting duties suffered burns, eye problems and smoke inhalation.

The story goes that Air Marshall Arthur “Bomber” Harris, surveying the damage, remarked, “Well, they’re sowing the wind.” It was under his lead that RAF Bomber Command wreaked firestorms upon German cities. Before a 1,000-plane raid on Cologne, he told the newsreel cameras: “Now they are going to reap the whirlwind.”

A1- A2 – B1 Gremlins by Joe Dante

Gremlins by Joe Dante


 

What 's the name of the imaginary creatures?

The word mogwai is the transliteration of the Cantonese word ?? (mo1 gwai2) (Mandarin Chinese: ??; pinyin?mógu?) meaning "monster", "evil spirit", "devil" or "demon".


grem·lin  (grmln) (The Free dictionary)

 

1. An imaginary gnome-like creature to whom mechanical problems, especially in aircraft, are attributed.
2. A maker of mischief.

[Perhaps blend of Irish gruaimín, bad-tempered little fellow (from Middle Irish gruaim, gloom, surliness) and goblin.]
Word History: Elves, goblins, and trolls seem to be timeless creations of the distant past, but gremlins were born in the 20th century. In fact, gremlin is first recorded only in the 1920s, as a Royal Air Force term for a low-ranking officer or enlisted man saddled with oppressive assignments. Said to have been invented by members of the Royal Naval Air Service in World War I, gremlin is used in works written in the 1940s for "an imaginary gnomelike creature who causes difficulties in aircraft." The word seems likely to have been influenced by goblin, but accounts of its origin are various and none are certain. One source calls in Fremlin beer bottles to explain the word; another, the Irish Gaelic word gruaimín, "ill-humored little fellow." Whatever the word's origin, it is certain that gremlins have taken on a life of their own.


They are called gremlins, gnomes, elves, goblins.


In  our film, there is an opposition between “mogwai”: the pure, intact and innocent creature before its “fall” and  “ gizmo”, the nickname given to “mogwai”  by Billy’s father, the inventor of the American family.

A gizmo is an object, an artefact= un truc, un machin

Prologue :


Friends, let me introduce myself.

 

Peltzer's the name.

Rand Peltzer.

 

That's me there on the corner.

 

I'm an inventor.

 

And I have a story to tell.

 

I know.

Who hasn 't got a story?

 

Well, nobody's got a story like this one.

 

Nobody.

 

It all started here in Chinatown.


Where does the scene take place?

The  first scene takes place in the streets of Chinatown, New York City in the USA.

Are the streets deserted?

No, they  aren’t deserted. Quite the opposite!

Are there many people in the streets?

Yes, there are many people in the streets.

It is dark and the scene takes place during the night.

Who is the film-maker?

Joe Dante is the film-maker.  He  is very fond of  horror and keen on suspense.

He likes shooting films with a lot of  actions and suspense.

What is your first impression?

The beginning is mysterious, strange and scary because of the dark streets at night.

It is also strange because of the full moon.

Elements contributing to suspense:

-          Actions and  more particularly sudden actions

-          Music: rhythmic music, classical music, music including strong and weak  beats and rhythms

-          Full moon, dark streets, night, silence

-          Other elements: the beginning of the film when the narrator says that his story is different from other stories and that it is the best!


A manichean view of the world or a film in black and white: the goodies and the baddies

Who are the goodies?

Billy and his girlfriend, Gizmo, the wise Chinese grand-father

Who are the baddies?

The gremlins (but not really their fault)


I underline the correct words or expressions describing the gremlins  in red and in green the words describing Gizmo:

strange- bizarre- nice and beautiful-scary and frightening - they give me the creeps!-cute and affectionate- smiling and friendly- devilish, cruel  and vampire-like-creepy!- innocent and pure- wicked

Il faut deviner de quelle scène  il s’agit et reporter le nom des  personnages qui parlent:
  Honey, this is the gentleman who sold me the mogwai.
 "Sold. " An interesting choice of words.
               Conflicting eyewitness reports concerning "little green men"..
       
You teach him to watch television?
              
There was, I believe, a box.
                   Dad... .
                  Rand, your scarf.
                   I warned you.                 
With mogwai comes much responsibility.But you didn't listen.
And you see what happens.
   I didn't mean it.
 You do with mogwai what your society...has done with all of nature's gifts.                  
You do not understand.                 
You are not ready.
He has something to say to you.
 You understand what  he says when he speaks to you?
 To hear, one has only to listen.  
                
Bye, Billy.
         Perhaps someday you may be ready.       
           
Until then, mogwai...will be waiting.
 Excuse me, sir.                  
Before you go, I wanted to tell you...that I am truly sorry for what's happened.
 And if you would accept it, I'd like to...give you this small token.
          There's one other one.                 This is an invention of mine.
    Smokeless Ashtray.
 How did you know?
 Man at gas station tried to sell me.
 Latest word in technology.
                   Very generous of you.
               I'm sure it will come in handy
                   Well, that's the story.
  So if your air conditioner goes on the fritz, your washing machine blows up...
...or your video recorder conks out....before you call the repairman ...turn on the lights, check the closets and cupboard and...
look under all the beds.
 Because you never can tell.
There just might be  a gremlin in your house.


 

 

 

Gremlin Naughtynaughty by Dorine

« I am Naughtynaughty !»

« I am very old with very ugly features! »

« I have got sharp long ears and spiky teeth!

” I can bite!”

« My skin is full of wrinkles! »

« My eyes are red! »

« I am very strong and everybody is afraid of me! »

« I am like the devil and like a monster! »

« People are afraid of me and they run when they see me! »

 

« In fact, I am very kind and sentimental! »

«  I am very romantic! »

« I am the most romantic person in the world! »

« My heart is full of golden flowers and colourful roses! »

« My real name is Heartyhearty Georgygeorgy! »


 

The Lord of the Rings by JRR Tolkien, first published in 1954

Prologue:

They possessed the art of disappearing swiftly and silently.[...]

For they are a little people, smaller than Dwarves[...]. Their height is variable, ranging between two and four feet of our measure. [...] All hobbits had originally lived in holes in the ground.

wikipedia

  • Plusieurs extraits de films sont visibles à divers moments du film. Il s'agit de :
    • Blanche-Neige et les Sept Nains (1937) : le dessin animé que regardent les Gremlins au cinéma.
    • L'Invasion des profanateurs de sépultures (1956) : Billy et Gizmo regardent ce film dans la chambre pendant que les mauvais mogwaïs s'empiffrent. Gizmo semble être assez effrayé par le film !
    • La vie est belle (1946) : la mère de Billy regarde ce film à la télé tout en faisant la cuisine (elle affirme que ce dernier est triste), juste avant que le père ne revienne avec le Mogwai.
    • Pour plaire à sa belle (1950) : Gizmo est très ému par ce film lorsqu'il le regarde à la télé dans la chambre de Billy. À la fin du film, il y repense lorsqu'il parcourt le magasin de jouets en voiture.
  • Parmi les références à d'autres films, on peut noter :
    • L'Empire contre-attaque (1980) : lorsque Stripe qui envoie tout ce qui lui tombe sous la main sur Billy, référence à la scène entre Dark Vador et Luke à la fin de l'épisode V de Star Wars.
    • Hurlements (1981) : lorsque Billy descend à la cuisine afin de chercher de la nourriture pour les Gremlins affamés, on aperçoit un "souriard" sur la porte du frigo. Celui-ci annonçait la venue du loup-garou dans Hurlements du même réalisateur. Plus tard, des photos du film sont affichées dans le cinéma où les Gremlins regardent « Blanche-Neige ».
    • La Machine à explorer le temps (1960) : lorsque Rand appelle sa femme depuis le congrès des inventeurs, on aperçoit derrière lui la machine à explorer le temps en train de monter en puissance. Puis on voit les cocons, et lorsque la caméra revient au congrès, la machine a disparu, laissant des visiteurs perplexes.
    • Flashdance (1983) Dans la scène du bar, on peut voir un Gremlins en tenue de danseuse imiter la chorégraphie de l'héroïne de Flashdance.
    • Planète interdite (1956) : on aperçoit Robby le robot au congrès des inventeurs, notamment dans une conversation téléphonique où il parle avec un chapeau sur la tête. Ses paroles sont tirées de la fin de Planète interdite lorsqu'il discute de production d'alcool avec le cuistot du C57-D.
    • Le Magicien d'Oz (1939) : le personnage de Mme Deagle est très proche d'Almira Gulch, la voisine acariâtre de Dorothy. Elle vient d'ailleurs à la banque pour chercher le chien de Billy qu'elle accuse d'avoir démoli son bonhomme de neige importé de Bavière. La mort du dernier gremlins est une référence à la mort de la vilaine sorcière de l'ouest ( la sorcière reçoit de l'eau sur elle et commence à fondre = le gremlin sort de l'eau et frappé par le soleil,fond).
    • Les Aventuriers de l'arche perdue (1981) : le panneau publicitaire géant de la radio « Rockn' Ricky Rialto » est fortement inspiré de l'affiche des Aventuriers de l'Arche perdue, comme de celle de Indiana Jones et le temple maudit sorti en 1984, deux semaines avant Gremlins.
    • James Bond : Chez Dorry, Gérald le vice-président commande une vodka martini au shaker et non à la cuillère, qui est la boisson préféré du célèbre agent secret.
    • Poltergeist : Lorsque Steven Spielberg fait son apparition sur un chariot avec la jambe plâtrée, il visionne une scène de Poltergeist.
    • E.T. l'extra-terrestre : Quand le gremlin débranche la ligne téléphonique, il dit "téléphone maison". On peut aussi distinguer une figurine de E.T. dans le magasin de jouet lorsque le gremlin est caché dans les rayons.


The project:Let us write a letter of congratulations to Prince William and Kate Middleton

Let us  write a letter of congratulations to

Prince William and Kate Middleton

on the occasion of their engagement

Conformément à ce que nous avions dit et à ce qui avait été décidé ce vendredi 19 novembre, nous réaliserons ce projet qui nous tient à coeur. Ecrire et envoyer une lettre de félicitations aux jeunes fiancés.

Nous utilisons le moteur de recherche hooseek (moteur de recherche à visée humanitaire donnant une partie de ses gains à des associations -Amnesty International, Clowns sans frontière en font partie par exemple ) ou celui installé dans l'établissement et  nous nous connectons sur le site de Clarence House,

la résidence du Prince Charles et de ses deux fils.

http://www.princeofwales.gov.uk/personalprofiles/residences/clarencehouse/

http://www.royal.gov.uk/TheRoyalResidences/BuckinghamPalace/BuckinghamPalace.aspx

http://www.princeofwales.gov.uk/personalprofiles/princewilliamprinceharry/princewilliam/index.html

Pour chercher des informations sur Le Prince et la famille royale ainsi que sur la famille de Kate Middleton.Le site wikipedia peut être utile ainsi que les sites officiels de Buckingham Palace


Les compétences mises en oeuvre (palier 1:modernité et traditions) visent aussi et surtout à utiliser hors de la salle de classe nos connaissances, tout comme la chanson 'Do you like?' que nous irons chanter le vendredi 3 novembre chez nos voisins de l'Ehpad et à rebondir de manière constructive sur un fait positif et réjouissant de l'actualité dans un  espace culturel précis directement lié à nos programmes: celui de la famille royale.

-rédiger une lettre et savoir manipuler les formules de politesse

-se présenter et faire une description ou un portrait de quelqu'un

(biographies  du  Prince William et de Kate Middleton:

-date of birth: When was he born? When was she born?-physical  description-training and jobs)

-brevet informatique des collèges (domaine 4: s'informer, se documenter)


Nous cherchons les mots  dans le lexique de Enjoy ou dans les dictionnaires de l'établissement

ou sur le site wordreference.

Nous nous présentons en tant que classe en disant:


1)qui nous sommes:

des élèves d'un collège

notre âge

nos goûts et nos préférences

nos peurs et nos espoirs pour notre futur et pour le monde


2)ce qui nous plaît dans la langue anglaise :

We enjoy +base verbale+ing,

We enjoy + noms

We are fond of+base verbale+ing

My best moment is...

Our best moment is...

Our worst moment is when...


3)ce que nous trouvons difficile dans la langue anglaise:

We do not like...

We do not enjoy+ base verbale(verbe sans to)+ing


4) nos projets:

In the future we want to be...,

In the future we want the world to be...

In the future, we will be...


5)nos souhaits:

We wish you...

We hope you will be...


Nous utilisons les formes pleines des verbes.

Nous nous devons d'avoir un style noble et distingué, le destinataire étant l'un des membres de la  famille royale. Ce que nous dirons ici et que nous écrirons sera différent de ce que nous écrirons à un ou une camarade. Le registre utilisé est différent.

We must write  with our best English pens and use our best English!


6)Last but not least

(en dernier et non des moindres, le plus important restant pour la fin)

Nous félicitons le prince et sa fiancée:

- la formule de politesse qui convient pour s'adresser à sa Majesté Le Prince William

- les mots suivants apparaissent:chance, réussite, protection, féliciter, encourager,oeuvres humanitaires, bénévolat

-les formules de politesses pour conclure: Best regards  et  autres variantes possibles

Un travail d'écriture poétique  sur 'Ode to Joy' ayant été bien conçu lors de la semaine européenne des langues, nous composons  un acrostiche à partir du mot 'Congratulations!' et intégrons des éléments-clés de nos recherches.


Fingers crossed ! Toes, knees and feet double crossed!

Croisons les doigts!

S'il faut s'attendre et se préparer à une absence de réponse,

n'oublions  pas le plaisir que nous avons à réaliser ce projet et

à... espérer!


4°2 Cliffs of Moher Project-under construction

MVI_4548

BBC news
last updated at 07:21 GMT, Wednesday, 22 July 2009 08:21 UK

The Cliffs in final contest


Cliffs of Moher

The most beautiful place...

The  most fabulous place...

The best adventure...is  Ireland!

The Cliffs of Moher stretch for 8km and rise up to 214 metres above the Atlantic Ocean


Ireland's Cliffs of Moher are competing with 25 other natural landmarks in

the final phase of the global poll to choose the New 7 Wonders of Nature.

The Grand Canyon, Matterhorn and Great Barrier Reef are also among those going

through to the competition's final.

Northern Ireland's Giant's Causeway and the Burren,

also in Clare, did not get into the finals.

The winners will be announced in 2011.

The new seven man-made wonders were chosen two years ago.

The Cliffs of Moher are the Republic of Ireland's most popular  site,

with almost 1m visitors a year.

Director of the Cliffs of Moher Experience Catherine Webster welcomed

the news and said it was a "huge endorsement" of the cliffs as a true feat and spectacle of nature.

The organisation New 7 Wonders is led by Swiss adventurer Bernard Weber.

[...]

The Cliffs of Moher (Irish: Aillte an Mhothair, literally cliffs of the ruin, also known as the Cliffs of Mohair)

http://www.cliffs-moher.com/

Here are your guides and the sites we would like you to visit:

The Burren with Maëva, Marie-O, Fanny, Agathe, Sarah

Aran Islands with Sid-Ali, Gaëtan, Louis

Hag's Head with Dylan and Giani

O'Brien Tower with Brenda and Chloé

St Bridget's Well with Alexis and Rémi

Doolin with Rémi C, David and Damien

Local caves with Tom and Noémy

Poem Molly Malone with Melvin and Pierre

Irish music with Murathan and Thibault

Map http://www.enchantedlearning.com/europe/ireland/ (collège)

COME AND VISIT...

LET US WALK!LET US SURF ON THE WAVES!

LET US DISCOVER  THE IRISH COAST!

MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR HOLIDAYS! COME TO Hag's Head

DISCOVER HOW GREEN AND FUN THE Irish coast IS!

MY FRIEND VISITED the Cliffs and he loved it!

I WANT YOU TO COME and visit the Burren!

WHY NOT DISCOVER Doolin!

COME AND WATCH the BIRDS and listen to them!

LET US GO SURFING!

MY FRIEND'S DAD WENT TO THE CLIFFS FOR HIS BIRTHDAY!

He really enjoyed it!

We are fond of this part of Ireland and would like you to come and visit this place!

We are  looking forward to seeing you on the tour!

Tourists should try to come and stay in this region of Ireland.

You will enjoy and discover the Cliffs!

Come and join us for a real adventure!

Why not discover...?

Are you bold enough to...?

You've never tried surfing the Irish coast? Well, try...


Pour chaque lettre de "Cliffs of Moher", nous avons sélectionné

des adjectifs et des noms commençant par la même consonne ou la même

voyelle. Le choix s'est effectué en fonction du sens général -celui des falaises-

et de la musicalité de l'association adjectif et nom.

L'acrostiche se lit comme un poème musical.

En bleu, les mots renvoient vers des hyperliens.


Création commune à l'ensemble des élèves de la classe


C for colourful camping sites and crystal-clear waters,

for catchy camps,

cute and challenging campfires,

clear candles,

calm and cool countryside!


L for landscapes and landmarks,

large and long lands,

for love of leaves!

Leaves of life, lucky leaves and luckily!

Live and alive!

Luck! Luck! Luck!


I for Irish and interesting islands,

for impressive and immediately immersing and

iresistible experiences!



F for fabulous and funny birds,

for funny and famous football matches

by the sea,

for friendly and flattering flowers!



F for fascinating forests,

fresh and fondly-thought food,

funfairs and fabulous fireworks!

frenzy and flavours!



S for sunny summers and scenes,

stunning sunrises and safe sailing!

sparkly springs,

superb stars and sunsets!


O for orange clouds

for  over with old-fashioned omens!

for original and one-off works of art!


F for fragrant footpaths

famous and fame

fascinating, flamboyant feathers of puffins

fascinated by Irish flowers

flora and fauna

far-away excursions in boats

festive festivities

hiking and  going boating

froth and foam!


M for many mountains ,

memorize and  memories!

magic  and music,

magnificient myths.

merry meetings at the market places,

moons,

but mind the monsters!


O for oceans,

only

original orders!


H for happy holidays!

in the heart of  history

happily

hand and harshness

hide- and - seek in the cliffs!

huge and hidden hills and highlands.

E for encounter and enjoy everyday of the experience!

R for remember!

Collège Lucie Aubrac de Doubs

Language teacher in charge: Ms Marie André-Milesi with the cooperation of Mr Rémi Pourchet, Head teacher

[email protected]

Headmaster: [email protected]

From Severine Lecart <[email protected]>
Date Thu, 10 Feb 2011 15:10:47 +0000
To Severine Lecart <[email protected]>
Subject Résultats - Concours Irlande Falaises de Moher

Bonjour à tous,

Le moment tant attendu est enfin arrivé !

Notre jury a étudié chacun des 50 projets reçus avec beaucoup d’attention et après de longues et difficiles délibérations, nous avons finalement élu le grand gagnant.

Nous tenons à préciser que nous avons pris un grand plaisir à consulter chacun des projets.

Que de recherches ! Que de travail ! Bravo à tous.

Les projets ont tous été notés selon les critères suivants :

- Créativité et originalité

- les canaux de distribution du projet et le nombre de personnes touchées

- la mise en avant du vote pour les Falaises de Moher dans le cadre des 7 Nouvelles Merveilles de la Nature

- le rapport fourni (présentation, détails et clarté)

- le contenu du projet : le projet parlait-il bien des Falaises de Moher et de la région de Shannon ?

GAGNANT :

Félicitations à la classe de 1ere L du Lycée Eugène Woillez à Montreuil sur Mer (62) et à leur professeur, Mme Doliger qui remporte le voyage de 5 jours en Irlande !

Un email séparé lui sera envoyé avec de plus amples détails.

MENTIONS SPECIALES DU JURY :

- La 3ème du collège Tomas Divi de Chateaudun (28) pour l’originalité et l’humour de leur présentation : « If you want to feel better, come to the Cliffs of Moher!».

- La 1ère E065 du Lycée Victor Louis de Talence (33), pour s’être « laissée tenter par les Falaises de Moher » avec son projet d’envergure

- La Terminale ES du Lycée Ste Jeanne d’Arc de Gourin (56) pour leur soirée Pub-Quizz et leur superbe scrap-book.

- La 5e bi-langue du collège Henri de Navarre à Coutras (33), pour la diversité des supports utilisés et la forte implication des élèves.

- La 1ère CEA du Lycée Jeanne D’Arc de Rennes (35) pour son approche très ciblée et ses vidéos très adaptées sur le thème « Te plantes pas, ça s’passe là-bas »

- Les Charlie’s Angels de 1ère BPS du Lycée Professionnel Les Bressis de Seynod (74)

Ces 6 classes recevront un cadeau surprise d’ici la mi-mars. J

Merci à tous pour l’intérêt que vous avez porté à l’Irlande et à ce concours. En espérant que cela vous aura donné envie de découvrir ou redécouvrir l’Irlande et la région de Shannon.

Si vous prévoyez un voyage scolaire en Irlande, notre équipe se fera un plaisir de vous aider.

Et n’oubliez pas… continuez à voter pour les Falaises de Moher !

Séverine Lecart

E-Marketing & CRM Executive

Tourism Ireland - Paris

Tel: 01 53 43 12 11

Fax: 01 47 42 01 64

www.irlande-tourisme.fr

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