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Raymond Aubrac, Jean Moulin and History

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-16761781

 

 

Raymond Aubrac with wife Lucie Bernard 

Jean Moulin

Jean Moulin
  • Son of a history professor
  • Rapidly ascended Civil Service to become France’s youngest prefect (regional administrator)
  • Extreme left-wing politics
  • Arrested in June 1940 by Gestapo and tortured
  • Dismissed by Vichy government for refusing to sack all elected officials with left-wing views
  • Smuggled out of France in 1941 to meet De Gaulle in London
  • Parachuted back to France in Jan 1942 to organise Resistance movement
  • Betrayed in June 1943, tortured and died

 

 

 

 

Once upon a time, there was…

The Pea and the Princess adapted from its original version.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqRUPjfr7aI&feature=related[/youtube]

Once upon a time there was…a Prince but he wanted a Princess.

He travelled around the world but there was always something wrong.

-“There must be a real Princess for me somewhere!” he thought.

There was always something wrong and Our Prince  could not find one.

 

One day, there was a terrible storm with thunder and lightening.

In the middle of the storm, something happened and a Princess appeared but the Old King did not believe the Princess nor did the Prince. They thought she was not a Princess because of her appearance.

The Princess stood outside and she was in a terrible state because of the rain on her clothes and her hair and her face…

-“We shall see if you are  a real Princess!” (On va voir si vous êtes une vraie Princesse!”)

She put 20 mattresses and twenty feather-beds. And she put a pea under  the mattress or mattresses.

-“How did you sleep last night?”

-“I slept terribly bad!”... she said. “I hardly closed my eyes and my body is all black and blue.”

So the Prince was sure she was a real Princess.

The pea was placed in a museum!

Everybody can see it now!

 

My conclusion about Andersen’s tale?

 

Vocabulary=

a tale=

Once upon a time=

to want=

to travel around the world=

somewhere=

something wrong=

to find=

a storm=

thunder=

lightening=

to believe=

to think=

outside=

inside=

mattress=

feather-beds=

 

My art suitcase

I can describe a poster 6°7

‘ The lady is Iranian. She comes from Iran. She is wearing a scarf on her head.’= elle porte un foulard sur la tête

She looks sad= Elle a l’air triste.

She looks worried= elle a l’air inquiète

She is walking in the street= Elle marche dans la rue.

Ske looks beautiful= elle a l’air belle.

She may have family problems= elle a peut-être des soucis familiaux.

The title is ‘Separation’.

Carol-Anne

 

Midnight in Paris by Woody Allen

We can see a street in Paris. A man is walking by the river La Seine.

Un homme marche près de la rivière La Seine.

 

We can see= on peut voir.

We can see a church and we can see a bridge (un pont).

 

She is a Lady by Tom Jones

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSmInK3Jies[/youtube]

 

“She’s A Lady”

Well she’s all you’d ever want,
She’s the kind they’d like to flaunt and take to dinner.
Well she always knows her place.
She’s got style, she’s got grace, She’s a winner.
She’s a Lady. Whoa whoa whoa, She’s a Lady.
Talkin’ about that little lady, and the lady is mine.
Well she’s never in the way
Always something nice to say, Oh what a blessing.
I can leave her on her own
Knowing she’s okay alone, and there’s no messing.
She’s a lady. Whoa, whoa, whoa. She’s a lady.
Talkin’ about that little lady, and the lady is mine.
Well she never asks for very much and I don’t refuse her.
Always treat her with respect, I never would abuse her.
What she’s got is hard to find, and I don’t want to lose her
Help me build a mountain from my little pile of clay. Hey, hey, hey.
Well she knows what I’m about,
She can take what I dish out, and that’s not easy,
Well she knows me through and through,
She knows just what to do, and how to please me.
She’s a lady. Whoa, whoa, whoa. She’s a lady.
Talkin’ about that little lady and the lady is mine.
Yeah yeah yeah She’s a Lady
Listen to me baby, She’s a Lady
Whoa whoa whoa, She’s a Lady
And the Lady is mine
Yeah yeah yeah She’s a Lady
Talkin about this little lady
Whoa whoa whoa whoa
Whoa and the lady is mine
Yeah yeah She’s a Lady
And the Lady is mine.

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