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My journey to Italy by Gabin B. 4°1

Look at Gabin B. ‘s work on Italy :

It is so beautiful!

My journey Italy Gabin 

My dream circus = Parcours artistique et culturel + français+Compagnie Va et Vient + EPS + arts plastiques

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A1- A2     Charlie Chaplin

 What can he do?

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My dream circus

 

It is red, it is blue and  it is gold!

It has got a big top and there are lights and stars in its sky.

There is a lot of fun around!

The stars are shining and joy is shining in our eyes

There are artists : they are my school friends.

There are spectators: my parents, my brothers and my sisters and all my friends !

The spectators are sitting on the benches and clapping their hands

The clowns are funny because they are acting extremely well !

The music is pleasant and happy: 

The teachers are pleased!

Some pupils are playing the guitar, the violin and the accordion.

The atmosphere is    a w e s o m e  :  it is pure magic!

At the end of the show, the lights are off…

We are happy to go back home because we are tired.

We have got make-up on and we must remove the make-up before we go to bed.

It is a perfect evening for all of us !

 

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The Circus and its big top or marquee by Cindrella 6°4 

It all happened on Friday night at our school Lucie Aubrac on June 9th 2017. Our show started at 8.30pm and the big marquee was crowded with parents who wanted to watch their children perform…

Before the show started we did our make-up… and we  were all looking  great like professionals!

Thanks to our teachers, Me André and Me Mougel, who did our make-up… they are the best!

Before we started, we were all under a lot of stress but when we arrived on stage all the stress was gone and we really enjoyed performing!

Basically, there were different groups in the big top or marquee.

Some were juggling, throwing balls or balloons in the air, catching and throwing them repeatedly so that  more than one  could stay in the air.

Others were doing acrobatics, splits, swinging, tissue acrobatics, restaurant sketches, and much more…

It was really a lovely view with appropriate lightings and it was  an amazing event and a day I  will never forget !

Finally my group was doing acrobatics on top of the trapeze…

We were jumping, jumbling and balancing… It felt so good entertaining everyone!

Every group had a story to tell.

At the end of the show, our form 6°4 sang a song for the headteacher of the school who will be retiring in a few months…

Our show eventually ended at 10.30pm and it was time to go home and some spectators bought refreshments and cakes…

and there were people sitting outside… the weather was rather quiet: neither rainy nor stormy. We were lucky!

What an amazing and awesome evening !

What a great experience for us all!

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STARTERS A1-A2

ideas of starters

 

Speaking and respecting the rules paper report 6°:5° MS M ANDRE

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A2 USAIN BOLT ee-eo-eoi

THE BOY WHO LEARNED TO FLY

1) Why does Usain  run to go to school?

  • To train for a race
  • To meet someone before school
  • To get to school in time

2) How much did Usain enjoy school?

  • Time flew because he liked the classes.
  • He was bored.
  • All he cared about was the girls.
  • He was chatting a lot during classes.

3) Usain wanted to win …

  • to be popular in school
  • to make his mommy proud of him
  • to earn the coach’s lunch
  • to make the coach pay attention to him

4) Usain was having a hard time because …

  • he was afraid of disappointing Jamaican fans
  • his mother was expecting too much of him
  • he was not in good shape and felt depressed, sad and obliged to win

5) His mother advised him …

  • to stop stressing about victory
  • to pay more attention to his shoes
  • to believe in himself
More questions:
• What do you know about him? • How many medals did he win in Rio? 

• How many Olympic medals has he won in total? • What do you know about his character?
• What do you know about his childhood?
• What do you know about his life?

Grrr Culture with ….Solar ImPulse … How much?+ singular Mow many?+plural

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General characteristics

Crew: 1
Length: 22.4 m (73.5 ft)
Wingspan: 71.9 m (236 ft)
Height: 6.37 m (20.9 ft)
Wing area: 17,248 photovoltaic solar cells cover the top of the wings, fuselage and tailplane for a total area of 269.5 m2 (rated at 66 kW peak)
Loaded weight: 2,300 kg (5,100 lb)
Powerplant: 4 × electric motors

4 x 41 kWh lithium-ion batteries (633 kg), providing 13 kW [33] (17.4 hp) each

Propeller diameter: 4 m (13.1 ft)
Take-off speed: 36 km/h (22.4 mph)
Performance

Maximum speed: 140 km/h (87 mph)
Cruise speed: 90 km/h (56 mph)

60 km/h (37 mph) at night to save power
Service ceiling:

8,500 m (27,900 ft) with a maximum altitude of 12,000 metres (39,000 ft)

 

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