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Fiches vidéo photocopiables U1 FICHE 1 Understanding the video MEET MARIANNE Watch the presentation of Marianne s I am poem. 1 Read the guidelines to write a good I am poem in the chart below and check

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Fiches vidéo photocopiables U1 FICHE 1 Understanding the video MEET MARIANNE Watch the presentation of Marianne s I am poem. 1 Read the guidelines to write a good I am poem in the chart below and check if Marianne has respected these rules in her own I am poem. Guidelines for a good I am poem You must find a title. Marianne s I am poem Yesvvvv No Title... The title must be repeated at the end of each stanza. Yesvvvv No The author should describe his/her personality using different adjectives. The author should mention his/her likes and dislikes using different verbs or expressions. The author should speak about his/her dreams or things he/she would like to do using different verbs or expressions. The author can explain the things he/she is good or bad at. The author can reveal some funny details about himself/herself. When reciting his/her poem, the author must speak clearly and not too fast nor too slowly. When reciting his/her poem, the author must stress the words that are particularly important. When reciting his/her poem, the author must link the words smoothly together. If the author uses a video, the pictures should illustrate what is said in the poem. Yesvvvv Novvvv Not enough Adjective(s) used:..... Yesvvvv No Verbs or expression(s) used: Yesvvvv No Verbs or expression(s) used: Yesvvvv No Yesvvvv No Yesvvvv No Yesvvvv No Yesvvvv No Yesvvvv No 2 What advice can you give Marianne to make her video more lively? 2 FICHES VIDÉO U1 FICHE 2 Understanding the video THE SWAP I. Watch Sequence 1 (twice at least). 1 Complete the following grid. Age Susie Money Jules (Julia) Cunningham Social background Family / friends Pets Houses: - where? - type of area - living conditions - view Activities / hobbies Cars Music associated with them Personality 2 Concentrate on the way Jules presents the surroundings of the place where she lives. Does she sound... angry? nostalgic? ironic? cheerful? FICHES VIDÉO 3 U1 FICHE 2 Understanding the video THE SWAP II. Watch Sequence 2. 1 What are the rules of the swap for the two girls? a) Pick out as many words as you can and organise your notes in the following grid. Activities Financial situation b) What will be forbidden for both of them? 2 Recap. The fair-haired girl is... / She has... The dark-haired girl is.../ She has... The poor girl wants to swap lives with a rich girl because... The rich girl wants to swap lives with a poor girl because... It will/won t be difficult because... III. What about you? Would you like to take part in such a programme? Why or why not? 4 FICHES VIDÉO U3 FICHE 3 Understanding the video INVEST IN ME I. Get ready. 1 Find the English equivalents of the following words. Use a dictionary if necessary. a) tâches ménagères... b) balayer le sol... c) porter un seau... d) ramasser les ordures... e) passer la serpillère... f) faire la cuisine... g) faire la vaisselle... II. Watch without the sound. Part 1 (until 0:07) 2 a) React to the first images: what? where? (several possible answers) b) In your opinion, what is the video about? Part 2 (from 0:08 to 1:03) Useful words: bucket /'bøkit/: seau firewood: bois de chauffage embroider: broder loom: métier à tisser 3 Who can you see? What are they doing? How old are they? Part 3 (from 1:04 to the end) 4 List the children s different activities. 5 Note down the sentences you can read on the screen. Recap 1: From what you have seen, imagine what the goal of this awareness campaign is. Useful words: housework / household chores /tso z/: tâches ménagères havent no right to: ne pas avoir le droit à if earn money / a living contribute to sth/v-ing FICHES VIDÉO 5 U3 FICHE 3 Understanding the video INVEST IN ME III. Watch with the sound and check your suppositions. Part 1 6 The following words are written phonetically. Read them aloud and write them down. a) /'vølnerebl\... b) \peá tensel\... 7 How would you describe the music? joyful dramatic rhythmic melancholic monotonous stressful sad 8 a) Read the following words aloud and circle the words you actually hear. give away give up feed feel without with school schooling marry married thirty thirteen teenagers teenage pr osperous prospects b) Use the words you have circled and organise your notes. Activities Consequences 9 What phrase is repeated several times?... Parts 2 & 3 10 The following words are written phonetically. Read them aloud and write them down. a) \di sent\... b) \se po t\... c) \selfse fisent\ What music can be heard? What phrase is repeated several times? a) Listen to the second part and pick out as many stressed words as you can. 6 FICHES VIDÉO U3 FICHE 3 Understanding the video INVEST IN ME b) Organise your notes. What is needed? What for? Advantages Recap 2: Use your own words to explain what you have understood. IV. Action! Sum up the contents of this video with the help of these two stills. Use the following words: developing countries attend school prevent from be denied the right to: ne pas avoir le droit de suffer from discrimination enable sb to do sth: permettre à qqn de faire qqch provide sb with sth: fournir qqch à qqn transform benefit from asset: atout FICHES VIDÉO 7 U4 FICHE 4 Understanding the video DISCOVER BRITAIN I. Get ready. 1 Match each of the following words with its corresponding picture: pastries bells Ferris wheel platform V. Zhuravlev-Fotolia.com zefart-fotolia.com Debu55y-Fotolia.com Marine 26-Fotolia.com Find the words corresponding to the following phonetic transcriptions. Read them aloud. a) \ ka sl\... b) \temz\... c) \In hœbItId\... d) \medi i vel\.... e) \kru z\ f) \ misteri\ II. Watch the whole video once. 3 Pick out: Places and monuments: Adjectives: Other stressed words: III. Watch Part 1 only (until 01:19). 4 a) Pick out the name of a city:.. b) Fill in the blank: The woman feels to discover it. c) Which adjectives are associated with this place?... d) Pick out all the icons (= typical objects and symbols) representative of this city FICHES VIDÉO U4 FICHE 4 Understanding the video DISCOVER BRITAIN 5 a) Observe this still from the video. Which famous British band is associated with Abbey Road? b) Why? Learn more about this place. a) Fill in the following sentence: This is Windsor Castle, and actually it s the and... castle in the world. b) What can you see there? IV. Watch Part 2 (from 01:20 to 02:08). 7 a) Which film is mentioned?... Why?... b) Fill in the following grid: Who? Action Where? 8 Complete the grid below with information about the three sites mentioned size:... - type of place:... - the woman s impressions:... - what is it like?... - what you can see:... - how far you can see:... - from where?... FICHES VIDÉO 9 U4 FICHE 4 Understanding the video DISCOVER BRITAIN V. Watch Part 3 (from 02:09 to the end). 9 a) Locate Bath on your book flap. b) Find information about the city: Adjectives used to describe it Possible visit + specificity What you can do 10 Learn more about afternoon tea. a) Which elements is it composed of? b) Find two adjectives describing it: Focus on Stonehenge. a) Locate it on the map on your book flap. b) Pick out four adjectives used to characterise this place: Conclusion. True or false? Justify with key words or phrases from the video. a) The two people didn t really enjoy this experience. T F..... b) They encourage us to go there. T F a) Does the video make you feel like visiting London and England? Why? Why not? b) Which places in particular would you like to go to? Why? FICHES VIDÉO U5 FICHE 5 Understanding the video DISCOVER SOUTH AFRICA Watch Part 1: Kwazulu-Natal (from the beginning to 00:36). 1 Look at the map at the beginning. Where is this region situated? Pick out as many words as you can Classify the information you have collected Who lives there? What can you see? Drakensberg Escarpment 4 Which landscapes compose this region? beaches glaciers rivers forests waterfalls cities coastline lakes hills sea deserts savannah mountains bush: brousse wilderness Watch Part 2: the Eastern Cape (00:37-01:38). 5 a) Pick out the name of a person:... b) Why is he mentioned?... 6 Pick out all the adjectives used to characterise this region. FICHES VIDÉO 11 U5 FICHE 5 Understanding the video DISCOVER SOUTH AFRICA 7 Associate the names below with their corresponding image. Baviaanskloof Wilderness Hole in the Wall Valley of Desolation Storms River Mouth a)... b)... c)... d)... 8 a) Which activity can you do there? long jump high jump bungee jumping b) Fill in the following blanks to find three phrases describing this region: The Eastern Cape is an playground, a high and an. rush. Watch Part 3: Limpopo (01:39-02:12). 9 Look at the map at the beginning. Where is this region situated? 10 a) Find information about Kruger Park. Size Adjectives Animals (in the order of the video) bushbuck cheetah -. - springboks b) What is the phrase used to describe the most popular animals you can see during a safari in this park (elephants, rhinos, leopards, lions and Cape buffaloes)? FICHES VIDÉO U5 FICHE 5 Understanding the video DISCOVER SOUTH AFRICA Watch Part 4: the Western Cape (02:13 to the end). 11 Pick out in the following list the names of the two natural sites below: Table Mountain Cape Flora Region Robben Island Cape Town Western Cape a)... b) a) Find the name of the region s main city:... b) Pick out an adjective used to characterise it:. c) It means the city is: international local world-famous 13 Pick out two verbs which suggest activities you can do there: Does this video make you feel like visiting South Africa? Why or why not? Which region did you prefer? Justify your choice. FICHES VIDÉO 13 U5 FICHE 6 Understanding the video GOODBYE BAFANA I. Watch Part 1 without the soundtrack. Useful words police trucks / vans cudgel (matraque) victims throw to the ground flee (= escape) pick sth up witness beat sb up 1 Where does the scene take place?... 2 Work in 3 groups. a) Concentrate on one aspect of the scene only and fill in the grid. Group 1 The police Actions Group 2 The white family Group 3 The Blacks Reactions/ feelings b) Report orally to the other groups. Use the following link-words: while as suddenly all of a sudden finally. 3 What explains the little girl s reaction? What do you expect to hear on the soundtrack? II. Watch Part 1 (image + soundtrack). Sum up the scene orally. Police: pitiless / merciless / ruthless inhumane cruel violent brutal Blacks: defenceless panic-stricken yield to force Girl: shocked horrified amazed stunned (abasourdie) outraged (scandalisée) powerless 14 FICHES VIDÉO U5 FICHE 6 Understanding the video GOODBYE BAFANA III. Watch Part 2. 1 Focus on people and places. a) Where does the scene take place? What time of day is it? Justify. Useful words sparrow (moineau) swallow (hirondelle) goose (oie) duck (canard) buck (antilope, en Afrique du Sud) b) Who are the characters present at the beginning of the scene? c) What about their social background? Justify with visual elements from the scene. d) Where is the little girl? Describe the expression on her face. 2 Listen again to the dialogue between the father and the little girl. a) What does the little girl sound like? bewildered (perplexe) distressed (affligée) plaintive melancholic revengeful b) Pick out as many stressed words as you can. c) Organise your notes with the key words you have heard. The father The girl How do the parents justify what happened? a) Pick out as many key words as you can. b) What is their message? 4 Sum up the scene with the help of the following verbs. understand want to know wonder become aware of explain justify FICHES VIDÉO 15 U5 FICHE 7 Understanding the video SOWETO TODAY I. Before watching 1 Useful words. What words correspond to the following transcriptions? a) \ skølptse r \:..... b) \ SÅpIN mo l\:..... c) \Sœk\: Associate each word with one of the following pictures and translate them: a).... b) c) II. Watch the beginning of the video without the sound (until 00:13). 3 React to the first pictures (places? who? what? atmosphere?) III. Watch the video with the sound. Part 1 (until 00:33) 4 Where was this video filmed?... 5 Pick out two adjectives describing the area Complete the following sentence: The... represents an iconic moment during the... struggle and is a reminder (rappel) that this... is located in Fill in the following grid with key words about the place. Under apartheid No. No paved No.. Now A... Upmarket and a... Part 2 (00:34-01:19) 8 a) What have you learnt about Richard Maponya? What did he do? Where is he from? Skin colour Occupation (= businessman) 16 FICHES VIDÉO U5 FICHE 7 Understanding the video SOWETO TODAY b) He defied the odds by becoming one of the wealthiest people in the country. What does this sentence mean? Tick the correct answer(s). His situation is unusual. This is a common success story. He overcame many obstacles. It wasn t easy for him. 9 Who goes shopping to Maponya Mall and Rosebank Mall? Maponya Mall Predominantly... people. before the end of apartheid (20 years before the report) Rosebank Mall today 10 Focus on what this man says. He thinks apartheid belongs to South Africa s past. the new generation hasn t forgotten apartheid. people from all ethnic groups mix. Part 3 (01:20-01:41) 11 Pick out an adjective describing the impact of school in South Africa: 12 Find information about the students at Greenside High: a) when did they start school?..... b) attitude: strikingly... from previous.... Part 4 (01:42 to the end) 13 Circle the words you can hear in this part: wealth health skin colour poor black gap map haves have-nots cannot today apartheid 14 Pick out information about the Whites today. a) Proportion / number:..... b) Economic status: True or False? Justify with key words. There is as much difference between the poor and the rich now as under apartheid. T F What can this situation lead to? Pick out two words FICHES VIDÉO 17 U6 FICHE 8 Understanding the video JESSICA, AN AMAZING WOMAN I. Understanding the video Watch the video without the sound. 1 a) How old is the woman? b) What does she look like (physical description, hair-style)? c) What is she doing? List all her activities and say what she uses to do them. Useful words: sticks: baguettes keyboard: clavier comb one s hair: se peigner les cheveux unbuckle one s seatbelt: enlever sa ceinture de sécurité 2 What images strike you in the video? Why? Watch the video with the sound. 3 Part 1 (from the beginning to 0:44) a) Note down as many key words as possible. b) Use your answers to fill in the following grid. Characteristics of her daily life How? Qualities needed 18 FICHES VIDÉO U6 FICHE 8 Understanding the video JESSICA, AN AMAZING WOMAN 4 Part 2 (from 0:45 to the end) Useful words: be empowered \Im paÁE r d\: se sentir capable de shed a tear = cry Get ready: make sure you know how to read and write these words. \Ek septEns\.... \ fo wed\..... \ tsœlindz\.... \ ha dsip\ Watch part 2 once and pick out as many stressed words as you can. 6 Organise your notes. How was she brought up? What was her mother s motto? What did she believe? Father s attitude Mother s attitude Impact on her 7 Rephrase what you have understood in a few sentences. II. ACTION! 1 Recap what you have learnt about Jessica Cox. What does she manage to do? How? What is her attitude towards her disability? What does she refuse? What does she believe? the video \ vidieá\ is about it deals with it stresses / underlines / points out / emphasizes be born without energetic wilful: volontaire be faced / confronted with take up a challenge: relever un défi give up: abandonner tell sb sth provided: à condition que 2 Justify the title of the video. FICHES VIDÉO 19 U7 FICHE 9 Understanding the video THE GREATEST CODE BREAKER I. Get ready. 1 The following words are written phonetically. Read them aloud and write them down. \ p sikju t\.... \ na tsi\.... \ain stain\. \keád\.... \ko s\.... \ vizeneri\. \ kru SEl\... II. Watch Part 1 (from the beginning to 0:57). Listen to the first part (sound only). 2 Listen to the soundtrack of the video. Is the music dramatic? loud? scary? intriguing? monotonous? slow? depressing? joyful? lively? repetitive? 3 Pick out: the name of a man that is repeated:... a historical period:... as many words as you can hear: 4 Imagine what is going on / what the video is about. Now watch the first part with the image and check your answers. 5 a) Pick out as many words as you can on Turing s role and use the following stills to help you. His role Other words 20 FICHES VIDÉO U7 FICHE 9 Understanding the video THE GREATEST CODE BREAKER b) Find as many words as you can related to secrets. c) Organise your notes. What did he do? Consequence 6 a) What was the man s job?..... b) True or False? Justify by quoting key words. He is considered the father of modern computers. True False III. Watch Part 2 (from 0:58 to the end). 7 What kind of document is it? a news report a commercial (publicité) a trailer (bande-annonce) a film 8 True or False? Justify by quoting key words. a) His country didn t treat him like a hero. True False b) People criticized his personal life. True False 9 a) List all the objects you can see on the screen. b) What is the link (lien) with this man? Pick out key words. IV. Recap. a) Use the following words to recap. You can organise your notes thanks to the diagram below. a scientist computer science decisive huge = enormous grateful unknown mark a turning point contribute to sth pay tribute to sb track sb down play a key role in spite of: malgré not only but Information (origin, job )... And today b) What are your personal reactions to the trailer (soundtrack, rhythm, images )? Does it make you feel like (donner envie de) watching the film? Why or why not? Achievements (success) FICHES VIDÉO 21 U8 FICHE 10 Understanding the video UTAH NATIONAL PARKS I. Get ready. 1 Read the following descriptions and associate each description with a still from the video. Bryce \brais\ Canyon National Park is a national park located in southwestern Utah in the United States. The erosion has resulted in thousands of bizarre and fragile rock formations in many subtle shades of pink, white, yellow and red. The park is named after Ebenezer Bryce, a Mormon farmer who was the first modern-day settler in the region. Arches \ A tsiz\ National Park is named for the hundreds of sandstone arch formations located in the relatively small park. Zion \ zaien\ National Park includes mountains, canyons, buttes, mesas, monoliths, rivers, slot canyons. a)... b)... c)... 2 Find what words these phonetic transcriptions correspond to. \ si nik\... \ma z\ \ai kånik\... II. Watch the video. First viewing 3 What type of document is this? 22 FICHES VIDÉO U8 FICHE 10 Understanding the video UTAH NATIONAL PARKS 4 Focus on the different activities suggested for each national park. Zion Bryce Capitol Reef Canyon Lands Arches Second viewing 5 Now concentrate on the way the five national parks are presented. Pick out as many phrases, sentences as you can to describe the experience. 6 a) What are the two slogans? b) What is the goal of the document? 7 Would you like to visit The Mighty Five? Why or why not? 8 What activities would you prefer? Why? FICHES VIDÉO 23 U8 FICHE 10 Understanding the video UTAH NATIONAL PARKS FOR THE EXPERTS New Meeting Point 2 de I. Concentrate on the filming techniques. 1 Watch the video without sound and pay attention to the images. Tick the correct answers. (You can tick more than one box for each question.) a) The camera is almost always: static/stationary. moving. b) Shots are: long and slow. short, in quick succession. c) The camera angles are: high angle. low angle. eye-level. d) The types of framing used are: close-ups. medium shots. long shots. extreme long shots. 2 Recap filming techniques. The director keeps the camera.. to make the video seem more dynamic and exciting. The.. shots also give the video a fast rhythm. There is a variety of different.., such as:.. to s
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