JOURNEY TO YOUR WORLD "CHALLENGER CRAFT"

MON QUARTIER

MES BUTS

  •  Apprendre à propos les lieux de mon quartier.
  • Apprendre les differents mètiers et professions que l'on peut trouver dans un quartier.
  • Augmenter les vocabulaire à propos les activitès et occupations selon le mètier et la profession.
  • Ècrire un paragraphe descriptif en utilisant les connecteur logiques
Va au E expression


VA au  D pour savoir la définition
 

Va au 1 pour commencer 


Va au C  pour les connectuer loguiques. 



Va au C2 pour les connecteur loguiques avancès




Va au C3 pour les connecteur loguiques et les relations loguiques.

LE PLURIEL


VA AU LIEN  P


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2 Pluriel des adjectifs exprimant une couleur

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INSTRUCTIONS:

 

  1. Tout d'abord il me faut apprendre de nouveaux mots, alors, je vais sur le lien A où j'ètudie le vocabulaire.
  2. Ensuite, je fait des phrases courtes avec les nouveaux most, comme  dans le modèle.
  3. D'après, je vais au lien B pour apprendre certains connecteur logique qui vont m'aider à bien dècrire un lieu.

 


exercise A

 DESCRIPTION

1 la première


2 la deuxième



C TRAITS DE PERSONNALITÉ



"The most important characteristic of the Washington Monument is its height. Jutting 555 feet into the skies of Washington, D.C., the white marbel-faced shaff is the tallest obelisk in the world. The second most notable characteristic of the monument is the crowd of visitors who, shifting from foot to foot, wait their turns to enter the monument. Elevators whisk visitors to the top for a panoramic view of the capital with its imposing buildings, tree-lined streets, and sparkling bodies of water. While most visitors choose to take the elevator back down to the base of the monument, some of the more vigorous opt to hike down the stone coil of 898 steps. one curious aspect of the monument is its interior climate. "Rain" resulting from condensation sometimes startles those who visit the upper levels of the monument during warm cloudless days.

Brown et al (1992)

exercise B

Underline the stative verbs and circle the dynamic verbs in the phrases listed below.

1- There are animals as far as the eye can see.

2- the fields stretch as far as the horizon.

3- A path leads to the village.

4- To the left of the cottage there is a barn.

5- The hills seems to rise up from nowhere.

6- The village is set among pine trees.

7- A path curves around the hill.

8- The road winds through the forest.

exercise C

Reread the paragraph "Description" and list the verbs in two columns.

Column A: stative verbs

Column B: dynamic verbs

exercise D

Go to http://www.outdoor-photos.com/photo/28272.html , based on this Landscape write a paragraph in which you use stative verbs and dynamic verbs. 100 words. Complete "fishbone diagram" at http://classtools.net/widgets/fishbone_4/DiyOM.htm to help you.

 

REFERENCES

Brown, et al (1992) English, New York, Houghton Mifflin, 132

Evans, V. and Dooley, J. (2000) Mission course book 1. New York. Express publishing.

 

 


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