TSTMG1 2022/23

Wednesday, May 24th

Quizzes : jump in!

Harry Potter

Emoji Country

16 personalities

National Geographic

US States

General Knowledge

Monday, March 27th

Bank of Dave, to download the film click here

an article about the film on Mashable

Monday, March 6th

Monday, February 22nd

Reported Speech

Monday, January 9th

with my very best wishes for 2023

Reading Tartan, a short-story by George Mackay Brown.

Visualizing the scene by drawing elements. The scene takes place in the north of Scotland, near Durness and it looks like this when the weather is good!

Wednesday, December 14th

you need to work with 2 windows side-by-side (one for the sound, the other for the exercise, or you may listen to the sound file on your smartphone)

The Bear and The Dragon by Tom Clancy – American accent + extract from a spy novel – you may download the mp3 file or listen to it directly below.

and/or

Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling – British accent – extract from the first chapter of the first volume – you may download the mp3 file or listen to it directly below.

Monday, December 12th

Writing a short poem

Monday, December 5th

Tony and Sandra, exercise, verbs, fill-in-the-blanks

  1. 1didn’t want
  2. 2took
  3. 3should not work / needed
  4. 4had just turned
  5. 5was
  6. 6enjoyed
  7. 7was
  8. 8had
  9. 9noticed
  10. 10joined
  11. 11knew
  12. 12invited
  13. 13 was
  14. 14 accepted
  15. 15 didn’t really know
  16. 16 had never done
  17. 17 told
  18. 18watched
  19. 19 were
  20. 20disappeared
  21. 21found
  22. 22 talked
  23. 23 took
  24. 24 went up
  25. 25 offered
  26. 26 accepted
  27. 27 left
  28. 28 asked
  29. 29 began
  30. 30 thought
  31. 31 didn’t approve
  32. 32 asked
  33. 33 thought
  34. 34 was
  35. 35 should work
  36. 36 could be discussed
  37.  
  38. 38 did
  39. 39wanted
  40. 40stopped seeing
  41. 41 was
  42. 42 was
  43. 43 was
  44. 44 was
  45. 45 managed
  46. 46 was
  47. 47 was
  48. 48 hurried out
  49. 49 was
  50. 50 was
  51. 51 managed
  52. 52 was
  53. 53 was
  54. 54 did not want
  55. 55 realized
  56. 56 loved
  57. 57 understood
  58. 58 had
  59. 59 felt
  60. 60 gave
  61. 61 got
  62. 62 lived
  63. 63 is

Monday, November 14th

Monday, November 7th

The real story of the Superheroes Bernabe Mendez from the State of Guerrero. Works as a professional window cleaner in New York he sends 500 dollars a month. http://www.dulcepinzon.com/
Bernabe Mendez from the State of Guerrero, works as a professional window cleaner in New York. He sends 500 dollars a month.

Photographer : Dulce Pinzon

Series : The real story of Superheroes

Source : dulcepinzon.com

Wednesday, October 19th

Search the web in English to be able to talk about the WWF for a few minutes. Don’t use Google which is mainly going to give you results in French, but try another search engine called Duckduckgo which can be easily switched to another language and location => https://duckduckgo.com/settings

Collect elements in English (sentences, phrases, words…)

Monday, October 17th

To watch The Circle, follow this link!

The aim behind watching The Circle (the link opens to IMDB.com – the American equivalent of AlloCiné.fr) is to write a film review about it, here you may find a few tips about writing a film review. This review (250 words +/- 10% – please indicate it) is to be handed in the week after the Autumn holidays, simply paste the text in my contact page).

Wednesday, October 12th

Search the web in English to be able to talk about Nike for a few minutes. Don’t use Google which is mainly going to give you results in French, but try another search engine called Duckduckgo which can be easily switched to another language and location => https://duckduckgo.com/settings

Collect elements in English (sentences, phrases, words…)

Monday, October 10th

Wednesday, October 5th

Search the web in English to be able to talk about Nike for a few minutes. Don’t use Google which is mainly going to give you results in French, but try another search engine called Duckduckgo which can be easily switched to another language and location => https://duckduckgo.com/settings

Collect elements in English (sentences, phrases, words…)

Monday, October 3rd

Translate focusing on the proper tenses

Wednesday, September 28th

Search the web in English to be able to talk about Nike for a few minutes. Don’t use Google which is mainly going to give you results in French, but try another search engine called Duckduckgo which can be easily switched to another language and location => https://duckduckgo.com/settings

Collect elements in English (sentences, phrases, words…)

Monday, September 26th

Wednesday, September 21st

Take some notes while doing the exercise, don’t write EVERYTHING but write SOMETHING!

  1. Word formation
  2. Compound adjectives
  3. Compound nouns
  4. False friends

Monday, September 19th

Monday, September 12th

Born a Crime by Trevor Noah (Axe 1 identity & Exchange)

ETLV – Wednesday, September 14th

  1. Howlers – most common mistakes to avoid
  2. numbers and figures (to train yourself at home use this)
  3. useful vocabulary

Monday, September 12th

Born a Crime by Trevor Noah (Axe 1 identity & Exchange)

ETLVWednesday, September 7th

(extrait du B.O. Bulletin Officiel de l’Education Nationale)

Enseignement Technologique en Langue Vivante (ETLV)
• Cet enseignement concerne les filières technologiques et porte sur la LVA (anglais).
• Le niveau visé est le niveau B2.
• 1 heure d’ETLV chaque semaine.
Co-enseignement
Chaque heure d’ETLV est encadrée par deux enseignants.
Un(e) professeur(e) de spécialité technologique.
Un(e) professeur(e) d’anglais.
Le travail portera à la fois sur des éléments du programme de STMG et sur les axes du programme d’anglais afin de mettre en parallèle les savoirs linguistiques et technologiques.
Objectifs des séances d’ETLV
Développer l’oral et enrichir le vocabulaire pour gagner en aisance dans les situations de communication du cadre scolaire et de l’activité professionnelle future.
Développer les initiatives individuelles et/ou collectives (travaux de groupes) lors de la mise en œuvre de tâches diverses et encourager les démarches de projet.
Evaluation
Epreuve de contrôle continu organisée en mai/juin lors de l’année de terminale.
Jury composé d’un enseignant d’anglais et d’un enseignant de la spécialité technologique qui évalueront les élèves sur leur capacité à communiquer sur les contextes étudiés.
Modalités de l’épreuve d’expression orale
5 min en continu + entretien de 5 min avec les examinateurs/trices
pas de temps de préparation
1ère partie : le candidat utilise ses propres ressources et sa présentation doit porter sur une organisation (entreprise, administration ou association). Il peut s’appuyer sur les projets réalisés lors des années de 1ère et de Terminale.
Dans la 2° partie de l’épreuve, le candidat devra répondre aux questions du jury qui porteront sur sa présentation. On lui demandera d’approfondir certains points et de faire le lien avec l’axe du programme de langue vivante.
Les critères d’évaluation
Qualité de l’expression orale (organisation, pertinence, fluidité du discours)
Interaction orale (capacité à argumenter et à relancer une discussion)
Correction de la langue orale (notamment prononciation et accentuation)
Richesse de la langue (variété et niveau de précision du lexique et des structures employés)


Monday, September 5th

General introduction and a short history of the English Language.

=> homework: watch the video