TSTMG2 2022/23

Tuesday, November 22nd

  1. didn’t want
  2. took
  3. should not work / needed
  4. had just turned
  5. was

Tuesday, November 15th

Tuesday, November 8th

Using the worksheet “How to talk about any document

WHAT: The document I’m going to talk to you about is a photo about Spiderman by Dulce Pinzon.

WHERE: The scene takes place in a big American city.

WHEN: The event occured in a contemporary setting.

WHO: The main character is a professional window cleaner disguised as Spiderman.

SUMMARY: The main issue is that of Mexican migrants who can be seen as superheroes instead of being discriminated against.

PARTS: The picture can be divided into 2 parts, on the left hand side there is New York landscape and on the right hand side Spiderman on the wall of a tall building / skyscraper.

ANALYSIS: By taking this photo, Dulce Pinzon wants the viewer to realize that Mexican workers can be seen as superheroes by their families in Mexico.

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


Monday, November 7th

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…)

Tuesday, October 18th

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)

Tuesday, October 11th

Build sentences using the proper tense

1. holidays / on / be / Durrells / the

2. on / be / Corfu / they

3. they /a / large / live / villa/ in

4. receive / they / a / letter

5. a / it / long / be / letter

6. great / be / from / Aunt / Hermione / it

7. and / she / come /want / to / with / stay / them

8. not / she / in / good / be / health

9. advise / a / doctors/ her / climate / warm

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1.The Durrells were on holidays.

2.They were on Corfu.

3.They were living in a large villa.

4.They received a letter.

5.It was a long letter.

6.It was from great Aunt Hermione.

7.She wanted to come and stay with them.

8.She was not in good health.

9.Her doctors (had) advised a warm climate.

Make one long sentence out of all these short ones, using: as / while / because / who and commas.

Possible solution: While the Durrells were on holidays on Corfu, living in a large villa, they received a letter from great Aunt Hermione who wanted to come and stay with them because her doctors had advised a warm climate as she was not in good health.

Tuesday, October 4th

Monday, October 3rd

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 and Tuesday 27th

Translate focusing on the proper tenses

Tuesday, September 20th

ETLV – Monday, September 19th

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

Tuesday, September 13th

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

ETLV – Monday, September 12th

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

Tuesday, September 6th

General introduction and a short recap about the tenses in English.

ETLV – Monday, September 5th

(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)