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Séquence 2 Public cible 5e / Écouter, Parler : A2 ; Lire : A1 QUEEN IN CANADA La reine Élisabeth a effectué une visite officielle au Canada en juin 2010. On la voit ici dans son rôle de chef du Commonwealth. Elle était accompagnée par son mari, le duc d'Édimbourg. Tout comme sa mère, elle se sent chez elle dans ce pays dont elle est également la reine. Transcript Presenter: Now she has declared it a home away from home. But the Queen has been greeted by some very British weather on her arrival in Canada. The tour began in Halifax, Nova Scotia from where Paul Harrison reports. Paul Harrison: Home from home… It might have felt that way as the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh braved the heavy rain, and the wind, at the start of what is her majesty's twenty-second official visit to Canada. In the chill a warm welcome, followed by a state one… While the head of the Commonwealth visited Canada five years ago, it was 1994 when she and her husband last toured Nova Scotia. Back then of course, the Queen Mother was still alive… A timely moment then to reflect on her love of Canada. The Queen: My mother once said that this country felt like a home away from home for the Queen of Canada. Prime Minister, I am delighted to report that it still does and I am delighted to be back amongst you all.

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QUEEN IN CANADA
La reine Élisabeth a effectué une visite officielle au Canada en juin 2010. On la voit ici dans son rôle de chef du Commonwealth. Elle était accompagnée par son mari, le duc d’Édimbourg. Tout comme sa mère, elle se sent chez elle dans ce pays dont elle est également la reine.
Transcript Presenter:Now she has declared it a home away from home. But the Queen has been greeted by some very British weather on her arrival in Canada. The tour began in Halifax, Nova Scotia from where Paul Harrison reports. Paul Harrison:Home from home… It might have felt that way as the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh braved the heavy rain, and the wind, at the start of what is her majesty’s twentysecond official visit to Canada. In the chill a warm welcome, followed by a state one… While the head of the Commonwealth visited Canada five years ago, it was 1994 when she and her husband last toured Nova Scotia. Back then of course, the Queen Mother was still alive… A timely moment then to reflect on her love of Canada. The Queen:My mother once said that this country felt like a home away from home for the Queen of Canada. Prime Minister, I am delighted to report that it still does and I am delighted to be back amongst you all. Paul Harrison:Particularly back in the Mi’gmaq community. Scheduled early: a visit to a traditional wigwam village. Translated Mi’gmaq means: my people, your people, her people. And her people seemed delighted to see her too, whether sheltering from the elements or squelching through. It was as far back as the sixteenth century that indigenous Nova Scotians first came face to face with Europeans. Coming face to face with Canada’s Queen, a first too for these Mi’gmaq singers. The royal couple have conducted walkabouts in Canada spanning more than five decades, but they are both in their eighties, Prince Philip approaching ninety, and so lengthy longhaul tours like this one are likely to become fewer and farther between. Canadians will be sure to saver every moment. Paul Harrison, Sky News, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Objectifs et démarche pédagogique
Civilisation ¾La famille royale ¾Le Canada, le Commonwealth, le rôle de la reine ¾L’histoire du Canada
Lexique ¾Le temps:chill, chilly, rain, rainy, wind, windy, shelter. ¾:La famillehusband, wife, get married, child, children, son, daughter. ¾:Les vêtements, les accessoireshat, tie, jacket, shirt, raincoat, uniforms, feathers, umbrellas.
Structures grammaticales ¾Le prétérit avecago ¾Le comparatif
Phonologie ¾Prononciation de la lettre <u>
CECRL :: les vêtements,Je peux comprendre des expressions et un vocabulaire relatifs au quotidien la météo, l’âge d’une personne. –Écouter, A2 CECRL :Je peux trouver une information particulière dans des documents courants. –Lire, A1
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Démarche possible
I. Les élèves connaissent la reine Élisabeth. L’image figée permet de situer la scène en Amérique du Nord.
II. Visionner la séquence en entier. Faire commenter brièvement les vêtements, les uniformes, le chapeau de la reine.
III. Laisser les élèves prendre connaissance de la première activité de la fiche. 1. a) Écoute fractionnée de ce que dit le présentateur. Arrêts sur “very British weather, Halifax, Nova Scotia”ainsi que sur le nom du journaliste. nd b) Écoute fractionnée jusqu’au discours de la reine. Arrêts sur “Duke of Edinburgh, rain, windy, 22, 1994, still alive”. c) Faire récapituler la première partie de la séquence en prise de parole en continu. 2. Texte lacunaire portant sur le bref discours de la reine. Le faire mémoriser. 3. Cette activité vise à réactiver ou mettre en place le prétérit aux formes affirmatives, négatives et interrogatives. En fin d’année, on pourra développer l’emploi du prétérit avecagoen s’appuyant sur le commentaire du début de la séquence: “the head of the Commonwealth visited Canada five years ago”. Faire produire la question “When did the Queen visit a traditional wigwam village?” Donner la date de son voyage au Canada (juin 2010) afin d’obtenir : “she visited one in June 2010, five… six… months ago.” Même démarche pour les autres énoncés: “in the sixteenth century, five centuries ago.” Écoute de la reprise du commentaire de Paul Harrison jusqu’à “for these Mi’gmaq singers”. Faire retrouver les trois phrases données dans le désordre. 4. Visionner la fin de la séquence, faire répéter “they are both in their eighties”. Demander de poser les questions afin qu’ils trouvent leurs âges respectifs “When was she born? When was her husband born?”Donner les réponses. Le calcul mental en anglais posera problème à beaucoup d’élèves.
IV. PhonétiquePrononciation de la lettre <u>. Faire réécouter la séquence en arrêtant sur les six mots qui figurent dans l’activité.
V. La tâche finale vise à la validation du B2i. Cette activité peut se faire dans la salle d’informatique. Indiquer le site donné en complément. Faire insérer au moins trois photos. L’une peut être une photo de la reine. Une autre peut être une carte du Canada avec les provinces et territoires. Une troisième peut être la carte des pays du Commonwealth.
Compléments ¾www.royal.gov.uk/MonarchAndCommonwealth/Overview.aspx ¾TVLangues n° 16, séquence 6 :The Queen’s website. e ¾Join the Team5 ,Unit 5
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Corrigé des activités
I. Watch the frozen picture and answer. ‹Who?It’s the Queen, Queen Elizabeth the second. ‹Where?It’s in America, she is with American Indians. (First Nations People)
II. General comprehension – What is the report about? The queen visited Canada. The weather was not very nice. She had a yellow hat, She is famous for her hats. She was with her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh.
III. Detailed comprehension 1. Listen to the presenter a) Tick the correct answer ‹The weather was...;very British†very nice†we don’t know ‹The Queen began her tour in...†Montreal†Calgary;Halifax ‹She arrived in the province of...†Alberta;Nova Scotia†Manitoba ‹Write the name of the reporter:Paul Harrison b) Right or wrong. Tick the correct box. ‹The Queen was with the Duke of Edinburgh.;right†wrong ‹The Duke of Edinburgh is the Queen’s husband.;right†wrong ‹It was sunny.†right;wrong ‹;right†wrong It was windy. st ‹official visit to Canada.It was the Queen’s 21†right;wrong ‹Her last official visit was in 1993.†right;wrong ‹At that time the Queen Mother was already dead.†right;wrong c) Recap: Who / whereThe Queen visited Canada. Her titlesShe is the Queen of the UK and the head of the Commonwealth. Her tour began in (town / province)Halifax in Nova Scotia. CompanyShe was with her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh. Number of officials visits thereThis was her twentysecond official visit there. Last official visitHer last official visit to Canada was in 2005. Weather (clothes…)It was rainy and windy, so she had a raincoat and an umbrella. What she saidShe said she loved Canada, she felt at home.
2. Listen to the Queen and fill in the blanks. Mymotheroncesaidthat thiscountryfelt like ahomeaway from homefortheQueenofCanada. Prime Minister, Iamdelighted to report that it still does and am delighted to bebackamongstyouall.
3. Make three sentences with words from the three columns. The Queen visited a traditional wigwam village. Her people seemed delighted to see her. th Indigenous Nova Scotians came face to face with the Europeans in the 16century for the first time.
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4. Listen to the end of the report and find out their ages. Tick the correct box. less than 80 years oldmore than 80 years oldmore than 90 years old The Queen is... 3 Prince Philip is... 3
The Queen is the same age as her husband.†right;wrong The Queen is older than her husband.†right;wrong The Queen is younger than her husband.;right†wrong She was born in1926, so she is ......................................... years old. He was born in1921, so, now he is ......................................... years old. Consequence for the future: They will travelless.
IV. Phonetics – Choose the correct pronunciation of the letter <u>
duke but husband community conducted
[ju:] sound of you 3
3
[y] sound of duck
3 3
3
V. Use Internet to find out about the Commonwealth, the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh (dates of birth, residence, number of children, her visit to Canada: where it began, what the weather was like, what she visited...). Write a text of 60 words. Write the names of the sites you surfed on and insert three pictures.
1. The Commonwealth is an association of 53 countries. These countries were part of the British Empire. Queen Elizabeth is the head of the Commonwealth. The most populated of these countries is India and the smallest is Nauru.
2. Queen Elizabeth II was born in 1926. Her husband is the Duke of Edinburgh and they got married in 1952. She was crowned in 1953. She has four children, three sons: Prince Charles, Prince Edward, Prince Andrew, and a daughter: Princess Anne.
3. The queen visited Canada in June 2010. This was her twentysecond official visit to this country. The weather was not very nice, it rained a lot and it was very windy. It was very British weather. She visited a wigwam village and she said she loved Canada. She is not just the Queen of the UK. She is the Queen of Canada too.
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Nom :
I. Watch the frozen picture and answer. ‹Who? .................................................................... ‹Where? ....................................................................
Classe :
Date :
II. General comprehension – What is the report about? ................................................................................................................................................................. ................................................................................................................................................................. .................................................................................................................................................................
III. Detailed comprehension 1. Listen to the presenter a) Tick the correct answer ‹The weather was...†very British†very nice†we don’t know ‹The Queen began her tour in...†Montreal†Calgary†Halifax ‹She arrived in the province of...†Alberta†Nova Scotia†Manitoba ‹Write the name of the reporter: ............................................................. b) Right or wrong. Tick the correct box. ‹The Queen was with the Duke of Edinburgh.†right†wrong ‹The Duke of Edinburgh is the Queen’s husband.†right†wrong ‹It was sunny.†right†wrong ‹It was windy.†right†wrong st ‹official visit to Canada.It was the Queen’s 21†right†wrong Her last official visit was in 1993.ht rong ‹†rig†w ‹At that time the Queen Mother was already dead.†right†wrong c) Recap: Who / where.......................................................................................................... Her titles.......................................................................................................... Her tour began in (town / province).......................................................................................................... Company .......................................................................................................... Number of officials visits there.......................................................................................................... Last official visit.......................................................................................................... Weather (clothes…).......................................................................................................... What she said..........................................................................................................
2. Listen to the Queen and fill in the blanks. My ................................. once ................................. that this ................................. felt like a ................................. away from home ................................. the ................................. of ................................. Prime Minister, I ................................. delighted to report that it still does and am delighted to be ................................. amongst ................................. all.
You can use the following words: Canada, back, home, said, country, mother, Queen, am, you, for.
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Séquence2 Queen in Canada
Nom :
3. Make three sentences with words from the three columns.
The Queen Her people Indigenous Nova Scotians
seemed came visited
Classe :
Date :
th face to face with the Europeans in the 16century for the first time. a traditional wigwam village. delighted to see her.
.......................................................................................................................................................................... .......................................................................................................................................................................... .......................................................................................................................................................................... ..........................................................................................................................................................................
4. Listen to the end of the report and find out their ages.
The Queen is
Prince Philip is
less than 80 years old
more than 80 years old
more than 90 years old
The Queen is the same age as her husband.†right†wrong The Queen is older than her husband.†right†wrong The Queen is younger than her husband.†right†wrong She was born in ......................, so she is ......................................... years old. He was born in ......................, so, now he is ......................................... years old. Consequence for the future: They will travel .........................................
IV. Phonetics – Choose the correct pronunciation of the letter <u>
duke but husband community conducted
[ju:] sound of you
[y] sound of duck
V. Use Internet to find out about the Commonwealth, the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh (dates of birth, residence, number of children, her visit to Canada: where it began, what the weather was like, what she visited...). Write a text of 60 words. Write the names of the sites you surfed on and insert three pictures.
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