• Hello everyone,


    This week we started making our posters about the poem: In Flanders fields.


    We will finish next lesson.



    Remember: learn the poem for Monday!


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  • Hello everyone,


    Last lesson, we wrote the poem In Flanders fields and then we explained the vocabulary and the poet's intentions. Then you had to memorise the vocabulary.


    In Flanders Fields


    By John McCrae




    In Flanders fields the poppies blow


    Between the crosses, row on row,


    That mark our place; and in the sky


    The larks, still bravely singing, fly


    Scarce heard amid the guns below.




    We are the Dead. Short days ago


    We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,


    Loved and were loved, and now we lie,


    In Flanders fields.




    Take up our quarrel with the foe:


    To you from failing hands we throw


    The torch; be yours to hold it high.


    If ye break faith with us who die


    We shall not sleep, though poppies grow


    In Flanders fields.



    Today, we started our poster about the poem. We decided how to interpret the different parts of the poem.




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  • Hello everyone,

    Today, we listened to Felix talking about the tradition of the poppy.

    Your mindmap is in your copybooks.


    Then we focussed on Moina Michaels and John Mc Crae, he wrote a poem abot his dead freind 'In Flanders Fields' Here is an audio version:



    For Friday 27/11

    Faire des recherches sur les deux personnes vues en cours et rédiger 2 ou 3 phrases en anglais sur chacune d'entre elles.

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    Monday, November 26th (the twenty-sixth) 2018


    Why do British people wear poppies for remembrance day ?


    A poppy is a bright red flower which quickly dies. These flowers grew in battlefields after the first world war : there were thousands in the trenches.

    Now people wear a poppy on their chests/hearts to show their respect to those who died. The red colour symbolizes blood and the uniform of the Royal army.

    People pay about one pound (or they can give a more generous donation) to wear their poppy with pride. (they are proud to wear thier poppies). The money is given to associations for veterans but also women who are widows and orphans.

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  • Hello everybody.


    Today, you started working on Remembrance day. Your mindmap is in your copybooks and you will need to answer a question for next Monday (26/11) : Why do British people wear a poppy on November 11th?

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