• Hello,

    Today, you prepared your questions as a detective to interrogate the different suspects in Jack the Ripper's case.

    No homework for Thursday but be ready to find the killer!

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  • Hello,

    Today, you completed the first testimony with additional information.

    Testimony – Part 2

    It was* 2 a.m. on the 9th.

    Kelly was waiting for a potential customer.

    She said* “Alright” and he said* “you will be alright.”

    They were drinking.

    The man was holding a small parcel in his left hand with a strap around it.

    They both went* into Dorset street.

    Homework for Tuesday 19th : apprendre testimony part 2

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  • Hello,

    Today, you built the profile of the victims and then you discovered the testimony of a witness.

    The profile of the victims


    The victims were* all prostitutes.

    They were* all women.

    They were* all killed in Whitechapel at night or early in the morning.

    They all had* different legal activities before they were* forced into prostitution.

    He killed all of them with a knife and they all were* horribly mutilated.

    The distance between the crimes was* small.

    Thursday, June 14th

    Homework for Monday 18th: apprendre le témoignage par coeur.

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  • Hello,

    Today, you had a test on Whitechapel.

    Then, on the tablets, you discovered the victims of Jack the Ripper and did some research to learn more information about them.

    No homework for Thursday 14th.

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  • Hello,

    Aujourd’hui, nous avons terminé la présentation du quartier de Whitechapel et vous avez expliquez pourquoi ce quartier a rendu le travail de la police plus difficile.

    Historical and social context of the murders

    In 1888, Queen Victoria sat* on the throne for 50 years.

    London was* the largest and the most powerful capital city in the world. 

    But in the district of Whitechapel, life was* a daily battle for survival.

    76000 residents lived in abject poverty in this crime-ridden quarter (= district). 

    There were* a lot of diseases and starvation; the district had* the highest death rates of the capital.


    1.The victims had* no family so nobody called the police.

    2. The victims were* female prostitutes so nobody cared.

    3. The victims were* drunk so they couldn't defend themselves.

    4. The streets were* very dirty so there were* no clues or evidence.

    Tuesday 12th: TEST on Whitechapel

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