Par Mrs Menenteau le 4 Avril 2016 à 18:22
Today, you explained why Mr Maloney's murder was a perfect crime.
Then, you did a phonology activity on the pronunciation of the the -ED ending:
After your filled in your check-list, you corrected your test (probabilty):
- Final task tomorrow: révisions fiche objectifs + la probabilité (passé et présent)
Par Mrs Menenteau le 25 Mars 2016 à 13:25
First, you mentioned the elements you had identified for your investigation.
Then, you added new ones. Here they are:
Then, when you discovered the last sentence, your version instantly changed:
- Pas cours Mardi
- Revoir tout le vocabulaire du chapitre + la probabilité au présent / passé: TEST
- FINAL TASK: 5/04
Par Mrs Menenteau le 22 Mars 2016 à 15:19
First, you corrected your vocabulary activity.
Then, you listed all the elements you need for a perfect investigation:
I need :
- a crime scene
- a crime weapon
- alibis : What ? Where ? Who ?
-> to find the murderer / the motive.
->to write a report.
Written by Inès.
You started investigating on your last case, using the list above.
Here are the first elements you found:
Patrick was stricken / was hit on the back of his head with a heavy blunt instrument.
Patrick must have been hit with a sledgehammer or a spanner.
He might have been hit with a heavy metal vase, because his wife didn't have one at home.
Written by Inès.
- Lesson: Tell about the first elements of your investigation.
- Re-read the text and find other elements
Par Mrs Menenteau le 21 Mars 2016 à 16:34
After a short warm-up, you gave your conclusions about the murder case: Who is the culprit? What is the motive?
Then, as a conclusion to the text, you worked on the double meaning of the sentence 'My feet are killing me' (9)
Here is what you said:
Mrs Franks said her feet are hurting/ are aching maybe because her shoes are uncomfortable.
These is dramatic irony because she was strangled with silk stockings.
Written by Manon.
You also worked on your observation skills thanks to the activity below:
Here is the correction:
Here are funny videos about observation skills:
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