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Pour jeudi  21 avril par mail : keepcalm.learning@gmail.com Recap of the beginning of the film 1) This film doesn’t stick to the usual Bollywood characteristics. Why ? 2) So what type of movie is it ? Action /  Comedy  /  Detective  /  Drama   /  Fantasy   / … Lire la suite »Homework


The action of the movie  we will watch and study during the Indian Festival is set in Kolkata, India. Let’s first discover India and then Bengal. Then watch the presentation of the city in the following video. India: Main facts The British established themselves in… Lire la suite »Kahaani


The Irish potato famine https://youtu.be/0nOAQAZqvsw?t=3 1/ Global comprehension.Link the following dates  (1845 / 1846) and numbers (6 years / 100,000 / 1,000,000 / 1/5) to what they refer to:– The estimated number of people who died from disease and malnutrition: 1/5– The number of Irish… Lire la suite »Ireland


Line 1 to 10 Line 11 to 25 Line 26 to the end The Gulabi Gang in images https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHl_nLDptV8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HyCQDIwHlXY The Partition More about the Partition in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5Ps1TZXAN8 The creation of modern India and Pakistan, explained -Al Jazeera August 13th, 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w_FSUcZfcx0 Find… Lire la suite »India

Cambridge Certificate

Sample papers 1 https://www.cambridgeenglish.org/exams-and-tests/first-for-schools/preparation/ Sample papers 2 https://exams-owl.com/b2-first-for-schools/ Sample papers 3 https://tracktest.eu/english-practice-test-with-answers-b2/ Epreuves écrites:le 9 mars de 9 à 13h Les épreuves du Cambridge English Certificate (CEC) se déroulent dans l’établissement de l’élève. Les épreuves du CEC sont évaluées par des professeurs de l’Education nationale… Lire la suite »Cambridge Certificate

Women’s rights

Suffragette, the film 1/ What was a suffragette? explain the meaning of that word. Suffrage = vote / Suffragettes were women who wanted the right to vote. 2/ What did the Suffragettes want ? Why? When did this take place, and where? Suffragettes wanted to… Lire la suite »Women’s rights


Graffiti Picture analysis: Reverse Graffiti Though graffiti is often pointed at as being illegal and mere vandalism, it can also be used as a powerful tool to address environmental, societal and political issues and, at the same time, to raise awareness.You will firstly learn about… Lire la suite »Artivism


The Origins of Gun Culture Fighting for independence : the Revolutionary War of 1775 Listen to the MP3 below and answer the questions with complete sentences What did the American colonies do ? Why was this war difficult to win for the colonists ? On top of that,… Lire la suite »Ameriguns

The legacy of 9/11

Two Decades Later, the Enduring Legacy of 9/11 Test correction 1) the population’s general feelings after the attacks (3 different nouns) : shock / sadness / fear / anger 2) Medium which broadcast the news: television 3) Places where the impact was the most significant:… Lire la suite »The legacy of 9/11

Roosevelt and the New Deal

The Roaring 20s House Beautiful, 1928 When December was Christmas. Illustration by Antonio Petruccelli from New Jersey The 1920s are characterized by a great boom in the American society from the econonomic point of view: They are called « The Roaring Twenties » or « The Raging Twenties »… Lire la suite »Roosevelt and the New Deal