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  • Les jeux en ligne du Big Challenge

    15 January 2015 ( #Useful tools )

    Que vous vous inscriviez ou non au concours THE BIG CHALLENGE, vous avez la possibilité de vous entrainer tout en vous amusant : - Le YES NO GAME pour réviser tout le vocabulaire de base – vous apprendrez d’abord comment le mot s’écrit, puis comment il...

  • THE BIG CHALLENGE 2016 : save the date !

    14 September 2015

    The next edition of The Big Challenge will take place on Tuesday, 3 May 2016. Be sure to mark your calendars! The new site is on line now. You can already start reviewing basic vocabulary by playing the Yes No Game starting with easy categories (text...

  • PICTURE CONTEST : first photograph

    18 February 2009 ( #Picture Contest )

    Have you seen this picture before ? What is it and where is it ? If you know the answer, click on " add comment " to send it. Hurry up, the first one to come up with the right answer will be the winner. Need some help ? Visit Mme Monin's blog, you will...


    10 March 2009 ( #Picture Contest )

    At Grégory's request, here is the fourth picture. As 10C-pupils have soooo much free time this afternoon, here's to keep you busy... What is a typical English breakfast composed of ? Have a good look at thie picture and list 12 different items. A full...


    17 February 2009 ( #Tongue twisters )

    Here are a few tongue twisters to practise your pronunciation: The rain in Spain stays mainly in the plains. (My Fair Lady) Huge houses are hadly hot. The happy hamster has a hat. Hungry Harry ate a hundred haddocks. Four fat frogs flattened five French...

  • PICTURE CONTEST : second photo

    03 March 2009 ( #Picture Contest )

    Here is a new picture with the same question again : What is it and where is it ? Will you be up to this new challenge ? Be the first to answer by clicking on "ajouter un commentaire". Good luck ! That is the correct answer, Rémi (10B). It is the Giant's...


    31 October 2008 ( #Special events )

    It's Halloween today. HAPPY HALLOWEEN ! On 31st October, the night before All Saints' Day , Americans, Scots and Irish people celebrate Hallowe'en : they dress up as witches and ghosts, have parties, tell ghost stories and play games. Hallowe'en is the...

  • BRAVEHEART by Mel GIBSON (year 10)

    01 March 2009 ( #Cinema )

    Last October we worked on William WALLACE's life and watched Braveheart in class (thanks to Yoann, 10B, who lent me his DVD for a week). William Wallace was Scottish. He was born more than 7 centuries ago, in 1272 in Elderslie, Scotland . Wallace's father...

  • What can I do, by The Corrs (year 10)

    05 March 2009 ( #Music )

    The Corrs are the Pride of Ireland. They are a traditional Irish pop-rock group whose music has Celtic roots . The family band is made up of 4 siblings : 3 sisters, Andrea, Sharon, Caroline and 1 brother, Jim. They created their band 19 years ago, in...

  • WHITE CHRISTMAS (year 10)

    06 January 2009 ( #Music )

    The song White Christmas is a famous and popular Christmas song. The music and lyrics were written by Irving Berlin in 1942 and sung by Bing Crosby. The lyrics of White Christmas struck a chord with the soldiers fighting in the Second World War and their...

  • E.T. the Extra-terrestrial by Steven Spielberg

    08 March 2009 ( #Cinema )

    9 Academy Awards nominations, including Best Picture and Best Director Last month we talked about aliens and E.T.s. First, we answered the 7 questions of a very unusual poll and discovered that some of us may have been abducted by aliens even if they...

  • PICTURE CONTEST : third photograph

    10 March 2009 ( #Picture Contest )

    Here's a new pic and a new challenge for you : What is it and where is it ? www.panoramio.com Send your answer quickly ! You're right, Marius (and Apolline !). It is Royal Albert Hall of Arts and Sciences. It is in the City of Westminster, London . Since...

  • DANCES WITH WOLVES by Kevin Costner (year 10)

    10 March 2009 ( #Cinema )

    First, Michael Blake wrote a book called Dances with wolves in 1988. Then, in 1990 Kevin Costner, the famous American actor, turned the film into a huge cinema hit. Dances with wolves is an epic film which tells the story of a United States Army lieutenant,...


    12 March 2009 ( #Special events )

    Red Nose Day is coming soon, this year it is on Friday March 13th ! But What is Red Nose Day ? Red Nose Day is a big charity event. The Comic Relief team takes some fantastic fund-raising in schools, offices and homes across the United Kingdom, mixes...


    12 March 2009 ( #Special events )

    LE PRINTEMPS DES POETES Here is a new challenge sponsored by Madame MONIN : As it is "le printemps des poètes" at school at the moment, write your own poem or choose a poem which you like... Grégory (10C) sent me his poem earlier on by e-mail. Here it...


    17 March 2009 ( #Patron saints )

    My blog has gone green on Saint Patrick's day (for one day only )!... On March 17th, Irish people and descendents of Irish immigrants in the English-speaking world celebrate Saint Patrick's day. Saint Patrick's Day (in Irish : Lá ’le Pádraig or Lá Fhéile...


    07 May 2009 ( #Music )

    Paul Revere and the Raiders is an American rock band which had enormous success in the second half of the 1960's and early 1970's. Indian Reservation, the Lament of the Cherokee Reservation Indian is the Raiders' biggest hit. You'll find the lyrics are...


    17 March 2009 ( #Useful tools )

    If you can't remember how to pronounce a word, or even a sentence, type your word, sentence or even text, then choose an accent (English, Irish, Scottish or American...) and Emily, Moira, Fiona or Tom will say it for you. It is a very interesting tool...


    19 March 2009 ( #Grammar )

    Here is a very good lesson about the Passive Voice which we are working on in class now. This is an introduction to the passive in two parts. Jennifer, ESL teacher, talks about what the passive is, how it's formed, and why it's used. State a sentence...


    31 March 2009 ( #Special events )

    April Fools' Day or All Fools' Day , is not a real holiday but an important day celebrated in France, England, Scotland, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand,and the United States on April 1st. It's also celebrated in Belgium, Denmark, Italy, Switzerland,...


    20 March 2009 ( #Music )

    http://www.blavish.com/exomos-goby-yellow-submarine-for-the-holidays/ Mme Jeanjean, our music teacher , told me she's studying and singing " Yellow submarine " with her year7-pupils. She asked me to sing it with you. You can watch this clip. It's really...


    24 March 2009 ( #Special events )

    "LA SEMAINE DE LA PRESSE" This week my focus is on the press as it is Press Week here at school in Ancemont. How well do you know the press ? Here's a BBC quiz ( you'll have to answer 6 questions only ! ) to test your knowledge of the press. Try it, you'll...

  • MATILDA by Danny DeVito

    29 March 2009 ( #Cinema )

    MATILDA , A BRILLIANT AMERICAN COMEDY All year 7 pupils watched the film Matilda last January. Matilda is a novel by Roald Dahl. It was first published in London in 1988. It was adapted into a film which was released in 1996. Danny DeVito is the director....


    29 March 2009 ( #Special events )

    DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME BEGINS DST or summer time began at 2:00 AM last night. DST is the convention of advancing clocks so that afternoons have more daylight and mornings have less. Typically clocks are adjusted forward one hour near the start of spring...


    03 April 2009 ( #Useful tools )

    This is your homework for Monday, April 20th : - Year 7 : relire tous les cours à partir du 27 mars 2009 afin d'être capable de parler de vos habitudes à la maison. Savoir également parler des habitudes de Penny et d'Helen en s'entrainant à bien prononcer...

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Ce blog pédagogique a été créé par Madame Lebeau, professeur d'anglais au Collège Louis de Broglie à Ancemont près de Verdun.
Il s'adresse aux élèves désireux de progresser en anglais.
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