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Welcome (back) to
English class!

about me

My name:
Ms. Emma PILLARD

My email address:
emma.pillard@universite-paris-saclay.fr

My office:
You can find me in the office n°126 of building 335 on campus.

Personal interests
and hobbies

What we will focus on in English classes this semester...

The main goal for you this year is to develop communication skills (oral and written) that will be directly useful for:
=> your future working lives (getting a job in the field of sport sciences WILL require a good command of English!)
=> you are likely to have classes in English in the upcoming years!
=> the certification that is now mandatory for all students of L3.

Une certification en anglais
désormais obligatoire...

Rentrée 2021/2022 : : il devient désormais obligatoire pour un.e étudiant.e en fin de 1er cycle (L3 / LDD3 / LP / DUT 2) de passer et d'obtenir une certification en anglais.

Le format de la certification qui sera retenue pour votre filière sera déterminé début octobre, pour un passage de la certification au 2ème semestre (période à définir, vers le mois de mai).

Niveau du CECRL à viser : B2 / C1, soit un niveau intermédiaire en route vers confirmé.

What you can expect from your English classes this semester:



This semester, we will discuss a series of issues that are related to sports and to teaching physical education.

All the documents you will need for this course and our lesson plans will be available on e-campus (en attendant la création d'un espace de cours pour l'anglais, vous pouvez consulter le padlet que j'ai créé pour votre filière, où vous retrouverez le contenu qui figurera ensuite sur e-campus ; voir diapo suivante).



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Class padlet

Just in case there is ever a problem with e-campus...
Class Padlet : https://padlet.com/egpillardpro/aylizf185cwag2yx












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What I expect from you in and out of the classroom...

This English course (15 hours) will be part of your UE "Conception et pratique d'intervention : Institutions, Outils et Méthodes 3" (7,5 / 30 ECTS).


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WHAT YOU MUST DO:
=> Please be on time for class.
=> When you are absent, please send me an email to let me know (and if you have a proper justification, do tell me!).
=> Please make sure your emails are polite and appropriately written.
=> Try to stay away from your phones or other distractions in class; it is important that you pay attention to what your teacher and other classmates are saying!
=> Please do your homework when you are given some.

WHAT YOU SHOULD DO:
=> Try to speak in English before you speak in French.
=> Participate as often as you can, even if it is just to ask a question / help someone out / make a comment, etc. It is excellent practice!


Student info

Please fill in the Student Information sheet.

Let me know if there is any information that you feel uncomfortable giving to me. You may be completely honest!!

You may give me a personal email address.





Sports pictograms

1) Look at the sports pictograms list with your group.
The group that finds the most sport names will win!

2) For every sport that you can name, you will be allowed to ask me a question to find out which of these statements is a lie (= which one is not true??).


Two truths, one lie :
I have two nationalities.
I am very good at doing push-ups (a push-up = une pompe).
I own a pony.

Sports pictograms




1) Horse riding



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2) Judo



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3) Cycling



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4) Tennis



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5) Archery (= le tir-à-l'arc)



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6) Basque pelota



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7) Waterpolo



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8) Karate (le e se prononce avec un i)



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9) Diving (= le plongeon / la plongée)



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10) Fencing (= l'escrime)



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11) Swimming



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12) Hockey (= le hockey sur glace)
(Le ey se prononce avec un i.)



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13) Pentathlon (fencing - shooting - swimming - horse riding - running)



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14) Handball



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15) Kayaking



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16) Shooting



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17) Sailing (= les sports nautiques / a sail = une voile ; to sail = naviguer)



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19) Rowing (= l'aviron)



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20) Running / Racing (= la course)
Athletics / Track-and-field (= l'athlétisme)



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21) Boxing



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22) Football (UK) / Soccer (US)



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23) Volleyball
(le ey se prononce avec un i)



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24) Wrestling (= la lutte)



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25) Gymnastics



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26) Table tennis



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26) Basketball

NB : en anglais, on ne peut pas dire "I play basket" (c'est une abréviation purement française...). Mais on pourra dire "I play ball". Idem pour handball...



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27) Basketball

NB : en anglais, on ne peut pas dire "I play basket" (c'est une abréviation purement française...). Mais on pourra dire "I play ball". Idem pour handball...



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28) Badminton



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29) Synchronized swimming



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30) Field hockey / Street hockey
(= le hockey sur gazon)



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31) Baseball



Create a freak PE actvity!

With your team, invent a physical education game that can be played by children (ages 8 and above), including the list of strange objects that Ms. Pillard will assign to your group.
1) What is the goal of the game?
2) What are the rules of the game?

=> The team that creates the most original and fun-to-play game will win the contest!


thanks!