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March 8th, 2022

English - 3e

index

1. Objectives

2. Introductory Document : Describing an Image

3. Oral Comprehension : "The Men of the Fifth World"

4. Vocabulary

5. Choose verbs

cultural

communicational

grammar

Vocabulary

Discover Aboriginal Culture and the Dream Time. Learn about Creation Myths.

objectives

- Describing an image : présent simple et present continuous

- the passive voice

Describe and analyse photos and paintings. Use an image and symbols to tell a story

Nature, landscapes, animals, artistic terms for describing paintings

Introductory Document

1. Describe the document (nature, author, title, etc.)


2. Describe the image.

“Aboriginal elder playing didgeridoo,” Neale Haynes

You can also say "left corner" or "right corner." If you choose to say "left-hand" or "right-hand," don't forget the dash (-)!

You can also say "left corner" or "right corner." If you choose to say "left-hand" or "right-hand," don't forget the dash (-)!

You can also say "left corner" or "right corner." If you choose to say "left-hand" or "right-hand," don't forget the dash (-)!

You can also say "left corner" or "right corner." If you choose to say "left-hand" or "right-hand," don't forget the dash (-)!

You can also say "in the center/centre." ("center" = US spelling, "centre" = UK spelling, but the pronunciation is the same)

simple present

present continuous

Describing an image with ...

and

Used with "There is"/"There are" sentences
In the center of the image, there is a person.

Used with prepositions of place (ex. in the middle, in the background)
Two didgeridoos are in the bottom right corner.

Used to describe appearances.
He has white paint on his body. His hair is black.

simple present

present continuous

Describing an image with ...

and

Used to describe actions in the image



The indigenous person is playing didgeridoo.

He is wearing clothes with feathers.

Watch the first six minutes and answer the questions.

the men of the fifth world

Watch the documentary from 12:00 to 17:47 and answer the questions.

the men of the fifth world

used to describe an action whose author is unknown or introduced later in the sentence

the passive voice

The eucalyptus tree is eaten by termites on the inside.

used to describe an action whose author is unknown or introduced later in the sentence

the passive voice

The eucalyptus tree is eaten by termites on the inside.

The eucalyptus tree

is eaten

by

termites

( + + )

used to describe an action whose author is unknown or introduced later in the sentence

the passive voice

The eucalyptus tree is eaten by termites on the inside.

The eucalyptus tree

is eaten

by

termites

sujet grammaticale

sujet d'action

auxiliaure TO BE

verbe d'action au participe passe

+

+

BY

Transform these sentences from active voice to passive voice. Come to the board and write your answer.

Excercises with the passive voice

EASY

MEDIUM

HARD

Termites eat the eucalyptus trunk.



Baiame created the stars.

The Ancestor Beings created everything we know during the Dream Time.

Aboriginal people use the didgeridoo to call ancient spirits and speak to the God of Creation.





One plays a didgeridoo by blowing into it with a special technique.

Aboriginal artists use symbols like concentric circles and parallel lines to represent travelling.




ABORIGINAL ART

Describe Janet's paintings.

Why is art important to Janet and her culture?

homework

Visit the website : https://www.aboriginalartgalleries.com.au/artist/470-janet-long-nakamarra.


Choose one of Janet's paintings and desribe it.