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Unit 5

INDEX

Séance 1

Séance 2

Tâche n°1

sÉANCE 3

séance 4

Séance 5

Tâche n°2

mind map

revisions

Tâche FINALE

Speak about Sherlock Holmes.

Séance n°1

1) Who is Sherlock Holmes?

a) LOOK at the pictures.
b) GUESS* information about
Sherlock Holmes.

1) Who is Sherlock Holmes?

c) COMPLETE the card

1) Who is Sherlock Holmes?

c) COMPLETE the card

He may be a detective

He might be arrogant and he must be very

smart.

He may smoke a pipe and he may like playing

the violin and he may do boxing.

He must live in Baker Street in London.

1) Who is Sherlock Holmes?

1) Who is Sherlock Holmes?

must

can't

1) Who is Sherlock Holmes?

1) Who is Sherlock Holmes?

d) LISTEN to the document
e) COMPLETE the table about Sherlock:

1) Who is Sherlock Holmes?

f) LISTEN again
g) COMPLETE your worksheet

1) Who is Sherlock Holmes?

d) LISTEN to the document
e) COMPLETE the table about Sherlock:

a peculiar cap
a long tweed coat
a pipe
a magnifying glass

logical investigating
make hypothesis
mentally balanced
concentrates stronly

scientific experiements
deduction methods
uses science to find criminals


tall
very athletic
grey eyes
fine nose
determined expression

incredibly eccentric
energetic
passionate
arrogant
extremely intelligent
likes to impress inspectors
not a violent man
solitary (only one friend: Docteur (Dr.)Watson)

1) Who is Sherlock Holmes?

h) WRITE a short paragraph about Sherlock Holmes:

1) Who is Sherlock Holmes?

CORRECTION CODE

GR (grammar): mauvaise terminaison, terminaison manquante, mauvais pronom sujet, mauvaise conjugaison du verbe, pluriel manquant ou pluriel inutile, déterminant manquant devant un nom.
TPS (temps): mauvais temps employé.
INC (incorrect): information incorrecte sur Sherlock Holmes.
COO (coordinator): "and", "but" ou "because" manquant
PONCT (ponctuation): majuscule oubliée, virgule, point ou autre signe de ponctuation manquant.
ORT (orthographe): mot écrit avec une faute d'orthographe.
MD (mal dit): phrase qui ne veut rien, ordre des mots mal agencé. (MD ordre)
LEX (lexique): mot de vocabulaire incorrect.
X: mot manquant.

Sherlock Holmes is a very
intelligent detective who
lives in Baker Street in London. He is an athletic man but he is not violent.
He has got only one friend, Dr. Watson. He uses scientific methods which help him find the criminals.

Speak about Sherlock Holmes's methods

Séance n°2

a) LOOK at the pictures
and READ the texts
b) MATCH the pictures
to the text

WRITE a short paragraph to present Sherlock Holmes.

a culprit (n.): un coupable
guilty (adj.): coupable

Tâche n°1

Understand the different steps* of an investigation.


* steps = les étapes

Séance n°4

2) The Blue Carbuncle

a) READ the introduction
b) ANSWER the questions:
x problem?
x where?
x when?
x who?

c) READ Sherlock's notes about the suspects
d) COMPLETE your table

Create a dialogue between a detective and a suspect.
Ask questions using the past simple and the preterit be+V.ing

Understand the different steps* of an investigation.


* steps = les étapes

Séance n°5

IMAGINE the questions you would ask a suspect.

LISTEN to the document
COMPLETE the table
FIND who is guilty*

CASE CLOSED

THANKS!