the 4OIB have been working hard on the creation of a magazine and their special issue . Each group has selected a topic and is gathering information.This special issue is exploring the fascinating life of the British Monarch.From her childhood during wartime in Britain to her unexpected ascension to the throne…….and the Beatles are playing in the background , a singular tribute to the Queen and certainly the shortest song ever…… ! 26 seconds of pure delight……. ! Thanks Jamie..
Charlie was in charge of the 6è4
Anne Laure was in charge of the OIB
Students are engaged when they are attracted to their work. Actually everybody in the class was seriously working
Nathalie was in charge of the 4OIB (year 9)
Bridget Jones’s diary was the main theme of this chapter.Every group, imagined a six panel photo novel with specific vocabulary and Bridget Jones’s characters.They were very attentive to Jamie’s remarks.
The students produced some remarkable work !!!!!! BRAVO!!
Easy summer list for pupils entering 5OIB
The following titles are only reading suggestions for the summer. The list is not meant to be exhaustive. Remember that reading books in English does not only widen your cultural horizons but it also enriches your vocabulary and syntax. In other words, the more you read, the better you are !
the Twits by Roald Dahl , 76 pages
Tom Gates by L.Pichon , graphic novel , 237 pages
Diary of a wimpy kid by Jeff Kenney, 217 pages
Drama by R. Telgermeier, graphic novel ,240 pages
Sisters by R. Telgermeier, graphic novel ,207 pages
Coming in August 2014!!!
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Easy summer list for pupils entering 3OIB
the boy in the striped pyjamas by John Boyne
The absolutely true diary of a part time Indian by Sherman Alexis
From Monday the 16th to Saturday 21st of June 2014, we went on a trip to Wales and England… During this trip we did a lot of activities in different cities, met so many people and had fun.
In spite of an agitated evening on the ferry, we arrived in Portsmouth safe but definitely tired.We headed to Bath, the historical city , especially known for its Roman bath and impressive architecture.
On Wednesday, we visited the capital of Wales, Cardiff and the two main museums : the National Museum and Doctor Who’s Experience, then we went to Cardiff Market, an impressive Victorian structure which offers a unique shopping experience. But the best was yet to come…
The next day, a bunch of 12 brave pupils had the opportunity to climb Ffynnon Garw, a mountain of 1007 feet.After that, we went underground to explore BigPit, a closed mine. Then, on the last day of our trip, we spent the whole day with some students from Priory Community School in Weston Super Mare,somerset. We attended classes and practiced sports with them. Girls played a typical English game called rounders and boys played football.It was a truly enriching experience for all of us and probably the best part of our stay.
There was an excellent athmosphere in the group and we all enjoyed visiting some of the most outstanding places of Wales. That’s why we will always remember this journey.
This trip will be engraved in our memories forever !!
Article written by the 4OIB