Par anglais03 le 5 Décembre 2014 à 18:51
ALL YOU EVER WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT HIM .
SUIVRE LES LIEN S DONNES AU BAS DE L'ARTICLE
Par anglais03 le 30 Novembre 2014 à 22:00
Reconstitution fidèle du célèbre costume
A DRESS TO POWER
ON MONSIEUR'S DEPARTURE
by Elizabeth I, Queen of England
I grieve and dare not show my discontent;
I love, and yet am forced to seem to hate;
I do, yet dare not say I ever meant;
I seem stark mute, but inwardly do prate.
I am, and not; I freeze and yet am burned,
Since from myself another self I turned.
My care is like my shadow in the sun—
Follows me flying, flies when I pursue it,
Stands, and lies by me, doth what I have done;
His too familiar care doth make me rue it.
No means I find to rid him from my breast,
Till by the end of things it be supprest.
Some gentler passion slide into my mind,
For I am soft, and made of melting snow;
Or be more cruel, Love, and so be kind.
Let me or float or sink, be high or low;
Or let me live with some more sweet content,
Or die, and so forget what love e'er meant.
Written in connection with Monsieur's final leave-taking in 1582.
Par anglais03 le 22 Octobre 2014 à 08:09
The long-running Jack the Ripper mystery is 'solved'
A long and detailed article: the Daily Mail
RIPPER STREET :
Voir Youtube pour trailer BBC ONE et BBC America
Un certain nombre d'activités et audios chez Mary Glasgow
THE LODGER . A STORY OF THE LONDONFOG
SILENT MOVIE(1927) ALFRED HITCHCOCK
THE LODGER : 1944 VERSION
SANS OUBLIER FROM HELL AVEC JOHNNY DEPP...
Par anglais03 le 11 Septembre 2014 à 12:44
COLLEGE P 36/72 (4ème)
Par anglais03 le 11 Août 2014 à 16:00
following in the footsteps of her father Eoghan Dubhdara Ó Máille.
Dossier : (pistes)
Mots-clés : Elizabeth I, power, pirates, Ireland, rebellion, art history (Armada portrait),
reading a short literary text, comparing texts, writing a dialogue or a letter, acting out a scene.
Looking for information (webquest,), watching videos and listening to podcasts.
Describing a famous painting ...
Les 3 séances auront été préparées en amont par un petit travail sur la période élizabéthaine, la conquête de l'Irlande, le costume et éventuellement "Elizabeth's pirates". Connaître les verbes irréguliers .
lien vers les pages : rechercher dans les p305 et 306.
Commencer à "In Gaelic Grace said: I bow in respect before the Queen of England"
Fin du texte : "Arrest this woman"
L'extrait se trouve aussi dans Insight 1ère p48.
Les activités de ce pdf sont de l'auteur de ce blog. N'hésitez pas à enrichir et améliorer ces pistes en utilisant la page "contact" à gauche dans le menu, mentionnez nom et prénom SVP . Si vous préférez un doc word pour l'améliorer, ou l'adapter, je vous l'envoie par mail. Les documents pdf trouvés après avoir fait ce travail, et qui figurent sous le titre "Best resources for teachers" sont très motivants (iconographie, cartes, worksheets) . En lycée, se reporter à Insight 1ère, car les questions sont différentes et destinées à l'entraînement à l"écrit.
GRACE O'MALLEY : THE BEST RESOURCES FOR TEACHERS HERE !
(collège et au-delà)
Two "pirate queens" meet in Greenwich.: Elizabeth I was also called the "Pirate Queen"
Two " Irish Queens" meet
"July 1593 saw an amazing event - the meeting of Queen Elizabeth I of England
and Grace O'Malley the pirate Queen of Ireland. In many ways they were enemies
- Elizabeth sought to pacify Ireland under her rule, while Grace O'Malley wanted
the freedom to run an independent pirate kingdom in Ireland. These two women
were the most powerful women in the British Isles at the time.
the two women used latin as a common language, as grace refused to speak English,
the language used by the oppressor"
THE PIRATE QUEEN GRACE O"MALLEY MEETS QUEEN ELIZABETH I
Can you spot the common points and differences between the two documents?
Write your own dialogue between Grace and Elizabeth in "everyday" English.
Record yourselves, rehearse and perform !
Lycée : Grace writes a letter to Elizabeth ( après avoir pris connaissance des enjeux politiques Irlande /Angleterre)
ELIZABETH I, "PIRATE QUEEN" : THE ARMADA PORTRAIT
(Histoire des arts)
Elizabeth I (Armada Portrait) Public Domain
Source : Wikipedia :http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portraiture_of_Elizabeth_I_of_England
"The queen's hand rests on a globe below the crown of England, "her fingers covering the Americas, indicating England's dominion of the seas and plans for imperialist expansion in the New World" The Queen is flanked by two columns behind, probably a reference to the famous impress of the Holy Roman Emperor, Charles V, Philip II of Spain's father, which represented the pillars of Hercules, gateway to the Atlantic Ocean and the New World.
In the background view on the left, English fireships threaten the Spanish fleet, and on the right the ships are driven onto a rocky coast amid stormy seas by the "Protestant Wind". On a secondary level, these images show Elizabeth turning her back on storm and darkness while sunlight shines where she gazes."
powerpoint : Elizabeth's propaganda through her portraits
ELIZABETH'S "PIRATES "
MORE ABOUT GRACE O'MALLEY
VIDEO : Elizabeth I
- STAGE THE MEETING BETWEEN GRACE AND ELIZABETH
- WEBQUESTS : IRELAND / PIRATES/ COMPARE THE 2 WOMEN
- With YOUR SPANISH TEACHER : RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ELIZABETH I AND SPAIN
Par anglais03 le 28 Juillet 2014 à 13:51
A series of strange stories from Victorian times
Par anglais03 le 21 Juin 2014 à 23:13
THE PILGRIM RAP!
(A parody of Empire State of Mind by JayZ and Alicia Keyes))
We're the pilgrim fathers
You may have heard rather
A lot 'bout our notions
Crossing the ocean
On the good ship Mayflower
But it's true our journey
Turned into quite a commotion.
People report that we sported these hats
But that's not true, I mean, would you?
Anyway the main thing to say
We began the USA
Our little band of religion fans
From the East Midlands.
We all believed slowly
That England was becoming less holy
So set off for Holland
'Cos there we had friends
But in the end seemed the Netherlands
Would never be the land, we planned.
Couldn't stand to remain on that terrain
So again we rearranged
To start a new nation with our congregation
A new and calmer life took a farmer and a builder and his wife
And a clerica, to find America.
Oh it's a new world
It wasn't new to the natives
Still we thought we'd claim it
Yeah, it's the new world.
I still remember 9th of November
The year 1620 and we saw plenty of land
We thanked God when we found ground
I kept calm but it didn't go as planned.
Couldn't land on the sand
A month later though, we made it
New Plymouth man, we claimed it
The natives said not
But ran when we shot.
Moved there it proved yeah
That life would be tough
'Cos we didn't have enough
Of the right stuff.
Did you know had no seeds we could grow
Although William Mullins had stacked
126 pairs of shoes in his pack
Now that's whack.
A fishing rod, a plough,
A pig, or a cow
Would have been a much better idea
But now there's no food for us to eat
Does this mean that we'll meet with de feet!
No fun in the new world
I'm glad we've arrived here
But will we survive here
Yeah, in the new world.
People were staving
Our numbers halving
And when the winter winds blew
Even fewer live through
It wasn't pretty in our new city
But the natives took pity even though
They didn't have to.
Man called Squanto
Showed us how to grow maize
Catch eel for a meal
Chopped up in the baze
Tribe gave us a feast
Our starvation ceased
In 1621 what they had done
Turned us back from the dead
To the living and to this day
That's why we have thanks-giving.
In Massachusetts built a colony it's true
They say modern America was founded by our crew
It's a new world
But we can't call it England
Let's call it New England
Yeah, in the world.
My home was in Plymouth
Lets call it New Plymouth
I got an idea let's call this New Hampshire
Wait I'm from Newcastle
Can we call it New Newcastle?
It's a new world.
Par anglais03 le 20 Avril 2014 à 22:14
The Queen's 88th birthday reminded me of this:
A fabulous audio slideshow.
The Queen 's Diamond Jubilee Pageant map
An interesting way to learn about London's landmarks
Par anglais03 le 20 Avril 2014 à 15:39
David Bailey's portrait of Queen to mark birthday
"A portrait of the Queen by British photographer David Bailey has been released in honour of her 88th birthday on Monday.
The black and white photo, which shows the Queen smiling, was taken in March.
She is pictured wearing pearls, and a dress by Angela Kelly, who has served as personal assistant and senior dresser to her since 2002.
Mr Bailey has previously snapped celebrities such as Mick Jagger, and criminals Ronnie and Reggie Kray.
The Queen celebrates her actual birthday on 21 April, and her official birthday on a Saturday in June, which this year falls on 14 June in the UK.
'Mischievous glint'The photograph, taken at Buckingham Palace, was commissioned on behalf of the government's "Great" campaign, which aims to promote trade, tourism, investment and education throughout the UK."
Par anglais03 le 20 Décembre 2013 à 19:09
The costs of Christmas past and Christmas present
By Sarah Treanor Business reporter, BBC News
The Royal Christmas Tree admired by Victoria, Albert and their children in 1848
Christmas as we know it in 2013, with its tear-jerking adverts on television, online shopping bonanza, and parade of "must-have" toys and gifts, may seem a very commercial and modern business.
However, many Christmas traditions that dominate the modern British home are not new at all.
From the bauble-bedecked tree, to the crackers, the presents and roast dinner, the "commercialisation" of Christmas has its roots firmly in mid-Victorian Britain.
But while for many Victorians, nuts and dried fruit would have been the typical presents hanging from the tree, this year UK households will spend around £22.3bn on Christmas and families will splash out a very large-sounding £599 each on gifts alone, according to a YouGov survey.
Par anglais03 le 18 Décembre 2013 à 21:23
Elizabeth I & Her People explores the remarkable reign of Elizabeth I through the lives and portraiture of her subjects.
National Portrait Gallery Exhibition
Tous les films pour comprendre l'exposition :
Ils sont aussi tous là où vous savez et donc à la fois "laudable" et downloadable :
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