Par anglais03 le 25 Septembre 2015 à 21:05
Par anglais03 le 13 Août 2014 à 11:52
PROBABLY THE VERY FIRST EPISODE ! ENJOY.
MORE SERIOUSLY :
A possible starter for : teaching rules and school rules;
Work with the PE teacher in your school
Civilization for age 11-14. Questions about this series:
What makes the scene typically British, etc.. ?
Landscape, housing, animals, sport, etc...
'The series revolves around the adventures of Shaun the unusually bright sheep, now living with his flock at Mossy Bottom Farm, a traditional small northern British farm. In each episode, their latest attempt to add excitement to their mundane life as livestock somehow snowballs into a fantastic sitcom-style escapade, most often with the help of their fascination with human doings and devices. This usually brings them into conflict--and occasionally into partnership--with the grumpy sheepdog Bitzer, while they all are simultaneously trying to avoid discovery by the Farmer.'
Fun corner : Teach your pupils about anachronisms, then:
Imagine Shakespeare wants to play football....
Teach him the rules.
He may ask silly questions.
A courtier appears and suggests playing with an oval ball instead...
Elizabeth may want to play too :)
Par anglais03 le 27 Juin 2014 à 10:59
BBC NEWS: The US Falls in Love with Football - sorry, soccer!
11 oct. 2013 - Football (or soccer, depending on which side of the pond you're from) is just as vulnerable to Anglo-American nuances as any part of the ...mais surtout
Par anglais03 le 19 Mai 2014 à 18:36
You will find about it in the last part of this report on Channel One
Par anglais03 le 1 Mai 2014 à 16:35
Honesty of the Long-distance Runner!
"A Spanish runner has shown the world that sometimes, just sometimes, winning isn't everything.
Spanish athlete Ivan Fernandez Anaya impressed the world by giving up victory to do the right thing. According to El Pais, it happened as the 24-year-old raced a cross-country event in Burlada, Navarre on Dec. 2. 2012.
In second place to Abel Mutai, the Kenyan athlete who won a bronze medal in the London Olympics, Anaya suddenly had a chance to surge ahead. According to El Pais, Mutai mistakenly thought the end of the race came about 10 meters sooner than it did, and stopped running.
Then, he “looked back and saw the people telling him to "keep going" . "But since he doesn't speak Spanish he didn't realize it."
So Anaya slowed, guiding Mutai to the actual finish line.
Photo: El pais: Fernández Anaya helps Mutai toward the line. / CALLEJA (DIARIO DE NAVARRA)
And he didn't think much of it, either. Anaya told El Pais: "I didn't deserve to win it. I did what I had to do. He was the rightful winner. He created a gap that I couldn't have closed if he hadn't made a mistake. As soon as I saw he was stopping, I knew I wasn't going to pass him."
His actions may not have won him the match, or the approval of his coach, but they did get him a few new fans."
Par anglais03 le 5 Avril 2014 à 23:42
Thanks to Jean Sabiron