ANGLAIS 1ere - 2019-2020
Teacher: Claire Vittecoq -
Try to watch the news quite regularly, first to keep in touch with what is happening in the world, then to improve your listening skills + quality of your English (vocabulary + grammar).
Be active when listening

Possible activities :
- take notes when listening
- check your understanding using the script (not available for Newsround, but available on the other websites)
- keep track of the words you didn't know / which are difficult to translate (create a list of words with their definition in English, synonyms or antonyms you know, or translation into French -> to be learnt regularly)
- sum up what you have understood from the newsflash, in English or in French
- try to learn more about what the video / audio deals with -> if they refer to some event or idea you are not familiar with, don't hesitate to find out more about it.

You can also improve your listening skills with some online practice tests for the First Certificate (level B2).

CNN 10 - CNN
CNN 10 is an on-demand digital news show ideal for explanation seekers on the go or in the classroom.
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Watch Newsround - CBBC Newsround
Man United and Twitter are to meet after racist tweets aimed at Pogba, England begin the third test against Australia today and we meet Helena who explains what it's like living with psoriasis.
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BBC Learning English - 6 Minute English
Our long-running series of topical discussion and new vocabulary, brought to you by your favourite BBC Learning English presenters.
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Breaking News English - Easier News Lessons
English News Lessons in 7 levels with graded multi-level listening and variable scrolled-reading, and all-skills activities.
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Training 1 - First Certificate in English (FCE) Listening
FCE Listening - information about this intermediate level exam and links to free practice exercises.
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Training 3: First Certificate (FCE) Listening
Listen to five people speaking about computer games and do a matching exercise.
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Training 4: First Certificate (FCE) Listening
In this part, you listen to a monologue or text involving interacting speakers and lasting approximately 3 minutes. There are seven multiple-choice questions.
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