Ellis Island is a small island in New York Bay. It is in the waters of the New Jersey, but now it belongs to the state of New York. Samuel Ellis owned the island in the 1770s A lot of immigrants arrived there in the USA from the end of the 18 th century to 1954. [TO BELONG TO APPARTENIR A ] THE SEVENTEEN SEVENTIES Les années 1770
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RULES Answer the questions in your notebooks to keep your leaflets clean. You mustnt chat or be noisy. You must be concentrated and serious. You work alone or in pairs. NO MORE !!!!
STOP 1 and 2 GET READY NOTEBOOK OPEN PENCIL SILENCE
CORRECTION STOP 1 1. The first immigrant arrived at Ellis Island in 1900. 2. Her name was Annie Moore. 3. She was 15 years old. 4. She was from Ireland. She came from Ireland. 5. She went to Ellis Island by ferry (from the main land)/ She took the ferry. Notebook: Pour écrire un verbe au prétérite à la forme interrogative on a: DID + Sujet + BV Ex: How did she go?
CORRECTION STOP 2 Immigrants left their trunks, suitcases and baskets in the baggage room. BILAN (NOTEBOOK) IRREGULAR VERBS To come I came venir To go I went aller To leave I left laisser, quitter
HOMEWORK Review the lessons Focus on the verbs (3 forms: + /-/ ?)
STOP 3/4/5 GET READY NOTEBOOK OPEN PENCIL SILENCE
CORRECTION STOP 3 1. They climbed stairs. 2. There were doctors at the top of the stairs. 3. They watched and looked for anyone having difficulty coming up the stairs. 4. If they suspected a medical problem with an immigrant, they put a chalk mark on the persons clothing. NOTEBOOK TO LOOK FOR (chercher) TO LOOK AT (regarder)
CORRECTION STOP 4 1. If their medical problem was curable, immigrants went to the hospital of the island. 2. If their problem was not curable, they went back to their country of origin. TO GO TO ALLER à/ au/à la/ aux Ex: I went to the hospital to have a checkup. TO GO BACK TO Retourner à / au/ à la/ aux / dans Ex: Everything was OK, so I went back to my house. A checkup un bilan médical Everything was OK tout allait bien
VOCAB CORNER To be sick être malade To get sick tomber malade To get a cold Prendre froid Sick as a dog malade comme un chien To get seasick avoir le mal de mer (action en cours) To feel seasick avoir le mal de mer en général Sea breeze la brise de mer (le vent) The seaside le bord de mer TO GET (verbe irr) To get, I got
CORRECTION STOP 5 1.In the Great Hall, immigrants waited for the interviews with legal inspectors (after medical examinations). 2.Some immigrants stayed between 3 and 5 hours. Others stayed for several days. Others stayed for several weeks. Others dautres ( pas darticle) Several plusieurs
BILAN (NOTEBOOK) VERBES REGULIERS Stop 3: To climb/ To watch/ To look for/ To suspect Stop 5: To stay/ To wait VERBES IRREGULIERS Stop 3: To put (I put) Stop 4: To go (I went to ….) / To go back (I went back to...) VOCABULAIRE: Champ lexical de la maladie et du mal de mer
HOMEWORK (Thursday 24th) Learn verbs and vocab Stops 1-5. Do stop 6-8 at home.(notebook)
CORRECTION STOP 6 1.No. immigrants with a criminal record did not have the right to enter the USA. 2.By 1921, immigrants had to pass a literacy test and show their passport and visa. NOTEBOOK To have the right = to be allowed to We did not have the right to carry a gun on the ferry. We were not allowed to carry a gun on the ferry.
CORRECTION STOP 7 1.In the money exchange area, immigrants exchanged the money of their homeland for dollars. 2. They had to have $20dollars at least. At least Au moins/ Au minimum 3. They bought train tickets. To buy/ bought To pay for something
CORRECTION STOP 8 1.The staff members gave the name the kissing post to that place. 2.When they left Ellis Island, two thirds of the immigrants boarded a ferry to New Jersey and then took the train to other places. One third took the ferryboat to Manhattan to begin their new life in New York City.
PREPOSITIONS « to » and « in » (notebook) Il existe des emplois des prépositions « to » et « in » spécifiques à langlais. Exemples à apprendre par cœur. Pour indiquer une destination/ un but They boarded a ferry to New Jersey. Pour traduire « pour » devant un verbe à linfinitif They arrived in Manhattan to begin a new life. « in » pour traduire « à » devant un nom de ville. One third started to live their American dream in Manhattan.
HOMEWORK Pour préparer ta mission: Ecris 5 phrases sur Annie Moore et les conditions de son arrivée aux USA. (inspire toi de la webquest). Ecris 5 phrases au prétérit dans lesquelles tu donnes des détails sur ton voyage. Revoir tous les verbes et voc (test)