J’habite a Bolton en Angleterre, j’habite dans un quartier qui s’appelle Halliwell, je l’aime parce que anime, il y a beaucoup de distractions, parcs et magasins. L’access a Bolton tres facile, il y a la gare SNCF pour le trains.
Il y a (300,000) trios cent mille habitants a Bolton, Bolton est une grand ville industriel et commercial.
Later at university I read Simone de Beauvoir and Monique Wittig. Ruby Rich wrote about Akerman’s early works as ‘films of correspondence’, films that investigate correspondences between affects and objectivity, art and ideology, continuously folding the author within the text.
I studied Linda Nochlin’s essay ‘Why Have Their Been No Great Women Artists? begins with establishing shots more frenzied than explanatory, as sound and image shoot up the side of the tower block, the lift, the stairs and land – as if in one breath – inside her kitchen.
Depending on how many of the activities are undertaken, you can, at the very least, get a fantastic 60 minute lesson out of these original resources.
The town MP3 audio file last 1 minute 46 seconds and covers details about: – a village in Champagne-Ardenne (North East France) – what there is in the area and what young people can do there – positives and negatives of village life The audio is read clearly by a female native French speaker, at a medium speed, and includes the main elements to cover this ‘dans ma ville’ topic.
My main aim was to create some intermediate French GCSE listening practice on the topic of ‘ma ville’.
Mainly, as revision for my Year 11 GCSE French students, as part of the AQA syllabus.
Especially if you want to teach your French learners about towns in France, what there is to do in those towns and life in a French town from the point of view of a young adult.
The audio, transcript and activities are also ideal for French students at the A2/B1 CEF level, those studying for the Leaving Cert, FLE, FSL and other French courses, too.