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ERIC CARLE. Eric carle. Born June 25, 1969 American designer, illustrator , and writer of children’s books Most famous book: The very Hungry Caterpillar awards. Writing and illustrating career. Bill Martin, Jr: Brown Bear , brown Bear , what do you see ? (1967)

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Eric carle
  • Born June 25, 1969
  • American designer, illustrator, and writer of children’s books
  • Most famous book: The veryHungry Caterpillar
  • awards
writing and illustrating career
Writing and illustratingcareer
  • Bill Martin, Jr: Brown Bear, brownBear, what do yousee? (1967)
  • Hisown books (author and illustrator):

1,2,3 to the Zoo (1968)

The veryhungry Caterpillar (1969)

  • His art: collage technique
  • Other books: The very lonely Firefly (1995)

The very quiet Cricket (2003)

themes of his stories
Themes of his stories
  • Nature
  • Stimulatechildren’sintellectualgrowth
  • Quotation: “With many of my books I attempt to bridge the gap between the home and school. To me home represents, or should represent; warmth, security, toys, holding hands, being held. School is a strange and new place for a child. Will it be a happy place? There are new people, a teacher, classmates—will they be friendly?
  • I believe the passage from home to school is the second biggest trauma of childhood; the first is, of course, being born. Indeed, in both cases we leave a place of warmth and protection for one that is unknown. The unknown often brings fear with it. In my books I try to counteract this fear, to replace it with a positive message. I believe that children are naturally creative and eager to learn. I want to show them that learning is really both fascinating and fun.”
the very hungry caterpillar
The veryhungrycaterpillar
  • First published in 1969
  • Story of a caterpillarwhoeatsitswaythroughfoodstuffs
  • 30 millions copies worldwide
  • Educationalthemes: counting, the days of the week, food, butterfly’s life stages
  • It has been translatedinto 40 languages
  • Used by famous people
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2009: google

  • 2011: American Academy of pediatrics
s quence

Séquence

La nourriture: The veryhungrycaterpillar

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Séquence autour du vocabulaire de la nourriture

  • Niveau CE2
  • Pré-requis
  • Compétences travaillées
s ance 1
Séance 1
  • Objectifs
  • Déroulement:
    • Lecture de l’album
    • Discussion sur le contenu
    • Relecture
    • Flashcards
s ance 2
Séance 2
  • Objectifs
  • Déroulement
    • Lecture de l’album par Eric Carle

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NWfy2CC8few

    • Flashcards de la séance précédente
    • Nouvelles flashcards
    • I like/I don’tlike PE/élève puis élève/élève
s ance 3
Séance 3
  • Objectifs
  • Déroulement:
    • Révision des flashcards
    • Jeu de rôle: « the restaurant »: groupes de 4 ou 5 élèves, 1 élève fait le serveur et doit poser la question: « What do youwant? ». Des flashcards sont posées sur la table, les autres élèves sont les clients et doivent passer une commande en disant «  I want… ». Le serveur doit prendre les flashcards correspondantes. Puis ils changent de rôle.
    • Phase 2: le serveur propose des aliments: «  I like / I don’tlike »
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Séance 4
  • Objectifs
  • Déroulement:
    • Rebrassage du vocabulaire appris
    • Jeu de rôle: « jeu du marchand »: groupes de 4: un élève est le marchand, les autres disposent de listes de courses différentes. Le marchand demande « what do youwant », les clients répondent « I want… ». Le marchand sera amené à répondre « I have » ou « I don’have » suivant les flashcards dont il dispose.
s ance 5
Séance 5
  • Objectifs
  • Déroulement:
    • Révison du vocabulaire
    • Recherche sur internet: qu’est-ce qu’un cupcake?
    • Rédaction d’un recette imagée avec le nom des ingrédients en anglais à destination des autres classes
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Séance 6
  • Réalisation et dégustation des cupcakes
  • prolongements