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Découvrez le descriptif de nos 33 modules de cours d'anglais développés dans le respect du programme scolaire de 6ème.

Extrait de support de cours interactif (ici module "An English child's timetable") utilisé par le professeur et les élèves dans le cadre de tous les cours par visioconférences :



English- speaking persons of different nationalities

  • Module 1 "Who are you ?"

Vocabulary :

I, you, she/he, we, they
X is Canadian, English, Scottish, American,

Grammar :

Pronoms personnels
Le verbe BE


Family members  and family relationships

  • Module 2 "Meeting the O’Brian family"

  • Module 3 "What are they like ?"

Vocabulary :

family members
Physical description

Grammar :

Adjectifs possessifs
Has/have got


Different types of places

  • Module 4 "Welcome to my house!"

  • Module 5 "Welcome to my town!"

  • Module 6 "Visiting places"

Vocabulary :

Describing : one’s bedroom, one’s home
the place where one lives: town, seaside, mountain, countryside

Grammar :

What’s this ? What’s that ? It’s…+ not
What’s this for ?
There is / are
A, an, Ø
Place adjectifs épithètes & attribut


Traditional food and drinks

  • Module 7 "I'm hungry!"

  • Module 8 "Let's go to the restaurant"

Vocabulary :

Main dishes,dessert
Meals menu in a restaurant

Grammar :

I, you, we, they
Questions present simple


The day of a British child

  • Module 9 "Tom’s daily activities"

  • Module 10 "An English child’s timetable"

Vocabulary :

Daily routine:
at school/at home,
(watch tv…games, subjects, other activities, sports)

Grammar :

never, always, often, sometimes
WHY? ... because
What time?/ When ?
At XX, Every day, On Monday
How many?


Clothes and uniforms, shopping in GB

  • Module 11 "Get dressed!"

  • Module 12 "Going shopping"

Vocabulary :

Colours and clothes
Prices (expensive,cheap)
She’s got on / she wears
A department store

Grammar :

How much? How many ?
Lots of /few
Like +ING
Too + adj


A traditional Christmas

  • Module 13 "Christmas time"

Vocabulary :

Santa Claus
Christmas decorations
A Christmas dinner. Comparing GB and US Christmas desserts

Grammar :

There are people who + Present simple / There’s +SUJET + V-ing…
All / other


Emotions and feelings

  • Module 14 "Be happy"

Vocabulary :

I feel , he/she feels…angry, happy, furious ,satisfied, anxious…
Attitudes and reactions.

Grammar :

Really ,very , quite, a little



  • Module 15 "Treasure Island"

Vocabulary :

Gold diggers, A nugget
Australian animals and landscapes

Grammar :

Somebody / /something

Webcam-bullet-point.jpg Sport :  two popular British ball games

  • Module 16 "Let’s  talk about cricket"

  • Module 17 "Can you play lawn bowling?"

Vocabulary :

ball, bowl
kick, hit, throw,
a  mat, a jack, pads, helmets, bats, wickets

Grammar :

Can / can't


A thriller

  • Module 18 "What’s he doing?The mystery"

  • Module 19 "The solution"

Vocabulary :

clues, witness, suspect
Physical description
Gloves, a magnifying glass,..

Grammar :



London transport

  • Module 20 "Travelling from Paris to London"

  • Module 21 "Travelling in London"

Vocabulary :

Bus, ferry, taxi cab, tube, slower/quicker,
The London underground

Grammar :

Les comparatifs (supérieur, égal, inférieur)


The Thames: from Putney to Hampton Court and Windsor

  • Module 22 "Planning an active holiday"

  • Module 23 "Along the Thames Path to Windsor"

Vocabulary :

Cycle, go by coach, hitchhike, trek ?
Stay at a youth hostel/go camping?
The things you need
Checking on the bikes
Safety rules for cyclists

Grammar :

Let’s..../ could..../ why not...?
Must / Mustn’t
Want to


Famous  museums in England

  • Module 24 "At the museum"

  • Module 25 "Let’s visit more museums !"

Vocabulary :

Famous London museums
Antiques, paintings, wax figures,
See, buy, eat, go,
Choose, tell, become, look, meet
Windsor Castle
The Open Air Museum
The Big Pit in Wales

Grammar :

Preterits reguliers + BE et HAVE
Preterits irréguliers


A few historical landmarks

  • Module 26 "Lord Nelson, England’s hero"

  • Module 27 "All these famous people"

Vocabulary :

A famous naval battle, the British fleet; sailors, battle ships, guns
Nelson’s Column, Trafalgar Square
King Arthur, the Knights of the Round Table,
William Writers:William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens,
A detective: Sherlock Holmes
An explorer: Ernest Shackleton,
Queen Elisabeth II

Grammar :

Preterits irréguliers



  • Module 28 "An Irish holiday"
  • Module 29 "Speaking of the future"

Vocabulary :

Things to see and things to do

A few facts about Ireland

Holiday plans :

organizing one’s holiday, packing a suitcase

What if the weather is fine/bad...

Grammar :

Le futur : will/ won’t , going to/ be V-ing



Scotland and Edinburgh

  • Module 30 "Inquiring about Scotland"
  • Module 31 "Kidnapped in Edinburgh"



Highland Games

Famous people

The Scottish fauna and flora

Walking around Edinburgh

Traditional recipes and clothes

Grammar :

All types of questions

Les noms verbaux


Telling a story...

  • Module 32 "Perils at sea"
  • Module 33 "A log book"

Grammar :

Le récit

Les temps du passé