D.O.D.I. PROJECT 17 - SAINT-SULPICE EN PAREDS - MEETING BRITISH ADULTS AT SCHOOL
D.O.D.I. PROJECT 17
METING BRITISH ADULTS AT SCHOOL
TUESDAY 23rd MAY (10:55 -12:15)
PUPIL 1 :
“We feel very happy to welcome you this morning in our school. Some of you often come to help our teacher. Thanks for coming. First, we will introduce ourselves. Then, we will also ask you questions to know you better.”
PUPIL 2 :
“But the important part of our meeting will be the preparation of our D.O.D.I. meeting. We are happy to tell you that on Thursday 15th June, we will celebrate a Franco-British wedding. The bride is Mrs Brigitte Defrance and the groom is Mr. Tex Toe.”
PUPIL 3 :.
“Mr Malais, Mrs Kolthammer, Mr Havranek and Mr Keenan have met to decide of the different activities of the day. What is more, our English teacher has met the seniors of SSEP several times. What shall we do during the day?Just a few words to make your mouth water ....”
PUPIL 4 :
“We will spend time to make roses. We'll look at a few wedding photos.
Of course, we will sing along the two national anthems
We will also sing a well-known British song called “Getting married in the morning” and a more romantic one called “Les Mariés de Vendée”.
We will attend the unofficial wedding ceremony. Of course we'll have lunch and do the brioche dance. In a few seconds, Mr Keenan will say a few words to make a few points clearer.”
PUPIL 5 :
“Please, during this meeting, avoid speaking French unless it is necessary.
We will stop working at quarter past tewelve.Now let's start working. Thanks a lot. And let's listen to Mr Keenan.”
“We will have an alias for the day. The students will have to question us to deduce our fake identity. This will include a section on what the bride wore that was 'Something Something New, Something Old, Borrowed and Something Blue'. They will also question you about your wedding photograph to identify it. The students will also prepare a newspaper report for 'The Village Times' so they will need to know some details about your wedding day.
We will sing along the two national anthems but before we do this, we will have to find the missing words from our copies!
We will also sing a well known British song called “Getting married in the morning”.................