Voilà quelques renseignements pour les classes cette semaine. Cette semaine est réservée pour vous contacter, et pour maintenir la santé mentale et physique (pour toutes les classes!)
Here is some information for your classes this week. This week is focused on making contact with you, as well as maintaining your mental and physical health (for all classes!)
1) This week, your task is to go for a short walk each day. Allez dehors et observez! Note at least 1 thing that you see outside each day, and 1 thing that you hear outside each day, and put them into the phrase ‘’Je vois ___________’’ et ‘’ J’entends __________’’
Don’t forget to keep your social distance! (2m or 6ft)
Keep a journal (on your phone, computer, notebook, etc) to keep track of your observations
Le 6 avril - Je vois les arbres. J’entends les oiseaux.
On Friday, go back through your notes and try to visualize yourself in each situation.
Concentrez bien, et essayer de rappeler les détails de l’environnement.
2) Go to the James M. Hill website and click on the Phys. Ed tab at the top of the page.
Preparez une espace comfortable et suivez le vidéo d’étirement avec moi!
Check back every Monday, Wednesday and Friday for more information!
3) Lire l’histoire suivant. Comment est-ce qu’elle s’applique à ta vie?
Read the following story. How does it apply to your life?
An old blind man was sitting on a busy street corner begging for money. On a cardboard sign, next to an empty tin cup, he had written: ‘Blind – Please help’.
No one was giving him any money.
A young advertising writer walked past and saw the blind man with his sign and empty cup, and also saw the many people passing by completely unmoved, let alone stopping to give money.
The advertising writer took a thick marker from her pocket, turned the cardboard sheet back-to-front, and re-wrote the sign, then went on her way.
Immediately, people began putting money into the tin cup.
After a while, when the cup was overflowing, the blind man asked a stranger to tell him what the sign now said.