6 American cities
1. First, click on the picture, and explore the map.
2. Now, click on "Start now" and take the listening quiz.
Created by Renée Maufroid. (Ac. Lille)
- The 25 Most Popular Cities to Visit in America
"Big cities and small historic towns top the list of most popular places to visit in America, according to the travel site TripAdvisor.
Millions of users voted New York City, Chicago, and Charleston, South Carolina as the top three cities to visit in the U.S.
Here's a look at all 25 cities!"
Want to live like a cowboy? Try Wyoming
"Whether you want to live like a rock star or a cowboy, or become an urban gardener or just opt for the simple life,
there is a town in America to suit everyone's taste."
6 American cities
"Here are eight pages about 6 American cities.
(Washington DC - Seattle - Boston - Chicago - New York City - New Orleans)
Listen to Stephanie, our American assistant , watch the videos ,
play the games, enjoy the photos and learn."
Activities created by Renée Maufroid.
- 'A View On Cities',
a site dedicated to the sights and attractions in some of the world's
towns in America - multiple choice exercise
Baltimore, Maryland :
- Boston, Massachusetts
5 Government 5.1 Crime
11 Infrastructure 11.1 Transportation 11.2 Healthcare and
Chicago, Illinois :
Highest Glass Floor in the World
"Not content with having the tallest building in America, the owners of Sears Tower in Chicago have installed four glass box viewing platforms which stick out of the building 103 floors up. The balconies are suspended 1,353 feet in the air..."
Vegas, Nevada :
10 Things To Do In Las Vegas With An Unlimited Budget - 23 August 2016
The Big Easy and Sin City - Audio + Script : New Orleans, Louisiana and Las Vegas, Nevada.
Words and Their Stories: Nicknames for New Orleans and Las Vegas
"Read, listen and learn English with this story. Double-click on any word to find the definition in the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary."
New Orleans = The Big Easy
Las Vegas = Sin City
Audio slideshow: History of Vegas in neon
"There is perhaps no city in the world more renowned for its neon than Las Vegas. But as times change, and as casinos and hotels come and go, many of Vegas' classic neon signs are in danger of disappearing.
The Las Vegas Neon Museum is working to collect and restore the city's old signage, much of which is now on display in the museum's so-called Boneyard. Take a journey through the city's past with historian Michael Green and the museum's Danielle Kelly."
Angeles, California :
Click on the map.
- Los Angeles,
2 Geography 2.1 Topography 2.2 Geology 2.3 Climate 2.4 Flora
2.5 Environmental issues 2.6 Cityscape 2.7 Landmarks
3 Culture 3.1 Sports 3.2 Media 3.3 Religion
5 Demographics 5.1 2000 census 5.2 National origins
6 Government 6.1 Neighborhood councils 6.2 Crime
7 Education 7.1 Colleges and universities 7.2 Schools
8 Transportation 8.1 Rail transport 8.2 Air Transport
9 Sister Cities...
Murals Add to Color of Los Angeles - Article + Audio
"Los Angeles is famous for its murals. The artwork covers the sides of buildings and bridges over busy roads. They add color and personality to the city."
"A tourist takes a photo of a mural on the side of a building
in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles."
Click on the map.
Florida (Wikipedia) :
2 Geography 2.1 Geology 2.2 Climate
4 People and culture 4.1 Population 4.2 Languages 4.3 Media
6 Transportation 6.1 Air travel 6.2 Seaports 6.3 Public
transportation 6.4 Road and rail
7 Miami in popular culture
9 Mayors of the City of Miami
10 Sister cities...
de Miami en 4 pages (AUDIO) à
la rubrique Various Topics - Travelling
New Orleans - My Journey Contest Video for Lonely Planet - UPDATED
"Lonely Planet author Tom Downs loves New Orleans' soulful, saucy and eccentric nature. Located as far South as geographically possible in the USA, it's only mildly American in flavour, more a gumbo of French, Carribbean and African American. Tourists might flock to Bourbon Street's non-stop carnival but the whole city really knows how to have a great time."
Marielle Bianchi (Ac. Toulouse) s'est "servie (de la video avec une classe de 3ème) en compréhension orale comme introduction à la ville dans le cadre d'une immense séquence sur la Louisiane." Elle est "partie de l'unité 4 de 'Connect'.
Elle a rédigé le script (auquel elle a ajouté du vocabulaire) et l'a fait corriger par Jenny Léger (de eteach).
Orleans, Louisiana (Wikipedia) :
2 History 2.1 Beginnings through the 19th century 2.2 Twentieth
century 2.3 Hurricanes Katrina and Rita 2.4 Post-disaster revival
3 Geography 3.1 Climate
4 Cityscape 4.1 Architecture
5 Demographics 5.1 Religion 5.2 Crime
8 Education 8.1 Schools 8.2 Colleges and universities 8.3
9 Culture 9.1 Sites of interest 9.2 Events 9.3
Dialect 9.4 Music 9.5 Food 9.6 Sports 9.7 Media
10 Infrastructure 10.1 Transportation 10.1.1 Streetcars
10.1.2 Buses 10.1.3 Proposed light rail 10.1.4 Roads 10.1.5 Airports
11 Sister cities...
Orleans (Sound Guide)
- présentation de la Nouvelle-Orléans en 4 pages (Sujets
divers - villes américaines).
- avec une video
in the state of New York :
- ** Maryse : New York City **
Langue : Anglais, niveau : A1 - par Maryse (NYC, USA) - 10 mars 2012
Maryse tells us about her favourite city : NYC. She speaks about the skyscrapers, the monuments...
York City (Wikipedia) :
2 Geography 2.1 Climate 2.2 Environment
3 Cityscape 3.1 Architecture 3.2 Boroughs
4 Culture 4.1 Tourism 4.2 Media 4.3 Accent 4.4 Sports
7 Government 7.1 Crime
10 Sister cities...
Starts on Freedom Tower - a lesson plan
"A new tower at the site of the former World Trade Center will
be the tallest building in the U.S. when it is completed in 2011."
Francisco, California (Wikipedia) :
2 Geography 2.1 Climate
3 Cityscape 3.1 Neighborhoods 3.2 Beaches and parks
4 Culture and entertainment 4.1 Entertainment and
performing arts 4.2 Museums 4.3 Media 4.4 Sports
8 Education 8.1 Colleges and universities 8.2 Primary and
9 Transportation 9.1 Roads and highways 9.2 Public
transportation 9.3 Airports 9.4 Seaports 9.5 Bicycling...
de San Francisco - 5 pages de compréhension orale
à la rubrique : Various Topics - travelling
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania :
"A 2006 study determined that Pittsburgh has 446 bridges, and with its proximityto three major rivers and countless hills and ravines, Pittsburgh is known as "The City of Bridges"."
Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, Pa. - with "more than 4,000 works of art by Warhol including paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, films and videos, and a massive collection of Warhol's "time-capsules" - boxed records of the artist's day-to-day dealings and penchant for collecting."
See Art + Film + Video Collection
DC (District of Columbia) :
D.C. (Wikipedia) :
1 History 1.1 Planning 1.2 19th century 1.3 20th
century 1.4 21st century
2 Geography 2.1 Topography 2.2 Climate 2.3 Nature
3 Culture 3.1 Tourism 3.2 Performing arts 3.3 Music
3.4 Television shows 3.5 Sports
3.6 Media 3.6.1 Newspapers 3.6.2 Television 3.6.3 Radio
4 Economy 4.1 Insurance and banking
6 Law and government 6.1 Local government 6.2 Representation
in federal government 6.3 Domestic partnerships 6.4 Crime
7 Education 7.1 Colleges and universities
8 Infrastructure 8.1 Health systems 8.2 Utilities
9 Holidays 9.1 Emancipation Day
10 Sister cities...
Washington D.C. : Video + 8 pages d’exercices (soundguideweb.com)