Litterature jeunesse anglaise

 

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Cycle 1

Brown Bear, Brown Bear, what do you see ? Eric Carle, éditions PUFFIN

Lexique des couleurs, des animaux

Possibilité de reprendre la formule en jeu

Cycle 1 voire 2

Polar Bear, Polar bear, what do you hear ?

Bill MARTIN / Eric Carle, éditions PUFFIN

Lexique des animaux et de leurs cris

Cycle 1

Collection autour du personnage Spot (chiot) Eric Hill, PUFFIN

Vocabulaire du quotidien, de l’école…

Cycle 1 voire 2

Titres de Richard Scarry, chez GOLDEN BOOKS (style Père Castor), ex : « Richard Scarry’s Please and Thank You book »

La collection parle du quotidian et peut permettre d’aborder certains faits culturels

Cycles 1 et 2 selon volume

Collection Elmer, de David Mc Kee, chez RED FOX

Différents degrés de difficulté avec ce personnage familier

Cycle 1

Meg’s Egg, Nicoll et Piékowski PUFFIN BOOKS

Lexique de la nourriture, demander où se trouve quelque chose

Cycle 2 voire 3

The Very Hungry Caterpillar, Eric Carle, editions PUFFIN

Jours de la semaine, aliments, utilisation du passé

Cycle 2

I Like Books, Anthony Browne, JULIA MC RAE BOOKS

Travail sur les adjectifs, permet d’arriver aux humeurs

Cycle 2 ou fin cycle 1

From Head to Toe, Eric Carle, PUFFIN BOOKS

Le corps humain, les animaux, dire que l’on sait faire ou pas, les verbes d’action

Cycle 2

The Mixed-Up Chameleon, Eric Carle, PUFFIN BOOKS

Les animaux, le corps, les couleurs

Cycle 2

Mr Mc Gee, P. Allen, PUFFIN BOOKS

Les vêtements

Cycle 2

Who sank the boat ?, P. Allen, PUFFIN BOOKS (Australia)

Les animaux

Cycle 2

Billy and Rose, Leigh Sauerwein, GALIMARD JEUNESSE (avec CD)

Histoire de deux enfants qui permet d’aborder de nombreuses notions

Cycle 2

Collection « teachers, Tales and Magic Boxes » chez Cambridge University Press

Une série de 6 petits livres et des pistes d’exploitation. Thèmes relevant des intérêts des élèves

Cycle 1

Collection « Clocks, Spots and Dragons » chez Cambridge University Press

Même principe, niveau plus simple

Cycle 3 ou fin cycle 2

Don’t Forget the Bacon ! Pat Huntchins, MULBERRY BOOKS

Lexique de la nourriture, donner une consigne

Cycle 2 - 3

Collection « Mr Wolf » de Colin Hawkins MINI POP

Pour apprendre l’heure, les jours de la semaine, etc, avec un personnage récurrent

Cycle 2 - 3

The Enormous Turnip, traditionnel, PENGUIN BOOKS

Lexique de la famille, des aliments

Cycles 2 et 3

Série de Colin et Jacqui Hawkins : Pat the cat, Jen the hen, Mig the Pig… PUTNAM

Pour la phonétique

The Cat in the Hat, Doctor Seuss, PARTY editions

Travail poétique sur l’absurde, auteur de nombreux ouvrages

This is … (New York, Texas etc), Miroslav Sasek, UNIVERSE

Beaux albums pour aborder les faits culturels

Cycle 3

My Mum et My Dad, Anthony Browne, WALKER BOOKS

Permettent de travailler sur les adjectifs, la comparaison, la description

Cycle 3

My Cat Likes to Hide in Boxes, Eve Sutton, PENGUIN

Travail sur les nationalités, possibilité de production d’écrit en reprenant la formule

Cycle 3

A Dark Dark Tale, Ruth Brown, RED FOX

Funny Bones, Ahlberg, PUFFIN BOOKS

Deux histoires construites sur le même principe (zoom). Repérage spatial, production d’écrit par imitation

Cycle 3 ou fin cycle 2

Winnie the Witch, Korky Paul and Valerie Thomas, OXFORD UNVERSITY PRESS

Une sorcière bien sympathique qui fait découvrir la maison, revoir les couleurs, utiliser “can”

Cycle 3

I think my Mum is a Witch, Amanda Loverseed, WALKER BOOKS

Exprimer ses goûts, lexique des vêtements, et plaisir de l’humour

Cycle 3

Pancakes, Pancakes ! Eric Carle, PUFFIN

Les animaux de la ferme, les rythmes de la journée

Cycle 3

My Nose, Your Nose, Mélanie Walsh, HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY

Très bel album sur la différence. On apprend à décrire et à accepter l’autre

Cycles 2 et 3

Contes traditionnels : LADYBIRD BOOKS (avec enregistrement), Classic Tales OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, Brighter Child KEEPSAKE STORIES

Exploitation en fonction du niveau, possibilité de faire jouer les différents rôles aux élèves

Cycle 3

Princess Smartypants, Babette Cole, PUFFIN

Fairytale News, Colin Hawkins, WALKER BOOKS

Pour aller plus loin au sujet des contes, deux histoires qui détournent le genre et permettent un véritable travail de compréhension

Cycle 3

Something Else, Cave and Riddell, PUFFIN

 

Des histoires denses qui offrent également un bon support pour l’entraînement à la compréhension

Cycle 3

Collection Mr and Mrs, Roger Hargreaves, WORLD INTERNATIONAL LIMITED

 

 

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