simulazione della telefonata alla NASA
durante una lezione, d'accordo con il bidello e con l'insegnante di sostegno, ho simulato una telefonata con Mrs Urrich della NASA. il bidello arriva in classe con il telefono e mi dice che cè una telefonata per me. Ho trascritto tutta la conversazione. Dopo la telefonata, entra il collega col quale abbiamo montato lo scherzo e i ragazzi gli parlano di questa telefonata eccezionale. Il collega dice di non crederci, nel frattempo io scrivo alla lavagna "SMILE! you are on candid camera!" ma i ragazzi non vogliono ancora credere che era tutto programmato...AH! AH! AH!
The caretaker: prof. Qui c’è una certa signora Ulrich dalla NASA Americana, cercano lei
Teacher: ah, grazie!
Teacher Di Rienzo: Hi Mrs. Ulrich, I’m very glad to hear of you. Can you hold on a moment, please?
Mrs. Ulrich: of course, I can
Teacher Di Rienzo to the pupils: Listen everybody. Pay attention to what I’m saying, because you will have a listening comprehension test soon after the telephone call.
Mrs. Ulrich: have you sold the t-shirts with the images downloaded from the NASA site?
Teacher Di Rienzo: The T-Shirts? We haven’t sold them yet.
Mrs. Ulrich: when are you going to sell them?
Teacher Di Rienzo: at the end of the school year.
Mrs. Ulrich: will someone help you?
Teacher Di Rienzo: Yes, there will be some parents who will help me. They will sell the T-shirts to people coming at the party at the end of the school year.
Mrs. Ulrich: listen teacher, I would like to buy your t-shirts
Teacher Di Rienzo: Really? You would like to buy some of them? Oh yes, of course. I will personally send you the 9 T-shirts.
Mrs. Ulrich: I would like to have 50 t-shirts and I will offer you 25 $ each
Teacher Di Rienzo: How many ? 50 T-shirts? 25 $ each? Wonderful. I thank you very much. It is very kind of you.
Mrs. Ulrich: and now, can you pass me your pupils? I’d like to speak with them
Teacher Di Rienzo: Really? You want to speak with my pupils? Of course, I will pass you one of them.
Federico: good morning mrs. Ulrich. I am Federico. In Italy now it is 10 o’clock. What time is it in America now?
Mrs. Ulrich: it is too early. It is 6 o’clock am
Federico: really. So you got up just to call us.
Mrs. Ulrich: yes because I wanted to speak with all of you.
Mrs Ulrich: have you studied the planets?
Federico: yes, we have.
Mrs Ulrich: which is the farthest planet of the solar system?
Federico: it is Pluto, but sometimes it crosses Neptune orbit so Neptune becomes the farthest.
Mrs Ulrich: can you pass me another boy?
Federico: yes, I will pass you Serena.
Mrs Ulrich: Hi Serena. Which is the planet with the shortest day?
Serena: it’s Jupiter.
Mrs Ulrich: wha is it famous for?
Serena: ehm…I know! It is famous for its large red spot.
Mrs Ulrich: which is the twin planet of the Earth?
Serena: it’s Venus
- how fast does Mercury move?
- Which is the nerest planet toi the sun?
- Which is the planet called the morning star and the evening star?