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This year in October 3ème students read Ellen Mac Arthur's logbook about her crossing in the Vendée Globe.

Then they were asked to write Nicolas Vanier's logbook about his Siberian Odyssey (December 2005 to March 2006). They had to imagine they were Nicolas Vanier so the narrative used "I".

They had to write a lively narrative using useful information, making comments on the expedition, the weather conditions, the 10 brave dogs, the hard blows, the meetings, the environmenal project...

They had to use both preterit and present perfect.

Logbook definition :
A logbook is a book in which each entry usually contains the time and date, weather conditions, boat speed and course, position and other information and observations.


Logbooks

Aurore L. 3 pages
Carolane
3 pages
Louise
2 pages
Aurore LM. 2 pages
Théo 3 pages



 

 

 

 

 

 















 

 
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