I loved the exercise of watching a series and making a TV journal of it. Watching TV in English is a very good way to learn. Sometimes, in class or when we are doing homework, it can be very boring, so we are not in a good mood to learn. So, watching a series that you love is a very good way to increase your English. For my part, I discovered a real passion for the Prison Break series. I watched completely the first and the second season in two weeks. That’s about 50 episodes. And the DVDs were not translated to French so I still watched it in English after the episodes that were for the TV journal. Now I’m watching the third season at FOX on Monday. The part that you have to discuss with other people about your program was fun too because I really liked the series and I wanted to express how good Prison Break is. There is also the fact that we post our assignment on a blog so everybody can see it. I hope that when your future students will look at our blog they will choose to watch Prison Break.
mercredi 12 décembre 2007
Episode #1 of the second season. Under the view of Michael Scofield.
The morning after the escape, we were still running in the forest trying to shake off the prison guard. But it was no longer just the prison guards; the FBI was also chasing us. I heard the dogs bark behind us, I knew they were getting closer. In fact, Bellick, a prison guard, finally reached us, and shot in our direction. He almost got me, but my brother saved me at the last second. When we finally got to the cemetery, where were our things that were going to help us to disappear like passports, money and clothes. When we were leaving, I saw a SUV and a guy who seemed to be from the FBI. In fact, when he saw us he started running after us. We finished by losing him but I was afraid because if he knew where we were, he was able to know where we are going. We finally decided to go in separate ways to get more chance of losing the police. For sure, I went with my brother in the west of the