Dans le cadre d'une séquence en anglais sur le Survivalisme, les élèves de Seconde de Madame Bourrat et Madame Onu ont rédigé un histoire dans laquelle ils doivent survivre à un évènement inattendu (montée des eaux, attaque de zombie, catastrophe naturelle). Voici les deux meilleures histoires sélectionnées par les élèves de deux classes. Enjoy!
It is 10 a.m. in English class, two endless hours… “Driiiiiiiiiiiiiing!!!” Like every Friday, with my best friends Romane and Léa, we go to take a coffee at break. We must hurry because there are a lot of people in the morning. But… “Theo, wait! I forgot my pencil-case in the classroom”, cried Léa. “You are [a pain in the neck] !” I replied. We went back to the classroom. We opened the door, when all of a sudden… there were no students alive. The class was red with blood, corpses strewn on the ground. At the back of the class, a creature… no… a green man… no…. it was a zombie! The zombie was beheading my teacher! We ran out of the building.
As usual, Léa, the brain of the team, said: “Ok, stay calm. He was cold. We must find a shelter with food and drink. The cafeteria is the best place!”
We arrived in the cafeteria, when we heard a strange sound… five zombies arose from the shadow. With her legendary courage, Romane hit the first zombie in the head with her beautiful brick. The monster fell on the ground and as for me, who is rather calm and against violence, I finished it thanks to a pair of scissors.
“We will not be able to escape them, we must flee!” I shouted.
“Go to the supermarket, we must go search for a flashlight, a first-aid medical kit, a power generator, bottled water and canned food!” answered Léa.
All three of us ran to save our lives…