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Democracy Now! The Real News Network - Independent News, Blogs and Editorials. English grammar. Write On Plastic Pocket Charts. Check out this cool idea a reader submitted.

Write On Plastic Pocket Charts

It’s simple, but genius! If you use a pocket chart to hold vocabulary words, you can diagram them right on the pocket! Use an overhead marker or a whiteboard marker to diagram words onto the clear front pocket of the chart! This way, you can leave it up for the week while you’re focusing on a specific principle, and you don’t have to write on the word strip.

Have any other great ideas? Like this: Like Loading... Related Effective Bulletin Boards for Your Classroom I saw this idea in an upper grade classroom and thought it was pretty cool. In "Bulletin Boards/Walls" Classroom Journal Tips Keeping journals is a great way to help students keep new information recorded and stored in a neat and useful way. In "Management" Sight Words Tic-Tac-Toe I recently read a blog post on all the fun ways you can modify tic-tac-toe to make it more educational. Portail:Enseignement de l'anglais. Onestopenglish: Number one for English language teachers. A Website for Teachers and Learners of English As a Foreign Language Abroad. VousNousIls » l'emag de l'education.

BBC iWonder. Education news, opinion and guides. English Day by Day: La grammaire expliquée. Ces deux verbes sont des verbes de parole. Ils peuvent vous servir lorsque vous rapportez à quelqu'un ce que vous avez entendu. Le verbe "tell" dans le sens de "dire" ne peut s'utiliser qu'avec un complément de personne. Le verbe "say", quant à lui, peut être utilisé avec ou sans complément de personne. Voici un exemple triple pour illustrer la traduction de la phrase : "Il (m') a dit qu'il était très fatigué. " Lire la suite "Choisir entre SAY et TELL *" » Le verbe "wish" en anglais peut être trompeur car il peut à la fois prendre en traduction la valeur de "souhaiter" ou "regretter" qui sont deux antonymes en français, deux mots complètement opposés.

Lorsque nous avons abordé le thème des temps en anglais, nous avions dit que le prétérit était le temps de la rupture par rapport au moment présent, que cette rupture soit liée au temporel ou au réel. Lire la suite "I wish... **" » Cette post position exprime l'idée de continuité. Audio anglais. EDU'bases langues vivantes. Accueil du portail - Éduscol. RESCOL 1 - Ressources pour le Collège en anglais. MY TEACHER. Lesson plans, printables and other resourses. Nik's QuickShout: iPhone for Speaking Homework. Getting students to do speaking homework has always been quite a challenge, but for those students with smartphones we can now get them using free apps to practice and develop their speaking abilities.

Nik's QuickShout: iPhone for Speaking Homework

This speaking tasks requires the download of a free app called the VTR2 Video Recording Teleprompter from The app acts as a teleprompter which scrolls a text across the screen of your devices and records you speaking as you read the text. The app can be used on iPhone or an iPad with a camera. It's very simple to use. When you launch the app you see 3 buttons at the bottom of the interface. These are: 1. To get started, find a text that you want your students to read. Go to the settings and scroll down to text. Then then tap on 'Done'. Now go back to the launch screen and click on 'Record'. You can then click on discard to try again or 'Save' if you want to view your recording. You need to give the recording a name and to save it. You can then go to the gallery and watch and listen. Best. The Metropolitan Museum of Art Puts 400,000 High-Res Images Online & Makes Them Free to Use. On Friday, The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced that “more than 400,000 high-resolution digital images of public domain works in the Museum’s world-renowned collection may be downloaded directly from the Museum’s website for non-commercial use.”

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Puts 400,000 High-Res Images Online & Makes Them Free to Use

Even better, the images can be used at no charge (and without getting permission from the museum). In making this announcement, the Met joined other world-class museums in putting put large troves of digital art online. Witness the 87,000 images from the Getty in L.A., the 125,000 Dutch masterpieces from the Rijksmuseum, the 35,000 artistic images from the National Gallery, and the 57,000 works of art on Google Art Project. The Met’s online initiative is dubbed “Open Access for Scholarly Content,” and, while surfing the Met’s digital collections, you’ll know if a particular work is free to download if it bears the “OASC” acronym.

In an FAQ, the Met provides these simple instructions. to save the image to your desktop or device. Language learning tips for teachers and students. The Learning Network - The Learning Network Blog.