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Anglais Technique STI2D - Lycée Jules FERRY. English Skills for Information Technology. Computer specialists develop and maintain the computer equipment and software programs that form the basis of the Internet.

English Skills for Information Technology

They make up the majority of professional and related occupations, and account for about 34 percent of the industry as a whole. Computer programmers write, test, and customize the detailed instructions, called programs or software, that computers follow to perform various functions such as connecting to the Internet or displaying a Web page. Using programming languages such as C++ or Java, they break down tasks into a logical series of simple commands for the computer to implement. Computer software engineers analyze user needs to formulate software specifications, and then design, develop, test, and evaluate programs to meet these requirements. While computer software engineers must possess strong programming skills, they generally focus on developing programs, which are then coded by computer programmers.

Cybernetics and Electronic Engineering Vocabulary. 26 usages pour votre TBI - Récit. 21 Février 2018 Julie Beaupré, conseillère pédagogique du RÉCIT à la commission scolaire des Affluents, présente une infographie et un diaporama qui proposent plusieurs usages du tableau numérique interactif pouvant être faits sans avoir recours au logiciel qui l’accompagne.

26 usages pour votre TBI - Récit

Que ce soit pour écrire, interagir, diffuser, gérer sa classe efficacement ou pour créer, ces ressources sauront vous inspirer! Ressources. Biblio.nathan. Do you have one of the most common passwords? They’re ridiculously easy to guess. Cookies are Not Accepted - New York Times. Speaking Activities for ESL/EFL.


Ilots, groupes et cocotiers ou le pédagogique sous les tropiques. Je n’y croyais pas.

Ilots, groupes et cocotiers ou le pédagogique sous les tropiques

Je m’imaginais cocotiers, cocktails et vahinés. Pendus et morpions à tous les étages. Amusettes, pipelettes et castagnettes. Je rejoignais le groupe des sceptiques qui voient dans le travail en groupe un évitement du cours frontal. Le fameux cours où brille l’enseignant charismatique, chevronné et qui emporte dans la vague déferlante de ses connaissances passionnantes des élèves conquis. Ceux qu’on se représente dans l’univers cathodique et filmique, Sam prof version trash, Sophie Marceau à la Sorbonne, version chic. #IATEFL – Improving pronunciation: helping students get ‘more value’ from their English. Jenny Dance, who runs a language school in Bristol, tells us why pronunciation training is so important for her students and what led her to find a system that would allow them to practice more effectively.

#IATEFL – Improving pronunciation: helping students get ‘more value’ from their English

5 great activities for using movies in the EFL class. Persuading students of the usefulness of watching English-language movies at home isn’t hard, but there are many things you can do to bring films into the classroom as well.

5 great activities for using movies in the EFL class

Here are 5 great activities for using movies in the EFL class. Half in half out Choose a scene from a movie that you’d like to work on, preferably one with lots of movement and lots of dialogue. Shakespeare's Novel Neologisms We Still Use. In honor of William Shakespeare, we’d like to share some words popularized by the Bard himself.

Shakespeare's Novel Neologisms We Still Use

Shakespeare died on April 23rd and was baptized on April 26th; his actual birth date remains unknown. Did Shakespeare coin the following terms? Probably not—these words may have been in conversational usage when he committed them to the page, or they may have previously appeared in the writings of his less-prominent contemporaries. Whether or not these words are Shakespeare coinages, the plays of Shakespeare indubitably brought many novel words and phrases to the universal consciousness of English speakers worldwide. 50 Ways to Use Skype in your Classroom. Reposted with kind permission from TeachThought Skype, the free, ubiquitous VOIP downloadable, offers some unique opportunities for tech-savvy teachers to get their students learning in exciting new ways.

50 Ways to Use Skype in your Classroom

It might prove a buggy affair depending on the version, but all the same the service still makes for a phenomenal classroom tool. 5 Ways to Start Using Padlet in the Classroom. If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed.

5 Ways to Start Using Padlet in the Classroom

Thanks for visiting! Have you ever used Padlet with your students? I’ve been using it for a while and absolutely love it! ESL Pronunciation Practice with Google Voice – heyhey's word. I have been using several Google products in my classroom for the past few years.

ESL Pronunciation Practice with Google Voice – heyhey's word

I started out slowly with Google Drive, and I’ve been slowing testing out other services to see what works in my ESL classroom setting. How to teach pronunciation. 0.Introduction In this article I will concern myself with the teaching of pronunciation and decoding skills (i.e. the transformation of L2 graphemes into sounds) within a typical secondary school setting where teacher contact time is limited (e.g. 2-3 hours per week).

How to teach pronunciation

The present post should be considered as a sequel to a previous blog (‘Nine research facts on the teaching of L2 phonology teaching and learning’) in which I discussed the theoretical background to what I will propose below. Hence, the reading of that post is recommended if you want to have a better grasp of some of the points made below. Approaches to pronunciation instruction. 4 User Benefits of Great Mobile Learning Apps. By Alan Schwartz Your average U.S. student spends 8 to 10 hours per day on a mobile phone.

Most of that is of course social media, not “mobile assisted learning” in any traditional sense. The challenge for EdTech providers is to grab even a small slice–even 1% would be nice! –of students’ mobile time and turn it into more productive learning activities. 5 Outstanding Technology Tools for a World Language Classroom. Integrate Technology into your 21st Century World Language Classroom ¡Hola! I’m Katie Bordner, and I’m one of the Spanish teachers at City High in Pittsburgh, PA. International English Exams Tips: Does Reading Aloud Make You A Better English Speaker? Quite a number of English learners believe that reading aloud helps in making them better English speakers. Others are skeptical about this since most people who read aloud end up annoying those people around them.

Surprisingly, reading aloud is a good practice for one to become a better English speaker. When a person reads aloud, there are a number of faculties that are built and developed. Teachthought. 21 Digital Tools To Build Vocabulary by Kimberly Tyson, Ph.D If you follow this blog, you know that I believe effective vocabulary instruction is just about the most important instructional activity for teachers to get right. For lots of reasons. Vocabulary influences fluency, comprehension, and student achievement. 10 Do's and Don'ts for Effective Vocabulary Instruction l Dr. Kimberly's Literacy Blog. We know that there is a strong relationship between vocabulary and reading comprehension. Systematic vocabulary instruction must be an integral component of a K-12 comprehensive instructional framework.

Pratiques numériques en éducation : l’exemple des usages de Twitter en milieu scolaire. 2 Cette recherche-formation-action s’intitule « Le défi d’internet pour l’information des jeunes : dé (...) 3 Les outils testés sont les suivants : 1. Le carnet de bord, « Journal de recherche » (scolaire et p (...) 1Observer et accompagner les changements apportés par le numérique dans les pratiques des jeunes et les démarches des professionnels de jeunesse et d’éducation, telle est la mission de l’INJEP qui la met en œuvre avec différents partenaires (collectivités, Éducation nationale, Éducation populaire…). CDI 2.0 : le centre de doc' virtuel du collège » Des images « libres de droit » Insight Top 10 Tips: Writing. Students often find it difficult to engage with reading and writing instruction and practice, particularly when large, intimidating texts are involved. This is the second in our series of insight blog posts, aimed at helping teachers to overcome this problem.

Here are the Top 10 Tips for Writing, from teacher-trainer Olha Madylus. Writing is the most difficult of the four language skills. In order to write well, students need to not only have mastery of grammar, a large bank of vocabulary, know how to structure texts, and be able to plan and edit their own writing – they also need to have ideas, opinions and imagination. What Are You Going to Wear? Party Plans Pair Activity. 105 Regular English Verbs with -ED in the Past: Pronunciation Practice. The Mysterious Origins Of 21 Tech Terms. E. L. Easton - English Online. Le billet du moment. English. Ship or Sheep : minimal pair ESL pronunciation practice - free online. The 9 Best Online Resources for ESL Pronunciation Practice.


Tongue Twisters. Three ways to use iPads in the languages classroom. Flashcards* 90% Of People Can't Pronounce This Whole Poem. You Have To Try It. Enseignants et élèves : des consommateurs de technologies pour créer de la pédagogie. 10 Most Common Rookie Mistakes in Public Speaking. How to Improve your Vocabulary. Email letters vocabulary list learning basic the words.