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Des cartes pour mémoriser. Des cartes pour mémoriser. Sur le modèle de Charivari (ici) qui a mis au point des cartes pour mémoriser les dates, les grands événements de l'histoire, j'ai décidé de créer des cartes pour l'Anglais. Je manque de jeux en solitaire et cela me paraît un bon moyen de s'entraîner en silence (ce qui n'est pas une mince affaire dans ma classe! ). Ils auront désormais les cartes de Charivari et les miennes. Découpez, pliez en deux, collez et le tour est joué! Voici une première "fournée":L'école. Fiche1 Fiche2 Fiche 3 Avec l'autorisation et l'aide précieuse de Charivari, voici les mêmes cartes "en version Charivari" (9 cartes par feuille): clicvert ou Clicnoir Voici la deuxième : Halloween. Fiche 1 La même chose en version Charivari (l'écriture n'est cependant pas la même que pour les miennes car pdf creator ne reconnaît pas cette police!

Clicvert ou Clicnoir Le troisième paquet: Christmas Fiche1 Fiche2 En version Charivari (attention, il n'y a cette fois-ci que 6 cartes par feuilles. Clicnoir ou Clicvert. 18 endroits formidables où faire l'amour avant de mourir. “Architect,” Songs about Professions by StoryBots. FlocabularyYT. New York Slang with Jay-Z | ESL Hip Hop. Guest Introduction This post is a guest article written by Paul Martin. Paul is an English teacher who’s from New York and is currently based in Buenos Aires.

A music lover, he tries to incorporate music from all different genres into his lesson plans. He teaches with Listen & Learn, which offers English courses in New York, in addition to other foreign-language classes all over the world. You can check out his Facebook page or email him at paul@listenandlearn.org for more information. Now take it away, Paul! Introduction “Empire State of Mind” is a single from Jay-Z’s 2009 album “The Blueprint 3”, which was a collaboration (something done together) Jay-Z and singer-songwriter Alicia Keys.

Now you’re in New York! New York Slang and Vocabulary In “Empire State of Mind”, Jay-Z and Alicia Keys make many references to various places in New York City. Other Useful Words and Phrases to make it – If someone “makes it”, they have achieved fame or success. Writing Task. Graffiti and Street Art - level 1. The Story of Street Art Modern graffiti began in big cities in the United States in the 1970s. In New York, young people wrote their names or “tags” in pen on walls around the city. One of the first “taggers” was a teenager called Demetrius. His tag was TAKI 183. He wrote his tag on walls and in stations in New York. Other teenagers saw Demetrius’s tag and started writing their tags too. Then, some teenagers started writing their tags with aerosol paint. In the 1990s and 2000s, a lot of graffiti artists started painting pictures. Graffiti in Galleries In some countries, writing or painting on walls is a crime.

In Bristol in the UK, there is a street art festival in August every year. Who are the Artists? Some street artists have become famous. Os Gemeos are twin brothers from Sao Paulo in Brazil. Blek le rat is from Paris. Faith 47 is from Cape Town in South Africa. The Future of Street Art Many street artists use the internet to look at photos of street art from around the world. Séquences Collège - Anglais - Académie de LYON. 24 façons d'améliorer votre anglais sans quitter votre canapé. Académie d'Orléans-Tours | Anglais Orléans-Tours : Evaluer les 5 activités langagières.

Aide à l'évaluation: au §6 en bas de cette page et grilles d'évaluation au §7 (à droite) « Les descripteurs - 179Ko globaux qui, pour chaque activité langagière, permettent de positionner l’élève sur un niveau du Cadre Européen (A1, A2, B1, etc.) ne sauraient tenir lieu de critères d’évaluation. S’ils permettent de repérer globalement où se situe à peu près tel ou tel élève en matière de savoir-faire langagiers, ils ne permettent pas d’apprécier avec rigueur la qualité de ses performances dans les différentes activités langagières. (…) Le CECRL propose dans son chapitre 5 un inventaire très précis des composantes de chacune des compétences (linguistique, sociolinguistique, pragmatique) que l’élève en langue doit maîtriser à chaque niveau. Cet inventaire s’accompagne pour la production écrite et orale, de la formulation de critères qualitatifs qui permettent de déclarer qu’un objectif d’apprentissage est atteint ou non.

Source : L’évaluation en langue vivante : IGEN 2007 - 437Ko. Production écrite, le conte et ses personnages en anglais. Projet pédagogique : le conte et ses personnages Monica Curnelle, professeur d'anglais au Collège Gaston Domergue à Sommières dans le Gard vous présente un projet pédagogique complet, menée en interdisciplinarité avec le professeur de français. Le projet s'inscrit sur plusieurs séquences permet d'aborder plusieurs aspects linguistiques et culturels : 1ère séquence (novembre/décembre) : étude d'extraits du film de "The Nightmare before Christmas.

" Objectifs culturels : les fêtes traditionnelles (Halloween et Christmas) à travers la subversion du personnage traditionnel de Jack O'Lantern en Santa Claus.2ème séquence (janvier) : étude d'extraits de Shrek 1. Les élèves abordent Halloween et Christmas en passant par le Gingerbread Man, Shrek et le film The Nightmare before Christmas de Tim Burton avant d'écrire et illuster leur propres contes en anglais et fabriquer, et déguster, des Gingerbread Men! Le projet comporte 27 pages (mise en œuvre, worksheets...) et plus de 200 images.

Démarche : Location appartement 3 pièces Saint-Denis - appartement F3/T3/3 pièces 54m² 701€/mois. Appartement 1 pièce 20m2 Locations Val-d'Oise. F1 au premier étage, proche gare ermont eaubonne Locations Val-d'Oise. Films exploitables en classe - Wiki Agreg-Ink. Un article de Wiki Agreg-Ink. Nous savons tous que les films sont un medium très efficace et très populaire avec nos élèves.

Cependant c'est difficile de trouver ceux qu'un prof d'anglais peut exploiter, donc voici une liste de films exploitables en classe (et les thèmes qu'ils abordent) en respectant les droits d'auteur bien sûr!!!. Voici d'ailleurs une synthèse faite par cinehig sur l'exploitation pédagogique des films au regard de la loi : Si vous contribuez, veillez à respecter l'ordre alphabétique , merci et ne mettez que des films que vous avez exploités avec succès.

Artificial Intelligence - collège - Imagining the future. Australia - lycée - Australia / Aboriginals / couvre les quatre notions du programme de Terminale. Chariots of Fire - lycée - class differences / antisemitism. Educating Rita - lycée - teaching / language / social classes / accents. Gandhi -lycée- Inde / biographie du Mahatma.

O Brother, Where Art Thou ? Liens. Joey on the "Pyramid" Game Show "Paper...Snow...A ghost!" | Friends. EDU'bases langues vivantes - Toutes les fiches. Mrs Recht's Virtual Classroom - La prononciation de ‹-ed›, ‹-s› et ‹th› Ce digraphe pose un double problème aux francophones. D’une part, la dentale fricative est souvent remplacée par /s/ - /z/ ou par /v/ - /f/. Sur la prononciation de <th>, revoir le chapitre 1 de ce précis. D’autre part, il faut choisir entre la version sourde /θ/ et la version sonore /ð/. Heureusement, il existe des règles assez simples qui permettent de choisir entre ces deux formes.

Si <th> apparaît dans un mot grammatical, il est prononcé /ð/ : This, they, the, that, thus, therefore, then, there, with etc. Attention : en anglais américain, with est plus généralement prononcé /θ/ même si la prononciation sonore /ð/ reste possible. Exceptions :both, beneath, through Si <th> apparaît dans un mot d’origine grecque ou latine (c’est-à-dire un mot qui ressemble à un mot qui existe aussi en français), il sera prononcé /θ/ : Method, cathedral, sympathy, pathetic, pathos, arthiritis etc.

Exceptions :rhythm /ˈrɪðəm/ et asthma /ˈæsmə/ Other, weather, feather, heather, worthy etc. MLA Formatting and Style Guide. Coming Soon: A new look for our same great content! We're working hard this summer on a redesign of the Purdue OWL. Worry not! Our navigation menu and content will remain largely the same. Summary: MLA (Modern Language Association) style is most commonly used to write papers and cite sources within the liberal arts and humanities.

Contributors: Tony Russell, Allen Brizee, Elizabeth Angeli, Russell Keck, Joshua M. The following overview should help you better understand how to cite sources using MLA eighth edition, including the list of works cited and in-text citations. Please use the example at the bottom of this page to cite the Purdue OWL in MLA. Creating a Works Cited list using the eighth edition MLA is a style of documentation based on a general methodology that may be applied to many different types of writing. Thus, the current system is based on a few guiding principles, rather than an extensive list of specific rules. Here is an overview of the process: Author Said, Edward W.

Number. 8 words you need to know to survive The Hunger Games. Happy Hunger Games! With the release of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire at cinemas, what better time to explore some of the core vocabulary from this epic series. Need some background? For the full picture on the language of The Hunger Games, read our blog post. Whether your arena is a jungle, a desert, or a ticking time bomb, here are eight pieces of essential vocabulary you need to know in order to survive the Games. Don’t forget, knowing these definitions could save your life, and may the odds be ever in your favour!

1) Reaping It all starts here, so look sharp! This use of the word ‘reaping’ could be representative of many of the senses of the verb reap, many of which date back to Old English, including the most common sense meaning to gather, reap a reward (as the Capitol is reaping their reward for being victorious over the districts). 2) Tribute That’s you! 3) Quarter Quell Get some tips from Haymitch Abernathy as you’ll need some serious smarts to survive this. 4) Sponsor 7) Career. ‘The Hunger Games’ A-Z: A Glossary.

Lionsgate Those faithful to Suzanne Collins' "The Hunger Games" series know the books offer up a whole new catalog of vocab terms to explain the ins and outs of Panem. Chances are, we'll be hearing plenty of such words this month when "The Hunger Games" finally hits theaters. So, to introduce the uninitiated and serve as a refresher for those who have read the books, we've created an A to Z glossary of the major "Hunger Games" terms you need to know before taking your spectator seat on March 23. You might want to make flashcards. Arena: The location of the Games. Each year's Hunger Games event takes place in a newly-designed Arena in a different part of the country of Panem.

Avox: A person who has been convicted of treason against The Capitol and subsequently punished by forcible removal of his or her tongue. Bow and Arrow: Archery weapons favored by District 12's female tribute Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence). Capitol: The central government system of the nation of Panem. Mrs K teaches English. Job Searching is Actually Just “The Hunger Games” in Disguise. Congratulations, you just graduated college and are about to enter the job search with thousands of other people competing for the same position. Just imagine if instead of emailing out resumes, your name was plucked from a bowl of all the other applicants. The more internships and experience you have, the more times your name goes in the bowl. You’re basically just a career tribute – training your entire life for this one chance to make something of yourself and receive fame and glory (aka a paycheck). Even after all that work, the chances of a hand even grazing your name are slim to none.

It’s all in the hands of someone equally as optimistic as Effie Trinket – the HR manager. Finally, the last day they’re accepting resumes comes and it’s time to decide if you’ll be going into the interview arena. Now, it’s time to prepare and decide how to present yourself to the panel. The time has come to enter the arena.

Happy job searching – and may the odds be ever in your favor. Like this: Some like it hot- Anglais LP. Domaine 4 : • Scénario Vous travaillez pour la radio du lycée et devez faire une présentation du film et donner votre opinion en la justifiant Interaction orale générale : B1 Compétence linguistique : Quantifieurs (much/many), superlatif dans le but de valoriser. Compétence pragmatique : Exprimer son opinion et ses émotions vis à vis d’un film Réalités et faits culturels : Les moeurs dans l’Amérique des années 1950, Marylin Monroe, les genres de film américains. • La séquence Séquence conçue par Katy Garnier-Colas au Lycée Pierre Doriole. • Documents d’accompagnements Séances 1 et 2 Affiches(PDF de 220.1 ko) Supports production orale interactive Fiche séances 1 et 2-posters+trailer(PDF de 90.6 ko) You are the person in charge of the writing of the new DVD cover of the film “Some like it Hot”.

Séances 3 et 4 Séance 5 Aide à la POC(PDF de 65.4 ko) Fiche guide pour la production de "l’émission de radio". Aide à la POC(OpenDocument Text de 35.9 ko) Evaluation Pour préparer l’enregistrement : Production finale. YouTube. The Hunger Games Official Trailer 2012 HD. 'Big Brother' - the TV Programme (UK) Big Brother is the name of the reality TV show that has become a worldwide phenomenon. Originating in The Netherlands, the game show is revolutionary in that contestants are monitored 24/7 for up to ten weeks in a house that they share with the other contestants. Live webcasts on the Internet, and more recently, on a dedicated digital television channel, have made it a hit with audiences everywhere.

The first series of Big Brother UK appeared on British Television screens during the summer of 2000. Who is 'Big Brother'? Within the confines of the house, 'Big Brother' is the voice of authority, issuing instructions, informing the contestants of events and generally controlling the environment. The voice of Big Brother is played in shifts by different members of the production staff regardless of gender. Then again, it's the British public who decide who goes and who wins, so it could be argued 'Big Brother' is... us!

The Concept Nominations Supplies and Tasks The Live Feeds The House The Garden. How TV Affects Your Child. Listen Violence To give you perspective on just how much violence kids see on TV, consider this: The average American child will witness 200,000 violent acts on television by age 18. Kids may become desensitized to violence and more aggressive. TV violence sometimes begs for imitation because violence is often promoted as a fun and effective way to get what you want. Many violent acts are perpetrated by the "good guys," whom kids have been taught to admire. Young kids are particularly frightened by scary and violent images. Older kids also can be frightened by violent images, whether they appear on fictional shows, the news, or reality-based shows. Risky Behaviors TV is full of programs and commercials that depict risky behaviors (such as drinking alcohol, doing drugs, smoking cigarettes, and having premarital sex) as cool, fun, and exciting.

Alcohol ads on TV have actually increased over the last few years and more underage kids are being exposed to them than ever. How on earth could 'respectable' parents let their children enter Channel 4's 'cruel' experiment? By Moira Petty Updated: 10:04 GMT, 4 February 2009 Try to imagine ten boys and ten girls from differing backgrounds let loose to live in separate 'villages' and told they can live without rules for two weeks. A plot for a controversial new film, perhaps? Or a new play? No. These are real children, from real families, allowed by their largely middle-class parents to take part in what has been described as a televised Lord Of The Flies for 2009. The youngsters - aged between eight and 11 - were left to decide everything and do everything for themselves.

Predictably, the producers of Boys And Girls Alone, which began on Channel 4 last night, are billing the four-part series as a fascinating TV experiment, which shows the differences between girls and boys when left to their own devices. Violence: In the boys' camp, it was not long before blows were being exchanged Within two days, some of the children were sobbing inconsolably. The girls, meanwhile, fared little better. Good intentions? TEACHERS GONNA TEACH. 22 mots anglais qui devraient exister en français. 22 idées reçues qui agacent tous les enseignants. Gérard Genette : Narratologie. En images : notre quotidien perverti par l'ère digitale. [Se-Unsa] TED: Ideas worth spreading. Retrojam - Enter Your Birthday! Make Your Images Interactive - ThingLink. Google.

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