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blossoming courtyard (troiku) – Tournesol dans un Jardin
[…] “There is pleasure in the pathless woods, there is rapture in the lonely shore, there is society where none intrudes, by the deep sea, and music in its roar; I love not Man the less, but Nature more.” […] Lord Byron sun gently peersyawning gardens stirfrom a dim skyline sun gently peers announcing emerging day yawning gardens stir waiting with bated breath burgeoning rosette from a dim skyline sunbeams kissing blossoms wowing the courtyard ©Tournesol ’16 Prompts: Haiku Horizons & Care Diem Haiku Hai The Troiku is a new haiku form created by Chèvrefeuille at Carpe Diem Haiku Kai Like this: Like Loading... A little bit about moi: I am a mom, a nana, a sister, a woman, a friend, a human being…a youth counsellor, Family Life Educator.
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Wouldn’t it be awesome if those icons were free? Well, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve scoured the interwebs to find 50 of the best sites for free, but beautiful, icons. But the uses don’t stop there. You can also use icons found on these sites to spice up your social media images, to illustrate the information on your slideshows, to enhance your business cards and stationery, to brighten up your menus, or to make your flyer pop. Did I mention that all of these icons are free to use? If a site does require attribution, you can add a link back in your footer or on your About Me page. Without further preamble, here’s a list of where to find icons for all your graphic design projects: Smashing Magazine is one of best resources for finding high quality, exclusive icons. Freepik is a huge resource with a lot more than just icons. If you need an icon for a personal project, Gravual offers two icon collections. This site is packed with free icon sets for all corners of the Internet.
50 Beautifully Illustrated Graphics With Tips To Make You A Better Designer
“Design is an opportunity to continue telling the story, not just to sum everything up.” Tate Linden Designers illustrate stories for their audience with the application of type, color, images and other graphic features. Like a writer when telling a story, there are specific tips and techniques that designers use to ensure the tone is correct and the messages are being brought to life. Often it’s just a matter of adjusting the size of our text, or darkening the background image image so that your message is easier to read. Here we offer 50 unique tips to help your visual story to be told with…. 01. By tightening the line height, the type is contained compositionally in a block. 02. Use scale and application of fonts to put emphasis on specific words. 03. There is a beat to which your copy is read, so make sure to break your lines of text up in a rhythmic pattern. 04. The combination of graphic elements in this graphic makes it high-impact. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.
Siempre es bueno tener este tipo de recursos en nuestra caja de herramientas, sobre todo cuando tenemos que acompañar algún post o usarlo para algún proyecto. A continuación les voy a dejar una lista con los 30 mejores bancos de imágenes gratis para que puedan encontrar lo que quieran. 1- IM Creator IM Creator es un sitio con una gran cantidad de recursos para diseñadores en el cual podemos encontrar plantillas, íconos, un generador de íconos, y obviamente lo que nos interesa: un gran banco de imágenes gratis organizadas por categorías. Pueden encontrar fotografías de ciudades, personas, naturaleza, tecnología, negocios, y mucho más. 2- picjumbo Creo que a picjumbo lo hemos comentado alguna vez en el blog, pero nunca está demás refrescar un poco la memoria de los lectores. 3- Gratisography Es un muy buen banco de imágenes gratis en alta resolución y libres de restricciones de copyright. 4- Unsplash 5- Snapwire Snaps 6- SplitShire 7- Moveast 8- Lock & Stock Photo 9- Magdeleine 10- New Old Stock
How to Deadlift with proper form: pull the bar from the floor until you’ve locked your hips and knees. Keep your lower back neutral. Proper Deadlift form starts with the weight on the floor. Pull the bar until you’ve locked your hips and knees. Return it to the floor by moving your hips back first and then bending your knees. Rest a second between reps and repeat. To Deadlift with proper form means with your lower back neutral. Proper Deadlift form increases effectiveness. This is the definitive guide to proper form on the conventional Deadlift Introduction How to Deadlift How to Deadlift with proper form in 5 simple steps: walk to the bar, grab it, bend your legs until they touch the bar, lift your chest and pull. The Deadlift starts with the barbell on the floor. Walk to the bar. You’ve finished your Deadlift when you’ve locked your hip and knees. If you’d like a print version of these tips, download my Deadlift Tip Sheet. Download My Free Deadlift Tip Sheet Deadlift Form 101 Start Light.
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Historical photos (part 3) ‘Powder Monkey’ on the USS New Hampshire (1864) ‘The moment a dragon is slain’ Puppet Show (Paris 1963) (COLORIZED) Lt. Custer and Union Troops (1862) 9 Kings in Windsor Castle (May 20th, 1910) A vac sealed sachet of one of the astronauts children during Apollo 11 Armstrong post-moonwalk Bombs dropped on Kobe, Japan (1945) Disney brothers with their wives and mother on the day they opened their studio in 1923 Douglas MacArthur signs formal surrender of Japan (1945) First picture ever taken in space (1946) German flying ace, ‘The Red Baron’ and his dog (1916) Headquarters of Benito Mussolini and the Italian Fascist Party (1934) Hiroshima – Before and After (1945) Hitler looking at the Gustav Railway gun (1942) Hungarian Revolution of 1956 JFK and LBJ during the Cuban Missle Crisis (1962) Joseph and magda Goebbels on their wedding day. Goebbels, Hitler’s Propaganda Minister. 1933 in Geneva by Alfred Eisenstaedt Last photo taken of the Titanic (1912) Samurai (ca. 1860-1880)
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Picture Stories for Adult ESL Health Literacy
Created by Kate Singleton Fairfax County (Virginia) Public Schools The picture stories are: Designed to help ESOL instructors address topics that affect the health and well-being of their students. Useful for beginner and low-literacy students. Newcomers to the United States and adults with lower literacy tend to have the least awareness of and access to health care services, thereby running the risk of more serious and chronic health outcomes. Words are kept to a minimum in the stories to give just enough information to convey an idea without becoming too distracting for students with very low literacy. What groups of students are the picture stories suitable for? The stories "Emergency," "A Doctor's Appointment," and "Stressed Out" are suitable for most classes, as the topics are common and uncontroversial. How can the stories be used in class? The Language Experience Approach (LEA) is an effective way to use the picture stories with beginners. Suggested LEA procedure: The basic story:
How to Use Picture Cues to Teach Reading
How to Use Picture Cues to Teach Reading; Print this article; Things You'll Need. Pictures from a magazine, newspaper ads; Scissors; Glue;... To use picture cues as a reading aid, select a book with a lot of pictures, go through the book with the... Team up and use reading strategies, like picture cues and sounding out words, with tips from an experienced teacher in this free...
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Teacher diaries We've talked before about the usefulness of learner diaries & now it's the turn of the teacher. A teaching diary is to help you reflect on what happens in your classroom, what you do & how you go about it & what the students do & how they go about it. You could write it every day about each of your classes or just about one group you have taught each week. Here are a few general guidelines you might want to follow: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. This is an excellent way of beginning your own mini-projects. To see the Tip about Learner Diaries Back to the contents Thought groups A really useful way to help our students with their listening is to help them become aware of 'thought groups' - a term from the excellent phonology book for learners 'Speaking Clearly' - R ogerson & Gilbert - (CUP). Rogerson & Gilbert define 'thought groups': 'When we speak, we need to divide speech up into small 'chunks' to help the listener understand messages. (2 + 3) x 5 = 25 2 + (3 x 5) = 17 1. 2. 3. 4.
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