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Animals, Colors, Colours, Clothes & Numbers ESL Vocabulary Wheel Game. Ellis Island Interactive Tour With Facts, Pictures, Video. World War II and the Postwar Period The United States entered World War II in 1942. During the war, immigration decreased. There was fighting in Europe, transportation was interrupted, and the American consulates weren't open.

Fewer than 10 percent of the immigration quotas from Europe were used from 1942 to 1945.In many ways, the country was still fearful of the influence of foreign-born people. Also because of the war, the Chinese Exclusion Act was repealed in 1943. I believe that the admission of these persons will add to the strength and energy of the Nation. " Learn More. The Anne Frank House in virtual reality | Anne Frank House. The furnished Secret Annex In the VR app, all of the rooms in the secret annex are furnished according to how it was when occupied by the group in hiding, between 1942 and 1944. Everything was carefully built and modelled in 3D by Vertigo Games (Force Field Entertainment), the creators of the app.

Empty Secret Annex In the actual museum, the secret annex is empty. After the eight people hiding in the house were found and arrested, the furniture was removed. Leaving the rooms of the secret annex empty was the wish of Otto Frank, Anne’s father. Multilingual and free of charge The virtual reality tour takes about 25 minutes, provides background information and is available in seven languages: Dutch, English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese and Hebrew. Using the Virtual Reality app The VR app is suitable for Oculus Go, Rift and Quest and Gear VR.The virtual reality tour is already used by dozens of other museums and institutions all over the world. Download the free VR app in the Oculus store.


Irregular verbs. Listening. Escape games continuité pédagogique. Escape games continuité pédagogique. Halloween. Stop Disasters! The Second World War with Jacqueline Wilson - Puffin Schools. Puffin is an imprint of Penguin Random House, the world’s number-one publisher representing a vibrant community of publishing houses marked by unparalleled success.

Through our world of stories, Puffin aims to open up the world to every child. Our mission is to inspire children to feel they can be and do anything, and to create readers for life. Puffin started out as a non-fiction publisher, with its first title appearing in 1940. As the most iconic and well-known children’s book brand in the UK today, we are always on the lookout for innovative ways to tell the world’s favourite stories and for brilliant new debut talent and brands that connect with today’s young readers, from newborn up to twelve years old.

We publish a diverse and wide range of fiction, non-fiction, picture books and children’s classics. The Official Roald Dahl Website. Primary History - Famous People - Queen Elizabeth I. Nasa Home & City. 12 Banksy Murals You Can See on Street View — Google Arts & Culture. Tag along with us on a virtual street art tour The mysterious graffiti artist Banksy has been creating his satirical stencil-style work on buildings and walls around the world for almost 30 years. A large number of these have been destroyed, physically removed, or painted over by other artists — as is the ephemeral nature of street art. However there are still some around that you can explore using Street View. Here are 12 of them...

BANKSY, Crayon for Closure, Kolodny by BanksyRandom Act Projects The French Embassy, London 2. The Falling Shopper is painted around 7 meters above the ground on Bruton Lane. Falling Shopper, London 3. Despite also being raised above ground level, this piece portraying a naked man hanging from a window to avoid being caught with his lover fell victim to a vandal wielding a paint gun.

Man Hanging from Window, Bristol 4. The Royal Family, London 5. The Mild Mild West, Bristol 6. Very Little Helps, London 7. The Girl with The Pierced Eardrum 8. Fishing Boy, London 9. 10. Gutenberg. 6000 livres de littérature jeunesse numérisés, à lire gratuitement. Voici un fonds d’archives passionnant, sur une belle période. Et d’autant plus qu’elle expose clairement l’évolution des méthodes pédagogiques par lesquelles on faisait apprendre la littérature aux enfants. En s’appuyant sur les œuvres du XVIIIe siècle, difficile de croire que l’on apporte des notions de modernité, mais soit... Dans la Baldwin Library of Historical Children’s Literature, on retrouvera toute une collection d’ouvrages pour enfants : on y découvre des bandes dessinées, des livres de littérature, des dystopies ou encore du Young Adult... comme si toutes ces appellations ne devaient rien au monde moderne.

Bien entendu, une partie de ces œuvres est venue dans la fin du XIXe siècle, avec l’influence de publications comme celles de Jules Verne et d’autres. Dans tous les cas, la bibliothèque met à disposition plus de 6000 livres à lire en ligne, ou en version XML, avec couvertures en haute définition. via Open Culture.