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World Public Library Free Visual Dictionary & Thesaurus | Online Dictionary | Associated Words | Synonyms Dictionary at SnappyWords.com 8 Excellent Free Timeline Creation Tools for Teachers 1-TikiToki TikiToki is a great application for multimedia timelines making . It allows its users to create stunning animated timelines. TikiToKi is very easy to use and above all its basic version is completely free . 2- Time Glider This is a web tool that lets you create, collaborate on, and publish zooming/planning interactive timelines for free.It is like Google Maps but for time. 3- OurStory Ourstory enables you to write stories, tag friends, and add media to collaborative timelines either privately or in public. 4- Capzles Capzles is a web tool I have reviewed here a couple of times. 5- Read Write Think Read Write Think has a beautiful timeline tool that allows users to add project labels and easily create timelines. 6- Xtimeline Xtimeline is a free web-based timeline that you can use to easily create and share timelines with pictures and videos. 7- TimeToast TimeToast is another great tool that allows you to create timelines and share them on the web. 8- Dipity

SoftSchools Teacher Resources Tiki-Toki The Harvard Classics: Download All 51 Volumes as Free eBooks Every revolutionary age produces its own kind of nostalgia. Faced with the enormous social and economic upheavals at the nineteenth century’s end, learned Victorians like Walter Pater, John Ruskin, and Matthew Arnold looked to High Church models and played the bishops of Western culture, with a monkish devotion to preserving and transmitting old texts and traditions and turning back to simpler ways of life. It was in 1909, the nadir of this milieu, before the advent of modernism and world war, that The Harvard Classics took shape. Compiled by Harvard’s president Charles W. Eliot and called at first Dr. What does the massive collection preserve? In its expert synergy of moral uplift and marketing, The Harvard Classics (find links to download them as free ebooks below) belong as much to Mark Twain’s bourgeois gilded age as to the pseudo-aristocratic age of Victoria—two sides of the same ocean, one might say. Looking for free, professionally-read audio books from Audible.com? W.H.

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Designing Universal Knowledge Timeline Selon une étude, il est possible de tomber amoureux en répondant à ces 36 questions Deux inconnus, 36 questions, 45 minutes... Et vous avez la recette pour tomber amoureux en un rien de temps. C'est du moins ce qu'une étude a voulu démontrer. Il parait que le coup de foudre existe, que lorsque l'on est amoureux on le sait tout de suite... Prenez deux inconnus, placez-les face à face dans une salle, demandez leur de répondre à 36 questions en l'espace de 45 minutes puis laissez-les se regarder dans le blanc des yeux pendant quatre minutes et le tour est joué, c'est le big love. Une professeur sceptique tente l'expérience Alors, légende urbaine ou exactitude scientifique ? Si la personne qu'elle a choisi n'était pas un parfait inconnu, que le laboratoire s'est transformé en bar et que les deux tourtereaux ont dépassé le temps indiqué, ils ont néanmoins suivi le protocole. Une série de questions qui semble suivre une suite logique, avec des questions de plus en plus personnelles. Vous vous demandez certainement si lui et moi sommes tombés amoureux. Première série : 1. 13.

Une astuce pour changer de tonalité sans prendre de risque Un petit truc tout bête que j'utilise régulièrement pour changer de tonalité, c'est de conserver une note du dernier accord de la tonalité 1, et faire en sorte qu'on retrouve cette note dans le premier accord de la tonalité 2. Par exemple, je termine une phrase sur un accord de SOL majeur (notes sol-si-ré), je peux embrayer sur un accord de SIB majeur (notes sib-ré-fa) pour démarrer une autre phrase musicale. C'est la note ré qui est en commun. D'ailleurs, je me suis livré à un petit exercice : je joue du piano dans une tonalité de LA mineur et j'arrive sur un accord de Sol majeur (qui est très commun dans la tonalité de LA mineur). J'ai donc les doigts qui enfoncent les notes sol-si-ré... Et là je me dis comme ça : "tiens, aujourd'hui je suis de bonne humeur, je tenterais bien un changement de tonalité (soyons fou !)". Donc, en partant de l'accord de SOL majeur (notes sol-si-ré) :

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