ZigZag magazineBlog de Cid LarsenAnalogos | Le blog de Francis RoyoReader Idea | Grammar ClubsHiroko Masuike for The New York TimesAllison Stuart, second from left, owner of Bedford Hill coffee bar in Brooklyn, with, from left, Jasper Berg, Jo Firestone and Mavi Graves. The college professor whose idea we’re featuring today frequently uses Dining section articles like this one to teach grammar. Go to related article » Here is another in our Great Ideas From Readers series. If you’ve used The Times for teaching and learning and would like to see your idea in our blog, write in and tell us what you’ve done. Teacher: Susan Behrens, Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders School/Location: Marymount Manhattan College, New York Grade or Level of Students: Undergraduates (Ages 18-22, roughly) Idea: Using The New York Times to show students how the rules of grammar can be bent — and as models for their own writing. Why We Chose It: Whether English teachers should explicitly teach grammar, and how they should approach it if they do, has been the subject of debate for years. 1. 2. 3.
Le blog de libellulus.over-blog.comLES CONFINSSpeech ToolsThe applications that comprised Speech Tools are now available as stand-alone applications.This change was made to facilitate delivery of software upgrades for individual applications. It also allows users to download only the applications they need. Speech Analyzer: for acoustic analysis of speech sounds. Phonology Assistant: for managing transcribed Speech Analyzer sound files and/or transcribed data without sound files. Note: If you have transcribed data that cannot be converted to Unicode, Speech Tools 2.2 contains non-Unicode versions of Phonology Assistant and Speech Analyzer still available at Speech Tools downloads.La Maison De Poésie Actualités