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Movie Talk: Un hombre triste se pone feliz – My generation of polyglots Movie talk on the fly Recently a teacher asked me to describe how I do movie talk with my classes. I believe that Movie talk is most effective when planned out so that target structures are recycled, but thinking about Krashen’s argument for non-targeted CI has led me to feel better about all of the Movie talks that I do on the fly. Nonetheless, even with my impromptu movie talks, I am still recycling target structures by relying on the super sixteen verbs that are posted on my wall. (1) Talking through the video When students came in today they saw the frame to the left. The first time through I stop it as often as possible, simply describing what we see. I rarely write anything on the board the first time through (unless a student explicitly asks); I want them to hear the language first. (2) Paired retells (3) Personalization This is the most enjoyable part of the lesson. (4) Questions I asked students to write nine questions about the video using all of our question words. Like this:

10 idées écolos pour faire son sapin de Noël... sans sapin - WE DEMAIN Depuis que le prince Albert l’a importé de sa Saxe natale à la cour britannique, au XIXe siècle, la tradition du sapin de Noël est incontournable en Europe. Chaque année en France, il s’en vend quelque 7 millions d’exemplaires, dont 1 million de sapins artificiels. Si ces derniers ne nécessitent pas d’entretien, leur bilan écologique (production, transports…) est en revanche désastreux : comptez 48,3 kg de CO2 contre 3,1 kg pour un arbre naturel. Quiz carbone : sapin naturel ou sapin synthétique ? Certes, les sapins naturels sont cultivés de façon de plus en plus responsable et ne sont plus arrachés dans les forêts comme autrefois. Pour réduire à néant l’impact environnemental de son sapin, une solution : le fabriquer soi-même. Cet article a initialement été publié en décembre 2015

Teaching With a Mountain View: Topic Sentences I am so lucky to be working side-be-side with the creator of an incredible writing program this year! She and a former colleague (who I taught 3rd grade with) created the entire school-wide curriculum, and it is so cohesive! I'm LOVING it. I love having something that I can turn to and an excellent scope and sequence for writing. It's especially fantastic because, as a school-wide program, the kids build on what they are learning year to year... which is why when I introduced topic sentences, almost ALL of the kids were already familiar with the concept and the types of sentences we use. You can read more about the writing curriculum here. The four types of topic sentences we teach are If...Then, Even though, Since, and When. They each wrote in their notebook the four types of sentences (here is a picture of my teacher notebook that I projected on the board). The next day, we did an activity inspired by Stephanie at Teaching in Room 6. Remember, there are two almost identical sets.

Subtitles for Subtitle Videoplayer (Save in .srt format) Concours Castor Informatique — Plateforme Code.org Your browser is not supported. Please upgrade your browser to one of our supported browsers. You can try viewing the page, but expect functionality to be broken. App Lab works best on a desktop or laptop computer with a mouse and keyboard. Game Lab works best on a desktop or laptop computer with a mouse and keyboard. You may experience issues using Web Lab in Private Browsing mode. CS in Algebra curriculum and content is being deprecated. Moodle Cloze Files 2018 Noël Commercial Madness! – Williamson CI & TPRS Here is the bracket and supplementary activities for the French edition of Noël Commercial Madness 2018! Announcing the French version of the 2018 Noël Commercial Madness!! This post contains the 2018 bracket along with supplementary activities. The activities document has links to Kahoots, Quizlets and ways to make each commercial comprehensible. I am happy to add a French version along with the Spanish edition of Christmas Commercial Madness. You can follow along the Bracket Madness on Twitter. Here is the 2018 Noël Commercial Madness bracket Here is the 2018 Noël Commercial Madness supplementary activities Google doc Here is the 2018 Noël Commercial Madness supplementary activities PDF Here is the Google drive of the downloaded commercials Here is the Youtube playlist Here are bulletin board materials (print them out and make a bracket on your board) To see a basic outline of what I do with the commercials each class, you can check out my post from last year’s Spanish edition. Like this:

Simon’s Cat–Santa Claws MovieTalk – Williamson CI & TPRS Here are resources for doing a MovieTalk with the Simon’s Cat video called “Sa nta Claws.” A good one to do with Christmas coming soon! Structures that I choose: empezó a jugar= s/he began to play asustó a=s/he scared… quería que fuera=s/he wanted him/her to go Santa Claws-Simon’s Cat reading | Santa Claws Screen Shots Powerpoint Textivate Activities: Who Wants to be a Millionaire Game | Sequence Game | Snake Game | Fill In Gaps (12/1/16 Update: Textivate activities are no longer available. Fill In Blanks Activity Sheet | Sequence Sheet French Resources from Beth Lemoine Like this: Like Loading...

Todally Comprehensible Latin: CI Reading Strategies Reading in the target language can be divided into three phases: pre-reading, reading, and post-reading. Each of theses phases is important to contributing to student comprehension and literacy in the target language. Below is a list of reading stratgies which I have collected and written about on my blog (if there is not a link, it means that I plan to write about it). Why is reading important to language acquisition? According to Krashen: “Our reading ability, our ability to write in an acceptable writing style, our spelling ability, vocabulary knowledge, and our ability to handle complex syntax is the result of reading.” I always say that reading is where the magic happens in language acquisition! As Carol Gaab states, "The brain CRAVES novelty," so for one story, I may do 2-3 different activities for prereading, while I may do 5-6 different post-reading activties. PreReading (anything used to preview vocab/structures) - TPRS/Ask a Story - running dictatio - embedded writing

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