Teaching Foreign Languages K-12 Workshop Workshop 1. Meaningful Interpretation This session looks at how the interpretation of texts (including documents, paintings, movies, audio recordings, and more) can go beyond literal comprehension and tap into students' background knowledge while fostering critical-thinking skills. Go to this unit. Workshop 2. Person to Person Focusing on interpersonal communication, session participants discuss how students use language to make themselves understood and to understand others. The session also explores how different teaching approaches encourage or discourage meaningful student interaction.
1 - COD, COI ou COS ? Exercice de grammaire en ligne French Grammar Lesson . - The complément d'objet direct (COD) is the word or group of words that joins the verb without preposition, to complete the meaning.- The complément d'objet indirect (COI) is the word or group of words that joins the verb with preposition. Questions are asked to whom, what, from whom, from whom, what, for whom, for what...- The complément d'objet second (COS) is called like that because the sentence already has a direct object complement and it is the second one. (sometimes referred to as indirect second complement) J'unis un cœur COD/ de neige à la blancheur des cygnes. COS/ (Baudelaire) Je hais le mouvement COD/ qui dérangent les lignes. COD/ (Baudelaire) Je me souviens des jours anciens COI/ et je pleure.
6 Digital Tools for Differentiated Instruction As educators, we are always looking for ways to address the numerous academic needs of our students within the classroom. There are students who need more help, students who need to be challenged more, and those students somewhere in the middle. Technology can help both assess what students need as well as challenge them to grow. So keep reading to discover six digital tools you can add to your repertoire to help differentiate instruction within your classroom, in addition to Schoology of course.
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Tying It All Together: 23 Transition Words for Seamless French Choppy French is a recipe for disaster. Okay, so maybe it’s not that bad… But nobody wants their French to sound choppy, right? Luckily, the French language has quite the catalog of transition words to help hold it all together. And let me tell you, the French love their transition words!