MindMeister. Outil de création de cartes mentales – Les Outils Tice MindMeister est un outil en ligne qui permet de créer facilement des cartes mentales pour vos cours ou présentations. C’est sans doute un des outils les plus aboutis en la matière. Il propose toutes les options nécessaires pour vous faciliter la prise en main et l’usage du mind mapping dans la classe. La cartographie mentale fait partie des outils de travail dans beaucoup de grandes entreprises pour le brainstorming, le travail collaboratif, la gestion de projets et de tâches… Les cartes mentales sont aussi désormais de plus en plus utilisées dans le domaine de l’éducation pour structurer l’information, prendre des notes, les mémoriser. ESLbasics Tongue Twisters Play all These are the tongue twister videos that have been uploaded to our YouTube channel. You can find more on our website... eslbasics.com 0:13 0:24 0:13 0:15 0:09 0:08 0:10 0:09 0:24 0:04 0:08 0:07 View 10 more This item has been hidden This item has been hidden This item has been hidden This item has been hidden Idioms Play all This is a playlist of all of the Idiomatic expressions from ESL Basics. This item has been hidden This item has been hidden
Videos by WatchMojo.com in: Politics and History, 21st centurySeptember 17, 2015Top 5 Beer Factshosted by Chris MassonBeer is one of the world's oldest and most popular beverages, so of course it stands to reason that it is also one of its most fascinating. Crack open a cold one and join us for this instalment, in which we're looking at the most interesting facts about b PLAY VIDEO L'utilisation du numérique et des Tice à l'École Vers une généralisation du numérique à l'École Espaces numériques de travail : vers un déploiement généralisé Un espace numérique de travail (ENT) est un ensemble de services numériques proposés à l'établissement scolaire et à sa communauté éducative sous forme de portail web unique et sécurisé. L'ENT offre des services :
Movie Review Template for Kids It’s time for a reality check… whether we accept it or not we’re all critics. Whether it be about the clothes we wear, the food we eat or the movies we watch we all have an opinion. This is why I’ve decided to try something new this summer and do movie reviews with the kids I nanny. Throughout the summer the four of us will be taking turns choosing a movie, watching it then the kids will fill out movie reviews with their thoughts. We’ve done this once already and so far it’s a hit!
How can film help you teach or learn English? What can film and video add to the learning experience? Kieran Donaghy, who won the British Council’s Teaching English blog award for his post I want to learn English because…, explains why film is such a good resource, and recommends some useful websites. Language teachers have been using films in their classes for decades, and there are a number of reasons why film is an excellent teaching and learning tool. Learning from films is motivating and enjoyable Motivation is one of the most important factors in determining successful second-language acquisition. Films and TV shows are an integral part of students’ lives so it makes perfect sense to bring them into the language classroom.
Australian Television: Blue Water High: episode guide: series 1 The Contenders Episode 01 Written by Shelley Birse Directed by Ralph Strasser Australia (ABC): Wednesday, May 11, 2005 Germany (KiKa): September 29, 2005 Blue Water High is the ultimate teenage adventure in the ultimate teenage environment. Bob Dylan Classic, “Forever Young,” Animated for Children Bob Dylan recorded “Forever Young” on his 1974 album Planet Waves. It’s a classic “paternal love song,” a song inspired by his then four year-old son Jakob, who later became the frontman of The Wallflowers. Countless musicians have since covered this Dylan standard — from Joan Baez and Johnny Cash to Rod Stewart, The Pretenders, Eddie Vedder and even Norah Jones, who sang a poignant version at Steve Jobs’ memorial service last year.
How to Use the New Version of Padlet Last week Padlet introduced a revamped version of their online corkboard tool. The core functions of Padlet are still the same, but the user interface has changed a little bit. The primary changes are in the way that you customize your Padlet boards. In the video that is embedded below I provide an overview of the new version of Padlet.Padlet as a simple blogging platform: Padlet walls can be arranged in free-form, grid, or stream layouts.
Polar Express Lesson Plans, Themes, Printouts, Crafts Polar Express Lesson Plans, Polar Express Themes, Polar Express Printouts, Polar Express Crafts The Polar Express Lesson Plans and Thematic Units Take the Polar Express to Learning Five lessons for teaching the story. Create Interactive Writing Assignments to Share Through Google Classroom Wizer is a neat tool for creating a variety of interactive assignments including writing assignments, multiple choice quizzes, and labeling assignments. You can distribute your Wizer activities to your students through Google Classroom or through the use of a link and pin system. In the video embedded below I provide a demonstration of how to create an assignment in Wizer, how to distribute it, and how to view your students’ responses to an assignment. Here are this week’s most popular posts from FreeTech4Teachers.com: 1. 13 Google Forms Tutorial Videos 2. Six Timeline Creation Tools for Students Compared In an Updated Chart 3. History in Motion – Create Multimedia History Stories 4. 35 Permission Slip Templates 5.