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GCSE Bitesize - Art & Design

GCSE Bitesize - Art & Design
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Compréhension de l’oral en anglais Il est difficile d'établir une forme de chronologie dans la mise en œuvre des processus mentaux, compte tenu de leur interaction. Cependant, au vu des recherches menées dans l'apprentissage des langues vivantes, on peut proposer une procédure que l'élève reproduira. Phase 1 : mise en situation Repérer les éléments situationnels (les bruitages, par exemple) Il s'agit de mobiliser les connaissances préalables de l'élève pour lui faire émettre des hypothèses de forme ou de contenu. Phase 2 : observation de la langue Repérer les éléments suprasegmentaux (le nombre de voix, l'accent des locuteurs, le type de discours, les schémas intonatifs, les accents de phrase) L'élève doit apprendre à gérer la compréhension de l'oral à partir de ce qu'il connaît et reconnaît. Repérer les éléments lexicaux Repérer les éléments syntaxiques (les structures, le temps des verbes, les aspects, les pronoms personnels, les pronoms interrogatifs, etc.) Phase 3 : mise en relation des éléments reconnus auprès de l'élève.

Food & Fitness Skip Navigation TeensHealth from Nemours for Parents for Kids for Teens Making a change - Use this tool to play your goals. Hot Topics Ever wonder if some diets are really safe? Click on any category below to view the articles: Total Well-Being Healthy Weight Nutrition Basics Exercise Sports Fit for Summer Problems With Food & Exercise Food & Fitness Q&As Sign up for our free weekly eNewsletters here View: Mobile | Desktop Visit the Nemours Web site. Note: All information on TeensHealth® is for educational purposes only. Nelson Mandela Sculpture: Howick, South Africa Just outside Howick, some 56 miles south of Durban, South Africa, on the R102 highway, Nelson Mandela was put in handcuffs and led away to be incarcerated for the next 27 years on Robben Island. It was August 1962, and after his arrest by apartheid security forces, Mandela was charged with treason and sentenced to life imprisonment. After a campaign to free him went worldwide, he became a symbol of the fight for equality in South Africa. After his release he led his country as President, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993, and became an international statesman welcomed around the world. He is now 94, an elderly man in his late retirement. It was back at that spot where his arrest took place, between farmland that once was roamed by the Zulus, that Mandela was honoured by the unveiling of this striking sculpture on 5 August, 2012, exactly 50 years later. "The front of the sculpture is a portrait of Mandela, it has vertical bars which represent his imprisonment," said Cianfanelli.

How to measure and find your face shape, and even more importantly how to choose the right hair style to fit your face. Your facial shape is the starting point to choosing a new hair style. Your hair type is the next consideration. Is your hair naturally straight, wavy, curly or kinky? Is your hair texture fine, medium or thick? Lastly, take hair volume into consideration. It’s hard to be objective about your own face shape, but here’s a sure-fire way to be sure your not letting bias influence your own analysis. There are lots of suggestions on how to figure out what shape you are. Measure it with a tape measure or ruler. Measure your face across the top of your cheekbones. How To Determine What Face Shape You Are You are a Oval if: Length will be equal to one and a half times the width.You are a Round if: Your face is as wide as it is long. The Oval Face Shape The oval-shaped face is only slightly narrower at the jaw line than at the temples, with a gently rounded hairline.

free time | Tiny Texts April 6, 2014 According to Kathleen Vohs, a marketing professor at the University of Minnesota, working in a messy space can boost creativity. In an experiment, she put 48 people into messy or tidy rooms, and asked them think of new uses for Ping-Pong balls. The people in both rooms came up with about the same number of ideas, but, the messy room subjects came up with more highly creative ideas; five times more to be precise. Listen below Read by Amy Larson (U.S accent) Study the words Listen on audioboo (and subscribe to i-tunes podcast) here Like this: Like Loading... March 29, 2014 Montreal company is showing how cities can feed themselves with rooftop gardens. Read by Cristina Faita, EASI English (Canadian accent). Listen on audioboo (and subscribe to i-tunes podcast) here March 18, 2014 By Gilad Rom from Israel (Chinstrap Penguin) [CC-BY-2.0 ], via Wikimedia CommonsRecently a story began spreading via social media that knitters were needed to make sweaters for penguins hurt in an oil spill.

Color Matters From Rebel to Statesman: Teaching About the Life of Nelson Mandela What makes a leader great, and when exactly does the transformation take place? In this lesson students and teachers can follow the evolution of Nelson Mandela in archival articles from The New York Times, from his early years as a jailed dissident in apartheid South Africa to his death last week at the age of 95. You may wish to begin by reading Mr. 1950s and ‘60s: Rebel in the Shadows Jurgen Schadeberg/Associated PressNelson Mandela, shown in 1952, at the law office he opened with his colleague, Oliver Tambo. “I do not, however, deny that I planned sabotage,” Mr. In 1964, Mr. Read the 1964 coverage of that trial, “Crisis in South Africa” (PDF), by the Times reporter Robert Conley, and a 1966 article by Joseph Lelyveld on daily life under apartheid, “Where 78% of the People are the ‘Others’” (PDF). 1970s and ‘80s: Prisoner Original poster by Birgit Walker. By the late 1970s, Nelson Mandela had already passed his 60th birthday in prison (PDF). “Free Nelson Mandela” by The Specials Standards

Listen A Minute: Easier English Listening and Activities Fashion Magazine - Tips, Style Advice, Fashion Shows  by Fashion Expert, Sharon Haver - The Press - Newspapers - Magazines William Randolph Hearst: Mythical media bogeyman "William Randolph Hearst lives on 60 years after his death as the mythical bogeyman of American journalism, the personification of the field's most egregious impulses... As Hearst envisioned it, the "journalism of action" was to be a sustained force, defined by activism on many fronts and fuelled by frequent doses of self-promotion and self-congratulation." (BBC) William Randolph Hearst (April 29, 1863 – August 14, 1951) "was an American newspaper magnate and leading newspaper publisher... Acquiring more newspapers, Hearst created a chain that numbered nearly 30 papers in major American cities at its peak. He later expanded to magazines, creating the largest newspaper and magazine business in the world." Hearst Castle with the Neptune Pool

A Culinary World Tour I like lots of other kinds of food besides Creole! This is by no means intended to be an exhaustive tour or a list of "definitive" dishes. I'm very fond of many different cuisines from around the world, and I've gathered up some great recipes here and there, ones that I've learned in school, and ones that I enjoy making often. (One thing -- if you find that your own national cuisine isn't represented here, it's not a personal slight, okay?) So here they are ... be adventurous, and enjoy! Updated Mar 1, 2004 African cuisine Bobotie -- A savory curried bread custard with lamb, from South Africa via Malaysia Georges Collinet's Folon -- Chicken & shrimp in fiery peanut gravy, from Cameroon Good Ol' American Home Cookin' Cupachowda: New England Clam Chowder Roast Chicken Dinner: How to perfectly roast a chicken. Australian cuisine