le corps humain Le corps humain L'extérieur du corps humain - Les parties du corps humain : Le corps humain, c'est très simple : De haut en bas : la tête, le tronc, les membres supérieurs : les bras, les membres inférieurs : les jambes Voyons un peu plus dans le détail : De face : la tête, le cou, l'épaule, le bras, le nombril, le ventre, la main, la cuisse, la jambe, le pied, l'orteil, la poitrine, l'avant-bras, le poignet, le doigt, le genou, la cheville. De dos : la nuque, le dos, le coude, la hanche, la fesse, le mollet, le talon. - Détails de la tête : La tête : les cheveux, le front, l'œil, l'oreille, la narine, les lèvres, le menton, le crâne, le sourcil, le nez, la joue, la bouche, le cou. - Détails de la main : La main : la paume, le poignet, le pouce, l'index, la majeur, l'annulaire, l'auriculaire, l'ongle. - Détails du pied : Le pied : le cou-de-pied, les orteils, l'ongle, la plante du pied, le talon, la cheville. L'intérieur du corps humain... - De la peau aux os - La peau Rôles physiologiques de la peau
MediaWiki Note: the name "MediaWiki" is often confused with several other, similar, names; please see the glossary for an explanation of these. MediaWiki is wiki software, released under the GPL, that is used by Wikimedia projects and others. It is an implementation of a wiki, a content pool that anyone can freely edit. It is developed using MediaZilla (our version of BugZilla). MediaWiki 1.22.5 is the latest stable version, and is recommended for third-party users. Those running their own servers should upgrade for security reasons. MediaWiki 1.22.5 is available for download from MediaWiki.org, a site that is also responsible for the documentation of the software. About Technical developers section Miscellaneous Technical Versions At the moment there is a current version maintained for at least one year after its release date, and the last legacy version still getting security fixes. Database dump An example invocation to a full backup might look like: See also
History Buff: Primary source newspapers, historic panoramas, audio What it is: I’ll admit it, when it comes to websites, I’m a judge-a-book-by-it’s-cover kind of gal. If the website isn’t user-friendly and visually appealing it is an almost guaranteed skip for me. History Buff is one of those forgettable websites. It isn’t overly visually appealing, it isn’t even really obvious how to get started. How to integrate History Buff into the classroom: History Buff is a website that can help history come to life through story, virtual tours, audio and primary source news papers. Once I got into History Buff, I really appreciated the connection to primary sources and the way that the “actual” newspapers bring history to life. Okay, now for demystifying the navigation of this site. Tips: History Buff has a newsletter you can subscribe to if you are, you know, a history buff. Please leave a comment and share how you are using History Buff in your classroom!
Σχεδιάζοντας ζώα στη στιγμή! | ΜΙΚΡΟΙ - ΜΕΓΑΛΟΙ Οι παρακάτω ιδέες για σχέδιο είναι σίγουρο ότι θα ενθουσιάσουν τόσο τα παιδιά όσο και τους γονείς. Το σχέδιο θα είναι από σήμερα υπόθεση Μικρών και Μεγάλων! Πάρτε μολύβι, έτοιμοι, σχεδιάστε! [via Dora, Busy as a Bee in Paris] Le système solaire à portée de votre souris Wikis for Everyone - Wikispaces The National Archives Experience: Digital Vaults Posted by admin | Posted in Fun & Games, History, Interactive book, Interactive Whiteboard, Middle/High School, Primary Elementary, Secondary Elementary, Teacher Resources, Virtual Field Trips, Web2.0, Websites | Posted on 17-02-2009 Tags: create, digital vaults, History, images, interactive, movie, national archive experience, pathway challenge, photos, poster, primary sources, tenkely, virtual field trip What it is: Digital Vaults reminds me of Museum Box that I wrote about a few weeks ago. The National Archives has put together an amazing site where students can create digital content with primary resources. Students can search photographs, documents, and other records and collect them. Students can use collected items to create their own digital poster or to make a movie. How to integrate Digital Vaults into the classroom: This is a truly incredible way for students to interact with history. Tips: I learned about this awesome website from Free Technology for Teachers, a great blog!
Μ.Κ...δημοτικού !: Γλώσσα Β΄ Δημοτικού-ΕΝΟΤΗΤΑ 21.Χρήσιμες οδηγίες ozgekaraoglu - home 28 Tech Tools to Bring out the Story in History Below is an article I wrote for theapple.com. For the full article complete with links, please visit the original article. Kelly Tenkely | TheApple When I was in school, I dreaded history. I found it completely uninteresting, dry, irrelevant, and quite frankly…boring. This was unusual for me. I can count on one hand the things I remember learning in history. How can we engage our students with history? Access to history has expanded, students today have learning opportunities that have never been possible before. Primary resources are the actual documents, artifacts, and writings from history. Primary Resources: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Videos have the unique ability to make students feel as if they are witnesses to history. Historical Videos: 6. 7. 8. There are many websites that let students interact with history. Interacting with History: 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. Static timelines are a thing of the past, today’s timelines are interactive, informative, and fun to explore. 18. 19. 20. 21.