Miss Summer's Corner | The English classroom network Find Free Images Quickly With Compfight Creative Commons licensed photos are a sort of internet miracle: By providing an easily-understood syntax for attribution and permissions, they make it possible to add visual interest to blog posts, web sites, syllabuses, presentations–anything you like, really. They also facilitate remixes and other forms of creative adaptation (or deformation), which can be useful in a wide variety of teaching and research contexts. We’ve written about Flickr & Creative Commons before: I explained how to do creative-commons limited searches, and Julie suggested integrating creative commons-licensed material in your classroom. I also reviewed Wylio, a website that searches Flickr. Today, I want to introduce Compfight, a service that lets you quickly search Flickr for Creative Commons-licensed photos that you can use in your blogs, syllabuses, presentations, and more. Compfight offers a very simple search interface: Click for full size. Return to Top
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Where is Bryan? Interactive Calendar A la demande de Nathan, voici le formidable calendrier utilisé en classe chaque jour… pour celles et ceux souhaitant aller plus loin et voir plus de vidéos! Ce magnifique travail a été réalisé par Mme Haquet. (acad de Rouen) Writing a biography (5A) Jane Silver Jane sliver was born in Los Angeles on 28th of May 1920. author: Gabrielle His name was Jimmy Siska, he was born on 17th July 1940 in California. He was a very famous actor and he lived in Hollywood, in Los Angeles with a woman and his 3 children but he loved his family and muscle cars. He had blond hair, a round face, a moustache and he had blue eyes and he was tall. He died on the 22nd March 2014. author: Jordan. Her name was Helen and she was born on October the 25th 1875 in New York. author: Anaïs Writing a biography (5F) Jazib, 5F: Jack was born on the 1st December 1996.He had 2 sisters and 1 brother and he had 2 cats and 1 dog.He was a singer and he lived in Paris but he was born in London. Héléna, 5F: Marine M, 5F:
GCompris Bonjour, Nous sommes heureux de vous annoncer la sortie de GCompris 0.90. Cette nouvelle version contient 8 nouvelles activités: L'activité Calendrier pour apprendre à l'utiliser (par Amit Sagtani) Une autre activité basée sur Calendrier pour apprendre à effectuer des opérations sur une date (par Amit Sagtani)) Une activité pour apprendre le nom des différents membres d'une famille (commencée par Rajdeep Kaur lors d'un GSoC précédent, et complétée par Rudra Nil Basu lors du dernier GSoC) Une autre activité similaire avec des questions sur les membres d'une famille Une extension de l'activité Memory avec les lettres minuscules et majuscules (par Aman Gupta) La même activité en mode deux joueurs (by Aman Gupta) Le portage de l'activité Sous-marin de l'ancienne version Gtk+, pour apprendre les bases du fonctionnement d'un sous-marin (par Rudra Nil Basu) L'activité Electronique numérique pour créer un schéma électronique à l'aide des différents composants. Merci à tous, Timothée et Johnny
Myplaceforenglish The Teacher's Blog coll-abbe-pierre-english le 26 mars 2013 Which one do you like best ? Poem 1 Poem 2 Poem 3 Poem 5 Poem 4 Poem 7 Poem 6 Poem 9 Twitter as a tool for learningScoop Social media often gets a bad rap for being a driving force behind people falling out of touch, neglecting in-person relationships, and reducing productivity for people around the world. Naysayers blame it for shorter attention spans and proliferation of bad grammar, and the most vehement of those naysayers believe that social media has led to privacy being a thing of the past. To be fair, there have been many times where I’ve been trolling my Twitter feed only to be thoroughly horrified by TMI moments and tHingz Speld lIKE THIZ. But if you look past the rough surface Twitter can sometimes present, you find an amazing tool for learning. Last time I looked, there were 141.8 million twitter accounts in the USA alone, and there are 175 million tweets being published every day. Twitter is a global community, which means global perspective and opinions about the topics you care about, and outside perspective is good. To leverage Twitter as a tool for learning, I’d recommend these actions: 1.