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français - russe Test 1 - Goethe-Tests - niveau de base - Tests TEST 1: français - russe Drag the word to the blank! 1. Où puis-je trouver un taxi ? newyorker Why is it easy for some people to learn to read, and difficult for others? It’s a tough question with a long history. We know that it’s not just about raw intelligence, nor is it wholly about repetition and dogged persistence. Effective Classroom Management to Encourage Listening (and Regulate Blabbermouths) by Robert Montenegro Everyone remembers the one kid in each classroom who loved to hear himself/herself talk (for the purpose of this example we'll call this person something random and totally not steeped in reality or based on a real person: Adrian Spencer). Simple questions like, "What does the green light represent in The Great Gatsby?" elicit Biden-esque adventures in digression and pedantry. Not only does Adrian Spencer make everyone around him miserable, but he's also not doing himself much of a service because of his inability to sit for five seconds and open his ears. As a teacher, it's important to nip folks like Adrian Spencer in the bud.

ESL Games and Game Board The ESL game boards found on this page are in the form of Microsoft Word documents. It may take a few second to open. Just click, print, and photocopy. A great motivating TEFL activity. Five Great Teachers On What Makes A Great Teacher : NPR Ed When we began our 50 Great Teachers series, we set out to find great teachers and tell their stories. But we'll also be exploring over the coming year questions about what it means for a teacher to be great, and how he or she gets that way. To get us started, we gathered an expert round table of educators who've also done a lot of thinking about teaching. Combined, these teachers are drawing on over 150 years of classroom experience:

Portfolio Européen des Langues (PEL) Follow this link if you wish to know more about the concept and history of the ELP, download components, or create an ELP of your own, but also to consult the full list of accredited or registered ELP models. In this part of the website you will find: documents on the ELP's origin, guiding principles and history reports on the ELP project at European level reports on international seminars held under the aegis of the Council of Europe lists of ELPs accredited (2000-2010) and registered (2011-2014) by the Council of Europe a guide to compiling an ELP model templates and other resources that can be used when compiling an ELP some key publications on designing and using an ELP In view of the large number and wide range of validated and registered models now available, the Council of Europe stopped registering ELPs at the end of 2014.

« Avoir » en russe : remarques typologiques BIBLIOGRAPHIE ANDERSON J. M., 1971, The grammar of case. Towards a localistic theory, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 244 p. ARUT JUNOVA N. D., ŠIRJAEVE. Ghostbusters and at-issue-ness: The hidden rules of conversation Still from Ghostbusters The video below shows a scene from the Halloween classic movie Ghostbusters, which helps set up the rivalry between childish parapsychologist Dr. Venkman and uptight bureaucrat Walter Peck. But it's also a great example of one of the hidden rules of conversation—and how utterly obnoxious it is when someone breaks them. Dr.

Free Online Voice Generator Free online voice generator. This voice synthesizer tool allows you to enter any text into the box and listen to a computer generated voice speaking the output. Different browsers and operating systems have different voices (typically including male and female voices and foreign accents), so look at the options in the dropdown box to see what voices are available. Class participation in the college classroom: How to get the most out of a course. Illustration by Alex Eben Meyer For college students, October is when the excitement wears off and gives way to Nietzschean ressentiment. Don’t worry, this is human, all too human—your professor is probably not a sadist and you are not necessarily a slacker. Pointed resentment at a specific cause (deserved or not) is just part of the natural stress rhythm of a semester. And one of these causes is the minefield of required (or at least expected) class participation. This is because in the seminar-style classroom, student engagement makes or breaks a course—and that’s precisely why it can go so awry.