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La Saint Patrick en Irlande

À l'occasion de la fête de la Saint Patrick, ce projet pédagogique permet d'aborder le monde anglophone dans sa diversité et sa pluralité. Au travers de l'organisation d'une journée de la Saint Patrick, les élèves sont sensibilisés à la culture et aux traditions irlandaises. Rédacteur : Blandine Campserveux, Collège André Maurois, La Saussaye Thèmes abordés L'Irlande : géographie, symboles et traditions, fête de la Saint Patrick, musique, nourriture. Principaux supports documentaires utilisés lors de la séance Le site collaboratif de documents sonores en ligne www.elllo.orgQuizzFlashcards St Patrick's Day 1/6Enregistrement provenant du site : Marion about Ireland. apportées par les élèves.Molly Malone by The Dubliners /Compilation: Original Irish Folk 2000 Galaxy Music.Photos prises lors de la journée culturelle au collège à insérer dans les articles Tâche finale Organisation d'une fête célébrant la Saint Patrick au collège. Related:  Reading

School Supplies - Kenn Nesbitt's Print This PoemRate this poem From the book Revenge of the Lunch Ladies Backpack. Fruit snack. Notebooks. Lunchbox. Wristwatch. That’s my list of all I need to buy. --Kenn Nesbitt Copyright © 2007. Reading Level: Grade 2 From the Book Revenge of the Lunch Ladies Use This Poem Would you like to use this poem in your classroom? ARTICLE | St Patrick's Day Charms - Inventions and History of St Patrick's Day By Mary Bellis For every holiday, there are inventions, trademarks, and copyrights created to serve those celebrating the holiday. St Patrick's Day is no exception, for example the term leprechaun has been used in hundreds of different trademarks. On St Patrick's Day parades are held in many cities where there is a large population of Irish folk. Every green hat, streamer, flag, and other party favors used by merry-makers during the parade was created by an inventive mind. Take a look at few shamrock shaped design patents. History of St Patrick's Day St Patrick's Day has its origins in ancient times. Legend has it that one night while he was praying, a voice told him to escape and find a ship that was waiting for him two hundred miles away. continue reading below our video He led several of the ship's crew through a dangerous forest, praying all the time. Once home, Patrick felt that he was called by God to perform an important mission.

14 Must-Read Anti-Bullying Books for Kids Bullying and cyberbullying is a difficult topic for everyone–students, parents, and teachers, and it’s an increasing issue in classrooms statewide. In fact, 1 out of 4 teens are bullied and 1 out of 5 kids admit to being a bully. What’s even more startling is that 282,000 students are physically attacked in secondary schools…each month. With these statistics, it’s more important than ever to teach students about the negative effects of bullying, early-on. With the help of our awesome teacher community, we compiled these anti-bullying books (organized from youngest to oldest) that address teasing, friendship, self-esteem and more. 1. By Kevin Henkes Grades: Preschool-3 A popular picture book, Chrysanthemum is a story about teasing, self-esteem and acceptance. 2. By Alexis O’neill, Illustrated by Laura Huliska-Beith Grades: Preschool-3 Mean Jean is the recess queen, and it isn’t until a new girl becomes her friend that recess dynamics change for the better. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. By R.J.

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10 Foolproof Vegan Recipes for Kitchen Klutzes Perusing social media and saving delicious-looking food photos is a nice way to pass the time for many of us, despite the recipes’ level of difficulty. Have you ever read a recipe, thought it looked pretty good, but knew you would probably never realistically embark on that cooking project? Not all meals need several cooking utensils, power tools, fire, and lots of time. 1. If you’re a klutz in the kitchen, you can appreciate the art of making a meal without turning on the stove or baking a single thing. 2. For this dish, you cook and stir everything in one pan, so the process takes minimal energy and mental effort. 3. Aside from dangerously unwrapping a frozen meal and popping it in the microwave, you can’t get much easier than pasta. 4. This fun, sushi-inspired power snack is very easy to make and involves unwrapping a banana, smothering it in peanut butter, then rolling it in hemp seeds. 5. 6. With this simple lentil dal, you gradually add items to a pot over the stove. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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Dina Goldstein's Fallen Princesses shows Disney's Snow White and Cinderella unhappily ever after Snow White's failed marriage, an alcoholic Cinderella and an obese Red Riding Hood: Cynical photo series shows Disney princesses living unhappily ever after By Margot Peppers Published: 15:13 EDT, 6 August 2013 | Updated: 03:27 EDT, 7 August 2013 Fairy tales would have you believe that every princess has a happy ending, but one photographer's striking series challenges that notion. Fallen Princesses, a project by Vancouver, Canada-based photographer Dina Goldstein, shows Snow White, Jasmine, Pocahontas and other iconic characters succumbing to tragic fates including cancer, alcoholism and unhappy marriages. 'My Fallen Princesses series was born out of deep personal pain, when I raged against the "happily ever after" motif we are spoon fed since childhood,' explains the Tel Aviv, Israel-born photographer. Scroll down for video 'The two events collided and made me wonder what a princess would look like if she had to battle a disease, struggle financially or deal with aging,' she said. Loaded: 0%