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Positions / Enfants Upload Neal Guilbert Loading... Working... Visuals for Foreign Language Instruction The illustrations were created as part of the Visuals for Developing Communication Skills in Foreign Language Classes project, initated by Paul Toth, former Director of the Less-Commonly-Taught Languages Center. It was funded by the Provost through the Advisory Council on Instructional Excellence (ACIE) as part of the Innovation in Education Awards program, and brought to completion by Paul's successors, Dawn McCormick and David Quinto-Pozos. All of the illustrations were drawn by Alec Sarkas from the Center for Instructional Development & Distance Education (CIDDE). The project was managed by Nick Laudato and Bill Johnston from CIDDE.

France Facts for Kids: Facts about France and the French Interesting Facts for Kids Here are some interesting France Facts which were chosen and researched by kids especially for kids. • Population: more than 65.7 million people live in the country (2012) • Capital: Paris, with 2,2 million inhabitants An/Année, Jour/Journée, Matin/Matinée, Soir/Soirée The French word pairs an/année, jour/journée, matin/matinée, and soir/soirée can be confusing to students because each pair has a single English translation. The important thing to understand is that the difference between the words in each pair has to do with two different ways of considering time. The short words an, jour, matin, and soir (note that they are all masculine) indicate a simple amount of time or division of time. For the purposes of this lesson, I'll call these "division words."

Foreign Language Vocabulary Review Game for the Whole Class This is a fun activity to practice vocabulary that involves the entire class. It is a great way to practice new vocabulary and the spelling of new words and it is an effective go-to activity to review previously learned vocabulary. I call this game/activity “Who has what I have?” Fournitures scolaires / Enfants Upload Neal Guilbert Loading... Working... Why Gamification? Games and Culture With the advent of video games, games have returned in full force as a cultural product, with more people in North America consuming video games than movies and music. In point of fact, 58% of Americans play video games, 45% of gamers are women, and 58% of parents play video games with their kids as a way to socialize with them (2).

Tools for - Board Game Maker, printable board games, 100% customizable Tools for Educators offers to use as resources for lessons, lesson plans and printable materials for English classes Oxford Language Dictionaries Online False friends (faux amis) English belongs to the Germanic family of Indo-European languages, as can readily be seen from everyday words such as make, can, go, man, wife, son, daughter, sister, brother, house, garden, door—to name but a handful. French, on the other hand belongs to the Romance family which has its roots in the vulgar Latin of the Roman conquest of Europe and the Middle East. Nonetheless, the influence of French on the English language has been considerable and goes back to the year 1066, when William, Duke of Normandy, invaded England, starting off what is now called the Norman Conquest.

A Teaching Blog: Glogs in Education By far, glogs are one of my favorite things I have learned through the challenges for my class and I will DEFINITELY be using them in my future class! If you don't know what a glog is, it is a site where someone can design interactive, collage styled posters. You can add things to the poster such as images, text, audio/video, and links to other sites. The process of creating is glog is really simple. I created my first one and it is very self explanatory. There are a bunch of backgrounds and fun things to add to make the page look really cool. Animaux / Enfants Upload Neal Guilbert Loading...

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