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Ces chansons qui font l'histoire - Les chroniques de Bertrand Dicale diffusées sur France Info à disposition des enseignants

Ces chansons qui font l'histoire - Les chroniques de Bertrand Dicale diffusées sur France Info à disposition des enseignants

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World Digital Library Home No other symphonic composition has met with such a broad and complex reception as Ludwig van Beethoven's Symphony Number 9 in D minor, opus 125, popularly known as the Choral Symphony. The work marked an important development in 19th century music. In the finale, Beethoven set to music the German poet Friedrich von Schiller’s An die Freude (Ode to joy), the first time the human voice was included in a symphonic work. The symphony was first performed in Vienna on May 7, 1824. Its influence ever since has extended far beyond the field of music. The work has inspired poets, writers, and visual artists, and it has provoked aesthetic and philosophical argument and discussion.

exemples_progressions I am going to participate in a speed meeting to know my English classmates better. I will focus on personality, relationship, wishes and regrets. I am an inventor and I am going to take part in the “Best Invention of the Year” TV contest ! The best invention will be awarded a prize ! I am a reporter for MTV.

31 Online Resources for Better Writing Here are 31 online resources to help you improve your writing and become a better writer. No matter what kind of writing you are doing, whether you are a journalist or an entertainment blogger, a student who has to write an essay or someone who wants to become a screenwriter, there are sites on the Internet that can help you out with your writing. Here we have compiled a list of great sites that will help you with your writing, whether it is your career or you are just doing it for fun. These 31 useful sites have been divided into five different categories of tools and resources that you may need as a writer.

100 Amazing How-To Sites to Teach Yourself Anything Learning new skills and expanding your knowledge doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg. There are loads of free resources on the Web that can help you find instructional videos, tutorials and classes to learn a wide variety of skills from fixing basic car problems to speaking another language. With 100 sites to choose from, you’re bound to find something here that will help you learn just about anything you could want. General Tutorials These sites offer a wide range of tutorials and videos. Around the House Historic Maps Welcome to ETC's collection of historic maps. Here you will find over 5,000 maps representing many different time periods. A friendly license allows teachers and students to use up to 25 maps in non-commercial school projects without further permission. All maps are available as GIF or JPEG files for screen display as well as in PDF for printing. Use the GIF or JPEG maps for classroom presentations and student websites. Use the PDF maps for displays, bulletin boards, and printed school reports.

How to Explain Despite Vs. Although So many ways to say the same thing…so confusing for students! English, like all other languages, has many different ways to express one thing. For example, we can say “too,” “as well,” and “also,” and the meaning is virtually indistinguishable.

Sign in to Office 365 Type the email address of the account you want to sign in with. We're having trouble locating your account. Which type of account do you want to use? Sign in to {0} Learn 48 Languages Online for Free How to learn languages for free? This collection features lessons in 48 languages, including Spanish, French, English, Mandarin, Italian, Russian and more. Download audio lessons to your computer or mp3 player and you’re good to go.

Practicing parts of speech using Mad Libs! I remembered my English teacher from 7th grade who used Mad Libs- and it was fun! I thought using Mad Libs can also be a fun learning activity in ESL/EFL classrooms.First, in case you are unfamiliar with Mad Libs- it is basically a very short story (length of one paragraph or even less) with a lot of blanks. Each blank is labeled with a part of speech such as “plural noun” or “-ing ending verb.” So, the point is to come up with random word for each blank with appropriate part of speech- but person filling in the blank do not know how the story will go! When you finish filling in the blank, here comes the fun part- read the story with all of the blanks filled in. The end product is usually funny (since the story will usually sound ridiculous).

The LOC Launches the National Screening Room Online The Library of Congress has a new online collection called the National Screening Room. The National Screening Room currently contains 287 videos. The videos are digital copies of films made in the 19th and 20th centuries. You can browse the collection by date, location of the filming, and subject. You can also search for videos that are parts of other LOC collections. Mad Lib Theater – keep it simple activities One of my main sources of research to keep abreast of new Internet tools and resources for the ESL classroom is Larry Ferlazzo’s great blog, which I highly recommend checking out. About a month ago, Larry suggested using Mad Libs in this blog entry to lead to a performance as opposed to just using it for the students to have fun around filling in blanks with word categories, which, in his view, and I totally subscribe, wasn’t that interesting from a language practice standpoint. He got this idea from a hilarious Mad Lib (Theater) version in Jimmy Fallon’s The Tonight Show with Benedict Cumberbatch.

Teaching With Historical Newspapers - An LOC Webinar Recording There are two sites that often refer people to when I'm asked about locating copies of old newspapers. The first is the Google Newspaper Archive. The second is the Chronicling America collection from the Library of Congress. The Chronicling America collection contains more than 2,600 digitized copies of newspapers printed in the United States between 1789 and 1963. You can search through the collection according to date, state in which the newspaper was published, and keyword.

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