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MARCH 2008

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Pupils 'to take allegiance oath'

"School-leavers are to be encouraged to swear an oath of allegiance to the
Queen under new government proposals being unveiled on British citizenship."

(BBC)

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Listening skills: jazz chants

"Jazz chants to use with your students in class from starter to intermediate level.
You can download below an MP3 file and a recording script for each chant."

ex : I twisted my ankle :
Audio + Script
Use of past simple and preterit continuous.

(onestopenglish.com)

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Where do you keep the...?
"A lesson by Karen Richardson to practise kitchen vocabulary
and giving instructions and directions."

(onestopenglish.com)

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Onestop Phonics
"The Onestopenglish Phonics series for young learners, by Rachel Finnie,
will provide teachers with comprehensive support for their phonics teaching, including tips for structuring phonics lessons, as well as teacher's notes, worksheets, audio and flashcards to use in class. ...
Receive the Onestop Phonics audio as a podcast.
"
(onestopenglish.com)

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Do you eat junk food ?
If so, what kind do you eat ?

+ transcript
(elllo.org)

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Carte des 33 arrondissements historiques de Londres.
(visitlondon.com)

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Places in town
- interactive exercise
(Françoise PEYRISSAT - Ac. Clermont-Ferrand)

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1956 Martin Luther King "Montgomery Story" Comic Book

14 pages
(ep.tc)

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Worksheet: Junk food to be banned in schools
Reading comprehension

(CBBC)

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Norman Rockwell
(Wikipedia)

Norman Rockwell Gallery
(eu.art.com)

THE GOLDEN RULE by Norman Rockwell 1894-1978
with a worksheet
(gardenofpraise.com)

Norman Rockwell Museum
(nrm.org)

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The Problem We Still Live With
- a lesson plan with a reference to Norman Rockwell's 1964 painting
about school integration
(adl.org)

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Sounds : why it is so hard to learn English!
ex : "The bandage was wound around the wound."
(Darren RIGBY - Ac. Montpellier)

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Finance and Banks
- Interactive crossword

(BBC)

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Camera 'looks' through clothing

"A camera that can "see" explosives, drugs and weapons hidden
under clothing from 25 metres has been invented."

(BBC)

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Roald Dahl Fact File - Questions
(Primary Resources)

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Monsters - cliparts
(cinemarcade.com)

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Similes

"Write some sentences comparing a monster with things."
ex : "The monster had teeth like........knives / pearls."
(Primary Resources)

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Women in art
500 years of female portraits in Western art
condensed in a three minute morphing video.

(YouTube)

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A new page :

JUNK FOOD

Flashcards and Photos - Vocabulary - Facts -
Listening
- Conversation questions -
Interactive activities
- Activites to print -
Lesson plans
-
Webquests -
Interactive games
- Games to print - Cartoons -
Animations and Videos
- Cinema - Songs

 


A new page :

FOR TEACHERS

 

Water Cycle
(azwater.gov)

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St Patrick's Day : History and Traditions

- PowerPoint presentation
(reslife.net)

More links
(holidays.pppst.com)

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Folktales, Fairy Tales, Tall Tales, Myths & Legends
Lesson Plans & Activities
(mrdonn.org)

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Teach to fish...
(cartoonstock.com)

Remember the Chinese proverb :
"Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day.
Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime."
(quotationspage.com)

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Beware of Lemon Slices in Your Restaurant Drinks
(articles.mercola.com)

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Computer Terms: Ever Google Someone?
"Click ... to begin and listen to a VOA Podcast."
(Activity created by: Renée Maufroid)

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A new page :

Le PLOMB
LEAD



Facts - Health effects - Pictures

 


Special Report ;
The World's Billionaires
The 1,125 richest people on the planet.

+ MORE LISTS
+ SPECIAL REPORTS
(forbes.com)

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Tox Town - interactive
Environmental health concerns and toxic chemicals
where you live, work and play

+ "The teacher pages provide activities and resources
you can use with your class to stimulate learning
about environmental health issues."

(toxtown.nlm.nih.gov)

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A new page :

L'amiante

ASBESTOS



Facts - Health effects - Pictures -
Cartoons
- Videos

 

I'm suing you for discrimination
(capc.co.uk)

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Death penalty costs Maryland. more than life term
"The death penalty has cost Maryland taxpayers at least $186 million
more in prosecuting and defending capital murder cases over two decades
than would have been spent without the threat of execution,
according to a study to be released today.(06/03/2008)
(baltimoresun.com)

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Comment télécharger des vidéos en ligne sur votre PC ou Mac
+ 24 méthodes pour télécharger une vidéo

(thot.cursus.edu)


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Added Grocery Shopping

I. Pre-Listening Exercises II. Listening Exercises
III. Vocabulary IV. Post-Listening Exercises
"In this conversation, a man picks up a few groceries at the store,
but his wife is really surprised by his purchases, and the man receives
a big shock at the end of this conversation."

(esl-lab.com)

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Budget Hotel Rooms
I. Pre-Listening Exercises II. Listening Exercises
III. Vocabulary IV. Post-Listening Exercises
"In this conversation, a man checks into a hotel,
but he is surprised by the service - or lack of it."

(esl-lab.com)

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MyEnglish-online.com
Study English with Subtitled Songs!
+ Watch the TV News in English

+ A weekly lesson
(myenglish-online.com)

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Présenter un document iconographique - 3 pages
(Yvan BAPTISTE)
+ 80 activités interactives

(franglish.fr)

LIRE, UTILISER LES IMAGES EN CLASSE
(Josiane LAVAL - Ac. Nancy-Metz)

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How to describe documents with pictures

(Alain GAYER - Ac. Bordeaux)

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Aspects Ethiques et Juridiques des TICE

Modules C2i Niveau 2
- Production multimédia en milieu scolaire
- TICE en milieu scolaire : Droit, devoir et responsabilité
- Utiliser internet en milieu scolaire

(IUFM de l'Académie de Lyon)

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Ressources pour l'école primaire

Toutes les pages sont actualisées.

 

 

Séquence - Reality TV (A2 - B1)
"La séquence s'inscrit dans la perspective actionnelle et s'inspire des
scénarii du DCL. Il s'agira pour les élèves de collecter de l'information
dans différents types de documents pour mener à bien une mission.
La tâche finale /la mission à accomplir:
Imaginer un nouveau programme de TV- réalité
et en faire une présentation écrite et orale devant un jury de professionnels."

(Laurence Bernard ( Ac. Martinique)

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Water
Magazine article - Word game - Story -
Cartoon - Trivia - In history - Links
(British Council)

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Ireland

Magazine article - Word game - Poem -
Cartoon - Trivia - Links

(British Council)

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The weather.
"Have a look at the article, story, word game, cartoons, poems,
history articles, trivia and links."

(British Council)

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Jobs and work.
"Have a look at the articles, stories, poem, word games,
cartoons, trivia and links."

(British Council)

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Racial discrimination.
"21 March is International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.
"Take a look at the article, poem, cartoon, trivia, poll,
links, history and word game."

(British Council)

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Commonwealth
.
"10 March is Commonwealth Day...
Have a look at articles, poems, stories, word games, cartoons,
polls, trivia, history and links."

(British Council)

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Women's rights.
"Take a look at the articles, story, word game,
cartoon, trivia and links."

(British Council)

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A problem

Gommer l'intérieur de la bulle
et faire parler le personnage de gauche.

(permisbateau.fr)

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Mad World sung by Gary Jules
"All around me are familiar faces
Worn out places, worn out faces
Bright and early for their daily races
Going nowhere, going nowhere
Their tears are filling up their glasses
No expression, no expression
Hide my head I want to drown my sorrow
No tomorrow, no tomorrow..."
- the VIDEO
(YouTube)

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Un fait peu connu : L'importance de la présence indienne aux Antilles
(cqoj.typepad.com)
ou en français avec les photos
(Article de J. S. Sahaï)

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Real English Videos

- 88 VIDEOS
(YouTube)



RAPPEL : Real English Interactive Video Lessons
(The Marzio School) - inscription GRATUITE
(realenglish.tm.fr)

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Real English Lesson 48
- Introduction to the Present Perfect

"In this clip, we review 3 verb tenses
and introduce the present perfect."

(YouTube)

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Women's History Links
compiled by Sue LeBeau

(suelebeau.com)

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School Answering Machine - a joke
(jokes4teachers.com)

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La cuisine
"4 pages d'exercice pour apprendre et réviser les objets
que l'on peut trouver dans une cuisine."
(Rodolphe Maurel - Soundguide)

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La maison

- activités interactives (dès la 6ème).
"2 QCMs, exercices d'associations, texte à trous pour apprendre
le vocabulaire de la maison, à décrire sa chambre et à localiser les objets."
(Rodolphe Maurel - Soundguide)

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STRANGE FRUIT, support d'une classe d'anglais
- 4 séquences
(Dominique Sicard - Montréal)

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Fisherman hero swims 10 hours to shore
- a lesson plan
(Breaking News English)

Hero swims 12 hours through shark-infested waters to rescue friends
(timesonline.co.uk)

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Green: More Than Just a Color
" Click ... to begin and listen to the a VOA Podcast."
Activity created by: Renée Maufroid

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Tuberculosis
(Wikipedia)



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Rabies

Fast Facts | The Virus | Animals | Warning Signs | Vaccination |
Prevention | Statistics | Activities | Games
(cdc.gov)



Rabies
(Wikipedia)

Bringing pets to the UK
(defra.gov.uk)

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Akinator - interactive game
"He will ask you questions about the character you are thinking of
and, after 20 questions, he will find him or her!"
(akinator.com)

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Immigration points system begins
"The government has launched the first stage of a new points-based
system for migrants from outside the EU."

+ VIDEO :
Skilled migrants on what they can bring to Britain

(BBC)

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No country for Old Men, Bold Men, or Wo Men
(cagle.com)

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'Slap' over St David's Day holiday
(BBC)

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Countdown Quizzes - interactive
"Ninety seconds to answer six general knowledge questions."
(BBC)

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Jane Austen's House
with the script
"We visit a small, historic house in the south of England - once the
home of the great English novelist, Jane Austen. Our guide is Louise West,
the education officer at Chawton cottage. She describes the table where
Jane Austen wrote some of her famous novels. Louise also explains
what handwriting experts think Jane Austen's handwriting reveals
about her personality!"

+ See pictures of Jane Austen's house
+ Watch and listen to episodes of the BBC TV adaptation of
Jane Austen's novel, 'Pride and Prejudice'
+ Read more about Jane Austen's life and novels

(BBC)

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Voyage en Grande-Bretagne
- Projet pédagogique
(Cécile Clavel - Ac. Toulouse)

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Spies - interactive activity
"Spies need gadgets, or special tools, to help them do their work
- for example, a backpack that they can also use as a parachute.
If you want to be a spy, you need to know what gadgets can do!
On the left you'll see some pictures of gadgets that a spy might use.
On the right you'll see some sentences - these tell you what a spy can use the gadgets for. Can you guess what the gadgets can do?
Match the pictures with the descriptions. Can you guess correctly?
Could you be a spy?"

(British Council)

More activities about spies
(British Council)

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Spiraling prices create world hunger crisis
- a lesson plan

(Breaking News English)

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Map of tax haven, secret banking and shell companies
(transnationale.org)

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Is depression good for you?
"Pills aren't the answer to helping many people recover from depression,
says a report out this week. But there's growing evidence that gloominess c
ould be a positive experience."

Creativity - GWB, not GDP - Superman...
(BBC)

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How to write a dialogue
(Florinda Fernandes - Calvados)

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Expressing likes, indifference and dislikes
- a list of expressions

(ielanguages.com)

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