MARCH 2010
NEW SITES
- PART 2

 

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Russia Vows To Find Suicide Bomb Group
- a lesson plan
WARM-UPS : TERRORISM / FEARS / TERROR /
DANGEROUS PLACES / REBEL

(breakingnewsenglish.com)

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VOCABULARY

A new term - "wilfing"
short for "What Was I Looking For?"
and the workers who spend hours in aimless browsing are called Wilfers.

(labnol.blogspot.com)

WILFING FAT: Facts and Technology - 2
(YouTube)

Anglais : wilfing / Français : naviguerrance n. f.
"Fait de passer du temps à naviguer au hasard sur Internet, d'errer de lien en lien,
de s'égarer dans les dédales du Web, se laissant distraire par l'information quasi illimitée disponible, au point d'en oublier l'objet de sa recherche initiale."

(olf.gouv.qc.ca)

Links from Christine Reymond (Ac. Rouen)

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Livre interactif sur le comparatif
- with AUDIO
avec pour exemples les matières scolaires et les animaux
Créé par Laurence HAQUET (Ac. Rouen)

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Global Wellbeing Surveys Find Nations Worlds Apart
"Ten percent or lower are "thriving" in 41 of 155 countries or areas."
- with an interactive map
(gallup.com)
Page recommended by Larry Ferlazzo.

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French Family Values
- an article by Paul Krugman
(nytimes.com)

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NUTRITION LABELS

Read the label - a worksheet
Description :
"Give students practice reading a nutrition label."

(timeforkids.com)

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Certaines images peuvent choquer.

'Slab' - 2006 MAFMAD Winner 
"Make a Film. Make a Difference (MAFMAD) is a short film competition
supported by the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) in Victoria that
encourages young film makers to submit an idea that'll make their mates
think twice before taking risks on the road."

- with a song : see the lyrics
(YouTube)

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The Canadian Geography Bee - a quiz
10 questions
"How well do you know the Great White North?"
(mentalfloss.com)

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Alice in Wonderland (the film) - a webquest
Niveau : 4ème
Sent by Stéphane Athimon (Ac. Nantes)

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POLLUTION

Facts about litter
(spectronicsinoz.com)

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POLLUTION

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POLLUTION

Litter - a poster
(margarethall.files.wordpress.com)

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WATER

Deteriorating water quality threatens global gains made
towards access to safe drinking water

"With almost three quarters of the earth covered by water
only one per cent is safe for human consumption."

- Press release, 22 March 2010
(unicef.org)

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POLLUTION

Boat made of plastic bottles sets sail across Pacific
"A boat (named Plastiki catamaran) made of 12,000 plastic bottles
has set sail on a voyage from San Francisco to Sydney
to spread awareness about pollution in the world's oceans...
The 12,000 used water bottles are filled with carbon dioxide
to make the vessel durable and buoyant.
The catamaran is powered by solar, wind and sea turbines."
(BBC)

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POLLUTION

UK beaches swamped by plastic litter, say campaigners
(BBC)

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POLLUTION

Masdar: Abu Dhabi's carbon-neutral city
"The world's first zero-carbon city is being built in Abu Dhabi and is designed
to be not only free of cars and skyscrapers but also powered by the sun...
Masdar will be home to about 50,000 people,
at least 1,000 businesses and a university. "

(BBC)

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Amnesty urges China to disclose execution figures
"In its annual report on the use of the death penalty, Amnesty said some
714 people were known to have been executed in 18 countries in 2009.
But the group said the true global figure could be much higher, as thousands
of executions were thought to have been carried out in China alone."

See WORLD EXECUTIONS 2009 :
in China, Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, US...

(BBC)

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Dog that bit police car must attend classes
"Tenn. pit bull mix must get instruction in obedience, canine good citizenship."

- with a VIDEO
"A judge ruled that Winston had been a very bad dog. He was sentenced to
obedience and canine good citizen classes, and he'll have to wear a tag
that says he is "potentially dangerous."

(msnbc.msn.com)

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La plupart des webquests ont été mises à jour.

 

5 Browsers and the Modes of Transportation They Resemble
Do you agree ?
(collegehumor.com)

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Listening: Top down and bottom up - an article
(BBC)

"In 'real-life' listening, our students will have to use a combination of the two processes, with more emphasis on 'top-down' or 'bottom-up' listening
depending on their reasons for listening.

  • Top-down vs. bottom-up listening
  • In the classroom
  • Top-down listening activities
  • Bottom-up listening activities
  • Conclusion"

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Classroom management - a cartoon
(teachingbydesign.com.au)

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Classroom assessment - a cartoon
(ioxassessment.com)

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What to Look for in a Classroom - a chart
(education.com)
Page recommended by Larry Ferlazzo :
"It lists “Good Signs” and “Possible Reasons To Worry” for a number
of categories, including furniture, “on the walls,” sounds, etc.
"

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Infographic of the Day: The Path to 10 Billion Tweets
(fastcompany.com)
Page recommended by Larry Ferlazzo.

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Global switch-off for Earth Hour
Australia "was the first country to turn off in 2010.
Lights were also turned off at famous landmarks
in Hong Kong, India, Germany and France."
+ In pictures: Cities dim the lights

(BBC)
See Interactive activities

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Gallery: The 10 Worst Jobs In Science
(popsci.com)


Armpit Detective

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Scorpion kebab, anyone? It's fast food Beijing style...
(dailymail.co.uk)

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Robin Hood (2010 film)
"based on the Robin Hood legend, directed by Ridley Scott 
and starring Russell Crowe."

(Wikipedia)




'Robin Hood' Trailer HD
"Robin Hood chronicles the life of an expert archer, previously interested only in
self-preservation, from his service in King Richard's army against the French..."

(YouTube)




Robin Hood
"is a heroic outlaw in English folklore.
A highly skilled archer and swordsman, he is known for "robbing from the rich
and giving to the poor," assisted by a group of fellow outlaws
known as his "Merry Men."
Robin and many of his men wore Lincoln greenclothes."

(Wikipedia)

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'Earth Hour' : switching our lights off tonight...
A VIDEO + A TEN-QUESTION QUIZ

(Monique Mirza - Ac. Grenoble)

Earth Hour 
"is a global event organized by WWF ... and is held on the last Saturday of
March annually, asking households and businesses to turn off their non-essential lights and other electrical appliances for one hour to raise
awareness towards the need to take action on climate change." 

(Wikipedia)
See Videos

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Going Green
"explores new trends and technologies in environmental science and services."
+ a video :
"Going Green looks at the future of alternative fuel vehicles - highlighting
two of the biggest winners, electric and natural gas."
+ Washington, DC's 'Bag Tax'
+ An All Green House in McLean, VA
+ Wastewater Solutions...
(voanews.com)

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TEXTING

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Racism
- with videos
(BBC)

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HUNGRY HIPPO - an easy song
- animated
+ an activity to print + the words for this song
(British Council)

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STORIES - DANGEROUS ANIMALS

ANGEL! LOOK OUT!
Animated short story
+ "an activity to practise the names of the different animals in the story." 
(British Council)

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SUPERLATIVES

Record setters
"Collected here are a group of superlatives, recent photos of world records
and record attempts around the world. (31 photos total)"

(boston.com)


PHOTO 7 : "Physical challenged people participate in purportedly the world's
largest finger painting, a 100 feet by 140 feet canvas, to mark International
Day of Persons with Disabilities in Ahmadabad, India, Thursday, Dec. 3, 2009.
More than 200 physically challenged people participated in the event
for a bid to enter the Guinness Book of World Records." 

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Alice in Wonderland - Activity worksheets
(penguinreaders.com)

Alice in Wonderland / English / KS3: PLAYING WITH WORDS
Teacher's Guide + Worksheet
"This teaching guide provides a useful introduction to word games adding another dimension to the written word. Follow Carroll's example, get creative with the
English language, and explore it through anagrams and other word games."

(icons.org.uk)

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Truancy in schools in England reaches record high
(BBC)

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REALITY TELEVISION : Text + AUDIO
(anglaisfacile.com)

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Reality TV - une séquence
(prévue pour le lycée - à adapter pour le collège)
Mots-clefs :
B1 - B2 - BY-NC-SA - exp. orale - EOi - EOc - exp. écrite -
comp. orale - comp. écrite
(Ac. Toulouse)

Sommaire :

Documents :
- Déroulement séquence
- Fiches élèves + corrigés

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Working Day
(YouTube)
"This video by Andrés Borghi of Argentina won the "Your Big Break" competition
from 100% Pure New Zealand. The slogan for the competition was:
‘Capture the spirit of 100% Pure New Zealand – the youngest country on earth’."

(Neatorama)

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Your World, Your Commonwealth - A worksheet
sent by Isabelle Bartoli (Ac. Grenoble)

See Facts

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Star Trek-style force-field armour being developed by military scientists
"A space-age "force field" capable of protecting armoured vehicles and tanks
by repelling incoming fire is being developed by British military scientists."

(telegraph.co.uk)

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From Riches To Rags: 10 Celebrities Who Went Broke
Willie Nelson - Mike Tyson - Kim Basinger - Marvin Gaye -
Jerry Lee Lewis - Burt Reynolds - MC Hammer - Gary Coleman -
Judy Garland - Michael Jackson

(cosmoloan.com)

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Your World, Your Commonwealth
"is an introductory booklet that presents the main principles
and work of the Commonwealth for a younger audience."
It "was last updated on 2 March 2010."

(thecommonwealth.org)



See Exercises

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Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll - Student's worksheet
(macmillanenglish.com)
Text + Exercises +
Glossary
+ Teacher's worksheet
+ Related websites :
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
with the entire text of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
and its sequel, Through the Looking Glass.

(sabian.org)
Film Review: Alice in Wonderland
(BBC)

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Alice in Wonderland: Official Trailer #2
(YouTube)




Alice in Wonderland (2010 film)
"a 2010 fantasy adventure film directed by Tim Burton"

(Wikipedia)

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Two songs to work on "Used to".
"Watch the videos and fill-in the blanks."
- The Cranberries : Just my imagination
- Madonna : This used to be my playground

Activities created by Renée Maufroid (Ac. Lille) 


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What I do every day.
"First drag the words to the pictures. Next unjumble the words."

Activity created by Renée Maufroid (Ac. Lille) 

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How The Average American Spends Their Day
(loansandcredit.com)
Site recommended by Larry Ferlazzo.

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HEALTH CARE BILL PASSES... 
by all the top cartoonists! 

(cagle.com)

See Health - Information

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Tune into English
Songs with worksheets + Karaoke
"Our theory :
Meaningful, Motivating, Memorable
Creates a positive learning environment
Involves “left and right” brains
Improves Grammar, Vocabulary and Pronunciation
Flexible, Authentic, Easily Available " 

Enregistrement gratuit
(tuneintoenglish.com)

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Hong Kong's air pollution reaches record levels
"Air pollution levels in Hong Kong have reached a record high,
prompting government warnings to people to avoid going out...
There are tens of thousands of factories across the border in southern
China which adversely affect Hong Kong's air quality, but ... roadside
pollution remains a large part of the problem. "

(BBC)

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Fast Food - Video Snapshot
"Watch this video clip on the topic of cell phones
and answer the questions based on what you hear."

(esl-lab.com)

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Cell Phones - Video Snapshot
"Watch this video clip on the topic of cell phones
and answer the questions based on what you hear."

(esl-lab.com)

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ADVERTISING

How to compare two adverts !

- interactive
with a tutorial "to give you some hints for an analysis of the first advert"
(lewebpedagogique.com)

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Internet threatens rare species, conservationists warn
"Campaigners say it is easier than ever before to buy and sell anything from
live baby lions to polar bear pelts on online auction sites and chatrooms...
Thousands of endangered species are regularly traded on the internet, as buyers
and sellers take advantage of the anonymity - and vast global market
- the world wide web can offer...
The US is the biggest market, but ... Europe, China, Russia
and Australia also play a large part. "

(BBC)

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US House passes key healthcare reform bill
"The US House of Representatives has narrowly voted to pass a landmark
healthcare reform bill at the heart of President Barack Obama's agenda."

+ KEY HEALTHCARE REFORMS

+ US HEALTHCARE AND WORLD COMPARISONS
+ VIDEOS
(BBC)

See Cartoons

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Batman Wins Major UK Video Game Award
- a lesson plan
WARM-UPS :
VIDEO GAMES / MY GAME / GAMING / GAMES / GAMER

(breakingnewsenglish.com)

Batman takes best game at Baftas
"Batman: Arkham Asylum has been crowned best game
at the Bafta 2010 awards."

- with videos
(BBC)

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Australian School Answering Machine
(Updated with Transcript)

"Someone in Australia has a clue and a sense of humour."
(forthardknox.com)

"Please listen to all the options before making a selection.

  • To lie about why your child is absent, press 1
  • To make excuses for why your child did not do his homework, press 2..."

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Money calculator - interactive
(ictgames.com)

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Mobile phones - une séquence
Video + Audio
+ Posters & adverts + Publications

(think.dft.gov.uk)

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California's highest mountains
"California has fifteen mountains higher than 14,000 feet.
Take an interactive photo tour."

(sacbee.com)
Site recommended by Larry Ferlazzo.

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Recycling: an important issue 
This test includes 13 questions

"Devoir auto-évalué prenant en compte les réponses des élèves à des questions ouvertes exploitant un thème personnalisable : voici la maquette traitant du thème
de la nécessité de recycler des objets en fin de vie et de trouver des schémas industriels de recyclage rentables en terme économique : why should we buy
recycled objects? (intermediate level). L'élève peut procéder à des tests de
validité de sa progression, au fur et à mesure de la saisie de ses réponses
dans un formulaire informatisé, valorisant une bonne compréhension de
documents textuels et visuels montrés en référence.
Cette maquette fait partie des nouveaux schémas d'apprentissage
avec les TICE proposés sur le site de l'IUFM de Bourgogne."

(J.P. Palasse, Formateur TICE, IUFM de Bourgogne)

Pour en savoir plus ... cliquer ici :
http://www.dijon.iufm.fr/spip.php?article330

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Going to the movies - LIEN MODIFIE
Activités portant sur la bande-annonce du film Bad Boys
envoyées par Bettina Ghobrial (Ac. Versailles)
Bad Boys - Trailer
(YouTube)

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South Africa commemorates Sharpeville Massacre of 1960
"South Africans have marked the 50th anniversary of the Sharpeville Massacre,
a turning point in the nation's liberation struggle."
+ a VIDEO

(BBC)

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Fichiers sons - Vacances à New York
"Des exercices Hot potatoes - jcloze utilisant ces fichiers
peuvent être faits sur Soundguide."

(openenglishweb.org)

Vacances à New York
"Fay, une étudiante britannique, raconte ses vacances à New York. Elle passe
en revue les principaux points d’intérêt et vous livre ses impressions."

(soundguideweb.com)

New York
"Discover New York and its neighborhood with a video
and oral comprehension activities."

(soundguideweb.com)

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Les 5 visites incontournables à New York
 "Les 5 attractions à ne pas rater à New York. 
Regardez la vidéo et faites ensuite l’exercice."

(soundguideweb.com)

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New York Travel
I. Pre-Listening Exercises
II. Listening Exercises
III. Vocabulary
IV. Post-Listening Exercises
Level : Medium
Type : Announcement

+ Quiz script
(esl-lab.com)

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New York, New York
"Mari gives advice on what to do and see while in New York."
+ Script + Audio Slide Show + Audio Slide Quiz + MP3
+ VIDEO : What is your country's best city?

(elllo.org)

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GROUNDHOG DAY

You'll see your shadow
(offthemarkcartoons.com)

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SPRING

Do you mind ?
(newyorkette.com)

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SPRING

 

The first robin of Spring
(offthemarkcartoons.com)

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CIVIL RIGHTS

You’ve got Rights!
Séquence basée sur le manuel de 3° Join the Team, Unit 5.
"La tâche finale va vous permettre d’approfondir vos connaissances
en présentant un leader du mouvement des droits civiques.
Voici le plan de votre présentation, les critères de réussite
et de réalisation de la tâche..."

(Cécile Clavel - Ac. Toulouse)

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FINDING PARTNERS



THE IMAGE OF THE OTHER - PROJECT MATERIALS
- STUDENT'S LETTERS
"with useful guidelines how to write about given topics."
- USEFUL MATERIALS :
"Some topic-based vocabulary material in printable version."
- TEACHER'S MANUAL
"with guidelines and inspiration for teachers
on how to run an international  CSCL project."
- FIND YOUR PARTNER
with a list of partner schools

- LESSON PLANS - GOOD PRACTICE
- EVALUATION

(europeanschoolsproject.org)

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SLEEP

March 19th is World Sleep Day
"World Sleep Day is an international annual event, intended to be a celebration
of sleep and a call to action on important issues related to sleep, including
medicine, education, social aspects and driving. It aims to lessen the burden
of sleep problems on society through better prevention
and management of sleep disorders."

See 10 COMMANDMENTS OF SLEEP HYGIENE
(worldsleepday.wasmonline.org)

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Citizens told to brush up on etiquette
"India has compiled a list of do's and don'ts for its citizens at this year's Commonwealth Games to help showcase New Delhi's charms...
Don't urinate in public, don't spit, keep your houses and shops clean,
keep public transport safe and such things...
The tips on good manners will be spread to through billboards,
pamphlets, websites and audiovisual means "

(reuters.com)

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INTERNET

Technology Addiction Test - interactive
(nightingalehospital.co.uk)

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Chinese Zodiac Zone
Learn English idioms.
"- Find out which animal year you were born in and
which famous people share the same Chinese Zodiac sign. 
- Let Magic Monkey read your mind and guess your Chinese Zodiac sign.
- Test your knowledge of English Idioms that use the animals of the Chinese Zodiac.
- Download and print your own fun Chinese New Year Posters." 

(cambridgeenglishonline.com)

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Skateboarding owl is a hit
"A barn owl that rides a skateboard has become a hit
at its local shopping centre...
He displays his wheely good skills in front of
stunned shoppers in Folkestone, Kent. "

(telegraph.co.uk)

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INTERNET

"Les élèves ne sont pas aussi à l'aise qu'on veut bien le dire avec Internet"
"Enseignants et documentalistes lecteurs du Monde.fr racontent
comment ils forment leurs élèves à la recherche
et à la vérification d'informations en ligne."

(lemonde.fr)

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Bluefin tuna ban proposal meets rejection
"A proposal to ban international trade in Atlantic bluefin tuna, which is
a sushi mainstay in Japan, has been rejected by a UN wildlife meeting."

(BBC)

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Australia and Europe compared
(qajaqunderground.com)
Carte signalée par Renée Maufroid (Ac. Lille)

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Jeu de 7 familles en anglais - Family cards
(inattendu.org)

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Spoken production
"I’d like to give you some tips to improve your speaking skills.
I’ve created a tutorial presenting 5 steps to follow if you have to give
a short presentation in front of your schoolmates or for an exam.
The starting point I’ve chosen is a photo I took in New York last December."

Created by Sonia Chirol (Ac. Grenoble)
(lewebpedagogique.com)

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10 Uncanniest Irish Mythological Creatures
Gancanagh - Bean Nighe - Merrow - Clurichaun - Fir Bolg -
Kelpie - Leprechaun - Selkie - Dullahan -  Banshee 
(geekosystem.com)

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"The Fugitive" : St. Patrick's Day Parade sequence
- with Harrison Ford
"Fun Fact: This sequence was a spur of the moment thing during filming
of the movie. This was a real parade and Harrison Ford, Tommy Lee Jones
and a camera man just went in it. You can hear at 01:36 and 01:37
some men calling out Tommy Lee Jones's name."

(YouTube)



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GAME PADS

To play with your PS3
(gamesandgeeks.com)

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Appariement avec Eastbourne 2010

- Site Internet de la ville d’Eastbourne.
- Site Inernet du collège de nos correspondants
- EXPRESSIONS ET VOCABULAIRE UTILES
- CAHIER D’ACTIVITES à compléter au gré des visites
- In England
- Programme détaillé
- Diaporamas des élèves d’ Eastbourne

(Emmanuelle EL MASSAOUDI - Ac. Rouen)

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BOOK 2 SITUATION 3 - "Enjoy" 4ème
- une séquence (4 heures)
Let’s go shopping
(Emmanuelle EL MASSAOUDI - Ac. Rouen)

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Saint Patrick's Day : a quiz
- interactive
How much do you know about this Irish tradition ?
Answer the 10 questions.

(Monique Mirza - Ac. Grenoble)

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Government rules out all-dog insurance plan
"The government has ruled out forcing all dog owners to insure against
their pets attacking people - a week after suggesting the idea...
More than 100 people a week are admitted to hospital after dog attacks...
The 1991 Dangerous Dogs Act banned ownership of four types: the pit bull terrier,
the Japanese tosa, the dogo Argentino and the fila Brasileiro.
It also gave police powers to deal with any dogs, of whatever breed,
that became out of control in a public place
- with destruction of the animal the ultimate sanction.
"
(BBC)

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Shops - Matching exercise
A worksheet

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dotSUB
"Watch videos with subtitles in your language, upload your videos, create your
own subtitles! Click here to learn more and view tutorials on "how to dotSUB"

(dotsub.com)

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TubeChop 
"allows you to easily chop a funny or interesting section 
from any YouTube video and share it."

(tubechop.com)

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Tiny Youtube Converter
"lets you convert Youtube videos to mp3"

(tiny-youtube-converter.com)

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Britons sentenced to a month in prison for kissing in Dubai restaurant
"Two Britons have been sentenced to a month's imprisonment for indecency
after a local woman took objection to them kissing in a restaurant."

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Meet USCybercom: Why the US is fielding a cyber army
"The US is in the process of creating a unified cyber command, to fight the
wars of the future. The Pentagon has no doubt that the next conventional war
will include a cyber element."

(BBC)

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Countries Vote on Sale of Ivory
- a lesson plan
WARM-UPS :
POACHING / ENDANGERED / ANIMAL LIFE /
ANIMAL PRODUCTS / ELEPHANT
(breakingnewsenglish.com)

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Police and a hearse - Funny picture...

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Say what? A parents' guide to UK teenage slang
"Many phrases were used universally - for example LOL (Laugh Out Loud)
- and for that you can probably blame rap music, text messaging,
Facebook and popular TV programmes like Skins and Hollyoaks.
But there were also wild variations, such as with the word
for an attractive or beautiful girl..."
+ a VIDEO

(BBC)

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Dreams.
"Have a look at the article, word game, story, cartoon,
trivia and links."

(British Council)

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April Fool's Day.
"Take a look at the article, story, cartoon, trivia, links,
history and word game."

(British Council)

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The circus.
"Have a look at the article, story, poem, cartoon,
word games, trivia and links."

(British Council)

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Consumer society.
"The consumer society is a human society
strongly influenced by consumerism.
The term describes a critical view of over-consumption and
excessive production of short-lived or disposable items.

"Have a look at the articles, poem, story, cartoon,
games, trivia and links."

(British Council)

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The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
- une animation
(YouTube)

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SuperPower: Visualising the internet
"Explore this interactive graphic to find out
which are the biggest sites on the internet... "
The data "covers the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain,
Switzerland, Brazil, US and Australia.
The figures represent unique users
for the month of January 2010."

(BBC)

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March Madness
(cagle.com)

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Groupes de compétence
Lettre des IPR de Versailles
(Ac. Versailles)

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Socle commun et B2i
Présentation PowerPoint

(Ac. Marseille)

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