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1 to 10 from 25 Results To understand the comic strip “Serve him right” in: archive grade level> second degree> College The Breach CEL For Teachers Review Languages> Modern Languages ??Teaching Techniques> arts technical February 1975 To understand the comic “SERVE HLM RIGHT” Author: Alex Nicole English, use of sound BT “South of London” in: archive grade level> second degree> College the Breach CEL for teachers review Languages> Modern Languages ??Techniques teaching> literature May 1975 ENGLISH Using the BTSonore “SOUTH oF LONDON” “I had the idea to make a presentation on English meal because, being in England and having found the food excellent, I wanted show my comrades who did not go there, what we eat in this country and how good it is. so I was trying to find a text . .. Author: Jeanne Poitevin More The Breach No.
13-14 (November-December 1975) In: The Breach CEL For teachers review> French summary> Scripture-reading Languages> French teaching techniques Modern Languages> Teaching techniques debate > classroom organization> part of the master teaching techniques> exit, travel, visiting teaching techniques> audiovisual technology instructional techniques> free text November 1975 the Breach, Sector Bulletin Second Degree ICEM 1974 to 1984, ten issues per year the reflections, practices testimonies, minutes of readings, debates, …. homework help chemistry
.. Author: Michel Bertrand more “KART-oF-FEL-SALAT” in: the Breach CEL for teachers review Languages> Modern languages ??teaching Techniques> class organization in January 1976 “KART-oF-FEL-SALAT” Group Germanists this article is a summary of what we habitud e call a working notebook.
Some leaves have turned correspondence between several comrades – here four in number Germanists – and for several laps – three here. On the left page exposing his experience on the right page is noted his remarks about the experiences of peers. On a clear interest for the realization of the identity of the difficulties; for collective search for solutions and work paths, such synthesis does not replace direct testimony of lived experience and start every year renewed Freinet Pedagogy.
We are aware of and would like therefore other items, “slices of life” and testimonies of “starts” … The Writing-Breach Authors: Dominique Pichard, Karin Haddad, Marie-France Truffaut and Michele Christiany More in Latin America dossier: the Breach CEL for teachers review Languages> Modern Languages ??June 1978 LATIN AMERICA BACK Adaptation of a long account of activities prepared by the ‘workshop of Spanish “of Martinique Institute of Modern school, this folder’s objective is to enrich the documentation of classes, especially the second cycle.
It brings pieces that enrich the theme of nativism, literary and political, and publishes fact sheets Las Casas, and Mariategui ‘a .PRA that the group of Spanish-speaking of Martinique Institute conducted Authors:.. Claude Pons, GD Martinique and Marc Sala spontaneous expression in German in: the Breach CEL rev for teachers eu Languages> Modern Languages ??Teaching Principles> term-creation in November 1978 SPONTANEOUS EXPRESSION IN GERMAN CLASS 4th and 3rd (second language) I have this year two fourth class of 35 students.
Under these conditions, spontaneous oral expression falls within the feat, because even in groups, it is difficult to talk to those who have gradually taken the habit to keep quiet. When we are few, we sometimes spend an entire session to unlock speaking.
Author: Daniele Dagois More The practice of presentation in English In: The Breach CEL For Teachers Review Languages> Modern Languages ??Teaching Techniques> exposed children conference in October 1978 PRACTICE OF PRESENTATION IN ENGLISH CLASS the following is a Record project for students of the second cycle of secondary education. I hesitated to write, so the recommendations seemed to me commonplace. And yet …
I would be happy of course to elicit reactions and to know on the subject of “works” of more experienced colleagues as me. Author: Jean-Pierre Cattelain More First half Second in English In: The Breach CEL For teachers review French> Scripture-reading Languages> Modern Languages ??Teaching Principles> Communication> correspondence teaching techniques> group work in January 1979 FIRST HALF sECOND iN ENGLISH a second class AB twenty-five students from twelve different schools, studying English as a second language, having the most insecure knowledge base.
Paper used: PEOPLE 1 This “manual” has the advantage of being very restrictive: it takes and allowed where appropriate. He had to try to consolidate a number of important points of grammar while expanding the vocabulary and poorly assimilated able to reuse all this to show that it can be used for something; and then, of course, we had to try not to get bored in class!
Authors: M.Janot and Maite Mache More Genesis published in: The Breach CEL For Teachers Review Languages> Modern Languages ??Teaching Principles> Communication Pedagogical Principles> Communication> Teaching Techniques school newspaper> Free text April 1978 GENESIS pUBLISHED MADE bY a cLASS oF GERMAN in extremis, before separating permanently 3rd class publishes a free expression newspaper. Several findings: it is never too late for the “spark” spring forth; it occurs only in circumstances quite motivating for students: here, the bursting of the usual class-teacher relationships outside world-class . during an exchange trip, young people, even late in the third, are willing to invest a lot as long as their expression and their work are valued Author Dietlinde Baillet more time management and in space: the Breach CEL for teachers review Languages> Modern Languages ??school organization> teaching team teaching techniques> class organization> class space plane pedagogical techniques> class organization> part of the master teaching techniques > classroom organization> work Plan April 1978 tIME MANAGEMENT aND sPACE Manage time and space in the classroom is not a technocratic enterprise . It is more primarily a desire to make the class a decision-making power in areas where it is particularly difficult for him: the school premises and the timetable.
But it is also a desire not to be subject, when we could achieve it through its own organization. Strive for a living classroom where the organizational demands, reduced to a minimum, would merge with the vital laws of the functioning of the educational community: the project behind the action recounted here. Author: Jean Poitevin 1 2 3 next> last »
2 Results Towards a downright poetic culture in kindergarten: The New Educator PEMF For teachers review Arts> Poetry December 2005 Theo-Prat ‘is a collection of French Reading Association Author: AFL More info AFL: duty or to learn how to unite against the doctrinaire in: the New Educator PEMF for teachers review movements> educational movement in March 2003 when the discredit is brought on an educational movement, all movements and pedagogues the research and practice they defend are in question.