Daniel Day-Lewis wins record third Oscar (February 27, 2013)
British actor Daniel Day-Lewis made has cinema history by picking up his third Best Actor award at the Academy Awards in Hollywood.
He becomes the first actor ever to win three such Oscars."
- a lesson plan with AUDIO
A Video Tour of My Teacher iPad
"If you are new to iPad use as a teacher, or maybe contemplating introducing them as a teaching tool, then this series of video blogs should come in handy..."
Create an Audio Slideshow With Narrable
"To create an audio slideshow on Narrable start by uploading some pictures that you either want to talk about or have music played behind.
After the pictures are uploaded you can record a narration for each picture..."
UtellStory - Tell a Story With Pictures and Voice
"To create and share your story through UtellStory you can upload pictures, add text captions, add audio narration to each slide,
and upload a soundtrack to support your entire story..."
Objectifs de langue: Le présent simple, les adverbes de fréquence, les habitudes (routine) Thèmes: Halloween - Les vampires "La chanson peut être associée à Halloween. ur YouTube, cliquer sur l'onglet Sous-Titres et vous aurez une version Karaoké."
'My Crazy Family' par Sylvain Kustyan Niveau 6ème, 5ème et primaire
Le thème: la famille, les membres de la famille
Point de langue: There's There are / Les goûts / Le présent simple / Le prétérit Sur YouTube, cliquer sur l'onglet Sous-Titres et vous aurez une version Karaoké. "There's my mother with green hair
But my father doesn't care
There's my brother who gets stronger..."
"Film English is the brainchild of teacher, trainer and author Kieran Donaghy. It is a site which promotes the innovative and creative use
of moving images in language learning. All of the lesson plans revolve around the use of video and film to teach English..."
(film-english.com) Thanks to Marielle Bianchi
Paperman - a lesson plan
"This lesson plan is designed around 2 short films: Paperman an Oscar-nominated short by John Kahrs and Signs an award winning film by Patrick Hughes.
Students write a narrative, predict a story and use adjectives to describe characters and emotions."