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"HEY ARNOLD " A quality cartoon for kids. Fun, humorous, well written. Grown ups may like it

"HEY ARNOLD " A quality cartoon for kids. Fun, humorous, well written. Grown ups may like it | Brainfriendly, motivating stuff for ESL EFL learners | Scoop.it

Watch the five seasons of "Hey Arnold Online"cartoon full episodes online,  ( about 23mn each) for Free. Stream Hey Arnold series online with HQ high quality on http://www.watchcartoononline.com/ an online  channel for animes, cartoons, animes films, manga .

 

the scripts (songs included plus a lot of infos here http://heyarnold.wikia.com/ Level B1 B2 and above. Extracts may be used.

 

Hey Arnold! is an American animated television series that aired from October 7, 1996 until June 8, 2004 on Nickelodeon.

"The show stars fourth grader Arnold, a boy who lives with his paternal grandparents, Phil and Gertrude, proprietors of the Sunset Arms boarding house. In each episode, Arnold often helps a schoolmate solve a personal problem, or encounters a predicament of his own. The show also focuses on Arnold’s classmate, Helga, who often treats Arnold cruelly and bullies him constantly. However, a recurring theme of the show is the fact that Helga pretends to dislike Arnold to hide the fact that she is secretly in love with him. "

" What's the show supposed to be about? http://www.hey-arnold.com/


The "life in the big city as seen through the eyes of a nine-year old boy fourth-grade with a football-shaped head"and a vivid imagination", usually dressed in a school uniform, complete with little hat , an attic room with skylight and remote-controlled furniture. He is always daydreaming, whether in church, in school, or just watching TV - and his daydreams are quite vivid. "

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 "After Arnold's parents left him with his grandparents before leaving (and never being seen again), Arnold lives in their boarding house ("No Kids - Pets OK"). Okay, he's also a little more laid back and enjoys jazz a little more than your typical fourth-grader, too.  Arnold is named for his mother's father."

Lots of infos, characters, summary of the episodes ect here

http://www.hey-arnold.com/

 

Summary of the list of characters (from the site above)

 

https://www.evernote.com/shard/s94/sh/ef44aaec-f879-4abe-b27d-915ff3105ab1/2ad12e937d937da0b4befc7ea092811d

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B1,  B2 and above. My son used to love watching these cartoons on the French TV. Quality script.

Scripts, (ten episodes transcribed here http://heyarnold.wikia.com/wiki/Episode_transcripts) Characters, summaries of the episodes, famous quotes and a lot more on this excellent wiki http://heyarnold.wikia.com/
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Aulde de Barbuat's curator insight, May 12, 2013 3:51 PM
B1, B2 and above. My son used to love watching these cartoons on the French TV. Quality script. Scripts, (ten episodes transcribed here http://heyarnold.wikia.com/wiki/Episode_transcripts) Characters, summaries of the episodes, famous quotes and a lot more on this excellent wiki http://heyarnold.wikia.com/
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GoComics | Teaching with fun images

GoComics | Teaching with fun images | Brainfriendly, motivating stuff for ESL EFL learners | Scoop.it

And also

Studying English with cartoons & comic strips | Resources online | @scoopit via @tweetingaddress http://sco.lt/8Iyk2T

 

http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/plc/clpp/images/cartoons/cartoons.html

 


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Monica Mirza's curator insight, February 26, 2013 10:01 AM

Gocomics provides ELT teachers with comics and editorial cartoons : an all the more interesting source of images (editorial cartoons, comics....) than almost all of them may be used in ELT. An excerpt from their usage rules :

"Educational/Classroom Usage :

There is no need to request permission if you wish to use a cartoon for educational or classroom usage.[...] Images may be used in the classroom for the following uses :

OverheadsSyllabi

Reprinted on tests or assignment papers

Passed out for sharing during lectures

Other uses within the classroom only

No exceptions whatsoever for "Calvin & Hobbes" strips... sigh :'( But they remain a pleasure for our eyes :)

Aulde de Barbuat's curator insight, March 5, 2013 4:33 AM

I love this  resource Thanks Monica

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Domo Animate - Create animations

Domo Animate - Create animations | Brainfriendly, motivating stuff for ESL EFL learners | Scoop.it
Domo Animate, Powered by GoAnimate, is a way to easily create Domo animations and slideshows.

Via Ana Cristina Pratas, Janet Bianchini, Juergen Wagner, Chris Jaeglin
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AnnaB's curator insight, June 23, 2013 4:04 AM

add your insight...

 

 
Yana Vilu's curator insight, December 10, 2014 10:22 AM

Animācija

Gabriel Rocha's curator insight, March 9, 2016 11:33 AM

Crea animaciones y presentaciones  utilizala como herramienta educativa.

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GoComics | Teaching with fun images

GoComics | Teaching with fun images | Brainfriendly, motivating stuff for ESL EFL learners | Scoop.it

 And alsohttp://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/plc/clpp/images/cartoons/cartoons.html


Via Monica Mirza
Aulde de Barbuat's insight:

I love this  resource Thanks Monica

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Monica Mirza's curator insight, February 26, 2013 10:01 AM

Gocomics provides ELT teachers with comics and editorial cartoons : an all the more interesting source of images (editorial cartoons, comics....) than almost all of them may be used in ELT. An excerpt from their usage rules :

"Educational/Classroom Usage :

There is no need to request permission if you wish to use a cartoon for educational or classroom usage.[...] Images may be used in the classroom for the following uses :

OverheadsSyllabi

Reprinted on tests or assignment papers

Passed out for sharing during lectures

Other uses within the classroom only

No exceptions whatsoever for "Calvin & Hobbes" strips... sigh :'( But they remain a pleasure for our eyes :)

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Studying English with cartoons & comic strips | Resources online

Studying English with cartoons & comic strips | Resources online | Brainfriendly, motivating stuff for ESL EFL learners | Scoop.it

"Cartoons and other images of interest in the study of Language Policy, Sociolinguistics, and Dialectology" :

--> http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/plc/clpp/images/cartoons/cartoons.html


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Monica Mirza's curator insight, February 26, 2013 9:52 AM

Also see "Pearls before the Swine" :

 

--> http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/~haroldfs/popcult/zeebah.html 

a page meant to focus on the language used in the comic strip Pearls before Swine (the episodes involving the crocodiles and the zebra).

The crocodiles are depicted clearly as not being very smart, and the languEFLage they use seems to be to be a blend of AAVE (or stereotypical perceptions of AAVE [African American Vernacular English]) but also with some elements of baby talk [...] Also grammatical elements such as 'me' for 'I' and negation with 'no', e.g. "Me no want lecture", 'we is' for 'we are', 'you gets' (for 'you get'), 'bootifuls couch', etc. [...].