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Edcamp : des formations par et pour les enseignants! | Infobourg.com – TIC, actualité, grands dossiers et ressources en éducation

Edcamp : des formations par et pour les enseignants! | Infobourg.com – TIC, actualité, grands dossiers et ressources en éducation | Apprendre l'anglais | Scoop.it

Une initiative bilingue canadienne engageante, ou quand Montréal se transforme en salle des profs démultipliée (ou salle de classe participative...) pour des échanges ciblés et coorganisés par chacun

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Khan Academy - The physics page

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With a library of over 3,000 videos covering everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history and hundreds of skills to practice, we're on a mission to help you learn what you want, when you want, at your own pace.
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US Geography (State and Capitals 1)

Learning some of US States and Capitals with this useful video...

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Handshake, Pound or Hug? A Guide to Not Being Awkward When Greeting Someone

Handshake, Pound or Hug? A Guide to Not Being Awkward When Greeting Someone | Apprendre l'anglais | Scoop.it
There’s no denying that meeting someone for the first time is awkward in and of itself.
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Euro 2012 On ITV - "It's good to dream"

http://www.itv.com/euro2012...
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Wall Photos | Facebook

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Beautiful catchphrase

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TED: Ideas worth spreading

TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading -- through TED.com, our annual conferences, the annual TED Prize and local TEDx events.
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4th of July Party Flag Cake Recipe ★

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Each year we have a party on the 4th of July and my mom brings her fabulous 4th of July cake. There are always a few invited guests to our home, but the group seems to grow once the fireworks begin.
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Commencement Speeches and Stories 2012 by the Huffington Post

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Big News on Commencement Central.Includes blogs, news, and community conversations about Commencement Central...
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The 1-2-3-4 Formula for Persuasive Copy | Copyblogger

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Grammar Girl : Should I Capitalize "First Amendment"? :: Quick and Dirty Tips ™

Grammar Girl : Should I Capitalize "First Amendment"? :: Quick and Dirty Tips ™ | Apprendre l'anglais | Scoop.it
The names of amendments, bills, acts, and laws are capitalized, but is "first amendment" its actual name?
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An Interview with Ali Luke, Part One

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Ali Luke is a successful blogger, freelance writer and novelist, and she is the creator of a thriving writers' community. She is currently writing a book in the popular "For Dummies" series on writing ebooks.

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15 Stock Characters — and How to Restock Them

15 Stock Characters — and How to Restock Them | Apprendre l'anglais | Scoop.it
Does the cast of characters in your novel or short story fall under some of these categories?
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MIT Engineering K-12 Video Pilot

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These videos were produced by MIT students to highlight the Institute and its students as super-qualified sources for hands-on projects, demonstrations, and laboratory experiments.
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Faces of Change: From Dinner Tables to Diplomas

"It meant a great deal to Jess Montejano, a second generation Mexican American, that President Obama supported students with legislation like the American Opportunity Tax Credit. Because of this tax credit, Jess was able to receive an extra $1000 when he filed his 2009 taxes. With this extra financial support, he was able to pay his bills and focus more on his studies."

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Theodore Roosevelt Speech - Social and Industrial Justice

This speech contains excerpts from "A Confession of Faith," an address originally delivered to the national convention of the Progressive party in Chicago on August 6, 1912.

 

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Our prime concern is that in dealing with the fundamental law of the land, in assuming finally to interpret it, and therefore finally to make it, the acts of the courts should be subject to and not above the final control of the people as a whole. I deny that the American people have surrendered to any set of men, no matter what their position or their character, the final right to determine those fundamental questions upon which free self-government ultimately depends.

 

The people themselves must be the ultimate makers of their own Constitution, and where their agents differ in their interpretations of the Constitution the people themselves should be given the chance, after full and deliberate judgment, authoritatively to settle what interpretation it is that their representatives shall thereafter adopt as binding.


We do not question the general honesty of the courts. But in applying to present-day social conditions the general prohibitions that were intended originally as safeguards to the citizen against the arbitrary power of government in the hands of caste and privilege, these prohibitions have been turned by the courts from safeguards against political and social privilege into barriers against political and social justice and advancement.


Our purpose is not to impugn the courts, but to emancipate them from a position where they stand in the way of social justice; and to emancipate the people, in an orderly way, from the iniquity of enforced submission to a doctrine which would turn constitutional provisions which were intended to favor social justice and advancement into prohibitions against such justice and advancement.


In the last twenty years an increasing percentage of our people have come to depend on industry for their livelihood, so that today the wage-workers in industry rank in importance side by side with the tillers of the soil. As a people we cannot afford to let any group of citizens or any individual citizen live or labor under conditions which are injurious to the common welfare. Industry, therefore, must submit to such public regulation as will make it a means of life and health, not of death or inefficiency. We must protect the crushable elements at the base of our present industrial structure.


We stand for a living wage. Wages are subnormal if they fail to provide a living for those who devote their time and energy to industrial occupations. The monetary equivalent of a living wage varies according to local conditions, but must include enough to secure the elements of a normal standard of living--a standard high enough to make morality possible, to provide for education and recreation, to care for immature members of the family, to maintain the family during periods of sickness, and to permit a reasonable saving for old age.


Hours are excessive if they fail to afford the worker sufficient time to recuperate and return to his work thoroughly refreshed. We hold that the night labor of women and children is abnormal and should be prohibited; we hold that the employment of women over forty-eight hours per week is abnormal and should be prohibited. We hold that the seven-day working week is abnormal, and we hold that one day of rest in seven should be provided by law. We hold that the continuous industries, operating twenty-four hours out of twenty-four, are abnormal, and where, because of public necessity or for technical reasons (such as molten metal), the twenty-four hours must be divided into two shifts of twelve hours or three shifts of eight, they should by law be divided into three of eight.

 

 

Transcription from the Library of Congress:http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/collections/troosevelt_film/trfpcp.html#page_content


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English Modules: Contents

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The ICT4LT website is a collection of training modules in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) for Language Teachers. It was initiated with funding provided in 1999-2000 by the European Commission and has been regularly updated ever since.


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Physicists Find Elusive Particle Seen as Key to Universe

Physicists Find Elusive Particle Seen as Key to Universe | Apprendre l'anglais | Scoop.it

Researchers said they had discovered what looked for all the world like the Higgs boson, a long-sought particle that could lead to a new understanding of how the universe began.... QUOTE "It's a triumphant day for fundamental physics. Now some fun begins." Welcome, students!!!

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July 4th - Independence Day Songs

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July 4th is Independence Day in the United States. We celebrate with fireworks, picnics, and parades big and small. We also celebrate with Independence Day Songs! Which is your favorite song for July 4th?
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Top 10 Best Graduation Songs 2012

Top 10 Best Graduation Songs 2012 | Apprendre l'anglais | Scoop.it
Are you looking for the best graduation songs? Whether it being a graduation party or event, celebrate your long awaited milestone in your life with meaningful songs for your graduation party.
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Graduation Cupcake Ideas

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Serving graduation cupcakes at your graduation party? Need a few graduation cupcake ideas for your graduate?
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Saison des “Commencement Addresses” aux Etats-Unis…

Celui-ci a bien fait parler de lui… Ce blog le plébiscite!
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The Anglo-Saxon Angle

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Are you an Anglist, or an anti-Anglist, or are you neutral in the debate about whether to favor words of Anglo-Saxon or Germanic origin over Latinate language?
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Grammar Girl : Top Ten Grammar Myths :: Quick and Dirty Tips ™

Grammar Girl : Top Ten Grammar Myths :: Quick and Dirty Tips ™ | Apprendre l'anglais | Scoop.it
Ten common grammar rules that are really just myths. You can't end a sentence with a preposition and you shouldn't split an infinitive are two myths.
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David Farland’s Daily Kick in the Pants—“Boosting” Your Prose

David Farland’s Daily Kick in the Pants—“Boosting” Your Prose | Apprendre l'anglais | Scoop.it
when I used to write for competitions, I would make lists of ways that judges might look at my work in order to grade it.
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