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Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Les porte-clés leçons

 


Pourquoi des porte-clés ? 

Depuis le début de l'année, je me bataille avec mes élèves pour qu'ils sortent leur cahier de leçon ou qu'ils s'aident des affichages... Rien à faire, ils restent le nez dans leur exercice.

 

Peut être que le cahier prend trop de place sur la table ? Les leçons sont trop longues ? Les affichages trop éloignés et petits ? 

 

En cours multiple, il est essentiel de rendre les élèves le plus possible autonomes, afin de ne pas déranger la maîtresse qui est souvent occupée avec un autre groupe. 

La solution, il me semble l'avoir trouvée : les porte-clés leçons

 

Comment faire ses porte-clés ? 

L'idée est très simple, et inspirée de boutdegommeJe me suis aidée des illustrations de Retz, réussir en grammaire, et de nombreux blogs de collègues qui partagent leurs affichages et leurs leçons (Merci à l'école de célestine, alice cycle 3, la classe de calliplume, le blog d'alliaslili, charivari, lutin bazar, Ecole haut-poirier, Val-10, l'école d'Alara, trousse-et-frimousse, stylo rouge et crayon gris, capuchon à l'école, et pour les autres, j'ai trouvé sur google image alors si ça vient de votre blog, faites-le moi savoir pour que je vous cite comme il se doit !!).

 

Il suffit d'imprimer vos affichages ou de réécrire vos leçons condensées, en ajoutant des couleurs, et de les imprimer sur des petites cartes plastifiées et à perforer. Hop, on glisse les cartes dans un anneau et on accroche l'anneau à sa trousse. Plus d'excuse pour ne pas travailler ! 

 

A la fin chaque leçon, je distribue une nouvelle carte à accrocher à son porte-clé. Lors des premières séances d'entraînement, le porte-clé est ouvert à la bonne page devant l'élève. Au cours du temps, l'enfant se détache de cet outil : la leçon est sue. 

 

Monday, November 23, 2020

Bon Appetit

Names of Food in French



 

                                                                 Courtesy: Pinterest

Sunday, November 22, 2020

Pour Les Debutants ----- For Beginners



Standard French Course for Teenagers | EasyFrench School in France
French Language Class
                                              
                                                    


                                                            Good Word Pronunciation In French

                                                                    Courtesy: Printerest

Friday, November 20, 2020

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ASUU Strike: The Silver Lining in the Dark Cloud

 


Daily Trust - The nth ASUU strike





 

                                                               By    

                                                  Awa-abuon John Asama

In the history of university education in Nigeria, there has never been a time where 

students have had to stay at home for such a prolonged period. Firstly because of 

the pandemic and then because of the ASUU strike. To those who take their 

academics seriously, this is bad news. Having to stay without academic activities for 8 months works against the smooth flow of the learning plan in the curriculum.  

What good could there be in this seemingly bad situation? Let's take a look at some 

of the possible 'silver lines' in this dark cloud of the ASUU strike.

           Students get a simulation of how life after graduation will be.

 Students often get so embroiled in the academic process and fail to seek the connection between what they are being taught in school and the 'real' world.

 More often than not, fresh graduates feel lost on how to navigate life after graduation. Dealing with the pressures that come with looking for a job, and keeping it sometimes can be really tough for most fresh graduates.

 This time of no academic activity provides ample opportunity for students to explore and engage in activities that simulate the work-life they will inevitably get into soon. Activities like volunteering, free- or paid-internship or even starting and running a business to gain entrepreneurial insights can go a long way in getting them ready for the work-life after they eventually graduate.

        Students have time to learn a skill

With the high rate of unemployment in the country today, it is a great risk as a student to graduate without having a skill.

 But for a regular Nigerian student, there is hardly enough free time and mental energy to dedicate to learning a skill with the school in session and the short span of the holidays do not seem to help much either.

 However, this period of no academic activity has provided an invaluable opportunity for students who wish to acquire a skill set to do so without having to worry about lagging in their academics. Opportunities like this do not come very often.

 While the prolonged strike by the academic staff union of universities is totally undesirable, it, however, bears with it an invaluable opportunity that can be exploited by those who seek to make the most of unfavourable situations.

 



 
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