Outils pour le confinement : élèves aux besoins éducatifs particuliers

Posted by Speakeasy News > Monday 06 April 2020 > Pedagogy

Enseigner à distance est déjà un défi. Enseigner à des élèves aux besoins éducatifs particuliers peut sembler d’autant plus difficile. Heureusement les enseignants dans ce domaine utilisent déjà avec leurs élèves de nombreux outils qui peuvent s’avérer utiles pendant le confinement. En faisant le tour des sites académiques, nous avons trouvé plusieurs pistes différentes : L’équipe … Continue reading “Outils pour le confinement : élèves aux besoins éducatifs particuliers”

Assurer la continuité pédagogique

Posted by Speakeasy News > Monday 23 March 2020 > Pedagogy

Du jour au lendemain, on a demandé à tous les enseignants de France de se transformer en professeur « virtuel ». Défi difficile mais relevé grâce à la créativité individuelle et collective des enseignants qui trouvent des solutions astucieuses adaptées à leur environnement et à leurs élèves. Pour vous aider, voici quelques suggestions d’ordre pratique. … Continue reading “Assurer la continuité pédagogique”

New Free Resources A1+-B1

Posted by Speakeasy News > Thursday 06 February 2020 > Pedagogy

New videos, articles and interactive activities at levels A1+-B1 have been added to the Banque de ressources numériques d’anglais Cycle 4. Why not head over and discover them? Fifteen new videos have been added. For A1+ there are five new videos with themed science experiments. Great for the present simple and imperatives. Find out all … Continue reading “New Free Resources A1+-B1”

Reading Guides for Your Students

Posted by Speakeasy News > Friday 20 December 2019 > Pedagogy

We promised them and here they are. Our first four Reading Guides are available for books on the 1ère LLCER curriculum by Edgar Allan Poe, George Orwell, Harper Lee and Mark Haddon. Designed for class or home use, they will help pupils successfully meet the challenge of reading their first full fictional works in English. … Continue reading “Reading Guides for Your Students”

Halloween Competition

Posted by Speakeasy News > Friday 25 October 2019 > Pedagogy

Have some Halloween fun and you could win books for your class! Spin the one-armed bandit of terror and see if you win a class set of Pump it up language workbooks, literature Reading Guides, Speakeasy Files and more! The nights are drawing in and ghosts are taking to the air. It’s time for all … Continue reading “Halloween Competition”

War Horse Play in Paris

Posted by Speakeasy News > Friday 20 September 2019 > Pedagogy

One of the biggest successes in British theatre in recent years will be on stage in Paris for the first time in November and December. The National Theatre’s production of War Horse by Michael Morpurgo is an emotional rollercoaster of a story about a teenage boy and his horse during the First World War. The … Continue reading “War Horse Play in Paris”

Language and Literature: English Speciality

Posted by Speakeasy News > Wednesday 31 July 2019 > Pedagogy

Are you teaching LLCER this year? We can help! Shine Bright 1e has four sequences covering both themes. Look out for LLCER resources on Speakeasy-news. And in November we’ll be publishing reading guides to four of the literary works on the curriculum. Watch our video to find out more!   You can find up-to-date resources … Continue reading “Language and Literature: English Speciality”