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Et dès maintenant, vous pouvez feuilleter intégralement les manuels de 2nde, de 1ère, de Terminale et de LLCE cycle terminal. Et accéder aux informations sur la collection.
The Design Museum in London has announced the winners of the 2020 Beazley Designs of the Year, honouring see-saws connecting children on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border, improvised brick arches created by Hong Kong protesters and vegan burgers. The Beazley awards don’t only consider aesthetics and user experience. They look at the bigger picture … Continue reading “Design as Activism Honoured in Beazley Awards”
The educational TV channel Lumni is offering the Jerome Robbins and Robert Wise film of West Side Story free to stream for collège and lycée classes. The film of the musical comedy by Bernstein, Sondheim and Robbins is a reworking of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, with the Capulets and Montagues being replaced by rival gangs … Continue reading “West Side Story Free for Classes”
It’s always lovely to see students’ work. Here are some diary entries pupils wrote as their final task in a sequence from Shine Bright Terminale: File 4 Masters and Servants. In this sequence, in Axe 2 Private Space and Public Space, students considered to what extent private and public spaces are codified by British society. … Continue reading “Your Students Have Talent: Masters and Servants”
Discover films, class visits and talks on New Orleans, Louisiana and Southern literature thanks to the Travelling Film Festival and the Institut Franco-Américan in Rennes. New Orleans is the star of this year’s festival, which is going ahead despite cinemas being closed. In fact, it’s even being extended for classes in Ile-et-Vilaine: film showings and … Continue reading “Discover Louisiana”
When it was announced that its famous Mardi Gras parades were being cancelled because of Covid restrictions, New Orleans residents decided to find new ways to honour the tradition. Mardi Gras celebrations are an important part of Louisiana’s French heritage, and normally attract tourists from around the world. Mardi Gras kicks off King Day (Twelfth … Continue reading “Making Mardi Gras Covid-Safe in New Orleans”
The American Library in Paris is continuing to run “evening with an author” events despite the curfew. And the advantage is you can tune in for free from anywhere, and there’s no limit on numbers. On 16 February, it will feature an interview with Pulitzer-prizewinning historian Fredrik Logevall on his biography of John Fitzgerald Kennedy. … Continue reading “Online Talk About President Kennedy”
Rendez-vous sur le site compagnon du futur manuel Shine Bright AMC pour trois sujets type bac utilisables pour le contrôle continu, un pour chaque thématique du programme de Terminale. Avec l’annulation des épreuves et le passage au contrôle continu, les auteurs de Shine Bright AMC ont voulu proposer ces 3 sujets clé en main et … Continue reading “Sujets type bac clé en main pour la spécialité AMC”
The judges of this year’s Costa Book Awards in the UK chose two writers from the Caribbean island nation Trinidad and Tobago as winners in the best novel, best first novel and book of the year categories. Monique Roffey won both the novel and the overall book of the year category for The Mermaid of … Continue reading “Tale of the Sea from Trinidad”
The Buddha of Suburbia, by Hanif Kureishi, one of the novels proposed as an oeuvre intégrale on the LLCER Terminale curriculum, deals with many themes that are relevant to students today: the search for identity, race, and racism and integration. These exercises, based on the first four chapters of the novel, will prepare students for … Continue reading “Studying “The Buddha of Suburbia” in LLCER”
Australia started the new year with a change in its national anthem designed to be more inclusive of all Australians. On 31 December, Conservative Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced the change of a single word that is heavy with significance. The words of “Advance Australia Fair” included the line “For we are young and free”. … Continue reading “Change in Australia’s National Anthem to Reflect Indigenous Heritage”