The Handmaid’s Tale: Sneak Peek

Posted by Speakeasy News > Thursday 17 September 2020 >

We know many of you are patiently waiting for our Reading Guides for the books and films on the LLCER Terminale curriculum. We are going as fast as we can to produce them. To help you while you’re waiting, here is a sneak peak of the guide for Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale. Scroll down … Continue reading “The Handmaid’s Tale: Sneak Peek”

Table-top Shakespeare Free Streaming

Posted by Speakeasy News > Thursday 03 September 2020 > What's On

A couple of years ago, Sheffield-based Forced Entertainment brought the complete works of Shakespeare to the Festival d’automne in Paris: all 36 plays, each summarised by a single actor, using household objects. This autumn, the videos of the performances will be available in turn online. You can find the full schedule on Forced Entertainment’s site. … Continue reading “Table-top Shakespeare Free Streaming”

Teaching LLCER anglais monde contemporain

Posted by Speakeasy News > Monday 03 August 2020 > Pedagogy

If you’re teaching LLCER anglais contemporain this year, you haven’t had a lot of time to prepare. The curriculum was published too late for textbooks to be prepared for it. But we can help: check out our companion site for suggestions and lesson plans to use Shine Bright LLCER with AMC classes. Already on the … Continue reading “Teaching LLCER anglais monde contemporain”

Reading Guides LLCER Terminale

Posted by Speakeasy News > Monday 03 August 2020 > Pedagogy

Thank you to our many readers who answered our questionnaire on the works you plan to study with your students in LLCER Terminale. And the winners are… Our authors are busy preparing Reading Guides for the most popular works to help your students. Coming in November, two novels and two films: Dystopian novel The Handmaid’s … Continue reading “Reading Guides LLCER Terminale”

LLCER: quelles oeuvres pour vos Terminales ?

Posted by Speakeasy News > Thursday 18 June 2020 > Pedagogy

Vous avez été nombreux lors de notre webinar pour la spécialité LLCER de demander le programme limitatif d’oeuvres intégrales pour la Terminale. La liste a été publiée au BO du 21 mai 2020. Quelles oeuvres pensez-vous étudier avec vos élèves l’année prochaine ? Le programme de LLCER précise que 3 œuvres intégrales, dont 2 œuvres littéraires … Continue reading “LLCER: quelles oeuvres pour vos Terminales ?”

Everything You Wanted to Know About Shine Bright LLCER

Posted by Speakeasy News > Tuesday 02 June 2020 > Pedagogy

Toutes les informations sur Shine Bright LLCER cycle terminal en quatre étapes faciles. Step 1: cette vidéo explicative de 4 minutes: les thèmes, les séquences de taille variée, les outils numériques, la préparation au baccalauréat, le progamme limitatif d’oeuvres… Step 2: Cliquez sur les liens ci-dessous pour le feuilletage, l’extrait du livre du prof, etc. … Continue reading “Everything You Wanted to Know About Shine Bright LLCER”

Meet the Authors: Shine Bright Webinars

Posted by Speakeasy News > Thursday 07 May 2020 > Pedagogy

Les auteurs de Shine Bright Terminale and LLCE cycle terminal ont répondu à vos questions lors de deux webinaires en ligne.  > Mercredi 13/05 à 17 h : Corinne Escales et Lynda Itouchène : Comment adapter l’enseignement de l’anglais à tous les profils de classe avec Shine Bright Terminale ? Merci à tous ceux qui ont assisté … Continue reading “Meet the Authors: Shine Bright Webinars”

Staging Emotions: West Side Story

Posted by Speakeasy News > Tuesday 28 April 2020 >

An online class about West Side Story would be great for students studying Shine Bright LLCE File 13 “Staging Emotions”,  or the film West Side Story, which is on the list of oeuvres intégrales for LLCE Première. Or any class interested in musicals, Puerto Rico or Romeo and Juliet. “Amour et rêve américain : quand la … Continue reading “Staging Emotions: West Side Story”

1917

Posted by Speakeasy News > Friday 31 January 2020 >

The new World War I drama from director Sam Mendes, 1917, unfolds in real-time, tracking a pair of British soldiers as they cross the Western Front on a desperate rescue mission. Soldiers Blake and Schofield  must travel nine miles across the treacherous war zone to deliver orders to stop a regiment attacking enemy lines within … Continue reading “1917”