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In: The slice of life Educator For teachers review in April 1984 common number with the Pedagogical Papers http://www.icem-freinet.fr/archives/educ/83-84/9-10/63.pdf Author: Robert Daniel Print
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In: The editorial Educator For teachers review in April 1984 common number with the Pedagogical Papers http://www.icem-freinet.fr/archives/educ/83-84/9-10/edito.pdf Authors: Director of ICEM and Henri Isabey Print Committee
By School of Guerche on 13/12/10 - 10:39 In: Exploration, French tour Saturday morning at 8 o'clock, I'll have my breakfast. After 10 H I go to the battery (in the rain, walking). At the end of my course, Florent Thomas, Mickael and I were on the djembe. Then Tom Lillian came to get me, we came back. We played the Xbox 360. After Tom Lillian and me and then his whole family went to eat. Then we went to handball with my friends. After the game (we won, of course, 19 to 14), Tom, Lillian, Maxime and I have put the points and time in large sign for the next match. Then we bought and ate candy. Then we left. We then played to the router and then we ate. Loic 2010-2011
In: The Educator For teachers review Movements> Freinet movement> Life ICEM April 1984 common number with the Cahiers Pedagogical http://www.icem-freinet.fr/archives/educ/83-84/9-10 /67-70.pdf Print
3 Results Clotilde Aubelle, artist Benais By Jacqueline on 03/08/17 - 10:57 p.m. In: Gr. Arts and Creations testimony Arts> Visual Arts Teaching Principles> term-creation creations online review No. 233 "poetic Collages" announced in the New Educator No. 233 - Publication: June 2017 Clotilde Aubelle, artist collagiste Add comment more Tear, paste, dictate the Benais By Jacqueline 03/08/17 - 10:45 p.m. in: Gr Arts and Creations Arts testimony. > Arts teaching Principles> term-creation creations Journal online No. 233 "poetic Collages" announced in the New Educator No. 233 - Publication: June 2017 single kindergarten class, nursery School, St. Point (Saone et Loire) - Teacher: Marie-Pierre Carraud Add comment Read more poetic games, collages and put in boxes by Jacqueline Benais on 03/08/17 - 10:36 p.m. in: Gr. Arts and Creations Arts testimony > Arts Teaching Principles> term-creation creations online review No. 233 "poetic Collages" announced in the New Educator No. 233- Published: June 2017 Anne Roy, educational consultant in visual arts, Saone et Loire Schools Victor Hugo and Clos Jovet Autun need help with statistics
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1 result Results The practice of printing illustration techniques, record # 1 In: document preparation technical Building Pedagogical Eastern edited by a Departmental Group For teachers review Arts> Visual Arts in November 2000 No. 319-320 from November to December 2000 Layout: Lucien Buessler Duplication: Monique Bolmont Installation and routing Francis Bothner Management: Bernard Mislin Author Martine Dubail
By Katina Ieremiadis on 13/12/10 - 3:52 p.m. In: Gr Arts and testimony Creations Arts> Visual Arts Arts> Poetry pedagogical principles> term-creation creations online review No. 201 "POETRY FROSTED" announced in the New Educator. 201 - Published: February 2011 classes 4th, College Andre Lahaye, Andernos (Gironde) - Teacher: Philippe Geneste the nonsensical poetry in college classes to a pedagogy of the imagination in nonsensiques poems associated classes achievements 4th of another college on the theme "Creativity and pretense" (for more on this work: click here) the nonsensical poetry is already in the Middle ages in poetry based on the cock to the ass ( listed by the rhetoricians of the late Middle ages and Renaissance) and other processes of the carnival literature whose enumeration dear to Rabelais, or neologisms. The allography (transposition of a text in other words, as wear charades and riddles) antilogy (ie the combination of two contradictory ideas), dissociation (a uniting theme and are about incompatible, that is to say, a kind of antilogie at the sentence), erasing object (a bladeless knife he misses the sleeve), the polyglossia, are processes which carry or may carry the text of nonsense. When talking about nonsensical poetry, you immediately think of Lewis Carroll. The latter being a recognized logician, it will be the reader to understand that behind the nonsense rules hiding. And that's where I went. For several years, I make students limericks. So I asked the poems of five lines, multiplying the appeal to the processes mentioned in the paragraph above: anthology, etc. My model was the book E. Lear, without meaning Poems (Aubier-Flammarion, 1974), translated and introduced by Henri Parisot is, also, one that translated Lewis Carroll in the Pleiades, and pages 235 to 242 of book A. Duchesne and Th. Legay Little paper, in Magnard, 1991. the pleasure generated by the poems obtained the pleasure of saying that crosses the level of students in French, pushed me to look for other processes Similar. Thus I came to the nonsensical poetry I write one word and without a hyphen. But if for the limerick, I went directly from the writings of students for longer poems, I felt the need to rely on a formal frame. Suddenly, the opportunity was too good, I decided to get students in a slice of the history of poetry is born in England in the nineteenth century. A review, remarkably edited (Full Song No. 14 of 1983 4euros - Full Song 16120 Bassac) precisely offers several poems of William Brighty Rands (1823-1880). Less known than Lear or Carroll Brighty Rands belonged to this school of nonsensical poetry which is not unrelated to that of nursery rhymes (Carroll enough to understand). He published two collections Lilliput Levee in 1864 and Lilliput readings in 1871. The poems collected by Plein Chant are from the first collection. I still had to find a suitable educational device. Very quickly I headed towards collective poetry, saying that the confrontation would allow to flourish laughter and humor and motivate the lexical search, syntax or rhetoric by the group to go further. But for there to be collective poetry, we must, of course, there are personal contributions of each student. Moreover, I find very boring collective texts -on never really know in the end what is the part of students, the teacher-e, from everyone at last. So I searched for a formula to combine the two approaches writing in short, a collective poem where each writer would have at heart to develop his poetry from the collective work. So I adopted the following device Next year, I will continue working on the nonsensical poetry. Besides the magazine Plein Chant, I will build on the work and Rabutes Clignettes: many limericks, rhymes, joy and jubilation: "Tire Tire Pompon / It will take twenty coils / To get out of the mine / A big bag of charcoal / to cook / with Hawthorn / And return the sheep "is the maxim" the best way to clear the mind of caring hands "... writing for example. Geneste Philippe testimonies Summary nonsensical poetry, writing Print Add comment
By School of Guerche on 13/12/10 - 10:43 In: Dating, exchanges French Once in a class there were 22 students. One day the students went to see a museum.

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