An American teacher spent two days sitting in a class as a student and the results were posted on the Washington Post blog. This is what she learned from that experience…
Queen Elizabeth II did it!
It was reported that Queen Elizabeth sent her first tweet while visiting a museum…
Ben and David Crystal have released a book about the different accents of English around the World, by asking people just to say one word : potato. And the result is…amazing.
See it here
For the ones who think there only exists one English accent…
“Our accent is the most important index of identity that we’ve got. Everybody wants to say who they are and where they’re from. And the easiest and cheapest and most universal way of doing that is through their accent,” Crystal says. “There is no such thing as an ugly accent, like there’s no such thing as an ugly flower.”
Apprendre avec le numérique? Vaste question
Consultez cet article du Café Pédagogique :
School lunches all around the world
What do kids eat at school all around the world? Check here!
What kids eat for breakfast all around the world
In the New York Times, there is this beautiful article about what kids all around the world eat for breakfast…See here
Two journalists, Peter Menzel and Faith D’Aluisio, traveled the world documenting that most basic of human behaviors — what we eat. Their project, “Hungry Planet,” depicts everything that an average family consumes in a given week–and what it costs.
On Thursday, September 18th, 2014, the Scottish People will vote for or against its independence. All you need to know about this historical event is here.
This 30-year-old Scottish woman lost size 34 to size 8 within two years and became a fitness instructor!
see her story here