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sujet de Bac 2016 LV1 Anglais Liban

Friday, June 10th, 2016

ici

Sujet Bac 2016 Washington

Sunday, May 29th, 2016

Pour vous entraîner !

Anglais_LV1_bacgeneral WASHINGTON

sujets BAC 2016 Pondichery

Tuesday, April 26th, 2016

voici le sujet S/ES/L et  le sujet des séries technologiques, cela peut être un bon entrainement pour les élèves de LV2 des séries générales car il n’y en a pas à Pondichéry

 

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sujets Anglais bac 2015

Thursday, June 11th, 2015

Sans les corrigés mais en entraînement ! Ce sont des sujets série Générale des centres d’examen situés à l’étranger et qui ont déjà planché !

SujetBacAfOuest2015034

liban_SES_LV1_2015

s-es-l-anglais-lv2-2015-liban-sujet-officiel : ceci est un sujet LV2 : un  bon entraînement pr des STMG

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bon courage pour la dernière ligne droite !

sujets Bac 2015 Pondichéry

Sunday, April 19th, 2015

BAC_Technologique_Anglais

entrainez vous avec le sujet tombé à Pondichéry !

Bon courage !

SUJET AFRIQUE

Thursday, June 12th, 2014

Un sujet pr vous entraîner.

Bon courage ! Sujet_Anglais_AfriqueOuest

Entraînement ! Sujet LV2 Washington 2014

Friday, May 30th, 2014

sujet LV2 (toutes séries)

Washington ANGLAIS-LV2 WASHINGTON 2014

Bon courage !

SUJETS ENTRAINEMENT ECRIT

Tuesday, May 13th, 2014

les sujets de Pondichéry pr vous entraîner

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Et le corrigé proposé :

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mock exams are on the way !

Friday, February 7th, 2014

mock exams = bac blanc

–> revise and practice !

http://lewebpedagogique.com/englishblog83/2013/12/02/expression-ecrite/

http://lewebpedagogique.com/englishblog83/2013/01/15/conseils-pour-lexpression-ecrite-2/

http://lewebpedagogique.com/englishblog83/2013/01/15/methodologie-comprendre-une-consigne/

and : http://lewebpedagogique.com/englishblog83/2010/03/16/la-comprehension-ecrite-au-bac-methodologie/

http://lewebpedagogique.com/englishblog83/2010/05/08/revisions-fiches-utiles-consignes-vocabulaire-utile/

http://lewebpedagogique.com/englishblog83/2008/10/20/proverbs-in-english-quotations/

pour s’entraîner à la compréhension écrite ! http://lewebpedagogique.com/englishblog83/2012/03/21/15612/

des conseils : http://lewebpedagogique.com/englishblog83/2012/01/26/conseils-bac/

http://lewebpedagogique.com/englishblog83/2011/10/19/writing-a-dialogue-2/

 

Facebook ‘dead and buried’ as teens switch to Snapchat and Whatsapp

Tuesday, January 7th, 2014

Teens are embarrassed to even be associated with the social network as more and more parents attempt to ‘friend’ their children

eenagers are turning their back on Facebook ‘in their droves’ and switching to simpler social networks and messaging apps, new research has found.

Not only are 16-18 year olds moving on to rivals such as Snapchat, Whatsapp and even Twitter, teens are embarrassed to be so much as associated with Facebook, as their parents adopt the network, researchers said.

“Where once parents worried about their children joining Facebook, the children now say it is their family that insists they stay there to post about their lives,” said Daniel Miller, a Professor of Anthropology at University College London, who works on the Global Social Media Impact Study.

“Parents have worked out how to use the site and see it as a way for the family to remain connected. In response, the young are moving on to cooler things.

“What we’ve learned from working with 16-18 year olds in the UK is that Facebook is not just on the slide, it is basically dead and buried.”

Prof Miller, writing on academic news website the Conversation, added that the research found that “slick isn’t always best” as even the teenagers that took part in the study admitted that Facebook is technically better than its rivals.

“It is more integrated, better for photo albums, organising parties and more effective for observing people’s relationships,” he said, yet other factors are much more important  to teens – namely the fact they are likely to get a friend request from their mum on Facebook.

“You just can’t be young and free if you know your parents can access your every indiscretion,” he said.

“It is nothing new that young people care about style and status in relation to their peers, and Facebook is simply not cool anymore.”

Instead, rather than using the network to communicate with each other, teens use Facebook as a link to older family and older siblings who have gone to university.

“To prevent overgrazing as others beasts have occupied its terrain, Facebook has to feed off somewhere else. It has thereby evolved into a very different animal,” Prof Miller concluded.

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