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Le manuel en ligne des anglicistes

 
"Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire"
William Butler Yeats



Bienvenue sur le workbook de La Clé des langues, un manuel en ligne alliant documents pédagogiques et ressources universitaires. Toutes les pages de ce site sont accessibles aux enseignants comme aux élèves afin que chacun puisse développer ses connaissances selon ses besoins et ses envies. Les séquences proposées s’appuient sur les quatre notions du nouveau programme du cycle terminal : mythes et héros, espaces et échanges, lieux et formes du pouvoir, l’idée de progrès.

Le projet workbook est le premier manuel en ligne produit avec le soutien de la Direction Générale de l’Enseignement Scolaire. Il repose sur un travail collaboratif et évolutif. Tout enseignant est libre d’envoyer ses suggestions ou même de proposer une nouvelle séquence pédagogique en contactant le responsable de La Clé des langues à l’adresse suivante : cle-anglais[at]ens-lyon.fr

 

Les auteurs :
Kédem Ferré, Fabien Jeannier, Isabelle Bénigno, Emilie Michaux, Clifford Armion, Vincent Arimondo

Précis grammatical
Jean-Pierre Gabilan
Université de Savoie

Précis de phonétique
Manuel Jobert et Natalie Mandon
Université Lyon III

Chef de projet :
Clifford Armion - ENS de Lyon
 

A dream come true?

- Barack Obama's Inaugural Address
A study of Barack Obama's Inaugural Address
Pronunciation of the -ED suffix
- Randall Kennedy on Obama's victory
An American Law professor at Harvard University comments on Obama's victory and inauguration
Grammar, WOULD
- Mr Brainwash's wall painting
A work of street art dealing with Obama's election and the Civil Rights movement.

Sectarianism in Glasgow

- Glasgow stadia
Two photographs that exemplify religious sectarianism in Glasgow.
- Ken Loach, Ae Fond Kiss
A study of a scene from Ken Loach's film
Pronunciation of the vowel [i]
- Divisions in Glasgow go well beyond football
A press article from The Guardian
Grammar, THE PASSIVE FORM


Environmental issues: degrowth and progress

- Oil consumption in the US
A cartoon from The Economist
(Kevin Kallaugher)
- Sustainable energy and economic degrowth
A text by Peter Ainsworth
Grammar, PRETERIT/PRESENT PERFECT
- What can we do to avert climate change?
A short film by the Environmental Protection Agency
Pronunciation of the letter <a>


Aboriginal Australians and the white population

- Sally Morgan, Citizenship
A print by Sally Morgan, an Australian Aboriginal author and artist.
- Benang reflects on his ancestors
An extract from Kim Scott's second novel dealing with the dislocation and reconstruction of aboriginal identity.
Grammar, PAST TENSES - USED TO
- 'Mr Neville says No'
An extract from the film Rabbit Proof Fence
Word stress, the <-i.ty> ending

Internet: the end of privacy?

- Net dangers
An Australian campaign warning about the hidden dangers of the internet
- The end of forgetting
An article on the social media by Jeffrey Rosen
Grammar, GENITIF ET ASSEMBLAGES EN "OF"
- Sharing information: a day in your life
A short film by the Federal Trade Commission
Intonation in WH- questions


Reclaiming space in New York City

- Time Square - Before and After
The changing face of an urban icon
- The 9/11 memorial, an ambitious renunciation
An interview with Clifford Chanin, 9/11 museum
Phonetics, the -ion rule
- Paul Auster, The Brooklyn Follies
An extract from Paul Auster's novel
Grammar, THE PRESENT
 
 
 

Angela Davis: becoming an icon

- Angela Davis posters
Free Angela posters and Shepard Fairey artwork
- Free Angela and All Political Prisoners
Free Angela trailer
Phonetics, the nuclear stress
- Negotiating the Transformations of History
Extract from Angela Davis's The Meaning of Freedom
Grammar, THE GENITIVE
 
 
 

Madness in Shakespeare (LELE)

- Macbeth: Conveying madness through language
Denial of nature / The sleepwalking scene
Lady Macbeth, by Henry Fuseli, 1781-1784
- Ophelia's lyrical madness in Hamlet
Witnessing and reporting Ophelia's madness
John Everett Millais's Ophelia, 1852
- Feigned and real madness in King Lear
Insanity as a disguise / Satire
William Dyce's King Lear and The Fool in the Storm, 1851
 
 
 
 
mise à jour le 24 mars 2014
Créé le 28 janvier 2011
ISSN 2107-7029
DGESCO Clé des Langues