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This article presents some examples of prehistoric novels. Authors: Site BTn ICEM and Roger Favry More Lavoisier great servant of the state In: Geo> History Economy September 2011 The scientist also played an important role in public life in the last years of the reign Louis XVI and the beginning of the Revolution. Authors: Site BTn ICEM and Marjolaine Billebault More Mrs.

Lavoisier In: Geo> History Science and Techno> Physical Sciences, Chemistry September 2011 We often forget the wives of famous people. Yet its presence and role are inseparable from work and her husband commitments. Authors: Site BTn ICEM and Marjolaine Billebault More

3 Results Trains and imagination In: Economics July 2011 The trains are part of our daily lives, but they are also fed our dreams, our fears, have inspired artists. This report addresses these various aspects. BT2 No.

284, Trains and imagination .pdf document in .pdf – 3.2 MB Authors: Site BT2 ICEM and Colette Hourtolle Read more 1 attachment Asthma: young people and their illness July 2011 this text, resulting from work and student research reflects their experiences with asthma, the knowledge that they and their comrades have this disease …… increasingly widespread.

Read the document as an attachment: BT2 214, Asthma, young people and their illness a document in .pdf – 4.1 MB You can also read the article on the history of the project 200 authors … … Authors: Site BT2 ICEM and Marjolaine Billebault Read more 1 attachment Frederic Joliot-Curie in: Science and Techno> physical Sciences, chemistry July 2011 This text is dedicated to the great physicist Frederic Joliot-Curie, he traces the stages of his life and his work.

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In: The Educator CEL For teachers review in February 1949 – You are wrong, scolded the old shepherd, keep so long in the stable your two kids, accustomed only to sleep warm behind their park, dining and the rack follow their mother or bleat as they feel lost in the bend of a bush … you see, when you join them to the flock they will not even be able to “follow”; they let the dogs bite, will break a leg on a scree, or lose in bars …

Life prepared by life. If you fear that your son dent forehead, tearing her apron, getting dirty fingernails and hands, may fall or drown, lock it in your comfortable living room, or keep it on a leash when out for fear that it would join too fast bands of children in the streets, in the gardens, among orchards and thickets, fearlessly pursue their elementary experiences.

Ask around its particular activity a series of barriers, such as the barn park will prevent your little man to play his muscles and senses. Choose carefully the speeches you intend for him and the books that will give him always false image, since it is only the image of that life that calls imperiously. And stay insensitive to the eyes of envy that he throws on forbidden activities like these kids who head between the bars tend their eyes and senses to nature that attracts …

Choose for him a well-conformist school , where no one will handle neither hammers nor test, where we will not dial to the printing press, where one does not rub off the ink roller, where it does not hurt to gouge slipping accidentally on the linoleum that matter, where one does not get dirty shoes in the mud paths or in the garden soil. Lessons and homework … Lessons Learned … That’s the spirit that encroutera vase …

You will then be surprised if your child is clumsy with his hands, hesitant in his games or his work, anxious and shy before the demands of stress, misaligned in a world where it is not enough to read and write but must apprehend him round the body, with decision and heroism. http://www.icem-freinet.fr/archives/educ/48-49/9/3.pdf Author Freinet Print
4 Results Lavoisier pneumatic chemistry (chemical gases) In: Science and Techno> Physical Sciences, Chemistry August 2011 This is the work for which his name is remembered.

But he discovered oxygen, or the composition of the water? Authors: Site BTn ICEM and Marjolaine Billebault More Lavoisier: Organic Chemistry In: Science and Techno> Physical Sciences, Chemistry August 2011 The learned through its work with colleagues and syntheses, enabled advances in this domain.

Authors: Site BTn ICEM and Marjolaine Billebault More Chemistry before Lavoisier In: Science and Techno> Physical Sciences, Chemistry August 2011 Some notions about the evolution of knowledge in chemistry until Lavoisier began working Authors : Site BTn ICEM and Marjolaine Billebault more Islamism, a form of fundamentalism in: Geo August 2011 Islamist violence often makes the “a” of the media, but there are other fundamentalisms. This BT2 published in 2000 analyzes the various aspects of Islam but also other violence inspired by religious fanaticism.

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Results 11 to 20 from 1034 results presentation GD 21 By Christine Bonnaud on 22/08/09 – 4:54 p.m. In Region Central East> GD 21 – Cote d’Or presentation of the group We are a GD consists of teachers primary and college. We meet every 1st Saturday of the month in our schools.

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pedagogiefreinet21.eklablog.fr/ Add Comment Read more woodpecker By Blain School on 09/11/09 – 24:22 In: Literature Science and Techno> Life Sciences and Earth The a length of 23 cm. The male is identified with the red stripe on his head.

Yann Antoine before 2005 1 comment Read more swifts For the School Blain 29/12/09 – 10:13 In: Literature Science and Techno> Life Sciences and Earth Length: 16.5 cm Voice: a “SRII-SRII” penetrating. flight speed: 160 km / h Nest: in cities. Lives: in the fields and gardens. Distinguishing features: The swifts hunt at night, and it is believed he is sleeping the night flying in the high layers of the atmosphere.

On the ground, by cons, this bird moves with difficulty. Benjamin before 2005 More For The slug Blain School on 29/12/09 – 10:12 In: Literature Science and Techno> Life Sciences and Earth  Measure your audience description: animal without shell granular skin color dark brick, brown or black. dimensions: the slug can grow up to 15 cm.

Habitat: edge of ditches, hedges, gardens. diet: herbaceous plants, fungi, leaves. Melissa before 2005 More Green Lizard By Blain School on 29/12/09 – 10:10 In: Literature Science and Techno> Life Sciences and Earth It measures 25 to 30 cm. He lives in dry rocks. It’s a reptile.

When it lays eggs, it must wait 2 to 3 months for the eggs to hatch. It can lay 5 to 20 eggs. He runs very fast. It hibernates from October to February / March. Sometimes rather south of France.

It eats insects, spiders, eggs, nestlings. Also sweet fruit. It’s green, it has a large tail. Guillaume Bastien before 2005 More wood door (caddis fly larva) By Blain School on 29/12/09 – 9:45 In: Literature Science and Techno> Life Sciences and Earth The larva rolls in debris and made his home, she closes the sleeve and is transformed inside.

Jeremy before 2005 More Squirrel For the School Blain 09/11/09 – 24:25 In: Literature Science and Techno> Life Sciences and Earth Dimensions: Length: 20 cm to 22 cm without the tail William before 2005 2 comments Read more the dragonfly larva by Blain School on 13/11/09 – 24:10 in: literature Science and Techno> life Sciences and Earth lives: stagnant waters (lakes, ponds, marshes, peat bogs).

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