Vous vous sentez un peu perdu quant à votre orientation post-bac?
Prenez le temps de vous balader sur le MOOC de la plateforme FUN (France Université Numérique) dédiés à l'aide à l'orientation pour les élèves de lycées.
Pour les classes de L en particulier, les MOOC suivant semblent particulièrement pertinents:
MOOC "Le droit est-ce pour moi ?"
MOOC "Projet Fac : les recettes pour réussir en Sciences Humaines"
mooc "Introduction à la psychologie à l’Université"
Certains MOOC ne seront accessibles qu'au printemps, par exemple le MOOC "La fac, est-ce pour moi ?" ou encore "Le métier d’étudiant : pour une adaptation réussie à l’université")
LIEN A SUIVRE: http://www.mooc-orientation.fr/
Will Greta Thunberg win the Nobel Peace Prize?
Barack Obama, Malala Yousafzai and Nelson Mandela are just some of the people who've been given one of the most famous prizes in the world - the Nobel Peace Prize.
It's a pretty nice thing to get because it's saying you've done amazing work to help bring good into the world.
It's not the only Nobel prize - there are others including Literature, Chemistry and Physics. Among the winners are famous scientists like Albert Einstein and Marie Curie.
The prize is named after Sweden's Alfred Nobel who's most famous for inventing dynamite - a bit strange when his most famous prize is for peace!
It's been given out since 1901 and this week we'll find out who's won for 2019. Climate campaigner Greta Thunberg is thought to have a good chance to get it!
Environmental activist Greta Thunberg furiously attacked world leaders at the United Nations on Monday for not doing more to tackle climate change, berating the assembled delegates and asking: “How dare you?” Greta, 16, who began the "climate strike" movement encouraging children to miss school to protest on Fridays, also launched legal proceedings against five countries on Monday, arguing that they did not prevent climate change despite being aware of the damage it does. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/
02 December 2019Do you fancy using an advent calendar in class in December as a cultural reference, but want to avoid the religious connection? How about using this fabulous December Kindness Calendar instead? Produced by British charity Action for Happiness, it encourages you to do a kind act each day, like counting your blessings or seeing how … Continue reading "Do Good in December"
22 October 2019Anyone who has read The Hobbit or The Lord of the Rings knows that JRR Tolkien was a past master at creating astonishing worlds and civilisations. A new exhibition in Paris shows that his published work was merely the tip of the iceberg. Detailed maps, chronologies, and dozens of illustrations give a glimpse of the … Continue reading "Tolkien’s World"
22 November 2019A Thanksgiving intergenerational project in the U.S.A. would make an excellent language activity anywhere. StoryCorps is an innovative oral history project that has been recording ordinary Americans having conversations with people they love since 2003. The concept is simple: the mobile StoryCorps recording booth sets up in a town. Anyone who wants to can come … Continue reading "Thanksgiving Stories"