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It soon becomes essential for all involved to keep good control of events.

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Author: Raymond Mauricette Read more in collective text: The Breach CEL For teachers review educational principles> term-creation Pedagogical Principles> Communication> correspondence in February 1976 Collective text How do you practice the collective text? wonder Jacques Brunet, on receipt of our first collective text sent to our correspondents 5th. It’s true that I never thought to share this very fruitful release track that we use frequently in the 5th and 3rd when we want to get us out of individual creation and do a little party with us. Author: Janou Lemery More Our trip to Haguenau In: The Breach CEL For Teachers Review French pedagogical principles> Cooperation Teaching Principles> Communication> correspondence teaching techniques> exit, travel, tour in February 1976 OUR TRIP TO HAGUENAU all started with a correspondence between two sixth classes Haguenau and Grand Quevilly in 74/75. Just before the Christmas holidays, students of Andre Sprauel asked us if we agreed to correspond with them. Authors: Andre and Huguette Sprauel Galtier Read more 1 2 3 next> last »
3 Results telematics Messaging and write in: French Gossip For teachers review French> Scripture-reading teaching Principles> Communication pedagogical principles> Communications> ICT> Telematics Education Principles> Communication> correspondence in June 2011 Telematics is with the newspaper the media of ‘WRITTEN. If sometimes, too often, school newspapers are diverted from their communication function, it is not possible that the writing used in telematics serve anything but convey information …………………. Roger Beaumont ……………………. Read the article in .pdf The writing, information medium to transmit ever, including Freinet we have succeeded in creating an environment as strong and as real as telematics correspondence networks. Even in the circuits of newspapers, it was not easy for many children and even for entire classes to understand that their productions were written to convey information, they were made to convey information. Only natural correspondence circuits had used “GERBES” in this sense. In a computer network, it is imperative to disseminate information that will motivate writing. More importantly, the system constraints will force children rigorously analyze the purpose of the information they will spread, whether it is to inform on his own productions, his own life, whether he is responding to requests, either that it is to seek clarification, etc … this writing is also closely linked to what has been read before (other messages, diaries, letters, scrapbooks, etc …), directed (surveys, work, etc. ..), or lived (life of the child, class, village, etc …). This analysis seems to exclude the poetic and creative fields, to reduce the exchanges at the utility, but practice daily shows that it is not. However, it must be understood that what we could t call writing telematics can not and should not be an exclusive tool. It fits in its place, in the range of communication tools that convey information. I1 accompanies the full in the life of the network, but does not replace them. One can not blame him a so-called poverty will make it produce what other carriers are successful: written correspondence, written poems, writings albums, written papers, etc … The advantage of writing telematics is its peculiarity II demand brevity in this capacity, small admirably found and it is sometimes difficult to recognize the age of an author’s message, which helps to break the barriers between the different levels. The management and the drafting of a message are no longer related to a field of competence, but an area of ??interest where a complete change of space, power -from among children. Examples of writing messages in a CP-EC1. Two possible cases: – the need to transmit information arises during a collective discussion and the message is written by the group and noted in the telematics correspondence notebook that is always available in the classroom; – a child decides to react to information or to broadcast an appeal and in this case he wrote it on a small form that then slides into the collective notebook. When a message is a whole class of communication, it is not signed; otherwise the author identifies his work, allowing direct communication between children of different classes leading in many cases to a written and drawn correspondence. Telematics, everyday tool When the network reaches a certain extent, when the class is centered around the communication, there is a significant amount of information to manage. It soon becomes essential for all involved to keep good control of events. The correlation of information to convey the meaning of the writing and interpretation that will be made homework helper
must be rigorous. This close link between expression and thought is not clear, and there are few situations where we should be as aware. Currently, the mail does not easily allow the development of the form of writing. However there should be a technical developments and pending, achieving teletext pages for the newspaper telematics allows it to go much further in the forms and with all new constraints for the mind. Preparing a page teletext This preparation takes place offline, or with the help of special software, or on a piece of graph paper with teletext standards, cost / time factor is eliminated. But the realization will be confronted with a number of requirements in the Media: A telematics page is not writing, the reader does not have much time to grasp the information conveyed. Brevity necessary is no longer the lack of space, but one that should allow the reader to understand and quickly. The choice of words, their place in the page layout in space, their size, shape, color, everything must allow the reader to take a look at what is important to him transmit Nothing to do with the traditional writing to be read only by the teacher! Preparation teletext pages in a CP-EC1 First we chose the idea that we want to convey. Then we wrote the text still very short in order to play on the font size and pluspossible away from stereotyping messages. Each child then illustrates the idea that was chosen on a white sheet. The winning design is the one that offers the best compromise between the constraints of the standard teletext, the idea to promote the visual and hooking the potential reader. Text and drawings are then plotted on a grid that is sent in a stamped envelope to the server (see pages on ITAC performed by classes of Pollionnay and Moussac) This work uses all the skills of the child, not just those traditionally associated with writing, but also those related to the perception of space as in the continuous succession of pages of a telematics Journal, the reader will focus on those that will hang his eye. Each writing is in competition with others. Nothing will be forgiven, the thick pages, unclear, unattractive, will not be played. This form of writing is very similar to that of advertising but with a huge difference: this is not a slogan that must penetrate the minds of readers but the real information; the goal is not to convince but to be understood. Author: Roger Beaumont More Trade fax In: French Gossip For teachers review French> Scripture-reading teaching Principles> Communication Pedagogical Principles> Communication> CTBT> Fax teaching Principles> Communication> correspondence in June 2011 FAX enters the Reading class Article .pdf Author: Denise Fouquer more Telematics and in reading: French Gossip For teachers review French> Scripture-reading Science and Techno> Technology teaching Principles> communication pedagogical principles> cooperation teaching Principles> communication> correspondence in June 2011 the use of telematics in the context of a communication network puts children in a stronger reading situations that is despite a general style that many would describe as uniform and despite the brevity of the messages and the little information that each contains.