Wednesday, February 4, 2015

January rundown of the most read posts

Google doodle Bécassine

Two days ago, on February 2, 2015, Google celebrated the 110th anniversary of the first cartoon woman character. The French and lovely Bécassine  by Émile-Joseph-Porphyre Pinchon was published on 2 February 1905 in the first magazine for girls La Semaine de Suzette.

« Je suis Bécassine ! ». Bécassine la petite bonne bretonne, naïve, pleine de bonne volonté et d’énergie, est née en 1905, sous la forme d’une planche réalisée en dernière minute afin de permettre le bouclage du premier numéro du magazine. Elle ne reparut dans la revue qu’un peu plus tard pour répondre aux demandes des lectrices.

Planche de Bécassine

You will find a complete post about Bécassine on my blog for my students in French foreign language. I hope you will love her ! She broke gender barrier at the time.

As well, at the end of every month I put together a list of the most popular posts of January. You will find posts written in English, and French.

Here my list of the most popular posts of the month :

Education : International Year of Light 2015 

Enfants du monde en danger : vont-ils à l'ecole? 

Teaching the Holocaust : digital resources 

Talking about freedom of Expression in School 

Education : Asteroid to Fly Earth safety on 26 Jan 

Reading at school : Vsevolod Nestayko & Google doodle 

Éducation : On parle Angoulême 2015 ? 

Education : TELL Awards, submit your project ! 

Wherever you are, I hope you are enjoying your teaching and are doing an incredible job with your students. 

Perhaps inspired from one or two of my posts? I think so! Numbers are great!
I'm back to posting the normal roundup this week.



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