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Meine Mama | Thursday, March 17, 2005 Life and death of the „common core“ …

Thursday, March 17, 2005 Life and death of the „common core“ …

Thursday, March 17, 2005 Life and death of the "common core" … In the government plan , adopted by the National Assembly, the "core knowledge" includes the mastery of the French language, the main elements of mathematics, a humanistic and scientific culture, the use of at least one foreign language, mastery of information technology and communication. In the discussion in the Senate a socialist amendment had expanded the base by setting "six goals", including "the knowledge of the rules of the Republic, the cultural, physical and sports practices, technological objectives and the objectives of learning to build the citizenship of students. " Very opposed to this new wording, Fillon asked the removal of this measure of his bill. So there is more to the moment of "common core" … Also mention two issues around the school and adolescents. Le Parisien devoted its day done with tags and graffiti. 20 minutes and Ouest-France interested in sleeping teenagers during the "sleep day." Yes, there is a sleep day and today. Good night and good … … Play … —————————————- —— Liberation 17/03/05 Nothing seen … ——————————– ————- Le Figaro 17/03/05 School: the Senate removes the common basis senators rejected today, when considering the orientation bill school of the future, the key measure of the text that defines a common core of knowledge that had been radically altered by the adoption of an amendment surprise of the PS. Read more of the article CHRONIC Michel Schifres age Question May 68 he was a "rite of passage"? The question was never asked. She would have been that the response would have been negative. Is that this movement on class struggle bottom and alliance with the proletariat, aspired to something else. The intention was charming: he wanted to bring down the bourgeoisie and devote themselves to the revolution. It was not anything. The students of the moment do not have this ambition. Besides, what is it? As much to tell them. Nobody understands nothing to their claims. No more than explanations. One of their spokespersons felt that the Fillon reform, their nemesis was "empty" and so was all the more necessary to combat it. This logic reflects a revolutionary spirit. It prevents. To believe many, no alarm bell should be rung. The strike, the demonstration, the revolt would be a rite of passage from youth to adulthood and the sign of integration into society. […] Read more of the article —— ————————————- Humanity of 17/03/05 "This is too serious for giving up "(16 March) This is slightly fewer than last week, under a blazing sun, framed by a larger number of adults, and in a much calmer atmosphere, the students demonstrated by the thousands in Paris. "High school students angry, we will not let it go," chanted young people came on foot from various districts of Paris, shouting "resistance." Near the Republic Square, all metro mouths were filtered by CRS cords, ubiquitous upstream and downstream of the procession. For this third mobilization, while the review of the framework law began in the Senate, the Independent and Democratic Federation schoolgirl (LDIFs) announced 20,000 protesters in the capital. Read more of the article "A real alternative to the project Fillon" (16 March) Rapporteur of the Communist group, Republican and Citizen on draft Fillon law, Annie David is part of the collective school PCF which drafted a proposal-cons this text. Read more of the article Doc refuses to be banished (16 March) The staff of the National Center for Educational Documentation (CNDP) has refused for two years its relocation to Chasseneuil-du-Poitou (Vienne), wanted by the government. Read more of the article CAPES not turn round (16 March) Four hundred twenty-six candidates northerners CAPES and mathematics CAFEP were deprived of compass in the geometry test on March 9, so that it was allowed in the other examination centers. The Rector explained that the supervisors of examination centers of Hellemmes and Villeneuve d’Ascq (Nord), in the suburbs of Lille, had banned the use of the compass, because it "was not in the authorized equipment lists. " Read more of the article Fewer, still noisy (16 March) In Maurice Utrillo school in Stains (Seine-Saint-Denis), mobilization stopped collecting as many students at first, but the motivation of the steadfast remain. Read more of the article Words of students in the event of Rennes "In high school Chateaubriand, they just renovate the gym, so it was better than the chest where I was last year in Gagny Seine -St Denis ! "Sylvain, eighteen, terminal L can not believe this difference in treatment. "Castle" with its students prep twice as likely as high school students, is a listed property in Rennes. "Here, the elite is formed," even think Sylvain. He added: "It is illogical to see that depending on the location, there is no equal opportunity. Although it is also a question of will. It is sure that with more space given to continuous monitoring, it will further increase the difference in value of the tray. " Read the rest of the article —————————————— ———- Le Parisien 17/03/05 tags, a scourge that costs more expensive for the first time, the RG analyze the phenomenon of tags continuously increasing. According to their report, graffiti contributes to a climate of insecurity and cost a fortune to SNCF, municipalities and individuals Read more of the article Graffiti with "artworks" RG The report differentiates graffiti, tags and graffiti. Read more of the article "The pleasure of doing something risky" urle is his signature. At 20, this tagger Marne-la-Vallee just saw the dark. Student in fine arts at a Paris university, he takes all the risks with a passionate band like him. His weapon: spray paint. Many of the sector police are desperate to pin it. Among her favorite media: the old railway line that exposes better than anyone the works prohibited under the travelers. He agreed to share his adrenaline. Read more of the article The old Montpellier disfigured Twice a day, the antitags commandos green heaven company are patrolling in different areas of the city: ten vehicles, twenty anti-graffiti specialists that erase what has been tagged , especially at night and in the city center. "To achieve hold the walls of the own city, we use all the techniques: painting, hydrogommage brushing … Some facades are covered with a special resin for easy cleaning. But this coating is expensive. So every day he must scrape the stones, "said Robert Ripoll, green Sky boss. Read more of the article VOICE EXPRESS What do you think of the tags in transit Charles R. 47 YEARS TEACHER MONTGERON (91) "It’s incivility, a total lack of respect for people and property collective. But I am not to inflict these vandals a fine or prison. Should be required to clean an entire ream of RER.On said tags are a form of expression for young people from disadvantaged neighborhoods. Yet I have seen the action of teens who were not at all disadvantaged air! " Read the rest of the article —————————————— —— the Cross of Nothing seen … 17/03/05 ——————————- —————– 20 minutes from 17/03/05 teens, poor sleep students A third of teenagers drowsy on awakening or in the day. Sunrises difficult, irritability, school delays are among the many problems caused by a disturbed rest. To understand this phenomenon, the fifth Sleep Day is organized today in five hospitals and medical centers in the Ile-de-France. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —— West of France 17/03/05 the "sleep debt" A young French teens three feels sleepy in the morning on waking. One in ten is really in the day due to chronic sleep deprivation. These are the main findings of a survey unveiled at the 5th National Day of sleep. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —— Le Monde 18/03/05 Google is not the end of history, by Renaud Donnedieu de Vabres There are some weeks burst like a thunderclap in the digital sky, announcement that a US server powerful, efficient, popular, would digitize and provide online 15 million pounds from the heritage preserved by some of the most prestigious imperial libraries. The event takes place in an intellectual and cultural climate where the digitization of documents and works appears as the key to all problems. That of access to works that make scanning easy, pleasant, free and preferably free. That of the use of libraries, who would find new audiences and new missions through digital broadcasting. In short, as Francis Fukuyama prophesied unwisely, after Alexandre Kojeve, the "end of history", the new oracles of digitization would have found thanks to Google, the utopian culmination of many years of effort, research … and cultural policy. […] the direct and automatic access to knowledge enabled by the search engines can neither be exclusive or question the essential role in the culture and education, mediators and smugglers. I do not think the only access key to our culture or automatic classification by popularity, which made homeworkfor.me reviews
the success of Google. When we so justly famous Foucault’s memory, as Sartre and other thinkers of our modernity, I almost embarrassment to remember that knowledge in libraries does not engage in himself. In its thickness, density, complexity, it makes screen itself. You must dig, excavate, restore, prioritize. Read More Article Magazine "Citato" provides students an overview of the press be a taste preservation tool for reading between childhood and adulthood, such is the ambition of Citato magazine released 172 000 copies (OJD figures), which places each month available to students in 1300 schools a selection of articles in various publications, on all topics in the news. A vocation was born from a simple observation: "There is a big gap between the young press, to read 15-16 years, and the adult press, which is generally addresses beginning graduate studies or working" says Mehdi Lounis, editor and co-founder, with Franck Tirlot to Citato. To ease the transition, both in their thirties decide to create a magazine that makes you want to read to students. They choose to launch on the occasion of the 2004 edition of the Press Week in the school, to emphasize their commitment to the event. This year, the editorial staff of the magazine has renewed its interest in helping to manufacture the high school newspaper Journal of Aquitaine, part of which incorporates the principle of Citato. A concept developed around a common desire: to showcase the main wealth of the French press, its diversity. Citatosera a review of press commentary, inspired by the example of Courrier International, targeted at a young audience. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- – Posted by Watrelot on Thursday, March 17, 2005