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Записи с темой: art (список заголовков)
23:47 

разные ссылки

сайт для создания кроссвордов
worksheets.theteacherscorner.net/make-your-own/...

интерактивные упражнения на лексику по темам
esl.fis.edu/vocab/index-h.htm

лексика по темам и уровням
www.teachya.com/vocabulary/a_to_z.php

подкасты по искусству - Each week, artists, art historians and authors join host Tyler Green to discuss their work
manpodcast.com/

worksheets по теме Crime and Punishment
busyteacher.org/classroom_activities-vocabulary...
+ упражнения по лексике
elt.oup.com/student/englishfile/upperint/b_voca...
elt.oup.com/student/englishfile/upperint/f_idio...

@темы: Art, Crime, English, Podcasts, Vocabulary, Vocabulary Games, links

15:19 

Podcasts - Why factor - Art

Portrait Photography
From the first photographic portraits captured in the 1830s to the “selfies” of today, we seem fascinated by images of the human face. Mike Williams asks if it is simple vanity or something deeper; perhaps an attempt to learn how other people see us or a desire to capture something of ourselves that may live on when we are gone.
www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02g0cmg

Singing
It’s something that all individuals and societies have done for millions of years. But why do we sing? Today singing is a way of bringing people together, expressing joy, sadness and almost every emotion. Is there an evolutionary reason why and how humans developed the complex vocal structures involved in singing?
Mike Williams talks to biologists, voice coaches and vocalists to find out.
www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01727f0

Tattoos
In this programme, Mike Williams asks why people have tattoos. Where do they come from and what do they say about us? From the Maori of New Zealand to the Mexican Mafia, Mike explores the universal motivation behind why people decorate their bodies with ink.
www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01c0qnz

Dance
Dance exists in every culture. It’s thought that humans were dancing before we learned to speak.
But why do we have this desire to move, and what are we trying to communicate? Mike Williams explores the idea of ‘muscular bonding’ – that moving together creates communities. He hears how Indian Kathak dance connects body and soul, how a Northern Australian society uses dance to blur gender divides, and how watching others dance makes us move too.
www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01v2hm6

Sticky Songs
What makes snippets of popular songs go round and round in our heads? Which songs are likely to be earworms or 'sticky songs' and what sort of person is most susceptible to them? If an earworm is driving you mad, how do you get rid of it? And what might the wider mental health benefits be of understanding where the mind goes when we let it off the leash?
www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01ycqg1

Sad Music
Helena Merriman asks why people listen to sad music. A recent study has shown that sad music has become increasingly popular, but why do people choose to listen to it, and what goes on in the brain and the body when they do so?
Helena speaks to Japanese pianist and music researcher Dr Ai Kawakami who has some surprising answers about some of the positive feelings people experience when they listen to sad music. American writer Amanda Stern tells Helena why she regularly listens (and cries) to sad music and British composer Debbie Wiseman, known for her moving TV and film scores, explains what makes a piece of music sound sad.
www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01gmhx6

@темы: Why Factor, Podcasts, Listening, English, Art, links

14:46 

26 Christmas Carols - раз уж праздники, то как без них))

An 80 minute collection of 26 much-beloved traditional Christmas carols, sung by a variety of well-known English choirs, with images of traditional Victorian-period Christmas cards.


@темы: the world go round, X-mas&NYear, Music, English, Art

19:56 

серия Young explorers by British Museum - a brief history of clothing

From protection against the elements and harm to telling the rest of the world who we are, clothes have served us well over the many thousands of years we've been wearing them. This Young explorers video from the British Museum tells a brief history of clothing.


@темы: Art, Clothes, English, Young Explorers by British Museum, videos

19:49 

серия - Young explorers by British museum - A brief history of writing

We use it so much that it's easy to think that writing has always been around. But like most things it had to be invented. Watch this Young explorers video from the British Museum for a brief history of writing.


@темы: videos, Young Explorers by British Museum, History, English, Art

22:22 

TED talks - Marian Bantjes: Intricate beauty by design

17:52 

dictionary links

Visual dictionary
visual.merriam-webster.com/astronomy.php
Explore the 15 major themes to access more than 6,000 images and see words like never before.
Topics:
Astronomy
Earth
Plants & gardening
Animal kingdom
Human being
Food & kitchen
House
Clothing & articles
Arts & architecture
Communications
Transport & machinery
Energy
Science
Society
Sports & games

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Mind Maps + dictionary
www.snappywords.com/
What is Snappy Words visual English dictionary?
It’s an online interactive English dictionary and thesaurus that helps you find the meanings of words and draw connections to associated words. You can easily see the meaning of each by simply placing the mouse cursor over it.

@темы: словари, topics, links, Vocabulary, Sports, Science, Our Planet, Human, House, Food&Cooking, Clothes, Art, Animal world

19:28 

Art

Websites

www.henry4school.fr/Art/art/art.htm
список ресурсов по теме

Banksy

@темы: topics, links, English, ESL, Art

Living environment - Warehouse 14

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