Wednesday, February 19, 2014

German: Madsen – Lass die Musik an (song)




Here is Christina with another great German song!

This time:
"Lass die Musik an" ("Leave the Music On") by Madsen.

The member of the German rock band Madsen are: Sebastian Madsen, Johannes Madsen, Niko Maurer, Sascha Madsen, Folkert Jahnke. Three of the members are brothers with the surname Madsen, hence the band's name.
 





Lass die Musik an

Du stehst verlegen an der Bar,
hörst diesen Song
und dir wird klar:
Lass die Musik an! Lass die Musik an!
Ich kann nicht tanzen, doch ich will,
du hast ein ähnliches Gefühl
Lass die Musik an! Lass die Musik an!

Wir haben nicht ewig Zeit, dieser Moment ist gleich vorbei, lass los, lass los, lass los!

Komm schon und schenk mir diesen Tanz,
Leg deine Hand in meine Hand,
Lass die Musik an! Lass die Musik an!

Da ist ein Rhythmus der uns packt,
Ich spür dein Herz, es schlägt im Takt.
Lass diesen Beat an, lass die Musik an!
Wie du dich bewegst, wie du dich drehst,
die Euphorie die uns belebt,
Lass die Musik an! Lass die Musik an!

Wir haben nicht ewig Zeit, dieser Moment ist gleich vorbei, lass los, lass los, lass los!

Komm schon und schenk mir diesen Tanz,
leg deine Hand in meine Hand
Lass die Musik an! lass die Musik an!
Nimm dir die 3 Minuten Zeit
und schenk uns deine Ewigkeit
Lass die Musik an! Lass die Musik an!

Lass die Musik an! oh oh oh oh...
Lass die Musik an! oh oh oh oh...

Wir haben nicht ewig Zeit, dieser Moment ist gleich vorbei, lass los, lass los, lass los!
Ein Lied das uns befreit, spiels noch mal ich bin dabei, lass los, lass los, lass los!

Komm schon und schenk mir diesen Tanz,
leg deine Hand in meine Hand
Lass die Musik an! lass die Musik an!
Nimm dir die 3 Minuten Zeit
und schenk uns deine Ewigkeit,
Lass die Musik an! Lass die Musik an! 
Lass die Musik an!

Lass die Musik an! Lass die Musik an!


Leave the music on

You're standing awkwardly at the bar,
You hear this song
and it becomes clear to you:
Leave the music on! Leave the music on!
I can't dance, but I want to,
You have a similar feeling
Leave the music on! Leave the music on!

We don't have forever, this moment will soon be over, let loose, let loose, let loose!

Come on and give me this dance,
Lay your hand in my hand,
Leave the music on! Leave the music on!

There is a rhythm, that grips us,
I feel your heart, it beats in meter.
Crank up this beat, Leave this music on!
The way you move, the way you spin,
The euphoria that livens us up,
Leave the music on! Leave the music on!

We don't have forever, this moment will soon be over, let loose, let loose, let loose!

Come on and give me this dance,
Lay your hand in my hand,
Leave the music on! Leave the music on!
Take three minutes
and give us your eternity
Leave the music on! Leave the music on!

Leave the music on! oh oh oh oh...
Leave the music on! oh oh oh oh...

We don't have forever, this moment will soon be over, let loose, let loose, let loose!
A song that liberates us, play it once more I'll be there, let loose, let loose, let loose!

Come on and give me this dance,
Lay your hand in my hand,
Leave the music on! Leave the music on!
Take three minutes
and give us your eternity
Leave the music on! Leave the music on! 
Leave the music on!

Leave the music on! Leave the music on!



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Monday, February 17, 2014

Purdue SLS/ESL Graduate Symposium


Graduate Student Symposium on Second Language Studies & English as a Second Language
Symposium Theme: Global Dimensions of English Language Learning and Use

April 5, 2014RAWLS Halls, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

Submission deadline: February 21, 2014

Sunday, February 16, 2014

French Video: Gants d'exception




Bonjour, Johanne ici encore. Today I  have a video on fashion and clothes, specifically glove making. You will learn about this industry and the production process. Enjoy!


 

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Saturday, February 15, 2014

Teaching the French passé composé and imperfect using Joe Dassin’s “Les Champs Elysées”



Because there is no straight-forward comparison to their L1, English-speaking students often have a hard time identifying and applying the French imperfect and passé composé tenses.  The following exercise is a fun way to review the tenses once they have learned the grammatical basics.  It helps in both oral comprehension and reading.

Instructions to PowerPoint (linked below):

11. Play both versions of the song asking students to write down any imperfect or passé composé verbs they hear.
22. After the video has finished, show slide 2, and have students pick out any verbs they didn’t catch from the listening. 
33. Use slide 3 as an answer key and start a discussion as to why each tense was used (why did the songwriter use imperfect in this phrase and not passé compose?), and have students piece together the overall meaning of phrases using vocabulary they know.  This can be done individually or in partners, then discussed with the class.
44. Wrap up the exercise by showing the English lyrics, if you choose. You can find the lyrics with a quick online search.




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Friday, February 14, 2014

Happy Valentine's Day!

Happy Valentine's Day! Thought we'd share this picture from the Goethe-Institut :)




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Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Many Languages, One America: The Voices of Our Children






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Conference: Arizona Computer-Assisted Language Learning Conference

Arizona Computer-Assisted Language Learning Conference


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Tuesday, February 11, 2014

CALL FOR PAPERS 2014 IR Conference



  

 PAPER SUBMISSION INFORMATION: Proposals for 20-minute presentations are sought on the following topics: • Theoretical and empirical investigations • Practical applications, including classroom practices
• Language and culture specific studies • Writing in business and other professional settings
• Changing methodologies for research • Orality and literacy connections

Submit your title and a 250-word abstract (no information on authors or their affiliations) as a Word file to icic@iupui.edu by March 31, 2014. You will be notified of the status of your submission by April 15.

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION Visit the ICIC website for Registration info, http://liberalarts.iupui.edu/icic Please visit http://liberalarts.iupui.edu/icic/conference/ for more information, including the tentative conference schedule, hotel accommodations, and the conference location. 

RECETTE rapide : Chocolat Chaud à l'Ancienne



Johanne ici encore. Today I have a a nice video on preparing a chocolate dish. Cooking is always great because you can combine culture, vocabulary, and giving/following directions. Enjoy!


 

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Monday, February 10, 2014

News: Integrating Technology


From Smart Brief

Technology integration can be a difficult task for some teachers who may be apprehensive, suggests Dutch Tessier, a high-school English and media-literacy teacher, who recently became a technology coach. In this blog post, Tessier suggests teachers approach the process as if they were new to teaching, understand their limitations, acknowledge they will rarely be ahead of the learning curve, make a plan and adapt when necessary.

http://smartblogs.com/education/2014/02/05/tips-on-technology-integration-for-apprehensive-educators/

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Thursday, February 6, 2014

News: England schools aiming to serve increasing ESL population


From SmartBrief:

A majority of students at more than 1 in 9 schools in England do not speak English as their primary language, according to government data. Figures show the number of schools where a minority of students speak English as their first language has increased by 10% since 2009. As a result, schools have hired interpreters to help communicate with parents as well as bilingual teaching assistants for some classes.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/10611050/Revealed-The-one-in-nine-schools-where-English-is-not-first-language.html

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Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Traditional Japanese Performances: Rakugo and Kamikiri

Konnichiwa! The winter storm seems over, but cold days still continue. I know you'd like to stay inside, but you should not miss this event. Two prominent traditional performing artists are coming from Japan to Purdue University in two weeks. One performs "Rakugo, 落語, story-telling" and the other does "Kamikiri, 紙切り, paper cutting." They will perform in Japanese, but English subtitles will be provided. If you'd like to know more about Rakugo, please go to this website.



Monday, February 3, 2014

News: How will technology affect higher education?


From SmartBrief:

Integration of social media and blended learning are among the top technologies that are expected to transform higher education in the next five years, according to a report released by the New Media Consortium and the Educause Learning Initiative. A panel of 56 experts convened by the two groups concluded that teachers and administrators must learn how to leverage social media across disciplines; find the right mix of online, hybrid and collaborative learning; and expect a shift toward "learning by making and creating rather than from the simple consumption of content."

http://chronicle.com/blogs/wiredcampus/6-technologies-will-change-colleges-in-coming-years-experts-say/50053

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News: Hidden Costs of Blended Learning


From SmartBrief:

With education budgets shrinking, many school districts have turned to blended learning as one solution for reducing costs. In some cases, it's been effective, allowing for shared resources, increased class sizes and the replacement of textbooks with some free or low-cost online materials. In other cases, blended learning has come with new costs, including the cost of new devices and infrastructure, as well as professional development for educators.

http://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2014/01/29/19el-cost.h33.html

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News: Ed-Tech Trends


From SmartBrief:

Flipped instruction and massive open online courses were two of the top education technology trends of 2013, according to Hardik Parikh, co-founder of PracTutor. In this blog post, Parikh writes that education technology is still in its infancy and only expected to grow as more schools integrate e-learning in their curricula. In addition, education technology also allows students to learn while having fun using online games and gives students more access than ever to information and resources, Parikh notes.

http://www.edudemic.com/big-edtech-trends/

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