The Lost Lesson

Ari@ne: The best way to search the Francophonie. Check out this meta search engine!

The Internet Public Library: I think that there are more books here under a single letter category, like M,
than there were on the entire internet last year!

The Origins of American Animation The Library of Congress outdid itself.
The development of early American animation is represented by this collection
of 21 animated films and 2 fragments, which spans the years 1900 to 1921.
The films include clay, puppet, and cut-out animation, as well as pen drawings.  A revolution in radio? Go and listen.

Intelligent Toys?

Robot Anxiety:   My last story for you.

Junkyard Parc gets illustrated by Cedric Cavaliere. Plus, there is a Vocabulary Quiz to take you there.
here is the image in case it is not yet on JJ's site.

Let's not forget our Roboteers:
Alex & Ghoz   +  Giom & JB

Let's talk about Proty (I'm not sure of the spelling):
Able to leap over tall buildings... Ah no, but he can get out of corners!

He likes to drive and is able to toe the line.

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Now on to Van GOBOT (my name for him)
The Robot as Artist

Now what ever artist needs is a signature:

Wait a minute, I didn't mean con artist, that's my name! Obviously, these students think that they will be getting a
better mark if they flatter me. How quick they learn the rules of the REAL WORLD.
Just who are these inventors and what does this robot look like?
Scroll down!

The Machine

All set and ready to go.

It's working!

The Inventors


The Four Roboteers

Who are those two other guys  trying to hog the limelight?

OOPS, this is the unfinished lesson. I still have to put the Toefl Quiz and Tutorial online.
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Pity the poor English teacher who has to learn about cgi scripts and the like.
Well, watch this space!