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Please note you are not allowed to edit TED Talks videos. But since the streaming is incredibly rapid, this is not a problem. You can quickly fast forward to any sections you wish to use with your students.

Joachim de Posada says, "Don’t eat the marshmallow yet." (6:02)

Parts are in Spanish, which proves children are basically the same everywhere.

Philippe Starck: Why design? (16:50)

Ursus Wehrli on Tidying up art (15:34)

iPad 2 Review - Hands On [HD] 17th of February 2011 by Exkild (6.00)

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Fond Memories from CPP Grenoble - A Film by Marianne Raynaud (Humorous Videos)

The CPP of the Grenoble Institute of Technology celebrated the 20th anniversary of its creation with a gala on the campus of Grenoble, France. Here is the film I produced for the occasion with students and teachers of the graduating classes 1 to 10. (MP4 - 15 minutes) Filming and editing by Marianne Raynaud. (Prepa INP - Grenoble - film fait par un ancien professeur d’anglais) Many scenes from the English classes (parodies, student clips, oral pair work, thank you speeches, tutorials, interviews)

Parody - iPad 2 Review by Exkild (Humorous Videos)

Lesson Plan with LC worksheets and link to view as preparation for students to do their own parody review of tech device. Exercises are inluded as samples of documents to be found in "QualityTime-ESL: The Digital Resource Book" by Marianne Raynaud

Philippe Starck: Why design? (16:50) (Humorous Videos)

Frenchman designer Philippe Starck—with no pretty slides to show—and a very strong French accents—spends 18 minutes reaching for the very roots of the question "Why design?" Listen carefully for one perfect mantra for all of us, genius or not.
Philippe Starck designs deluxe objects and posh condos and hotels around the world. Always witty and engaged, he takes special delight in rethinking everyday objects. (Ted.com)

Ursus Wehrli on tidying up art (15:34) (Humorous Videos)

Ursus Wehrli shares his vision for a cleaner, more organized, tidier form of art — by deconstructing the paintings of modern masters into their component pieces, sorted by color and size.

Comedian and cabaret artist Ursus Wehrli is on a crusade to tidy up art. (Ted.com)

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