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MessageSujet: idée sur place   Mer 23 Nov 2011, 14:08

Bonjour à tous
Voici un site qui pourrait s'avérer intéressant pour l'école maternelle:
www.sipac.org
Il s'agit d'une association qui lutte contre illettrisme au Cambodge. A leur actif depuis 25 ans, des bibliothèque, des bibliobus et une maison d'édition en langue khmère
plusieurs catégories pour de jeunes enfants:

PICTURES BOOKS (imagiers à colorier avec les 1er mots) (21X21, 24 pages/ prix: 2 dollars)
(book 1, book2, book of animals, book of cambodia)

MY FIRST STORIES: (21X21, 24 pages, prix: 2 dollars)

I WOULD LIKE TO READ (28 pages, prix: 1 dollars)

YOUTH LITERATURE SERIES ( 104 pages, prix: 1,75 dollar)

I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW ( 40 pages, prix: 1,5 dollar)

STORIES ( GANDHI, MARCO POLO, CHARLIE CHAPLIN, ANNE FRANCK, BUDHA, MARTIN LUTHER KING, EINSTEIN, MARIE CURIE, DARWIN) (prix: 1,5 dollar)

Leur adresse à Phnom Penh: N° 9 rue 21 à côté de l'ambassade des Philippines derrière le monument de l’indépendance
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MessageSujet: Re: idée sur place   Jeu 24 Nov 2011, 17:21

Je viens de recevoir une réponse du Sipar à Paris
Notre contact à Phnom Penh sera Mlle Aurélie Giraud
Nous prévoyons l’achat à la boutique d'édition directement sur place à PP d'une cinquantaine de livres (ou plus selon le nombre d'enfants à l'école maternelle de Trapang)
Si certaines personnes peuvent au préalable regarder les différentes sections d'éditions sur leur site, merci de bien vouloir nous aider à choisir Very Happy
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MessageSujet: Re: idée sur place   Jeu 24 Nov 2011, 17:57


Merci Thierry ! ton idée est bonne et généreuse...

JC et Pascale vont nous faire un retour, ils te diront mieux que n'importe qui ce qu'il faut exactement

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MessageSujet: Re: idée sur place   Jeu 24 Nov 2011, 18:04

L'idée est franchement bonne. On ira faire un tour sur le site pour voir ce qui est le plus pertinent pour la maternelle sunny

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MessageSujet: Re: idée sur place   Jeu 24 Nov 2011, 18:15

merci à vous study
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MessageSujet: Re: idée sur place   Jeu 24 Nov 2011, 19:10

Thierry, ton lien est pourri, je tombe sur un site en japonais ou chinois ou alors en khmer. Quoiqu'il anchois, j'y comprends rien ! T'as pas mieux ?
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MessageSujet: Re: idée sur place   Jeu 24 Nov 2011, 20:08

Comment ça Pit, tu ne trouves pas que c'est une bonne idée d'apprendre le Coréen aux ptits Cambodgiens ?
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MessageSujet: Re: idée sur place   Jeu 24 Nov 2011, 21:28

lol! t'as raison, Pit !
Essaye avec ça : http://www.sipar.org/

Y'a même le "Petit prince" en khmer.

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MessageSujet: Re: idée sur place   Jeu 24 Nov 2011, 22:28

Pascale qui chine a écrit:


Y'a même le "Petit prince" en khmer.

Y'a pas en coréen ? Very Happy

Bonne idée Lubec ! T'es à fond, dis-donc ! sunny


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MessageSujet: Re: idée sur place   Ven 25 Nov 2011, 09:19

Pour une maternelle, les PICTURES BOOKS, c'est ce qu'il y a de plus adapté, non ?
Sinon, pour les autres livres, ceux qui racontent une histoire, pas besoin d'un exemplaire par enfant, comme c'est un adulte qui devra faire la lecture.

Enfin bon... j'dis ça, mais je suis pas une spécialiste des enfants ni de la maternelle, hein !
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MessageSujet: Re: idée sur place   Sam 26 Nov 2011, 10:09

Les imagiers pourraient être offert à chaque enfant de la maternelle, quant aux contes, choisir quelques titres différents en une dizaine d'exemplaires permettrait une utilisation commune en classe
Hier soir Aurélie Giraud du Sipar à Phnom Penh m'a envoyé un dossier qui reprend les catégories et titres du catalogue en langue khmère ainsi que les tarifs en dollars
une fois notre choix effectué, je lui communiquerais les quantités pour l'aider à gérer le tock avant notre arrivée en avril
C'est bon Pit? maîtrises-tu le coréen désormais? study
amitiés à tous Very Happy
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MessageSujet: Re: idée sur place   Sam 26 Nov 2011, 10:14

Catalogue
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Sipar Books
Education and Pleasure
Welcome to
Our New Catalogue!
We are pleased to present our complete collection of Cambodian books,
written in Khmer language, published in Phnom Penh and dedicated to the
Cambodian Youth.
Since 2000, Sipar’s publishing program has committed itself to offering books
that help the Cambodian youth on their path along knowledge. We provide
suitable books for every age range and all reading levels, starting from picture
books fi tted for toddlers’ early learning stages to detailed documentaries
for young adults.
We consistently place our readers at the heart of our publishing process,
and always strive to benefi t them when working on a new publication. We
make books to help readers become profi cient and to facilitate their access
to knowledge.
Children need to be guided toward becoming avid readers. With more than
ten years of experience, the Sipar team has acquired the keys to teach kids
to enjoy the process of reading and learning. We make books kids like! We
instigate in them a passion for reading so they eagerly engage with our books
and cheerfully dive into knowledge.
This combination of education and pleasure is Sipar books’ signature!
Get a Sipar book and see how fast kids improve their reading skills and
expand their horizons!!!
Visit us at www.sipar-books.com to learn more about Sipar’s publishing
program and to view our complete range of products.
Author Training Book Testing before publishing Book Revision
Graphic Design Printing Enjoy Reading!
Picture Book
IM01-Picture Book 1
Illustrated by Seng Visoth
Made of sweet and colored images,
this picture book is the perfect tool
to help kids learn about their close surroundings: body parts, family
members, house and school environment...
21 x 21 cm, 28 pages (8 000 R / 2 $)
IM03-Picture Book of Animals
Illustrated by Try Samphors
This book helps young children to discover different
animals from all over the world. Starting from
Cambodia, this book brings young readers in
Africa, under the sea, at the pole, deep in the rain
forest and in the desert.
21 x 21 cm, 28 pages (8 000 R / 2 $)
IM04-Picture Book of Cambodia
Illustrated by Nhek Sophaleap
Young children will enjoy the various beautiful
pictures of Cambodia. They will be able to
discover Khmer identity and common words
used to describe their country.
21 x 21 cm, 28 pages (8 000 R / 2 $)
IM05-Picture Book of Body
Illustrated by Seng Visal
The beautiful picture book to show children about
their cute body, the movement, the development,
the activities, the fi ve senses, and the facial expression
when children are angry, happy, and sad.
21 x 21 cm, 28 pages (8 000 R / 2 $)
IM02-Picture Book 2
Illustrated by Ouk Rotha
In this second picture book, young
children are given the opportunity
to learn easily about numeral,
shapes, colors and activities.
21 x 21 cm, 28 pages (8 000 R / 2 $)
This wonderful series of wipe-clean word books has been designed to help children learn about
the world around them to enhance their vocabulary. As children learn faster with fun learning,
our picture books have been carefully designed to entertain and time.
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make them learn at the same
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One picture, one word!
From 1 year old
First Stories
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AL04-Sompong and the Five Ducklings
Written by Douangkhe Bounyavong,
illustrated by Sikko Milakong
Sampong is supposed to look after his 6 ducklings,
but he loses 2 of them after a couple of days. Through
his mistakes, children will learn many things.
21 x 27 cm, 36 pages (8 000 R / 2 $)
AL08-The Magic Ball
Written by Heng Dary,
illustrated by Buth Sonrin
Ning Ning, a magic ball, belongs to Naru. Vigorously
dropped, it grants all his master’s wishes. One day,
he plays it to get some books. While reading, he sees
a giant chasing a little girl. Can Naru save her?
AL07-Sophea, School
and Playground
Written by Phou Chakriya,
illustrated by Seng Visoth
Sophea prefers playground to school. She plays
many tricks: not feeling good, losing her uniform
and pencil. What should her mum do?
AL05-What a Disturbance!
Written by Meng Somnea, Try Samphors and
Chroeum Hoksrin, illustrated by Try Samphors
Eager to know everything, Vivi questions her sister, who is drawing.
“What a disturbance!” her sister replies. “Disturbance? What is it?”
Vivi asks about it and disturbs everyone.
20.5 x 23.5 cm, 24 pages (8 000 R / 2 $)
AL06-Sokly and His Kite
Written by Eam Tith Seiha,
illustrated by Ouk Ratha
Sokly has a lovely kite, Butterfl y. One evening, the strong
wind blows it away. He sadly misses it. He stays up the whole night
and imagines his kite goes on a fl ying trip around Cambodia.
20.5 x 23.5 cm, 28 pages (8 000 R / 2 $)
AL03-The People in the Radio
Written by Heng Dary,
illustrated by Margherita del Balzo
Anhanh loves listening to the radio, but she has no
idea of how it works. She believes there are small
people inside it.
20.5 x 23.5 cm, 24 pages (8 000 R / 2 $)
AL01-The Day the School Flew
Written and illustrated
by Village Earth
A fl ying school, a magical adventure imagined
by children to forget their diffi culties…
21 x 25 cm, 28 pages (8 000 R / 2 $)
AL02-The Little Sparrow
Written by Nguon Sakal,
illustrated by Roeun Sokhom
While Chep Chep is learning how to fl y with his
mum, an appetizing worm shows up. However,
a hungry cat is watching...
21 x 22 cm, 28 pages (8 000 R / 2 $)
“First Stories” are contemporary stories that contain familiar scenes. Their full-color
illustrations and easy-to-read text will catch the children’s attention and thus lead them not
only to listen to the story, but also to start reading by themselves... Designed for home use, this
collection will give you a chance to share a great experience with them.
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Start listening, start reading!
From 3 years old
I Would Like to Read
L08-The Treasure of the
Sleeping King
Written by Anne Didier,
illustrated by Sam Sarath
Thida and Dara fi nd roultesyeux a secret message hidden in
a book in the library. It is the start of a wonderful
treasure hunt.
15 x 19 cm 32 pages (4 000 R / 1 $)
L09-Issunboshi
Japanese traditional tale,
illustrated by Isabelle Calin
Issunbushi was born as tiny as a thumb and never
grew up. Learn how he turns his handicap into an
advantage.
15 x 19 cm 32 pages (4 000 R / 1 $)
L05-Mud Truck
Written by Frederick Lipp,
illustrated by Nhek Sophaleap
Pheng is fascinated by trucks. If he could just once
drive one, he would be the happiest boy on earth!
15 x 19 cm 32 pages (4 000 R / 1 $)
L10-The Exchanges Tale
West Africa traditional tale,
illustrated by Isabelle Calin
A mum gives a bird to each of her two sons.
One decides to cook it and eat it. The other
one has another plan…
15 x 19 cm 36 pages (4 000 R / 1 $)
L06-The Little Fairy
Written by Lim Santepheap,
illustrated by Nhek Sophaleap
Karona, the little fairy, acts against heaven’s rules!
She interferes with human matters, by saving
Kosal’s life. Will she be punished because of it?
15 x 19 cm 32 pages (4 000 R / 1 $)
‘’I Would Like to Read’’ is much more than a simple story book. It is a multi-activities book in
which you can fi nd an illustrated story, a comic strip, games... Thanks to these various ways to
dive into our books, kids will come to love reading and become good readers.
L09
L06
L05
L10
L11 L08
L11-My Suspected Friend
Written by Pich Proeung,
illustrated by Sam Sarath
A theft happened in the school, and Sân is unfairly
accused. His friend Dara tells us how they
investigate to prove Sân’s innocence.
15 x 19 cm 36 pages (4 000 R / 1 $)
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Reading, playing!
From 8 years old
L12-Neang Khmo
Written by Heng Dary,
illustrated by Margherita del Balzo
A lovely fairy tale in which Neang Khmo
tries to rescue her beloved boy from
a terrible ogress.
15 x 19 cm 40 pages (4 000 R / 1 $)
L14-The Golden Book
Written by Srey Samphors,
illustrated by Eva Calonder
Bott, a rich and lazy boy, has found a solution to
escape reading the book his father asked him to
read. He pays Rous to read it for him. He has
no clue this book is magical and would bring
knowledge to the reader.
15 x 19 cm 40 pages (4 000 R / 1 $)
L16-A Ghost in the Library
Written by Jean-Pierre Courivaud,
illustrated by Prak Ké
A ghost has been living in the Veal Srognatt library
for many years, and everyone is afraid of him. No
body dares to enter this place. Miss Panha, a new
librarian, is sent to the hunted library. Will she be
brave enough?
15 x 19 cm 32 pages (4 000 R / 1 $)
L17-Imei and Her Dragons
Written by Henriette Bichonnier,
illustrated by Frédérick Mansot
Imei is so talented in embroidery that one day her
works come to life, and she lets them go away. In
exchange, all those creatures promise they will
never forget her...
15 x 19 cm 40 pages (4 000 R / 1 $)
L15-Family after all
Written by Huot Socheata,
illustrated by Nhek Sophaleap
Mavina’s parents have divorced, and since that
time Mavina lives with her mother and her
younger sister in Takhmao. She misses her father
so much, and thus she runs away to join him in
Phnom Penh.
15 x 19 cm 36 pages (4 000 R / 1 $)
L16 L12
L17 L14
L18 L15
L18-Prince Chan Pheanuk
Written by Huot Socheata,
illustrated by Chan Sophorn
Prince Chan Pheanuk has been cursed by
a malicious witch. His kingdom and his people
have been turned into stone. How can
he manage this situation?
15 x 19 cm 44 pages (4 000 R / 1 $)
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L20-Apring
Written by Eam Tith Seiha,
illustrated by Seng Visoth
Channa would like a stunning dog, but her
father brings her Apring, an ugly black dog.
She hates it. One day, Channa wants to
abandon Apring. But something happens…
15 x 19 cm 40 pages (4 000 R / 1 $)
L19-Life of the Sculptor
Written by Meng Somnea,
illustrated by Margherita del Balzo
Sobothra’s mother got seriously sick. If she doesn’t get her cure within
7 days, she will die. Sobothra who loves his mother more than
everything is ready to do anything to save her. He will soon get his
only belongings and go for his quest.
15 x 19 cm 44 pages (4 000 R / 1 $)
L19
L21-Not even Afraid of Ghost !
Written by Nguon Sivngim,
illustrated by Khun Sovannrith
Srey Mom goes to throw Bay Ben for the fi rst time
with her grandma and her cousin. Along the way, she experiences something
scary… What if the ghost comes?
15 x 19 cm 40 pages (4 000 R / 1 $)
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Discover...
Enjoy the animal world!
AN 01-Animals in the Farm
Illustrated by Catherine Fichaux
Why does a duck have the skin between its toes? How is a donkey
born? Do all sheep have horns? Which animal can swim immediately
after birth? Why does a pig lay on the mud?
To answer all these questions, read this book!
21 x 24 cm, 40 pages (12 000 R / 3 $)
AN 02-Animals in the Jungle
Written by Christian Havard, illustrated by Catherine
Fichaux
What are the importances of parrot’s strong beak? Why is a cobra
called “spectacled snake”? How does a fl ying-squirrel fl y? To know
everything about animals in the jungle, read this book !
21 x 24 cm, 40 pages (12 000 R / 3 $)
With double pages of big beautiful pictures and short descriptions, this collection “Discover…”
will bring children the enjoyment of animal world. They will understand the way animals live
and the characteristics of each group: animals in the farm, in the jungle, in the sea, at the pole,
and on the desert….
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everything. We cover various topics from the Khmer History to Galaxies, from Pharaohs
to Environment…and give you an easy access to knowledge.
S03-The Lives around Tonle Sap Lake
Written by Sunheng Mengchheang
Geography, demography and the lives around
the Tonle Sap lake.
14.5 x 20 cm, 44 pages (6 000 R / 1.5 $)
S04-Trip along Upper Mekong River
Written by Sunheng Mengchheang
Visit the wonderful land of the provinces around
Upper Mekong river and learn the lives there.
14.5 x 20 cm, 44 pages (6 000 R / 1.5 $)
S05-Discover the South of
Cambodia and Coastal Areas
Written by Sunheng Mengchheang
Discover the Cardamom Mountains in the south
of Cambodia and some other provinces.
14.5 x 20 cm, 44 pages (6 000 R / 1.5 $)
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S05
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S07-Egypt during
Pharaohs
Written by Madeleine
Michaux
Discover one of the most
fascinating civilisation
in the world.
14.5 x 20 cm, 36 pages
(6 000 R / 1.5 $)
S08-The Dinosaurs and
Their Extinction
Written by Stéphane
Frattini
What were their secrets and
what caused their extinction?
14.5 x 20 cm, 36 pages
(6 000 R / 1.5 $)
S10-Space, Galaxies,
Stars and Planets
Written by Guillaume
Cannat
A journey in the galaxies,
stars and planets.
14.5 x 20 cm, 44 pages
(6 000 R / 1.5 $)
S01-The Nature of Our Country
Written by Sunheng Mengchheang
Geography, nature and environment in Cambodia.
14.5 x 20 cm, 44 pages (6 000 R / 1.5 $)
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Access to every knowledge!
From 12 years old
S06-The Khmers Part 1,
from 1st - 15th Century
Written by Paul Brunon
and Sunheng Mengchheang
Get to know the master builders
of the famous Angkor temples.
14.5 x 20 cm, 48 pages
(6 000 R / 1.5 $)
S09-The Khmers Part 2,
from 15th Century - 1953
Written by Paul Brunon
and Sunheng Mengchheang
Centuries of unrest
towards Independence.
14.5 x 20 cm, 48 pages
(6 000 R / 1.5 $)
S18-A Stroll through
Phnom Penh National
Museum
Written by Marie Caillat
and Sunheng Mengchheang
Discover Khmer art histories.
14.5 x 20 cm, 52 pages
(6 000 R / 1.5 $)
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S12-Animals from
Here and There
Written by
Sunheng Mengchheang
Know everything about animals
from all over the world.
14.5 x 20 cm, 52 pages
(6 000 R / 1.5 $)
S22-Discover our
Environment
Written by Huot Sarith
and Anne-Laure Porée
Understand the environment issue
and keep our planet beautiful.
14.5 x 20 cm, 64 pages
(6 000 R / 1.5 $)
S23-I’ve Lived through the War
in Cambodia
Written by Benoît Fidelin
How was it like to be a teenager at that time?
Get an overview of what people have gone through,
thanks to 3 various testimonies.
14.5 x 20 cm, 88 pages (9 000 R / 2.25 $)
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S02-Human Body
and Health
Written by Dr. Mao Heng
Conception, birth and life,
anatomy and functions of the
body.
14.5 x 20 cm, 48 pages
(6 000 R / 1.5 $) I
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NS03-Cambodia and World Atlas
Written by Sunheng Mengchheang
Discover the world through maps.
Relief, climate, population, religions, environment,
continents, Asia, Cambodia: SIPAR’s atlas brings you
on a trip to discover our planet. Simple and colorful maps will
help young readers to understand the world.
21 x 27 cm, 56 pages (12 000 R / 3 $)
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S26-Natural Catastrophes
Written by Pierre Kohler
We live on earth. But how does the earth destroy lives and resources?
What are the causes and effects of natural catastrophes: storm, fl ood,
drought, volcano, earthquake, and tsunami?
All details are explained in this book. It also includes the attempt to
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MessageSujet: Re: idée sur place   Sam 26 Nov 2011, 10:17

Bon, Ben le mieux est de cliquer sur le lien sipar-book.com en bas à dorite
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MessageSujet: Re: idée sur place   Lun 28 Nov 2011, 12:35

Le site ne s'ouvre pas Sad

Mais c'est une très bonne idée, quelle que soit la culture les gamins aiment forcément les histoires et là d'après ce que j'ai compris dans ton copier-coller, elles sont adaptées aux enfants cambodgiens don c'est top (il n'y aura pas d'histoires qui commencent pas "nos ancêtres les gaulois" Laughing ).
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MessageSujet: Re: idée sur place   Lun 28 Nov 2011, 13:14

Le premier lien n'est pas le bon, mais les autres fonctionnent normalement, n'Aline.

Tous les "picture books" ont l'air bien.

Soit N le nombre max d'enfants que peut accueillir la maternelle.
Soit P le nombre max d'encadrants qui peuvent venir simultanément s'occuper des petits.

Solution la plus chère : un imaginer de chaque type pour chacun
= 2$ * 4 modèles * (N+P+1)

Solution intermédiaire : un imagier d'un type donné pour la moitié de la classe
=> travail en 2 groupes
= 2$ * 4 modèles * (N+P+1)/2

Solution la moins chère : un imagier d'un type donné pour le quart de la classe
=> travail en 4 groupes
= 2$ * 4 modèles * (N+P+1)/4

Je sais pas s'il faut prévoir des exemplaires à l'avance en rab pour détérioration éventuelle ou pour augmentation des effectifs ?



Pour les livres de petites histoires à raconter, j'ai repéré :
- Sompong and His Five Ducklings
- The Day the School Flew
- Sokly and His Kite
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MessageSujet: Re: idée sur place   Lun 28 Nov 2011, 19:45

OK loutrinette,
je relève déjà les trois titres que tu cites pour commencer la bibliothèque de l'école maternelle, 10 exemplaires de chaque me parait pas mal pour une soixantaine d'enfants :
Sompong and his five ducklings
the day the school flew
sokly and his kite

Pit, cécile, mamina, pascale , yann.... un choix?

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MessageSujet: Re: idée sur place   Lun 28 Nov 2011, 21:41

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Pit, cécile, mamina, pascale , yann.... un choix?
Heu, j'dois avouer que j'ai un peu décroché du sujet ! Embarassed A ma décharge, j'ai pas mal de trucs sur le feu en ce moment... Heu, vous pouvez répétez la question ?

+ sérieusement, je trouve ça chouette que nos gentils membres y prennent de belles initiatives et qu'ils en discutent entre eux ! sunny Juste un truc qui me turlupine : Loutrinette, j'voudrais savoir, quand tu dis
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Solution la plus chère : un imaginer de chaque type pour chacun
= 2$ * 4 modèles * (N+P+1)

Solution intermédiaire : un imagier d'un type donné pour la moitié de la classe
=> travail en 2 groupes
= 2$ * 4 modèles * (N+P+1)/2

Solution la moins chère : un imagier d'un type donné pour le quart de la classe
=> travail en 4 groupes
= 2$ * 4 modèles * (N+P+1)/4
c'est "quelque soit x", je suppose ?
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MessageSujet: Re: idée sur place   Lun 28 Nov 2011, 21:51

Lubec, je regarderai tout cela attentivement. Excuse moi, mais je suis carrément à la bourre en ce moment. Dans tous les cas, ton idée mérite qu'on y réfléchisse sérieusement Very Happy

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MessageSujet: Re: idée sur place   Mar 29 Nov 2011, 05:18

Pit qui veut connaître l'âge du capitaine a écrit:
Loutrinette, j'voudrais savoir, quand tu dis
c'est "quelque soit x", je suppose ?
J'étais sûre que ça te ferait réagir ! Et encore, j'ai fait simple comme formule, et j'ai même pas commencé à tenir un Excel pour l'occasion ! lol!
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