"The mediocre teacher tells, the good teacher explains, the superior teacher demonstrates,
the great teacher inspires." William Arthur Ward

Tuesday, 23 September 2014

Spring has started!

Here's a video for you to watch and speak!

  • How do you like this song?

  • Why do you think she says "flowers never last for ever"?

  • What do you associate with "February 14"? Any words, images, experiences connected with this special day?

  • Would you have chosen this video to speak about love? Why? Why not?

  • If not, which one would you have chosen?

  • Wouldn't it be nice to share some experiences about Valentine's Day, special moments, memories? Let's do it in comments!

  • I suggest visiting the following site for some kind of inspiration: http://taggalaxy.de/ Just type a word, flower, for example, and lots of related words will appear. When you click on a planet, photographs will be shown.



    Anonymous said...

    I cannot open it!

    Marina Alfonso said...

    Thanks, Barbara. I've repaired it.


    Anonymous said...

    Now, I've got it. Thanks.
    I like this song and after having seen the video a few times I must admit that it's interesting. Above all the graphic, the design....
    I don't really like the Valentin's day. I found this only an opportunity more for the sellers to gain money.
    That's why I don't have any interesting nor amazing stories to tell about!
    But I'm looking forward to read some of them of my colleagues.

    Anonymous said...

    I like the art in the video! This song is nice too, but i loved the video!
    About the phrase"flowers never last for ever", in my opinion, mean that fellings in some moment change, it became in another felling. I mean, love may be vanish, like flowers, is a metaphor.
    I agree with Bárbara about Valentin's day is a comercial day, like another "something's day".
    I sure that we have beatiful stories of love to tell us, but, may be, it's some complicated to write here, or, we aren't inspired to show.


    Marina Alfonso said...

    I like this video too. I didn't at first. But after watching it more than once, I enjoyed it. Yes, flowers have a limited life and according to the song, so does love. It turns into something different.
    I've enjoyed your comments.