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Bliu Bliu - Learning Languages is Fun. Here's a list of 15 EU edtech startups you should memorise. From free e-learning platforms that democratize higher education to online homework help communities, edtech startups of all stripes are popping up across the Europe and pushing the ecosystem to the next level.

Here's a list of 15 EU edtech startups you should memorise

Even the European Commission has noticed developments in this area and is keen on tapping into the movement. In March this year, it announced intentions on creating a network of MOOC providers to promote web and app skill-learning in the region. ALSO READ: MOOCing history: Trinity College Dublin joins growing number of European institutions offering Massive Open Online Courses With entrepreneurial activity picking up in this space, we thought it’d be a good time to shine light on 15 European startups aiming to change the future of education (in no particular order): Headquarters: Galway, Ireland Gist: Founded in 2007 by serial entrepreneur Mike Feerick, ALISON (Advance Learning Interactive Systems Online) calls itself “The Original MOOC”. 2) FutureLearn.

Learn Spanish, French, English and other languages for free. Is on Mobile. Learn Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian and English for free. HelloTalk Language Exchange - Learn English Chinese Mandarin Korean Japanese Spanish German French Italian Russian Arabic App. Bringing up Baby Bilingual: French Teaching at Home. Alain Le Lait: This Frenchman who lives in Colorado may be a grown-up, but he is clearly in touch with his inner child!

Bringing up Baby Bilingual: French Teaching at Home

His three albums of silly songs in French (which also exist in English and in Spanish) really appeal to kids with their upbeat, catchy, rhyming music and lyrics. He writes about everything from a chocolat-chaud-drinking multicolored mystical creature ("Arc-en-ciel") to household appliances ("J'ai un réfrigérateur"). And some of his French songs have been produced as YouTube videos, which Griffin loves. (See titles below in the "YouTube" category.) Annie Brocoli Baby's First Steps in French: A CD that features parentese and recited comptines (nursery rhymes) along with traditional songs for children, most of which have been slightly altered to expose babies and toddlers to a rich variety of sounds in French.

Joyeux Noel: Sing Along and Learn Carols in French from Teach Me Tapes. World Languages Tech Resources - For Language Teachers. Integrating ICT into the MFL classroom:

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104-4961910464655811007-Participes_pass_s.pdf. Foreign Language. Preparer IB French oral. Les règles. Le Cyberprof : les tests essentiels pour réviser son français. French 1. French Links. MFL Teaching Resources. MFL Sunderland. Languages Resources Index. Mflresources. Unlocking The World. Langues. Français. Welcome to My Resource Cloud. 7 Good Resources for Learning a New Language. Yesterday, after publishing my post about BBC Quick Fix, I received a few emails asking me for other resources that can be used to learn a new language.

7 Good Resources for Learning a New Language

Those emails prompted me to round up a selection of the language learning resources that I have reviewed over the years. What follows is a list of 7 good resources for learning a new language. Learn a Language offers flashcards and games for learning eight different languages. Learn a Language offers activities in Spanish, Italian, German, Russian, French, Japanese, Chinese, and English. The format for Learn a Language is the same for all eight languages. iMendi is a nice little site for practicing vocabulary in the languages you're trying to learn. iMendi offers support for nine languages. Hello World provides games and activities for students to develop their knowledge of foreign languages. Verbs Online provides foreign language students with a good selection of activities for practicing verb conjugations. Official Duolingo Blog: 100% Free Language Education, Open to the World.

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Official Duolingo Blog: 100% Free Language Education, Open to the World.

Like new parents, we’re beaming with excitement to announce that Duolingo is now open to the world. We know, we’re biased, but we think she’s a beauty. Over the past six months, hundreds of thousands of beta testers have helped us refine the service. Many waited for months to get their invitations, and we want to thank them for their patience and for the more than 80,000 feedback emails they sent us. Some of them even made us blush, like this one: “This is probably the single greatest thing currently on the internet.” Our commitment is to continue working towards making the best language learning service out there and to always keep it 100% free. Duolingo started as a complete long shot inside Carnegie Mellon University. So, thank you, and enjoy! Learn 40 Languages for Free: Spanish, English, Chinese & More.

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This collection features lessons in 48 languages, including Spanish, French, English, Mandarin, Italian, Russian and more. Download audio lessons to your computer or mp3 player and you’re good to go. French. L'auberge - Français Langue Etrangère (FLE) - Université de Lille 3. Languages - French - Ma France. Apprendre le français - cours et exercices de français.

Apprendre le français en ligne - cours et exercices – Première classe avec TV5MONDE. International breaking news and headlines. RFI - Radio France International. MONDE : Teach & Learn French. Enseigner.TV is an interactive platform dedicated to French teachers offering a comprehensive range of tools, services and pedagogic resources developed by TV5MONDE with the help of several professional organizations specializing in the teaching of foreign languages through innovative methods. • In-class activities based on TV5MONDE's renowned news magazine « 7 jours sur la planète » (7 Days on the Planet), with weekly updates from Sept. to June. • Educational index cards to work on music videos subtitled in French, along with pertinent background information such as lyrics scripts, artists' biographies etc., all updated weekly. • Over 40 generic updated index cards about our broadcast programs to provide teachers with suggestions on how to use the content in class. • Over 100 index cards suggesting in-class activities based on our web resources on, such as streaming videos, texts, picture gallery etc.

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