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Bon weekend! Enjoy the weekend!... - Language Teachers Ireland. Members of the FIPLV | fiplv. A Non-Governmental Organisation in operational relations with UNESCO This list remains the property of FIPLV and must not be used without the written permission of FIPLV Last update: 08.04.2014 You will find all the information concerning FIPLV members and comittee in the following pdfs. 1.

Members of the FIPLV | fiplv

FIPLV executive Committee 2013-2015 and Honorary Counsellors: FIPLV Committee 2. Bon départ: beginners’ French second edition - for iPod/iPhone - Download free content from The Open University. Description What’s the difference between formal and informal greetings in French?

Bon départ: beginners’ French second edition - for iPod/iPhone - Download free content from The Open University

How do people in Paris discuss their daily routines? This second edition of Bon départ contains a variety of short conversations covering topics as varied as ordering a meal in a restaurant or visiting a flat for sale. The following audio, video and slideshow collection was devised for those beginning to learn French and touches upon many everyday situations and scenarios. This material forms part of The Open University course L192 Bon départ: beginners' French.

Talk in French French subjunctive phrases: List of words and expressions » Talk in French. Reading time: 3 minutes If you are looking to make some phrases using the French Subjunctive, this list below might be useful for you.

Talk in French French subjunctive phrases: List of words and expressions » Talk in French

In case you want to know more about the French Subjunctive, I recommend you to read this article here. 1. Related to expressions of feelings or emotions 2. ECML/CELV > Home. Half-Term intensive preparation for GCSE & AS/A Level | Alliance Française de Cambridge. Silvia Radelli reimagines Paris Metro map, naming stations after Susan Sontag, Jane Austen, and Helen Keller.

Courtesy of Silvia Radelli French artist Silvia Radelli has transformed the Parisian Metro map into a female paradise.

Silvia Radelli reimagines Paris Metro map, naming stations after Susan Sontag, Jane Austen, and Helen Keller.

As part of her current Vies Magnifiques exposition, she’s created an alternative version of the Metro grid that renames some 100 stations for historic women and events, telling what she calls “another history of the world.” In her vision, Victor Hugo is replaced by Georges Sand, and Alexandre Dumas by Jane Austen. Votre histoire de familiale de la Première Guerre mondiale. Matériel de communication. Se diriger dans une ville, comprendre une explication.

Écouter MP3 Questions pour demander son chemin et vocabulaire ou révision avec Flash.

se diriger dans une ville, comprendre une explication

Bonjour et bienvenue sur podcastfrançaisfacile.com Je vais vous lire aujourd’hui une série de textes pour apprendre à s'orienter dans la ville. Les morts de la rue | Douce France. (L’Express) Peter McVerry, prêtre jésuite, travaille avec les sans-abri à Dublin depuis plus de trente ans.

Les morts de la rue | Douce France

Lors de la publication récente du rapport annuel du Peter McVerry Trust, il a affirmé que le problème des SDF (sans-domicile fixe) continue à s’aggraver et qu’ils sont plus nombreux aujourd’hui que jamais. French Revolution Digital Archive. The French Revolution Digital Archive (FRDA) is a multi-year collaboration of the Stanford University Libraries and the Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF) to produce a digital version of the key research sources of the French Revolution and make them available to the international scholarly community.

French Revolution Digital Archive

The archive is based around two main resources, the Archives parlementaires and a vast corpus of images first brought together in 1989 and known as the Images de la Revolution française. Archives parlementaires / Parliamentary archives. News in Slow French | Learning French online. In our course we emphasize all aspects of language learning from listening comprehension, rapid vocabulary expansion, exposure to French grammar and common idiomatic expressions, to pronunciation practice and interactive grammar exercises.

News in Slow French | Learning French online

In our program we discuss the Weekly News, French grammar, and French expressions, and much more at a slow pace so that you can understand almost every word and sentence. Our French podcast and French lessons published on our website contain hundreds of learning lessons from beginning to intermediate French, so listen and most importantly read our interactive transcripts on our website and you will be surprised to discover that you know more French than you think! With this tool you do not actually need to have an extensive vocabulary to start listening and reading our material. Vive Le Vent -with lyrics- Bavardons. Plus de 50h de vidéo sur les usages du numérique dans l’éducation. Vous trouverez ci-dessous plus de 50 heures de vidéo des experts du moment sur les questions du numérique dans l’éducation : Cultures numériques Culture numérique par Hervé Le Crosnier, CEMU Université de Caen, 2012 (16h)Les nouvelles technologies : révolution culturelle et cognitive par Michel Serres, INRIA, 2007 (1h)L’humanisme numérique par Milad Doueihi, ESEN, 2013 (1h)L’innovation et le numérique par Michel Serres, Université Paris 1, 2013 (1h) Société numérique.

Plus de 50h de vidéo sur les usages du numérique dans l’éducation

The French Corner: 15 French Teachers You Should Follow on Pinterest. If you're not using Pinterest already, I highly recommend it.

The French Corner: 15 French Teachers You Should Follow on Pinterest

It's a great way to curate, organize, and share content. Teachers have been sharing their ideas on Pinterest for well over a year now, and I've gotten a number of great lesson plan ideas through using it. This is not meant to be a definitive list of all the French teachers on Pinterest or even all the French teachers worth following. The 15 pinners featured below (in no particular order) have a number of pinboards on various topics related to teaching French, from classroom decor ideas to videos and photos to lesson plans.

Happy pinning! Facebook. Pronoms compléments | Pronoms. Blogues éducatifs francophones. Accueil > Formations et ressources > Liste des répertoires > Blogues éducatifs francophones Recommander cette page à un(e) ami(e) Les meilleurs blogues éducatifs ! Animer la conversation. Faire en sorte que les étudiants parlent… Un défi classique que rencontrent beaucoup d’entre nous. Vous avez trouvé LE sujet qui va bien (actuel, sympa, un poil controversé…). Bravo ! Et après ? Dire, ne pas dire. Dans un ouvrage paru en 1928 et intitulé Mes Modèles, le peintre Jacques-Émile Blanche, petit-fils du célèbre aliéniste, écrit : « “Glamour” est sans équivalent dans notre langue.

Nos lexiques donnent : Magie. » Que le nom anglais Glamour signifie d’abord « magie » n’a rien d’étonnant ; ce mot est en effet issu du français grimoire, et ce dernier désigne un livre recelant des formules à l’aide desquelles on peut charmer et envoûter qui l’on veut. En passant du français à l’anglais, grimoire s’est donc transformé en glamour. Thérèse Desqueyroux-quotations-caractère. Thinkovery | Un savoir d'avance. Culturethèque — Learn. Selected Fables for Children. Search inside this item in French: Description The French poet Jean de La Fontaine (1621-95) is best known for his 243 Fables, which he wrote over a 26-year period between 1668 and 1694.

Selected Fables for Children. Fr.serious-fish.com/downloads/Presentation2.pdf. Français. Atelier de niveau avancé. Tutoyer ou vouvoyer quelqu'un ? La France par les gares. Untitled. Dyslexie et orthographe en chansons. Building The Eiffel Tower: Three Google Exhibitions Revisit the Birth of the Great Parisian Monument. Thinking About Syncing? Technology Resources for the World Language Classroom - Catherine Ousselin.

A Level French. Les petits déjeuners dans le monde. Migrer facilement de Google Reader à Netvibes. Clavier blog. Color Photography of Paris in 1914. Sites de FLE. iPad > Reference > Leçons & cours pour enseignant. Blogs. Reacc.en. Ch1.

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(18) Twitter. FLE. A l'hotel. Littérature française 2, Auteurs, Oeuvres, Audio, Video, FLE, Flenet. Menace sur le café : un champignon ravage la production d'Amérique centrale. University of Warwick. Emile Zola. ALF: alevelfrench.com articles (Literature titles-images to jog the memory) C2 - Écrire en français (formules) Parler français B2 : Se préparer pour un débat. How has ICT access changed across the world between 2005 and 2010? Le numérique au coeur de la vie. FACE | French Heritage Language Program | Teaching Resources. Webinars | Teaching Shakespeare. Listening for key words in songs. Five Ways to Grow Your Personal Learning Network with Twitter. Fleuron. 5 ways to use Twitter without being a Twitter user - Chris Hardie.

Écriture/lecture : questions sur la réflexivité. The oral approach. Foreign tongues don't always come easy. Technology Innovators in the Classroom « Publication Name: Teaching Students How to do Online Research. E-Learning Stuff. Didactique professionnelle.