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Culture. OMD. Accès école. Juliette en direct. Free French Teaching Resources from Instant Display. Other great websites. MFL-Storybirds - French Storybirds. Fastest Way to Create Comic Strips and Cartoons - Toondoo. Chut! Ne dis rien à Maman et Papa! by Carlav. Myebook - get it out there! eTools for Language Teachers. Mot clé : A2 élémentaire. Comptines et chansons. Language Links 2006 - French. French Android Apps.

Une sitothèque pour la classe de français. Quiz 3e : SVT - niveau 3. BRAVO ! Le Wiki de Madame - home. À la gare. - Let's speak french ! Une sitothèque pour la classe de français. C'est quoi, le chômage ? Educavox. French language learning games. Untitled. A consulter également.

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Emeutes de la faim : les biocarburants sont-ils coupables ? Untitled. Soutien scolaire par classes. Languages - French - Ma France. Untitled. The French Corner. The 50 Best Blogs for French Majors & Francophiles. While it’s not as widely used as it once was, French is still an international language spoken by millions of people all around the world.

The 50 Best Blogs for French Majors & Francophiles

Even if you don’t speak French, the country’s culture is so rich and legendary that writers, artists, cooks and everyday people strive to capture its je ne sais quoi. If you’re taking French college classes or just a lover of all things French, indulge in these blogs to help you improve your language skills, keep up with French news, and become an honorary francais or francaise yourself. Language Get help with your grammar, vocabulary and idioms here. The 50 Best Blogs for French Majors & Francophiles. One thing in a French day.

A blog for learners of French. Agreeing the verb in the past tense: how, and when to do it.

A blog for learners of French

Continue reading … poulet, coq and poussin? Continue reading That is the question… Continue reading Have a nice BD! Ivre. Have you ever wondered how to say Have you ever? French Blogs. Wikis. Classroom Resources. French Listening Activities. Speaking Practice. Film Resources. Educational-origami - Rubrics - Bloom's Digital Taxonomy. Assessment and Rubrics. Rubrics. Thinking About Syncing? Catherine Ousselin: French teacher / Technology Consultant. Edmodo for the Dodo. French Tag Home. The 10 Best Web Tools For Flipped Classrooms. While flipping the classroom is still one of the hottest trends in education, it’s got nothing on time-saving and downright useful apps and web tools.

In an effort to provide a quick look at some of the best web tools for flipped classrooms, I thought it would be useful to poll the @Edudemic Twitter followers . POLL: What are your favorite apps and tools for flipped classrooms? — Edudemic (@Edudemic) April 5, 2013 Including the tweets, I also got at least 40 emails from friends, colleagues, and administrators from around the world. The Flipped Foreign Language Classroom: RESOURCES. EmergingEdTech. Education Technology. Internet and instructional technologies for teachers & other educators. Flipped Classroom Workshop - Cashton Middle/High School. The Flipped Classroom: Professional Development Workshop.

During this module, we will think about, explore, and discuss these areas: Flipped Learning Workshops 2013. 21st Century Skills. Flipping the WL Classroom: My Experience. The Flipped Classroom In the flipped classroom, students do the easy part at home - view the material - and use class time for the more difficult task of learning the material through small-group discussions and guided application.

Flipping the WL Classroom: My Experience

The teacher is present to facilitate success with new learning. This classroom is “flipped” from the traditional model, where students often do the lower-level learning in class and the more complex parts at home. How I used it: I employed it for teaching about culture or reinforcing grammatical concepts through videos. For each assignment, I created a page on my school website and a worksheet. Activity structure: Students would often have the choice of which videos to watch, selecting two of the three videos on my school webpage. What I liked: These activities were time savers; in class, we would discuss the ideas and concepts in the videos instead of wasting class time while watching them. Educreations - Teach what you know. Learn what you don't. Pros and Cons of The Flipped Classroom. The flipped classroom has been gathering steam for a few years now.

Pros and Cons of The Flipped Classroom

The premise: watch videos of instruction or lecture at home, and do the “homework” with the teacher in class. The Flipped Class: What it is and What it is Not In reality, there isn’t a whole lot of philosophical or theoretical information that I believe I can personally share that will be cutting edge, or not met with a new debate. I’ll let you access the flood of stories on Khan Academy if you wish to engage in that conversation. Bundlenut. Screencasting in the Classroom with TechSmith and Edmodo. Guest post by 7th grade Social Studies teacher Tom Hopper Tom Hopper has been teaching 7th grade Social Studies in Okemos, Michigan for 13 years.

Screencasting in the Classroom with TechSmith and Edmodo

He’s a big fan of Edmodo, the social learning platform that he found last year. It’s had a remarkable impact on his day-to-day teaching given the intuitive nature of the site. The Edmodo environment allows for safe and convenient delivery, facilitates discussion among all types of students, and is a motivator for kids hungry to learn more outside of the school day. His classes are more like learning communities now. Tom’s also a screencasting pro, and he frequently puts video content on his YouTube channel or on Screencast.com. In 'Flipped' Classrooms, a Method for Mastery. Fixes looks at solutions to social problems and why they work.

In 'Flipped' Classrooms, a Method for Mastery

In traditional schooling, time is a constant and understanding is a variable. A fifth-grade class will spend a set number of days on prime factorization and then move on to study greatest common factors — whether or not every student is ready. If student turns in shoddy work in a ‘flipped mastery’ class, she can’t move on to the next level.

But there is another way to look at schooling — through the lens of a method called “mastery learning,” in which the student’s understanding of a subject is a constant and time is a variable; when each fifth grader masters prime factorization, for instance, he moves on to greatest common factors, each at his own pace. Une idée qui se propage - Site de ecouterlirelemonde ! Flipped Learning Pace. A teacher’s complete guide to using Google Voice to collect classwork and homework. This entry will guide you through the process of setting up and using a Google Voice account for the purpose of collecting spoken homework, such as for a language class.

A teacher’s complete guide to using Google Voice to collect classwork and homework

After reading this guide, you will be ready to configure your Google Voice account and collect your first round of homework. The focus of this entry is not to give an exhaustive list of all the contexts and ways in which Google Voice can be used in education, however! Use your creativity and share your ideas in the comments. Google Voice is a completely free service which gives you a local telephone number with voicemail service.

Students can call your Google Voice number from their own phones, be directly connected to voicemail, and record messages up to three minutes long. Technology for Teaching. Made Simple. Les Miserables Film Stills - Sneak Preview. French Android Apps. Gail's French Educational Links. Verb Worksheets - Action and Linking Verbs, Helping, Tenses, and more. Les Françaises vues par les Américaines - Reportage. Rencontre tes compagnons de jeux ! - Portraits. Celebs. Writing from the Heart, Reading for the Road. April 27, 2012 at 5:41 pm Here’s tip #2 for getting along better in France: use Polly Platt’s “ten magic words.”

Writing from the Heart, Reading for the Road

In her very helpful book, French or Foe? Polly Platt urges her readers to learn what she calls the “Ten Magic Words” that will open the doors of the French heart and soul, and turn potentially sour encounters into sweet ones. Here are the first five words: Excusez-moi de vous déranger. .. Cours de conversation du jeudi 27 juin. Reading Practice. Reading Practice. French Reading Activities. French idioms. Manfred Overmann - portail-du-fle.info. Les chansons francophones. French Prepositions for countries, cities, regions.

Why do you say "Je vais en France" but "Je vais au Japon"?

French Prepositions for countries, cities, regions

Like any inanimate object, continents, countries, and regions also have genders in French. The ending will usually tell you which is feminine or masculine and help you choose the correct French preposition of place. A – General Rule About French Prepositions of Places When the name of a region ends in an E, it’s usually feminine.La France, l’Angleterre, la Suisse, la Chine, l’Inde, la Californie, l’Asie To say you’re going TO it, use EN Je vais… en France, en Italie, en Afrique, en Floride…To say you’re there, use EN Je suis… en France, en Italie, en Afrique, en Floride…To say you’re coming from it, use DE Je viens de France, d’Italie, d’Afrique, de Floride… French Prepositions for countries, cities, regions. French Prepositions for countries, cities, regions. Actualités culturelles - ressources pédagogiques pour le Français Langue Etrangère - FLE – apprendre le français en ligne. Actualités culturelles - ressources pédagogiques pour le Français Langue Etrangère - FLE – apprendre le français en ligne.

Powerpoints. 4.1 - Création d'un site web - csatic. Lesson Plan - Les Miserables Connection. Ebooks libres et gratuits. French idioms. French idioms. Tableau blanc interactif. Le Wiki de Madame - Français II. eTools for Language Teachers - PowerPoint Exercises. Over the years, I have created many different lessons for K to 8 French classes using PowerPoint presentations.

I believe that PowerPoint is truly the best way to teach song lyrics because the children just follow along as the words come up and the images greatly facilitate comprehension. I recommend that you read the songs through once with the children, and then play it with the music the second time through. There are also two stories here on PowerPoint with sound effects that the students really enjoy. You can download any and all of the presentations in this section for free. Please note: I have not included the music files (mp3) with any of the presentations in order not to violate the artists’ copyright protection. Powerpoint Lesson Downloads. Tableaux interactifs.

Tableaux interactifs.