Madame Cindy email@example.com Source des images : Logo Nathalie Marchand (www.tuladi.ca) Conception Péga Informatique Copyright Cindy Gobeil et Jimmy Pronovost Auteurs Webtools: No Registration Needed for Students Image courtesy of OZinOH Welcome to my list of webtools that don’t require student registration. This started off as a simple curation for myself and has ballooned into something that I never thought would get this big. And it is still growing. I started added comments to each link, but that is taking a long time to complete. Please bear with me as I update it.
Teaching Foreign Languages K-12: A Library of Classroom Practices 1. Introduction to the Library This program provides an overview of the entire library, with suggestions for use in professional development settings. Go to this unit. Speaking and writing The Language Teacher Toolkit by Steve Smith and Gianfranco Conti is now available from Amazon. 50 speaking activities for the MFL classroom 1. Whole group repetition or phonics activity (including whispering, shouting, singing) 2.
5 (very) embarrassing mistakes in French Salut, Today, it’s Comme une Française TV’s first birthday! To celebrate this event, I figured you’d want something VERY honest, VERY fresh and VERY useful. Just a warning: this episode contains explicit sexual expressions (in French and in English) so you might want to use earbuds or send the kids to play in their rooms. You’ll find a surprise below the video.
LES ILES EN FLE NIVEAU A2 - UNITÉ 7 Skip to main content Try Wikispaces Classroom now. Brand new from Wikispaces. guest Join | Help | Sign In 4 Great Web Tools for Creating Educational Games June 15, 2016 Below are five of our favourite platforms that you can use with your students to create a wide variety of learning games. No coding skills are required. Designing learning games is a great way to develop students analytic thinking and foster self-expression. It is also an effective way to introduce students to basic coding and programming concepts and help them cultivate 21st century learning skills. The Little Pianist: Learn French with French Subtitles WatchKnowLearn ratings are intentionally harsher than what you might find on YouTube, for example. Most of our videos have been imported by people who want to use them with kids, not by the creators of the videos. We take a hard-nosed attitude toward quality.
How to Write Letters and Emails in French Today, I'm going to tell you about writing letters in French. Everything written in French tends to be more formal than in English; business letters, emails... and there are some quite archaic formulas that are still very much used nowadays. The spaces used with punctuation are different in French from English. In this lesson, I will focus on how to start and end your French letter: you will find many precise expressions used right at the beginning and at the end of a letter in French. French people (or rather French business relations) will be more forgiving if you make mistakes in the core of the text, but for example writing “ma chérie” to a friend could send the wrong message.
7 Tips for Learning French Grammar I Wish I'd Known Earlier Struggling to learn French grammar? Or just looking for tips to accelerate your French learning? You’ve come to the right place. Previously, we’ve covered useful French idioms and everyday French phrases.