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Top 49 Learn French Sites « Learn French Fast Blog

Top 49 Learn French Sites « Learn French Fast Blog
The internet is a amazing tool for learning French. But with so many sites to sift through, it can be tough to find the best learn French sites. That’s why I created the Top French Site Award to honour the cream of the crop on the internet. Below is the list of winners, I’ve split the list into topics to make it easier to sort through. Did I miss a worthy site? Leave your comments and let me know. Educational Resources The quality of free learn French material online is astounding. BBC French – The mother of all learn French websites. About.com French – Comprehensive resource for learning French. Carnegie Mellon Free French – The prestigious university’s French courses aren’t easy, as they feature natural French speakers – but they are high quality and free! French Assistant – Free French language lessons, with over 150000 French words and phrases. Learn French Video – Scores of lessons and tutorials on phrasese, grammar, verbs, and more. Blogs French Culture and Life Link Lists Fun

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French I Tutorial: Basic Phrases, Vocabulary and Grammar If you'd like to download the mp3s, use the DownThemAll add-on for Firefox to download all the mp3s at once instead of right-clicking on each link. Visit the French mp3s page for the list of all mp3s that accompany the French tutorials. All flashcards and exercises will open in a new window. French Tutorials Index: Basic Phrases, Vocabulary, Grammar, and Pronunciation with MP3s and Exercises Useful information Recordings of mp3s were done by a native speaker of French from Haute-Savoie. Feel free to download them for your own personal use or in other non-commercial educational settings. I encourage French teachers to use them in classes too! If you use Mozilla Firefox, I highly recommend the DownThemAll add-on to make downloading much faster and easier. For the vocabulary lists, I am making audio flashcards [French to English and English to French] with a flash mp3 player in each "card" so you can listen to the pronunciation of the words as you study.

Teaching Foreign Languages K-12 Workshop Workshop 1. Meaningful Interpretation This session looks at how the interpretation of texts (including documents, paintings, movies, audio recordings, and more) can go beyond literal comprehension and tap into students' background knowledge while fostering critical-thinking skills. Go to this unit. Workshop 2. Person to Person Focusing on interpersonal communication, session participants discuss how students use language to make themselves understood and to understand others.

Learn a language for free: the five best websites Pros: This site offers a well-rounded approach to language learning, with study options for reading, writing, listening and speaking. Also, the Busuu app options allow learners to take their lessons or review materials on the go. Cons: Features like grammar-focused lessons, video units, and printable PDF files are only available through the paid Premium membership. However, I received a free 7-day trial of the premium membership after registering with the site. French in Action Due to licensing agreements, online viewing of the videos for this resource is restricted to network connections in the United States and Canada. Orientation An introduction to French in Action: its creation, its components, and its functioning. How to work with the video programs and how to integrate them with the audio and print components.

Introduction - Pre-sessional - ISLC The Pre-sessional Programme is for students who need to improve their English to study on a degree programme at the University of Reading, or other UK universities. This includes students who: have an offer for a degree programme, but have not yet achieved the language condition have been accepted onto a degree programme, but want to prepare themselves more fully for academic study are planning to study in a UK university, but have not yet applied for a specific degree programme. Why study at the ISLI 'Our well-established, high quality Pre-sessional Programme is recognised as "outstanding" by BALEAP, the global forum for EAP professionals.' The International Study and Language Institute (ISLI) has an international reputation for excellence in offering English for Academic Purposes (EAP) courses to students from around the world.

About the Test of English for Educational Purposes (TEEP) - ISLC The TEEP is a test of proficiency in English for Academic Purposes (EAP), for students whose first language is not English, and who are planning to study a degree programme at a UK University. The TEEP is an established test which has been developed over a number of years at the International Study and Language Institute (ISLI) at the University of Reading. Advantages of the TEEP designed specifically for university study, not other purposes the test is designed to give minimum stress to candidates: a single topic throughout, and straightforward question types the reading, listening and writing sections are topic-linked, just like most university study the speaking test is also topic-linked, with preparation time included the speaking test gives the opportunity to talk individually, and discuss with a partner high standards of marking: everything is double-marked and moderated results available within 10 days TEEP and Pre-sessional English

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