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Education podcast:Learn French by Podcast

Education podcast:Learn French by Podcast
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Utiliser les Podcasts en cours de FLE Utiliser les Podcasts en cours de FLE Pour cette première édition de la lettre d’information multimédia, nous vous proposons de découvrir ou redécouvrir le podcast et ses applications en classe de langue. >Quèsaco ? Qu'est-ce qu'un PodCast ? Le terme podcasting est issu de la contraction du nom iPod (le célèbre baladeur numérique d'Apple) et du terme anglais broadcasting (procédé de diffusion automatique de fichiers sonores ou vidéo sur Internet).Les podcasts, sont des émissions audio ou vidéo composées de plusieurs épisodes diffusés sur un site web ou sur un blog. Ensuite, vous pouvez naviguer par thème ou faire une recherche dans le champ “Recherche”. Le podcasting permet donc de rapatrier sur son ordinateur ou sur son baladeur les fichiers auxquels on est abonné : émissions radios, émissions vidéos, textes littéraires lus, contenus culturels et éducatifs. >Les pistes pédagogiques Production orale· Optimiser le temps de paroleEnregistrer ses propres podcast, c’est possible !

Rock Star French Rock Star French is a course in French for budding rock stars at Primary School. This page provides a list of all the words and phrases included in the course, and access to the audio files allowing pupils at participating schools to listen to the audio materials they have used in class. Usernames and passwords You’ll need a username and password to access the audio files below. For teachers Are you interested in using the Rock Star French course with your class? Part 1A Download audio file bonjour hello, good day, good morningça va? Part 1B Download audio file comment vous appelez-vous? Part 1C Download audio file quel genre de musique faites-vous? Part 2A Download audio file vous aimez la France? Part 2B Download audio file pouvez-vous nous jouer une chanson? Part 2C Download audio file il reste des tickets pour le concert there are tickets left for the concertallez sur notre site Web go on our website Part 2D Download audio file Part 3 Download audio file Want to learn more French?

France radio stations streaming live on the internet European radio stations streaming live on the internet Home New additions Contact France Stream types: requires Windows Media Player requires Real Player requires a streaming MP3 player such as Winamp, iTunes, Foobar2000 or VLC Media player requires an Ogg Vorbis compatible player such as Winamp, Foobar2000 or VLC Media player requires an aacPlus player such as Winamp 5.08+, Foobar2000 or VLC Media player requires Macromedia Flash Player ©Copyright (Design) Mike Dean 2014 The copyright and ownership of any website, logo or live stream referenced on this site remains with the broadcaster. School Run French School Run French provides a progressive course in French aimed at children aged 6-11. Each pack features five lessons of around eight minutes, and concentrates on a particular topic, eg. greetings, family, likes and dislikes, etc. There are sample materials available through iTunes and on our website. These include the introductory pack and the first lesson of subsequent packs. All premium packs feature a collection of worksheets and a word list to help consolidate the language contained in the audio programmes. Use the buttons above to access the free audio files in our lesson library, or buy the premium packs in our store.

Avoir des atomes crochus - Français Authentique Dans l’épisode d’aujourd’hui, je vous explique le sens de l’expression « Avoir des atomes crochus » J’attends vos avis sur Facebook : cliquez ici. (Faites un clic droit sur ce lien pour enregistrer le fichier MP3)(Faites un clic droit sur ce lien pour enregistrer le fichier PDF) Transcription de l’épisode : Bonjour les amis ! J’ai fait un test et je dis que si ça marche, je ferai d’autres vidéos comme celle-là. Aujourd’hui, nous allons parler d’une expression qui m’a été suggérée par notre ami Omar que je salue et que je remercie pour sa participation et sa suggestion. Cette expression est composée du mot « atome ». Quelque chose de crochu, c’est quelque chose qui a la forme d’un crochet. L’expression au sens figuré, ça veut donc dire « avoir des affinités ». Comme d’habitude, on va regarder à quelques exemples d’utilisation de cette expression dans trois contextes. Voilà, j’espère que ces trois petits exemples vous permettent de mieux comprendre l’expression « avoir des atomes crochus ».

One Minute French One Minute French provides an introduction to basic French. With this course you will not become fluent, but you will acquire a range of useful expressions which you can use while on a trip to a French-speaking country. Your efforts are guaranteed to make a good impression on people you meet. The phrases included in this course have been specially chosen to help the learner make fast progress on the basics of French, with each new episode building on previously-learned knowledge. Use the buttons above to access the free audio files in our lesson library, or buy the premium pack in our store.

18 French Newspapers to Improve Your Reading Skills This article contains affiliate links. This means French Together may earn a commission for purchases made through these links. Read affiliate disclosure. There are many ways to get to know a country and culture. As is the case for most countries with a free press, France has a number of newspapers, and each one has a particular connotation. As someone learning French, there is another advantage to learning about the major French newspapers: reading one(s) that interest(s) you can be a great way to expand your language skills and vocabulary. Let’s look at the best-known French newspapers, from the key differences between them, to how to read them wherever you are in the world. 14 must-know French newspapers There are many newspapers in France, but these are the best-known. Note that, as this helpful article about the press in France points out, France doesn’t have a tradition of Sunday newspapers; most of its major newspapers are published daily. Le Monde Le Figaro Libération Mediapart Les Echos

Walk, Talk and Learn One of the best ways to learn a language is to look around you! Language is everywhere – you just need to open your eyes. But it’s not always possible to travel to the country and experience this for yourself – and that’s where we come in. With Walk, Talk and Learn French we’re bringing this experience to your computer, your iPod, or your mobile phone. Join Pierre-Benoît in the streets of Paris as he talks about the language he sees on posters, adverts and notices. Back in the studio, Mark explains the grammar points covered in more detail, providing the perfect combination of authentic French in action. Use the button above to access the free video files available in our lesson library. Premium materials On the completion of series 1 of Walk, Talk and Learn French (lessons 1-10) we’ll be making a full set of lesson notes available which provide further explanation and exemplification and useful worksheets which will help you master the points covered in each lesson.

How to Say "How Are You" in French Like a Local You walk to your friend, ask him “comment allez-vous ?” (how are you) and expect a passionate answer about what’s he’s been up to lately. Instead, your friend simply answers “good, and you?”. What did you do wrong? Not much. In fact, the only mistake you made was to use the wrong “how are you”. In French, there are at least 16 ways to say “how are you”. Discover 16 ways to say how are you in French and other useful greetings! “Comment allez-vous “ is the most common “how are you”. I say safely, because you won’t offend anyone by using it. It litterally means “how go you”. That’s similar to the way “how is it going” is constructed except that “comment allez-vous” is way more formal. “Comment vas-tu” is the “informal” version of “comment allez-vous” as indicated by the use of “tu”, the informal French “you”. However, it also uses the inversion way of asking questions which is considered formal. The end result is a “how are you” stuck between formal and informal French. You can use ça va ?

Coffee Break French Find out more about Season 4 by clicking here. Coffee Break French is our flagship French language course. The first 80 lessons of the course (seasons 1 and 2) are aimed at beginners, and by following these two seasons in 15-20 minute lessons learners will develop a thorough grounding in the language. Join hundreds of thousands of French learners from all around the world and learn French with our course. For more experienced learners, Season 3 offers an excellent way to develop your language skills further. Just want the lesson notes and transcripts? Coffee Break French lessons guides are available on the Kindle. Members’ materials: Season 1 (lessons 1-40) and Season 2 (lessons 41-80) While it is possible to learn a significant amount of French from our free audio materials, the full Coffee Break French course is made up of a variety of support materials forming Season Passes. Seasons 1 and 2 Premium Products: Members’ materials: Season 3 (lessons 301-340) Season 3 Premium Products:

Podcast Archives - Talk in French It’s Finally Here: the 1st Episode of the New All-French Podcast Hello, everyone! After months of delaying this project, I am finally releasing the first episode—a sort of pilot, actually—of the all-French podcast. Continue reading French School System Part 6: The future (le futur) Here is the 49th session of Talk in French Podcast! French School System Part 5: University (l’université) Here is the 48th session of Talk in French Podcast! French School System Part 4: High-School (le lycée) Here is the 47th session of Talk in French Podcast! Discover the French Education System (Part 3) Podcast #46 Here is the 46th session of Talk in French Podcast! Mardi Gras and Carnival in France – Podcast #44 Here is the 44th session of Talk in French Podcast! Discover the French Education System (Part 2) Podcast #43 Here is the 43rd session of Talk in French Podcast! Discover the French Education System (Part 1) Podcast #42 Here is the 42nd session of Talk in French Podcast! Being Gay in France Podcast #40

Learn French by Podcast Click the View PDF Guide buttons below to open the relevant Lesson Guides. You'll see for yourself how much information is contained in each lesson. If you have already registered, you can purchase Download Credits for access to more lessons. "Sur le chemin de l'école", un film émouvant What exactly does the word ‘education’ mean to you ? Pronunciation: another look at the French alphabet This lesson takes another look at the alphabet, and concentrates especially on the distinction between the letters 'E' and 'I', as well as between 'G' and 'J'. How are you?... A listener recently asked us: "Which lesson deals with 'Ça va?'! A return ticket to Toulouse, please... In this lesson, let's find out how to buy a train ticket. Discussing a sports event You watched a match on TV last night with friends and everybody is talking about it today. Introducing yourself In this first lesson you'll find some very basic expressions, including how to say who you are, where you live and what you do.