Learn French Online for Free: Phrases, Vocabulary, Grammar, Pronunciation, & Listening Resources - Free 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! 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. This is the only program in English; the others are entirely in French. Planning and Anticipating I Greeting and leave-taking; talking about health; expressing surprise; planning and anticipating; expressing decisiveness and indecisiveness. Subject pronouns; masculine and feminine adjectives and nouns; definite and indefinite articles; immediate future; agreement in gender and number; aller; être; present indicative of -er verbs.
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ESL Flashcards Here you will find a collection of hundreds of flashcards for ESL kids. Each flashcard set has both small (four on one A4 sheet) and large (two on one A4 sheet) versions. There are two copies of each card, one with a word describing the picture, and the other without a description so that you can write your own. Aller / être / avoir / faire: Scrambled sentences exercise The following are scrambled sentences using the 4 most common verbs in the French language. Put all of the words in the right order to form grammatically sound sentences. Check your answers at the bottom of the page. Find out your French CEFR level for free
The best resources and tools to Learn French On this page, you’ll find our list of online resources for learning French. The different sites are broken down into categories for easier browsing. Simply click on one of the main links (like “podcasts”) to view numerous resources. Happy Learning! General Learning (online courses, general sites, blogs…)^ Français Authentique (literally “Authentic French”) is a very popular website for French learners where you can find many resources (videos, podcasts, lessons…) to learn and improve your French skills.
Lesson planning Here are some ideas for you which I have learned from my own experience, from observing colleagues and student teachers over 30 years of teaching French in secondary schools (high schools). Visualise how you would like your ideal lesson to start….. Maybe the children are lining up outside your classroom. They are quiet or talking calmly. You stand by the doorway as they enter in single file. You say bonjour to each student.