A blog worth adding to your bookmarks

Hi everyone!

As I was doing some research on-line for activities to do with my grade 11/12 Combined Core French class, I stumbled upon a great blog called “France Bienvenue”.   It is specifically made for FLE teachers and it his authentic recorded conversations that you can use in class with the transcripts all done for you!  You would have to create the activities, because I don’t see anything like comprehension questions on the site.  It’s great that there is a blog that has all this work done.  I’m so happy I found it!  It’s too late for me to use this year, but I’m looking forward to using it in the fall.

You have to check out the page labeled “Les photos”.  The pictures are breathtaking and they just make me want to go to Marseille and Cassis.  I’ve also added it to my “Useful Links” page.  Check it out!

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About Mme Martin

I am a high school French teacher in Ontario, Canada. I've been a teacher for the last 14 years and I love what I do. I am always looking for ways to improve my teaching by learning from my colleagues, reading, attending conferences and workshops. I also completed a Masters of Education degree, specializing in Second Language Acquisition. My goal is to increase students' oral fluency in French and I would like to share this journey with you in the hopes that you will find new ideas and be inspired to do the same. I will let you know what I try in my classes and what works and what doesn't. I hope you will find a wealth of ideas to use in your class.
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3 Responses to A blog worth adding to your bookmarks

  1. Johnk803 says:

    I really like and appreciate your blog post.Thanks Again. gcdbdfkdfagg

  2. Raija says:

    I absolutely agree with you that this is a well designed blog, full of great resources for teaching reading and listening, as well as pronunciation. Tres au courant aussi! Merci encore

  3. Ellen says:

    Hi&a2#8y30;..Nice read, I just passed this onto a friend who was doing a little research on that. And he just bought me lunch as I found it for him smile So let me rephrase that: Thank you for lunch! “England and America are two countries separated by the same lan…

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