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OBHS GCSE French Core Vocabulary: At Home and Abroad

OBHS GCSE French Core Vocabulary: At Home and Abroad | Classroom apps | Scoop.it
“ 63 terms · à l'étranger → abroad, accueil → welcome, aller-retour → return ticket, aller simple → one way ticket, atterir → to take off, auberge de jeunesse → youth hostel, banlieu → suburb, bâtiment → building, bouc (Studying on Quizlet:Y11 58...”
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Top Resources for GCSE French

Learning another language at GCSE can be very rewarding, particularly if you get the chance to use your language skills abroad or in your future career. However, it can be challenging to master the skills that you need to pass your French GCSE, particularly when it comes to the listening and vocabulary skills that need to be practiced regularly. Luckily, there are some great language learning resources online that can help you to prepare for your exams. 1. The BBC Bitesize website is a great resource, particularly for revision. It can help you with your reading, writing, listening and speaking skills, and it has some useful tests and mock exams to help you to prepare for each section. 2. The BBC has also produced some other French resources that can be useful when you are preparing for your GCSEs. You can follow one of the short courses or just pick the resources that focus on topics on your syllabus. The videos are a particularly useful feature if you want to practice your listening
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The French Corner: 15 French Teachers You Should Follow on Pinterest

The French Corner: 15 French Teachers You Should Follow on Pinterest | Classroom apps | Scoop.it

"If you're not using Pinterest already, I highly recommend it. It's a great way to curate, organize, and share content. Teachers have been sharing their ideas on Pinterest for well over a year now, and I've gotten a number of great lesson plan ideas through using it. This is not meant to be a definitive list of all the French teachers on Pinterest or even all the French teachers worth following. The 15 pinners featured below (in no particular order) have a number of pinboards on various topics related to teaching French, from classroom decor ideas to videos and photos to lesson plans. Happy pinning!"


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Integrating ICT into the MFL classroom:: Using ICT to support classroom practice and professional learning of MFL teachers

Integrating ICT into the MFL classroom:: Using ICT to support classroom practice and professional learning of MFL teachers | Classroom apps | Scoop.it
“ Download Edutalk Joe Dale ICT MFL mp3 Being asked to appear on the last live Edutalk show of 2012 and give my take on how language teachers are currently using technology in and out the classroom was an absolute pleasure....”
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The language of Twitter: the rise of MFL teachers online

The language of Twitter: the rise of MFL teachers online | Classroom apps | Scoop.it
“ Since spotting Twitter's power for connecting subject specialists, Joe Dale has been an ambassador of social networking. Here, he describes Twitter's impact on the MFL teaching community”
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GCSE French speaking controlled assessment "Les Vacances" simple future

“ GCSE Speaking exam "Les vacances" simple future tense.”
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GCSE French - One Direction Parody - Les Acteurs Sont Excellents - YouTube

“ Parody of One Direction 'That's What Makes You Beautiful' to help with revision for creating film reviews in GCSE French.”
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The French Corner: 15 French Teachers You Should Follow on Pinterest

The French Corner: 15 French Teachers You Should Follow on Pinterest | Classroom apps | Scoop.it

"If you're not using Pinterest already, I highly recommend it. It's a great way to curate, organize, and share content. Teachers have been sharing their ideas on Pinterest for well over a year now, and I've gotten a number of great lesson plan ideas through using it. This is not meant to be a definitive list of all the French teachers on Pinterest or even all the French teachers worth following. The 15 pinners featured below (in no particular order) have a number of pinboards on various topics related to teaching French, from classroom decor ideas to videos and photos to lesson plans. Happy pinning!"


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frenchteacher: Should MFL teachers show films at the end of term?

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“ RT @spsmith45: Blog archive: should MFL teachers show films at the end of term? http://t.co/tb3sOO6q59”
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Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 24 Great iPad Apps for Your Classroom

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 24 Great iPad Apps for Your Classroom | Classroom apps | Scoop.it
“ "Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 24 Great iPad Apps for Your Classroom" #iPads #education #technology http://t.co/i0PAjwGHDX”
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