The latest in our Top 10 series
We've been browsing the web to bring you our top ten French Language resources. Feel free to tell us about other useful resources you've found.
This French and Spanish listening resource takes its name from a traditional French nursery rhyme, ‘Une Souris Verte’. The blog offers songs and free online French and Spanish language resources for use on ipads, tablets, computers, mobile devices and whiteboards.
This site is intended to assist both teachers and learners of French by making available a range of online resources that complement many of the popular published courses and GCSE examinations.
Douce France is a French blog run by Conall Hamill, St Andrew’s College, Dublin. A French resource website aimed at students studying for the International Baccalauréat and Leaving Certificate. Written in French.
Advice and links for teachers and learners of French.
A French Language blog written to support the writer's Café Français students and any other French language learners out there who may be interested.
Oh La La is a French blog for Learners of the French Language, aimed at high school and university study, this French resource has lots of different activities over many different topics.
A French and Spanish blog dedicated to the students of Miss Morgan, a French teacher.
Amphibianfrench is a collection of links to activities which have been organised according to the user’s level of learning and topic.
Neil Jones is a language teacher in the East End of London and has also worked as a Lead Practitioner for Languages for the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust. His modern languages blog is an excellent resource for French students and teachers.
French Teacher Net is a blog written by the former Head of Modern Languages at Ripon Grammar School Steve did his first degree in French and Linguistics at Reading University and his MA at the Institute of Education.