Sometimes, there’s no shortcut for teaching your students French words.
Sometimes, you’ve just gotta break out that dreaded vocab list.
Sure, they can increase their vocabulary as a by-product of watching television and videos, listening to music and reading books.…
Old-style teaching falling flat in your French class?
Mindlessly copying vocab or listening to you drone on for half an hour about the glories of the subjunctive will not engage your French students’ attention.
These ways of teaching just don’t …
It’s time to mix and mingle.
We’re letting French out on the loose to connect with other subjects.
How will these connections benefit your students?
It’s easy as 1, 2, 3.
To make French more relevant to your students, all …
Don’t have time to make fancy resources for your students?
Have your weekends been full of lesson planning and grading?
Your hard-earned weekends are precious, so we want you to be able to enjoy them.
And at the same time, …
Imagine you walk into your French classroom one afternoon and hear tons of chit chatting.
Upon entering, you can see that every single student is gabbing away.
Not even one student is sitting quietly!
But then—suddenly you realize that everyone …
Two students sit side by side as you teach.
You’re thrilled to be introducing a fun new game.
They both have their eyes on you, and similar expressions on their face.
On the surface, all is well.
But underneath, …
Do your students really want to be understood when they speak in French?
Are your students tired of those little phrase books for tourists that don’t really teach them how to speak like a native?
Do you wish there …