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6 Awesome French Games That Capture Even High School Students’ Attention


Are you failing to keep your high school students engaged?

Maybe they’re too distracted by their phones to learn vocabulary.

Maybe they’re not as motivated as you are about conjugation and grammar.

What if there was a fun way to

Need High-quality Resources for Teaching Primary French? Don’t Miss These 6 Sites!


Are you looking for tip-top French resources to inspire your primary school students?

You’ve come to the right place!

Younger learners are at an incredible advantage in some ways compared to older French learners.

They can absorb knowledge …

French Teacher Certification: How to Make Your Teaching Dreams a Reality


Do you have a passion for the French language that just won’t quit?

If so, becoming a certified French teacher may be an exciting career choice for you.

Aside from validating your knowledge of the French language and culture, …

How to Create Fantastic French Lesson Plans for Beginners of Absolutely Any Age Group


Teaching beginners is always exciting.

You’re the first person who can really shape their relationship with French. As such, your lessons will make a deciding impact on the rest of their language learning journey.

And with great powers come great

5 Significant Steps to Bring the Flipped Classroom to Your French Classes Today


Are you looking to bring your French classroom to the 21st century?

A revolutionary teaching method is turning the traditional classroom upside down.

You’ve probably heard about it, but perhaps without knowing what it’s really all about.

It’s called

7 Career-changing Blogs by Your Fellow French Teachers


Are you in dire need of inspiration for your French teaching?

You’re not alone.

Being a French teacher is an incredibly rewarding, enriching profession, but it can often prove isolating.

As an instructor, it’s not unusual to fall prey …

7 Kinds of French Teaching Materials to Wow Your Students With


Does your French classroom lack energy?

Are you using the same materials over and over again?

Are your students neglecting their books and being distracted by their phones?

If so, it’s safe to say that your classroom needs a change