How many French clichés can you name in a minute?
Baguettes, berets, red wine, mimes, stinky cheese, stinky armpits… and that’s just off the top of my head.
Wouldn’t you love your French language students to have a broader, more …
The spooky season is nearly upon us.
Witches, magic potions, goblins and fairies await.
It will soon be l’Halloween !
France as a country has been slow to adopt the holiday, but since the French love costume parties, it’s now …
Think your students would fancy being a princess, a witch or a fairy?
It is no big secret that storytelling is a fantastic language teaching tool—but you may not realize that fairy tales are great for all ages and …
As an AP French teacher, you’re always working against the clock.
But that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice creativity for efficiency.
In fact, the designated course themes lend themselves very well to creative and efficient French teaching.
Sometimes there’s no harm in sugar-coating.
Like, for instance, when you dress up French grammar to make practicing more fun.
When your students interact with grammar in engaging games, that practice might just become your students’ favorite part of …
Could you drink the exact same juice day after day?
Chances are, you prefer variety!
And so do your students.
So if you’re looking for fun, new ways to teach French, look no further.
Here are four bright …
A great opportunity for fun French lessons is hoppity-hopping your way.
Christmas has gone by in a flurry of “ho ho hos” and the New Year is in full swing.
Mardi Gras and Valentine’s Day are but memories.
But guess …
Ever heard a catchy tune once and had it stuck in your head the whole day?
Those musical earworms can really drill their way into your brain!
Singing is great entertainment. People sing in the shower, at sporting …
What weighs the equivalent of 10 elephants?
I’ll give you a hint: It’s in Paris, France.
Believe it or not, it’s the paint on the Eiffel Tower!
Your students will find that fact just as interesting as you did, …
Do you want to be an innovative, forward-looking French teacher in the modern classroom?
Of course you do!
But if you’ve taught for many years with just a blackboard and the occasional PowerPoint presentation, walking into a modern classroom can …