Christmas is the perfect time for spreading holiday cheer in your classroom.
For some, it’s a moment to bring the family together over great food.
For others, it’s about the enchanting decorations, classic Christmas movies and cheerful Christmas songs…
It’s that time again.
You know, the most wonderful time of the year!
Your young French learners have been eagerly waiting for it.
And if you’re like me, you’ve probably been counting down the days to Christmas, too!
The food, …
Are you teaching children or children-at-heart?
Either way, it’s pretty safe to say that Christmas is a favorite holiday of most students.
So this holiday season, bring some heart-warming games to your French classroom!
These games are guaranteed to turn …
The passé composé is the bogeyman of intermediate French.
Students often fear learning it—so you’ve got to help them be brave and rise up!
As the teacher, it’s your duty to arm them with the weapons they need to conquer …
Is your French classroom time seeming repetitive?
Dare we say even…tedious?
Are your students getting bored and not progressing the way they should be?
It can be tough to keep the energy level high in your French classroom.
For one …
So, you’ve heard that websites can help students improve their French learning skills.
Your colleagues might use them and constantly rave (read: brag) about how the students are so much more excited (and efficient, cooperative and self-sufficient) now that they …
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, …