Other FSL Resources for Teachers

Below are links to some of our favorite websites to help FSL teachers plan amazing lessons. We hope you find the sites useful!

French Teaching Resources

 

Tools for French Teachers

  • Discovery Education - FSL teachers can create a variety of different puzzles including word searches, double puzzles and fallen phrases.
  • RubiStar - Allows French teachers to create their own rubrics.
  • BigHugeLabs - Create motivational posters for your FSL classroom.
  • glowtxt.com - A site that provides a selection of unique fonts.
  • TEFL.net - Lets teachers design, print and copy their own worksheets.
  • Instant Classroom - Allows teachers to easily manage their classrooms online. 
  • School Clip Art - Has a large selection of clip art images.
  • Testmoz - A free test generator site that supports 4 different types of questions and offers automatic grading. 
  • Animoto - Create engaging French learning videos for your students.
  • Smore - A site that allows educators to make online flyers. 
  • Education World - Find templates for calendars, newsletters, assessments, award certificates, posters and more.
  • Quia - Create your own French games, or use an existing one from their list of activities.
  • Sen Teacher - Create certificates quickly and easily for your students. 
  • CCFS - Tells you how to make French accent marks on a PC or a Mac.
  • Classroom Clipart - Offers a variety of clipart, clip art pictures and illustrations to choose from.
  • www.micetf.fr - Offers French games and allows teachers to create their own.

Tools for Integrating Technology into Your FSL Classroom

  • MakeBeliefsComix.com - Allows students to create and print their own comic strips in French.
  • ReadWriteThink Printing Press - Provides templates for making newspapers, flyers, booklets and brochures.
  • Poisson Rouge - A selection of online French games and activities for all levels of learners. 
  • Blogger - Start a class blog for your students.
  • Post Crossing - Students can send and receive a postcards in French.
  • JeopardyLabs - Teachers can create a customized jeopardy template without PowerPoint. 
  • Zondle - Allows teachers to create, share and play games with their students. 
  • BigHugeLabs - Allows students to create their own posters and magazine covers using digital photos.
  • Photovisi - Allows your students to create collages using photographs.
  • Audacity - Students can record, edit and save oral projects.
  • Edmodo - Collaborate and share resources with other teachers and students around the world. 
  • SlideShare - Provides an easy way for students to share their PowerPoint presentations and videos.
  • Clipgenerator - Students can create videos using photos, graphics and video clips.
  • WebQuest.Org - Find an existing French WebQuest, or learn how to create your own.
  • Wikispaces - Create a class website, or have each student make their own.
  • ePals Curriki - Allows your students to collaborate with other classes around the world.

 

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