Tuesday, 22 March 2011

French listening resources.

When I started blogging a couple of years ago, my intention was that my blog would be a sort of online catalogue/review of the best resources and web content available to improve teaching of MFL.

The Panda Pops version of what Joe Dale does, if you will. The Home Bargains (cheap and cheerful) equivalent of his John Lewis like blog.

Unfortunately, this page has become more a place for the rantings of a grumpy old man than for sharing good practice and ideas.

Today is different. I am going back to basics and getting all serious and recommending a very good resource.

It's the free language tutorials from ielanguages.com.

In particular, the French listening resource podcasts.

They are completely free to download as mp3 files and etremely useful for anyone studying French, especially as exam season is almost upon us. I recommend them to my year 11 French class and to you.

Go on.

Try them.


Steve Smith said...

Good spot, Dom. Jennie has done some great work there. Ta for the link. Will recommend.

Dom said...

Thanks for the comment :0)

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