This is a really useful app for any teachers trying to reduce time spent marking and giving feedback to written work and tests! It can be used for any subject. Best of all, it’s free!
French videos are obviously a fantastic resource to include in the French classroom. However, I have struggled to find videos suitable for Junior Cert and Senior Cycle level but I eventually managed to find a few! I have another post on other aural resources here.
Continue reading “Authentic French Videos for Junior and Leaving Cert”
The listening section is something that requires a good knowledge of “recognition” vocabulary.
Here are four more sentence constructions that I hope will be of benefit to you for Leaving Cert French.
Below are a few useful sentences that can be manipulated to suit any theme. These are better than other “learned off” sentences because inserting vocabulary relevant to theme makes it more relevant to question, therefore appearing less “learned off.” Hope they are helpful.
I recently received an email from a student teacher asking for some advice before she embarked on teaching practise. It really got me thinking about my own experience with “school experience” and I thought that a blog post may be helpful to some other student teachers. I was lucky enough to get a 1.1 in my teaching practice and degree so I hope that this helps somebody.