Teaching/learning French? You definitely need resources. Using just textbooks and textbook CDs is so limiting compared with the myriad of options available on the Internet. But you may not have time to look for them. I am here to help you.
Today I am going to share with you online French vocabulary resources:
Talk In French – This is an amazing website for all French learners. On the website blog there are many useful resources. In the vocabulary/expressions blog category we find topics such as:
How to express Disagreement and Agreement in a conversation? 50 expressions in French, French vocab: Fruits and Grains, French Vocab: PETS AND ANIMALS, French Vocabulary not learned at school: Money, List of 218 Phrasal Verbs translated in French and more.
For more VOCABULARY/EXPRESSIONS resources visit: www.talkinfrench.com/french-vocabulary-expression/
Are you more interested in slang expressions? Use this link: www.talkinfrench.com/tag/slang/
French Learner – this site offers Skype lessons but the trainer is sharing many resources online for free. If you are looking for a specific vocabulary list (eg. directions, airplane, family members, anatomy, animals, art, banking, baby…) this is the place you should go:
Vocabulary lists to specific topics –www.frenchlearner.com/vocabulary/
PINTEREST – many vocabulary posters for French classrooms can be found on Pinterest, the social network where users “pin” pictures on virtual message boards. I am sharing one board with you as an example:
Le Francias – www.pinterest.com/guapaycanelo/le-francais/
Librairie interactive – this website offers many downloadable posters for primary students.
Primary French class posters – www.librairie-interactive.com/spip.php?page=mot&mots=18
Let me know your questions and please share this article so that other teachers can also benefit.
Veronika, trainer, passionate teacher, blogger, member of smartclasscommunity team