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    L’environnement – French Environment Listening Lesson

    Teaching the topic of environment and in need of a listening lesson for la protection de l’environnement topic? Look no further, French teachers! This is a ready-to-go, no-prep listening lesson with MP3 audio file, read by a native speaker at a medium speed, with a word-for-word transcript and six activities to practise the subject of environment. You can use this lesson revision for your French learners before their exams, as well as being ideal as an introduction, or towards the end of the environment topic as consolidation. …So many possibilities! What is included in this French listening lesson on ‘la protection de l’environnement’? MP3 AUDIO FILE The MP3 audio file…

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    Les réseaux sociaux – French Listening Lesson with Transcript

    French Listening Lesson on Social Media and Social Networks Social media and ‘les réseaux sociaux’ are a staple part of most young peoples’ lives in the 21st century. Therefore, I feel they are excellent themes to include in French GCSE exams. However, as normal, I can’t find any great resources that don’t cost a bomb to help to practise listening skills on the topic. So, I decided to create this lesson on social media for GCSE French lessons. I believe it would work really well as an introduction into the social media topic in Year 10,  or used with year 11 as revision. What is in the lesson on ‘les réseaux sociaux’?…

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    6 French Listening GCSE Websites To Improve Skills

    Why Improve French Listening Skills for GCSE? For the revised 9-1 AQA GCSE French examinations from 2016, each skill: speaking, listening, reading and writing now accounts for 25% of the overall GCSE French grade. In addition, ‘students must enter at one tier for all four skills, not a combination of both’ (AQA Summary Of Changes), which suggests that developing solid French listening skills has become an even more vital component for being successful in the subject. With the changes in allocation of marks and ‘the requirement for students to manipulate and make more independent use of the target language’ (AQA Summary of Changes), there are other added pressures, such as…