Le système éducatif français – Listening Lesson with Transcript and Activities
Le système éducatif français – Listening Lesson on ‘le système scolaire français’
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What does the GCSE French listening lesson include?
Today’s lesson is on the topic of ‘le système éducatif français’, or the French schooling system. The whole lesson, which can last anywhere between 60 and 75 minutes, contains an MP3 audio file, read by a native French speaker, as well as the transcript and six activities to exploit the audio.
I put this listening lesson together for a private student as revision for the topic of ‘school’ and the French school system. It contains the basic elements, such as types of school in France, ages school is attended, as well as examinations, subjects studied and details on ‘school uniform’.
You will find an excellent range of higher level vocabulary, which can be supported as necessary for foundation students.
Le système éducatif français audio file:
MP3 audio file format, lasts 1 minute 49 seconds and is read clearly at a medium speed by a native female speaker
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Le système éducatif français transcript and activities
a 2-page word document which includes a word for word transcript and six activities to exploit the audio, as well as practise spontaneous speaking/writing thereafter.
It could be used as a revision lesson for GCSE French on the topic of school, but also as an introduction into the French schooling system.
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