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Useful Links

Here are some useful links that can be used by you and your child to facilitate learning and help improve French skills.


 http://www.ed.gov.nl.ca/edu/
This link will bring you to the Newfoundland and Labrador Curriculum Guide for this course. Here you can find the course outcomes as well as evaluation rubrics and other course information.  


 http://www.ed.gov.nl.ca/edu/k12/evaluation/exams.html
As you know, this course has a public final exam worth 50%. On this site you can find sample public exams to help your child prepare. 


http://www.cpfnl.ca/
Canadian Parents for French – Newfoundland and Labrador (CPF-NL) is part of the national network of volunteers which values French as an integral part of Canada and which is dedicated to the promotion and creation of French-second-language learning opportunities for young Canadians.  This site is a wealth of information for students and parents and can provide useful information about learning and studying French.


www.bonpatron.com
BonPatron is an online grammatical aid that identifies spelling and gramatical errors (gender, verbe tense, syntax, etc.) Students are to type (or copy and paste) their text into the editor and click "vérifier le texte". The BonPatron will then indicate spelling and grammatical errors and suggest how to correct them.


 http://www.olf.gouv.qu.ca/ressources/gdt.html
Le Grand Dictionnaire Terminologique is an online dictionary that not only offers definitions but synonyms and antonyms in French and English. To start, choose the 'langue d'interrogation' and the 'langue d'équivalent" for the word you would like to define, and almost instantly you have the information you need about the word you are looking for.


 www.francophonie.org
On this site, students can find useful information about the different countries in La Francophonie. This site will be useful for projects and assignments during this course. 


www.zut.org.uk
Zut! is an interactive website for French students (or anyone who would like to ameliorate their French skills). There are a multitude of activities on varying subjects. On this site, students can play games, do grammar excercises,  improve their comprehension skills through listening exercises, etc.
 
www.francophonie.org
On this site, students can find useful information about the different countries in La Francophonie. This site will be useful for projects and assignments during this course. 

In addition, websites for various FSL textbooks offer an opportunity for additional practice in listening, reading comprehension, vocabulary development, and writing (including grammar).  Some examples are:

http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0073386448/information_center_view0/

http://college.cengage.com/languages/french/thompson/maisoui/3e/students/index.html
 


 

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