If you want authentic materials for your lesson but don’t have time to search the net, here’s something for you. Topical, engaging news articles and video clips with suggested teaching ideas.
Which three words would you pick to sum up your life and values? It's an interesting question to put to a class, and this interactive quiz from www.enfenenino.com will help you all decide.
Although the way the test results are worded are aimed at women, the questions themselves could apply to anyone and are very accessible. Your favourite colour, the song that gets you up on the dance floor, where you'd like to go on holiday: these are some of the 10 aspects which will help to decide the three words that define you.
This could be a nice homework task and students could then write their own version of the quiz for a partner to work through.
If you are studying the topic of technology, your students will love Soprano's double-edged love song to his smart phone: 'Mon précieux'.
We love Zaz's catchy songs, many of which are perfect for use in the MFL classroom. Song lyrics are one way to expose students to authentic texts and if you can get them singing along, so much the better!
We've created a listening resource based around Zaz's popular hit 'Je veux', designed to make the lyrics more accessible and encourage some group translation. You can find her video on YouTube and the full song lyrics online.