http://emc.bookshelf.emcp.com This is our new textbook's website from T'es branché?http://irc.emcp.com/index.php?titleID=2811&title=T%27es%20branch%E9%3F%201%20%28login%20required%29 This is an additional website from our textbook T'es branché? that you can use for more practice and games. It has vocabulary flash cards for each individual lesson, as well as activities for practicing each grammar point taught in that chapter. Everyone should have the username and password written down in their agendas, along with their textbook login information.www.classzone.com This site is from our old textbook, Discovering French Nouveau! by Valette and Valette. It's great for practicing before a quiz or unit test.http://www.education.vic.gov.au/languagesonline/ A fun site for beginning/basic grammar and vocabulary. Lots of games. Very user friendly.http://1jour1actu.com/infos-animees/page/2 Listening activities! 1-2 minute clips in French with animation explaining kids' questions, such as, "What is the Nobel Peace Prize? Who is Ghandi? What does it mean to be handicapped?" etc.Tennessee Bob Tennessee Bob's Famous French Links - whatever you're looking for, it's here!http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/french/ A myriad of activities, including videos and speaking, for all levels of learners. LOTS to explore. Good for adults/families who will be traveling in a French-speaking country.www.lepointdufle.net Loaded with activites for every level language learner. You just search the grammar or vocabulary topic in which you'd like practice. There's a link at the top of the homepage that allows you to choose English. This is especially helpful when looking for a specific grammar point, such as ER verbs in the present tense, or irregular verbs such as AVOIR/ÊTRE/FAIRE/ALLER. Once you enter the particular link, the work will be done in French.http://www.lepointdufle.net/vocabulaire.htm These are the three vocabulary pages. Page 1: Diverse beginning nouns, people, the body, in town, places, shops, transportation, on vacation, jobs/professions, desk/school/computer objects, house/room vocab, food, clothing. Page 2: Cardinal + Ordinal numbers, time, date, days, months, seasons, climate, weather, nature, animals, animal sounds, sports, hobbies, the arts, musical instruments, colors, shapes, made out of... Page 3: Prefixes, suffixes, synonyms, antonyms, often confused words, false cognates, anglicismes, abbreviations, idiomatic expressions (être/avoir/faire), slang expressions.http://www.lepointdufle.net/ticecreation.htm For teachers, how-to pageshttp://thinkquest.org/pls/html/f?p=52300:30:2357529572776665::::P30_CATEGORY_ID:CPJ_FRENCH Beginning Level 1 French, with explanations, examples, and practice.http://www.realfrench.net/pdf/prep.pdf List of verbs/infinitives and their prepositions (les verbes méchants!) We say "to call someone", but in French, they say to call to someone = téléphoner à quelqu'un. ex. Je téléphone à ma mère.http://fslactivities.ca/kidsplayground/index.html A plethora of games and activities with links to many other sources.http://fog.ccsf.edu/~creitan/grammar.htm A site with practice quizzes for everything!http://www.tapis.com.au/studentbook1/Unit1/index.html Basic vocab and grammar, 12 units are covered.http://www.nelsonthornes.com/secondary/modern_lang/ap/grammarnet/default.html Interactive grammar quizzes, lots of topics.http://www.swarthmore.edu/Humanities/gmoskos1/interexercice/inter2.htm (our own backyard!)http://www.didieraccord.com/ (click on niveau 1 or niveau 2)http://www.studystack.com/ (choose your language: flashcards, hangman, matching, etc.)http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/rgshiwyc/school/curric/hotpotatoes/index.htm (explanations, activities, games, vocabulary, grammar - you name it, this site's got it!)http://www.atantot-extra.co.uk/ AWESOME! Games, games, and more games, including "Fling the teacher". :^Ohttp://www.prof2000.pt/users/deogil/fran/Indgram.htm A Portuguese teacher who teaches French!http://www.didierconnexions.com/# A website specifically designed for use online and self-correcting.http://lexiquefle.free.fr/learn-french.htm On-line course with vocab and grammar in aural and written forms.http://www.linguascope.com/preview/default.htm Addictively fun games to play. It's just a sample of what the pay-for website would have to offer.*We have a subscription again to this website for the 2015-2016 school year. Please ask any teacher in the foreign language department for the username and password.http://platea.pntic.mec.es/~cvera/hotpot/exos/index.htm Learn grammar through ♪ ♫ song ♫ ♪ lyrics.http://www.klbict.co.uk/ Beginning level website, multilingual: French/Spanish/German/Latin/Italian/Japanese.http://www.phillipmartin.info/clipart/homepage2.htm Not language related but lots of free clip art.http://www.pedagosite.net/archives/pedago_imagier.htm Beginning, photo vocabhttp://peinturefle.free.fr/indexjeu.htm An art website, with colors, poems art work, and links to all the museums of France!http://users.skynet.be/providence/vocabulaire/francais/menu.htm Vocabulary illustrated in French.http://fslactivities.ca/frquiz2.html Kindergarten - Intermediate Level. All kinds of activities!http://www.allgemeinbildung.ch/home.htm In 5 languages, grouped vocab, grammar, songs, HUGE site.http://www.ac-dijon.fr/crdp/ HUGE site, for teachers to explore - themed vocab drawingshttp://alphalucie.free.fr/ALPHA/SommaireVocabulaire.html fiches de vocabulaire avec activitiés - 7 thèmeshttp://www.estudiodefrances.com/ Grammar, vocabulary, games, and phonetics. Large site.http://fr.ver-taal.com/index.htm HUGE grouped vocab pictures, drop-down, w/hangman, listening, + grammar.http://www.digitaldialects.com/French.htm Listening, spelling, and games. Really good graphics and fun!http://www.languagesonline.org.uk/Hotpotatoes/frenchindex.htm French teacher created website over 150 topics!http://www.languageguide.org/ Interactive sound-integrated language learning site. In French/Italian/English, great for verb conjugations, vocabulary, and reading/pronunciation.http://www.af.ca/ Alliance Française d'Ottowahttp://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/french/lj/menu.shtml Great site if you're going to be traveling to a French-speaking country. :) It covers the basics.http://jeudeloie.free.fr/plateau.htm From débutant to advanced, 4 levels, lots of grammar games, set up like a board game.http://apprendre.tv5monde.com/fr/niveaux/a1-debutant Instructional Beginner website from TV5 Monde in France. Lots of practice with vocab, pronunciation, grammar, etc.http://pages.infinit.net/yhetu/index.htm Auto-correcting with both multiple choice and fill-in exercises on varied grammar points.