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Rigolo Computer programme

I have used the Rigolo computer software for several months now, and it is fun! You follow the...
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Why do people learn French?

France and French culture have been major players in Europe as we know it today. France...
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Reading around the subject

My best advice to parents wishing to improve their children's French language skills, both...
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Recommended Books

These are my recommended books for Key Stage 1 French: Un Deux Trois - Eileen Jones Developing...

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    Hello! I am a native French speaker. I'm a full-time freelance teacher and translator. I came to Edinburgh in 2002 to start my master's degree, and I loved the city so much that I never left!
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  • Why do people learn French?

    Guillaume Key Stage 1 French Tutor (South West London) Picture France and French culture have been major players in Europe as we know it today. France has contributed massively to the common cultural heritage of humanity. In theatre and literature, poetry and philosophy, painting and sculpture, architecture and music, some of the greatest names in...
  • Reading around the subject

    Key Stage 1 French Tutor (South West London) Picture My best advice to parents wishing to improve their children's French language skills, both written and oral, from an early age, is to be creative with the teaching and relentless. I have found that aside from the dry rote of French grammar, children improve fluency quicker if they can relate to...
  • Rigolo Computer programme

    Déborah Natanson Key Stage 1 French Tutor (Edinburgh) Picture I have used the Rigolo computer software for several months now, and it is fun! You follow the story of an English family moving to France through short animated stories, followed by games and exercises. Children love the characters (especially the dragon, Bof), and learn a lot of basic French...

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    Key Stage 1 French Tutor (Kingston upon Thames) Picture These are my recommended books for Key Stage 1 French: Un Deux Trois - Eileen Jones Developing French - Madeleine Bender Comptes a Chanter - Nursery Rhymes