In your language course at L’école de français you always have access to a web page to review the course content, but today we’re offering you 3 websites where you can choose what to review according to your level. It’s open to all, self-correcting and of course… free.
The new product for 2023. Equipe réussite brings together several online FLE method exercises, such as Atelier (which we use in our courses at L’école de français) and Saison. There’s even a revision section called “rebrassage”.
The advantage of this site is that you can follow the progression of the textbook. You can choose which themes to study. You can work on vocabulary, grammar or phonetics, as well as listening comprehension. The choice is yours, and you can practice at your own pace.
It’s a website that’s been around for several years, but is still as effective as ever. It’s a selection of online activities created by the CAVILAM – Alliance Française teaching team with the support of the SCAC / Institut français de Tunisie. It covers several skills, but my favorite part is the grammar exercises, which are categorized by level and then by subject.This site is a gold mine of resources for learners and teachers alike. Very useful when you want to focus on a particular (grammatical) point.
You’ll find resources for levels A1 to B2
Maybe you don’t know this site. Initially designed for French-speaking children and teenagers, it features French exercises (and maths too, but that’s another subject). I use it in both FLAM and FLE courses to review various grammatical notions. There are sub-sections for grammar, spelling, vocabulary and conjugation, and if you feel like it, there are also dictations. Lessons are available for re-explanation, and there are multiple self-correcting exercises.
As a plus for children, there’s also a game corner with riddles, and they can even suggest jokes.