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Lexiquefle

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Basic vocabulary and practice exercises on numbers, the family, parts of the body and other topics for beginning learners of French. Interactive activities can be downloaded for educational use.
Material Type: Drill and Practice
Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: October 16, 2002
Date Modified in MERLOT: May 02, 2014
Author:
Send email to perrot.thierry@free.fr
Submitter: Laura Franklin

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Primary Audience: Middle School, High School, College General Ed
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Language: French
Cost Involved: no
Source Code Available: no
Accessiblity Information Available: no
Creative Commons: unsure

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Avatar for Florence Lojacono
4 years ago

Florence Lojacono (Faculty)

I used this material to provide students with extra practice after class. Great for beginners.

Technical Remarks:

Students can download these little software to practice by their own without Internet connection.
Time spent reviewing site: years of use!
Used in course

Avatar for Claire Kew
5 years ago

Claire Kew (Faculty)

Wow! Quite simply one of the best beginning French language sites that I have seen. Each concept (counting, telling time, body parts, family members, etc.) is fully illustrated with catchy animated figures or with authentic photos, all words and dialogues are read aloud, and the practice activities are entertaining and easy to use. I found the "au téléphone" and "à la gare" sections particularly impressive, with sample phone messages and train station announcements available to students at the click of the mouse.
Time spent reviewing site: an hour

Avatar for Emily Howlett
9 years ago

Emily Howlett (Student)

Very easy and helpful for the beginning French student when trying to absorb
vocabulary; also helpful to students trying to develop a perspective of Europe
in general.

Avatar for lainii wallick
9 years ago

lainii wallick (Student)

the site provied drills and tests on basic french: the body, geography, time,
etc. I can see where it would be a useful learning tool if you have the patience
for it.

Technical Remarks:

I didn't really care for the site, it didn't move correctly. for instance the
forward arrow did nothing and the sound effects were annoying.
Used in course

Avatar for   Jennifer
11 years ago

Jennifer (Student)

I spent a few minutes playing with each module. These are easy to understand,
the pictures are clear, and the audio is crisp. I found the numbers section
could be challenging for first time users since it selects 5 sets of numbers,
then you have to remember the ones listed and select them. This is an easy site
to use and learn from.

Avatar for Jen McDermott
11 years ago

Jen McDermott (Student)

Very helpful site. Great for learning vocabulary in a consistent, painless
manner.