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POLARFLE

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A murder mystery that allows students to select their French proficiency level before attempting to solve the crime. The student must complete exercises in a prescribed sequence in order to solve the mystery. Innovative and engaging.
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Material Type: Simulation
Technical Format: Website
Date Added to MERLOT: November 27, 2000
Date Modified in MERLOT: January 02, 2018
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Send email to perrot.thierry@free.fr
Submitter: Laura Franklin

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Primary Audience: College General Ed
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Language: English
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Avatar for Emily Howlett
12 years ago

Emily Howlett (Student)

Very fun and interesting way to work on French vocabulary and grammar. I liked
also how I was able to work at my own language proficiency level in the crime
mysteries.

Avatar for Laura Pollock
13 years ago

Laura Pollock (Student)

What a fun way to build vocabulary and practice your grammar skills. An
engaging and absorbing site for all levels of proficiency.
Used in course

Avatar for   Davison
16 years ago

Davison (Student)

This site was a lot of fun and very useful. I worked through the whole thing at
the easiest level. The mouseover pictures and other vocabulary and grammar
features were also very useful. I learned a lot from this site and it was very
easy to use. Thanks.

Technical Remarks:

No problems and the site was well coded.

Avatar for Tony Serio
16 years ago

Tony Serio (Student)

Very nice site. Great way to test your level of French in an interesting and
interactive format. Like a French Carmen San Diego.