The slides from my presentation are here and the worksheet in French that I used as an example is available here. Cambridge Collaborative A Level Resources for Languages Or check out our CCARL playlist on the MMLL YouTube channel. Enrich your teaching of A-level French with these proven MFL resources on key topics, such as social issues and artistic culture, and on key language skills, such as grammar, translation and the authentic practice of listening and speaking. This collection is also very useful for any examination board to review, as well as to expand students' vocabulary and familiarize them with French-speaking culture.
These resource packs for online teachers are compatible with Pearson Edexcel's latest international advanced levels (IAL) in Arabic, French, German and Spanish. These are other online resources that require a subscription or a one-time fee for some courses. International A levels have a modular structure, but are still comparable to A levels, as confirmed by NARIC (the national agency responsible for providing information and expert opinions on qualifications and skills around the world). After my presentation at the TM MFL icons webinar on Saturday (January 23, 2012), I have taken a look at all the websites that were recommended for using authentic resources in teaching A Level and have compiled the best ones here.
As a passionate and experienced linguist, my goal is to save you valuable time and provide resources that enrich your students' learning experience while providing them with the tools and knowledge they need to pass every exam.