Archive for November, 2009
To make your learning experience even more enriching, we have created a complementary companion blog site to Bonfrancais.com. It is a meeting place where you will be able to find one new high-quality learning resource to help you better your French every day.
GoFrenchgo.com (http://www.gofrenchgo.com) will not only direct you to the very best existing online resources, but it will also set you out on a new and exciting cyberspace learning adventure. Un, deux, trois, go! C’est parti!
Visit us regularly. We’ll be there for you!
Let me briefly introduce myself. My name is Diane Lord and I would like to share my passion for the French language with you. I have been teaching French as a first and second language and specialized in school administration and computer-assisted learning for the past twenty-five years. I am also the current director of FSL All.com, an online directory of FREE French learning resources for students and teachers of French as a second language.
FSL All.com now offers over 1,400 free resources to learn French as a second language (FSL) or French as a foreign language (FLE) on the web. New resources are added to the site on a daily basis which makes it a place to visit and re-visit.
I’m pleased to welcome you to this new blog about French as a Second Language Learning.
You will find, in this blog, a series of great tips to improve your French as a second language or as a foreign language. It doesn’t really matter if you are a beginner, an intermediate or an advanced student, for learners of all levels will here find suitable resources to meet their language needs. Our aim will always be to direct you to the best FREE resources available online and that, we believe, can make an important difference in your learning.
When you are a beginner, what can make a difference? How can you learn French fast and obtain great results?
One of the answers to these questions is to visit high-quality directories of first-class French as a second language learning (FSL) resources.
Our first choice is by far http://www.fslall.com. That site was created by experienced educators in the field of second-language learning and teaching. It offers over 1,400 FREE online resources to help you better your French. Take advantage of some of the material it offers and see how quickly your French will improve.