Interactive Activities for French Teachers and Students
Have you registered for Zut Junior yet?
In order to use ZUTJunior! between the hours of 9am and 4pm on weekdays, you will now need to register with us. The cost is £24 per school. The rest of the time, the site is free.
If you wish to register a ZUTjunior account, click here.
Registering to Zut Junior will NOT give you access to Zut.
We are moving offices on Friday 10/10/2014.
Please note the new address:
19 Heol Lodwig
Although the sites will not be affecting by the move, it might take us a little longer to respond to your emails or your phone messages.
We do apologise in advance for the inconvenience this might cause. Everything should be running smoothly on Monday 13th of October.
MORE ABOUT THE SITE
In this site, you will find a list of topics (click on the "exercises" link in the left hand side menu), and for each topic exercises for reading, writing and listening skills. We have followed the guidelines of the National Curriculum for MFL at KS2.
We have tried to use as little written skills as possible in the early topics, providing instead a lot of listening and reading exercises. Most of our exercises can be used in conjunction with an interactive whiteboard. Each topic contains Powerpoint presentations to help teachers introduce new vocabulary and there is also a vocabulary and pronunciation section in each topic for non specialist teachers.
Please, do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any suggestions on how we could improve our sites.
Catherine Murphy, September 2014
29 Oct 2008
"A terrific site that contains plenty of online interactive activities organised by year group. Year 7 resources include an opportunity to listen to conversations about holidays and decide if they are true or false. The more difficult words are highlighted and may be selected for a translation. In addition to audio clips, there are wordsearches, crosswords, worksheets and other interesting resources. The site is free to use after 4pm and before 9am so it could be used as a homework resource, but a subscription is required for school use during the day."
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