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									                                     IGCSE Revision Websites

GCSE Bitesize
Practise listening, reading and writing questions; mock GCSE oral (with animations); exam skills
and revision checklists; « Destination Death » interactive game to practice language skills in
context.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/french/

Linguastars.com
Username: wis
Password: pokfulam

Practise all IGCSE topics through a wide variety of games and self-marking exercises;
vocabulary sheets; worksheets available to download.
    http://www.linguastars.com/

Linguascope.com
Username: wis
Password: pokfulam

Click “Retrouvez le Sourire” in the centre of the page for an interactive game set in Paris (good
for practising role play situations); basic vocabulary practice by topic through games.
     http://www.linguascope.com/

Languagesonline
Interactive self-marking exercises on topic vocabulary and grammar; a wide variety of games to
practise vocabulary; reading questions.
    http://www.languagesonline.org.uk/



ESF Language Centre Website
Interactive self-marking exercises by IGCSE topic (linked to the WIS curriculum); past IGCSE
questions; listen to IGCSE oral topic questions; grammar practice; video links.
    http://www.langcentre.net/
Zut!
ID: 2980
Password: sis
Topic-based interactive listening, reading and writing exercises; grammar practice; role-play
practice.
    http://www.zut.org.uk/index.html

Ashcombe School Website
Videos with interactive self-marking quizzes to test vocabulary and grammar; games and quizzes
for role-play situations and high-frequency vocabulary;
    http://www.ashcombe.surrey.sch.uk/Curriculum/modlang/index.htm

International School of Toulouse Website
IGCSE-specific vocabulary and information about the exam papers; grammar practice (past,
present and future!); interactive games
    http://194.3.120.243/french/Amusez-vous/Amusez-vous.htm

Language Guide
Improve your pronunciation and grammar.
    http://www.languageguide.org/francais/grammar/

French Revision
Interactive exercises at beginner, intermediate and advanced level; past GCSE papers
    http://www.frenchrevision.co.uk/

Polar FLE
Practise your French in context by solving a murder mystery (beginner to advanced level).
     http://www.polarfle.com/
     http://www.edexcel-international.org/quals/igcse/4365/

The French Experience (BBC website)
10 online topics based on a 20-part TV series with quizzes (watch, listen or read)
     http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/french/experience/index.shtml

French Steps (BBC website)
Practise role play situations by topic through audio and images and keep check of your progress
as you go.
     http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/french/lj/menu.shtml

MFL Games
Practise basic vocabulary though games such as “concentration”, “wheel of fortune”, “who wants
to be a millionaire” and word searches.
      http://www.mflgames.co.uk/

Aiglon College Website
Online exercises and games for GCSE topics
    http://www.aiglon.ch/langlink/finteractivegcse.html

WildFrench
GCSE topic revision (grammar and vocabulary) linked to textbooks; past exam paper practice;
download exercises to use off-line with your computer.
    http://www.wildfrench.co.uk/contentstext.html

The French Tutorial
Practise pronunciation, grammar and numbers through this course.
    http://www.frenchtutorial.com/standard/toc.php

Real French
Nine vocabulary games - choose intermediate or beginner level; grammar explanations provided
by the Manchester Metropolitan University - scroll down the list for an area you wish to revise
(see top left of page).
    http://www.realfrench.net/vocab/index.php
    http://www.realfrench.net/

BBC Languages – Your Say
Interesting ways of learning vocabulary to suit all learning styles.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/yoursay/vocabulary.shtml

French Games
Use the illustrated vocabulary exercises to practice your vocabulary.
    http://users.skynet.be/providence/vocabulaire/francais/menu.htm

								
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