Virtual classes with Zoom from Monday 23 March
Your teachers will send you the link to Zoom via Padlet and will be liaising with you and answering your questions.
Virtual classes will be set up in order to maintain your personal connection to your teacher. We recommend downloading the free Zoom software here for the best experience.
Benefits of Virtual Classes
Privacy: If you don’t like being on camera, you can shut off the video setting at any time. You can also choose a virtual background on Zoom.
Constant support: You can communicate with your teacher through Padlet for homework and extra activities.
Convenience: Online classes can happen right from home!
Zoom - Tutorial for students
In the meantime, please check out those websites to have access online French resources.
Linguascope - The World's No 1 Interactive Language Learning Platform for Schools
For AF members, please email us at email@example.com to ask your log in details.
Frantastique - Online French classes
Online classes, exercises, grammar, videos.
French podcasts about culture.
The French government put in place a special cultural offer to help people to live better this period of self-isolation. This offer called "Culture chez nous" is diverse, with online resources for everyone (children, families, adults). Please click here to discover it.
The French Institute also offers online resources during self-isolation, until May 30th: French courses, books and documentaries. You can create a free account and have access to all theses resources here.
La Fête du Court à la maison, from March 25th until March 31st. Please click here if you want to apply.
Please feel free to email us if you have any questions or concerns.
Isolés mais toujours ensemble
Alliance Française Wellington Team.