French Intermediate RLO 5 Appearance and Personality
This RLO uses a video clip, and integrates listening (main skill) and reading (sub-skill). Its objective is describing yourself and others.
French Intermediate RLO4 Appearance and Personality
This RLO focuses on listening skills, using a video clip. The objective is describing yourself.
French Intermediate RLO 25 - negative interrogation
This RLO involves a word ordering game that provides practice in the use of the perfect tense in negative questions.
French Intermediate RLO 24 - describing accommodation
This RLO contains a 3-part grammar exercise to practise the perfect tense with '
French Intermediate RLO 22 - describing accommodation
This RLO contains a reading comprehension exercise that involves finding equivalent expressions for describing accommodation.
French Intermediate RLO 18 - regional dishes
This RLO focuses on listening (main skill) and reading (sub-skill). Its main objective is understanding descriptions of regional recipes.
French Intermediate RLO 17 - naming bicycle parts
This RLO is composed of 2 parts. Part 1 contains a listening comprehension activity and introduces vocabulary relating to bicycle parts. Part 2 provides more listening practice, with the focus on understanding instructions.
French Intermediate RLO 16 - expressing lengths of time
This RLO contains a game-based reading activity, focusing on prepositions expressing length of time ('depuis', 'dans' and 'pendant').
French Intermediate RLO 15 - listing household chores
This RLO involves a game-based listening activity about household chores. It also provides spelling practice.
French Intermediate RLO 14 - writing household chores
This RLO focuses on reading skills and vocabulary describing household chores, using video clips and follow up activity.
French Intermediate RLO 11 - expressions of frequency
This RLO uses a game-based translation activity to practise vocabulary expressing frequency; including adverbs such as sometimes, often rarely, etc.
Women buyers and sellers at the Opelika curb market
Caption: "Opelika curb market, opened May 1, 1926. Total sales to September 1, 1928 = $18,050.71." 1928.,JPEG from black-and-white photograph
Agent Turnipseed sharing information with E. L. Burt about legumes
Caption: "W. R. Turnipseed, county agent, showing E. L. Burt the results of first-year vetch." April 14, 1925.,JPEG image from black-and-white photograph
Airplane dusting cotton
Caption: "Airplane dusting cotton, Dallas Co." May 1, 1925.,JPEG image from black-and-white photograph.
Escribir entre dos idiomas
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Les vraies spécificités des départements d’outre-mer
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Deux années au Brésil
Récit illustré de voyage au Brésil
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