- Acapela is a good website for helping students with pronunciation.
- Ashcombe School have shared lots of MFL resources on their site.
- BBC GCSE Bitesize
- BBC Languages
- Babbel is a language learning app.
- Changing Phase is Claire Seccombe's MFL ideas and resources site.
- ClassTools has games, quizzes and countdown timers.
- Elvisrunner shares musings from her MFL classroom. Also check out her Twitter.
- Français Extra is a website for beginner, intermediate and advanced learners of French.
- Frenchteacher is a site by former head of MFL, Steve Smith. Lots of resources and more links here. Also check out his Twitter.
- Le Monde can be used for its French articles.
- French radio stations could help them to develop their listening skills.
- Hello Mylo helps students of French, German, Spanish and Chinese.
- Hounsdown School - French - a Pinterest board with a ton of cartoons, videos and quotes.
- Hounsdown School - Spanish - a Pinterest board with a ton of cartoons, videos and quotes.
- My Languages - a blog from Isabelle Jones with resources for language teachers. Also check out her Twitter.
- Kahoot is one of my favourites. It allows you to make your own interactive quizzes which students answer on their phones, iPads or computers.
- Languages Online has lots of good online MFL exercises.
- The Languages Resources Blog by Samantha Broom. And her Twitter.
- Linguascope is a nice colourful website with games for learners of English, French, Spanish, German and Italian.
- MFL Ideas Factory is a blog designed for those interested in language teaching.
- MorganMFL is my old blog where I used to share ideas and resources. Also check out my Twitter.
- Light Bulb Languages (previously MFL Sunderland) is a site has some great resources.
- Memrise is probably my ultimate favourite vocabulary learning site.
- Resources for the MFL Classroom is a blog by Michelle Cairns. She also has a student blog and a Twitter.
- Padlet is a bit like a notice board except it's online.
- Pinterest: MorganMFL - Resources
- Pinterest: MorganMFL - My Classroom
- QR Code Generator. Also see my previous post if you need help with this.
- Quia is a game site for all sorts of subjects.
- Quizdini is another website which allows you to make your own quizzes.
- Quizlet is another vocabulary learning site.
- Slideshare allows you to upload your PowerPoint presentations which you can then embed into a blog.
- El Mundo can be used for Spanish articles.
- Spanish radio stations could help students to develop their listening skills.
- Sporcle generates quizzes which you can share with students.
- Staffroom Swop Shop is a blog by Rebecca Wylie where she shares lots of fantastic ideas. Also check out her incredible student blog on Weebly and her Twitter.
- TES has all sorts of resources shared by generous teachers.
- Tagxedo lets you make word clouds.
- Teaching Ideas has some MFL resources.
- Textivate creates interactive activities based on any text you copy into the box - a good one for reading skills.
- The Language Zone is a blog I created for my students a while ago.
- Voki allows you to create speaking avatars.
- WordReference is an online dictionary.
Amazing MFL Twitterers
Check out my post on my previous blog about the amazing world of Twitter and join the #mfltwitterati!
Updated 5th April 2017
Updated 5th April 2017