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22 Sep 16 06 Feb 19

Teaching resources for GCSE and A Level French

These French resources from Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) UK are free and can be downloaded for use in the classroom with GCSE and A-Level French speakers.

a level resources

These short videos are each accompanied by a transcript and an exercise.

Click on the links below to access the exercises.

  1. Qui sommes nous? >
    An introduction to the work of MSF with video and activities to practise listening, reading, speaking and writing in order to understand the values of MSF’s humanitarian work.
     
  2. Travailler pour MSF >
    Videos with transcripts and activities about MSF staff across the world. 
     
  3. Santé >
    A set of videos and activity worksheets with transcripts about the work of MSF's teams responding to specific health issues.
     
  4. Témoignage >
    French teaching resources that explore MSF's principle of 'témoignage' or 'speaking out'. 

We have tried to ensure that the content is suitable and the language accessible.

GCSE Resources

Follow the links below to access the exercises.

  1. Qui sommes nous? >
    An introduction to the work of MSF with a video looking at how we reach our patients and activities to practise listening, reading, speaking and writing in order to understand the values of MSF’s humanitarian work.
     
  2. Travailler pour MSF >
    A video with transcripts and activities for Foundation and Higher levels about MSF staff across the world. 
     
  3. Santé >
    A collection of videos, presentations, activity worksheets and transcripts about the work of MSF's teams responding to specific health issues.
     
  4. Témoignage >
    Teaching resources that explore MSF's principle of 'témoignage' or 'speaking out' in Central African Republic and Bangladesh.
     

 


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Look out for more French resources from MSF on the Times Educational Supplement website