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Monday, March 30, 2009

French Cultural Trivia Games--Two Varieties to Satisfy Any Appetite!




Hello, French Teachers!

Complimenting our two varieties of games to help you teach vocabulary, we've just released two games to help you teach French culture.



The first game, French Cultural Trivia: Easy, covers the basics of life in France, along with some French history, geography, and basic French questions. We think it's perfect for a first- or second-year class.



If you're interested, you can download a PC users version using this link: here.

Teachers using Macs can download the sample French Cultural Trivia: Easy game here.

If you'd like to buy it, the French Cultural Trivia Game: Easy can be ordered from our parent site here.


Of course, we wouldn't want to stop with Easy, so we made a more challenging version of it, too.

French Cultural Trivia: Difficult
uses the same format as the easy version, so it's a great continuation for more advanced, returning students.

It includes different questions about France and its people, food, geography, and life.



A PC trial for the difficult version is here.

Mac-ers amongst us will find a sample here.

As with all of our Teacher's Brunch games, you'll find these really shine in classrooms with interactive whiteboards. Students can get out of their seats and race to "buzz-in" before the other team, then consult with their own team to make sure their choice from the four options is correct.

No interactive whiteboard? Try it with just a projector. Or, use the games in computer lab work.

However you use them, they're fun and informative. A great way to spend some of that technology stimulus money, made and developed completely in the U.S.A.!

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