10 Captivating French Novels for Your High School Students | FluentU French Educator BlogThey are used in schools as far apart as the Scilly Isle Read More Full colour story books with a glossary containing approximately words in each book. The audio CDs contain the story and exercises read by native speakers This collection of readers, adapted from fables by Fedro, Aesop and La Fontaine, follow the format of the Green Line series.
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Reading A-Z resources organized into weekly content-based units and differentiated instruction options. Benchmark Assessments Go to Benchmark Passages. Leveled books are key to any leveled reading program, and French Leveled Books support instruction in comprehension, vocabulary, close reading of text, and more for students developing French literacy skills. French Leveled Books promote biliteracy and content-area instruction with support resources to build emerging bilingual students' listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. A balanced collection of fiction and nonfiction French texts also promotes thematic instruction and vocabulary development.
Below is my French reading list of books that I have personally read and recommend to my students. You can sort the French reading list by difficulty, author, title, etc. View the book on Amazon by clicking on the title. Please note that these are affiliate links: I will earn a small commission if you go to Amazon through this link. Same price for you, but a little tip for me! Thank you! I will add new books to this list over time, so come back to check it out!
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Modern technology obliging , students today tend to spend more time watching videos, playing online games and checking their social media feeds than reading books, however interesting those books may be. Perfectly adequate for high school students, these novels will enrich their vocabulary while substantiating their general knowledge of the French literature and culture. And in case your students favor use modern technology over the old paperback, you can easily find these titles in digital version. A simple, naive, young man is indoctrinated into the optimism doctrine of German philosopher Leibniz by his teacher Pangloss, and then embarks on a life-changing adventure around the world. Throughout his travels from Westphalia to Lisbon, Constantinople and the mythical El Dorado, he experiences catastrophes, violence and pain. This iconic, fantasy and drama-filled fairy tale has been taught to French students for decades.