Interactive Flat Panels, Smartboards, Information and Communication Technologies for Education, LSF, French as a Foreign Language
LSF on the cutting edge of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for Education
With over 20 years of experience in the teaching of FLE (French as a Foreign Language), LSF is now revolutionising its teaching methods thanks to new tools on the cutting edge of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for Education. During their stay, LSF students can now enjoy a full pack of tools and services unique in Montpellier !
LSF E-learning platform e-learning.lsf-france.com
To continue practising your French after your lessons, you will have access to our e-learning platform on which you can further your knowledge of the French language and follow current affairs and French culture.
You will use the platform both in lessons and as a supplement to the language lessons and have access to self-correcting exercises, summaries of lessons and to vocabulary and grammar sheets. You can write and comment in French, work on your oral and written comprehension, and exchange with other students and ask your teachers questions.
Our teaching team answer all questions asked on the platform and correct all your written contributions. The aim is to give you educational support and to help you improve your written French through corrections and individual advice.
If you want to continue making progress and furthering your knowledge of the French language, you can continue having access to the e-learning platform after finishing your stay at LSF.
LSF app for Smartphone
Since March 2015 LSF app for Smartphone enables the students to access to their classes schedule or to their host family contacts directly from their mobile phone.
Interactive Flat Panels
LSF has installed 5 interactive flat panels from the SMARTboard range. This investment is part of an educational and excellence initiative undertaken by the school and will continue in 2016 with the purchase of further panels.
These new interactive flat panels, already present in 80% of British classrooms – as opposed to a mere 8% in France – are totally innovative in their interactive and multimedia approach. Students unanimously agree that they clearly provide an added value in terms of interaction, dynamism and add variety to the media used in class. Classes now include the use of the latest multimedia resources which promote oral comprehension, production and interaction.
LSF teachers have followed a specific training course in order to master the use of these new panels and to help them create new teaching materials, activities and games.