French Online Homework

Wednesday 15th January 2020

Bonjour !

Our  French  online  homework  (which  is  to  be found at  www.pearsonactivelearn.com)  is  undergoing  some changes.

All  pupil  usernames  have  been  changed.  An  ‘-AL’ has  been  added  to  the  existing  usernames.

Passwords  remain the same.

So, for  example,  let’s  say  you’re  John  Smith.   Your  username  was   JohnSmith   and  your  password  was  ChangeMe1234.

Your  new  username  will be     JohnSmith-AL

Your  password  will still  be  ChangeMe1234.

 

Parents/carers  of S1-3  French-learning  pupils  whose  children  have  forgotten their  details  are welcome  to email  me  at  J.Poots@mgfl.net  and I’ll be delighted  to  provide them.

Parents/carers   can  use  their  children’s  log in details to  see  how they’ve been doing homework-wise  and  read  teacher feedback.  You can see how  your  children have got  on  in  the skills  of reading  and listening as well  as  seeing how they’ve  performed in grammar exercises.  You can  even see  how long they’ve  spent  on each piece  of homework, how may attempts  they’ve had,  whether  they’ve accessed  the the  learning aids provided !

 

Best  wishes,

James Poots

Principal Teacher  Modern Languages

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