The Editions Didier have published a plethora of online activities, based on 4 main contexts: the World around Us, Well Being, Communication and Society. Those contexts form the 4 parts of their Accord textbook. Each context is subdivided in 3 or 4 topics which are relevant to the L7 and 8 suggested topics of the NZC. The online activities can be used independently from the textbook and include vocabulary, grammar, reading and writing resources.
Le Professeur de Français
Radu Iliescu, a teacher of French in Romania, has compiled excellent webpages to facilitate the learning of French. Go to Le professeur de français to find the "Fiches de Communication" he has loaded. They are very useful for all AO from level 6 of the Curriculum and up. There is plenty there you may wish to explore (Conjugaisons, grammar, civilisation etc)
Margaret Ubels (St Peter's Auckland) shares a collection of texts she has put together as practice reading activities. Margaret informs us that "they do not come with a marking schedule but feel free to use as you wish and assign grades". Margaret receives the feeds from 1jour1actu - Les clés de l'actualité junior, from which she put together these reading activities - and adds even "her lower level year 12s seem to find it approachable although sometimes need glossary or dictionary help. - and they like them because they are authentic and up to date. "
In this text in French, adapted by Pascale Hyboud-Peron (french.ac.nz Administrator), based on the extraordinary life of a "more than" famous New Zealander, Sir Edmund Hilary, you can invite your students to identify the Level 8 Achievement Objectives they should be able to have acquired at that level. The text can be used also as a reading comprehension, language analysis exercise or anything you deem useful to benefit your classes!