About Yabla French
Yabla French is an online authentic French video library and interactive delivery system intended primarily for educators, educational institutions and their students. New videos are regularly being added to the content library and will remain available to subscribers throughout the academic year. All of the content is "authentic" in that it was produced by native French speakers and for a native French audience. Difficulty levels vary from very easy, to moderate, to challenging. Yabla French videos and technology are being used by some of the top academic institutions in the world, including the University of Michigan, Brown University and The International Baccalaureate Academy of Connecticut. Yabla French is produced and published by Yabla Interactive and utilizes Yabla's unique, patent-pending, technology.
About Our Programming
Programming comes from a variety of sources including France 2 Television, Universal Music, interviews and other sources. Videos represent a range of styles, genres, French-speaking regions, and topics. Authentic programming from French language television and other sources is selected with an academic audience in mind and, as such, overtly explicit themes, images, and vocabulary, as determined subjectively by Yabla French staff, are avoided.
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Yabla French, like all Yabla products, has available features for teachers and students, including the ability of teachers to assign videos and due dates, to see their students' Yabla Game scores, and for students to monitor their own scores and assignments. Teachers are welcome to use Yabla in the classroom by projecting the Yabla video interface for shared viewing. Institutional multi-user pricing, custom URL (e.g. yourschool.yabla.com), and the ability to customize the content library are all available. Current educational clients include The University of Michigan, Brown University, Milwaukee Area Technical College, and the International Baccalaureate Academy of Connecticut.