www.quizlet.com has to be one of my favourite ever sites. Once you have created a (free) account, you can create quizzes on just about anything. Obviously it lends itself very well to the vast amounts of vocab students need to know in MFL.
You can opt to password protect your quizzes if you wish or keep them public. It is easy to share the link and students can complete the wide variety of quizzes to help them learn. There is also an app to download should students wish to.
I used this last year to set my year 11 a quizlet challenge - between 19 and 20 of the crucial German words each week.(here for challenge) Feedback about the site was very positive and I now use it weekly with my AS group too.
It is very easy and quick to use and, although I always create my own sets to suit my students, there are tons of sets already created and shared by lots of kind teachers out there. Alternatively, get students to create and share their own sets. Enjoy!
www.primarypad.com allows different users to contribute to a document. Students could comment on the question of the day or work together to improve a piece of writing, using the marking criteria. To be able to work together, you just need to send students the URL so why not QR code it to make access even easier? Each contributor writes in a different colour and can add their names so it easy to see what students added.
I have been teaching languages for 13 years. I enjoy finding and developing new ways to engage students with their learning. This page is designed for sharing anything and everything that may be of use to others. Enjoy!