I posted a survey about eight weeks ago, asking subscribers to frenchteacher.net to answer short questions about their usage of the site and to provide other feedback. This is useful to me as I aim to monitor which resources are most popular and make improvements to the site in the future. I have done similar surveys in the past, but this is the first using Google Forms. I used to use Surveymonkey, but they now severely limit the number of responses in their free version.
Thank you to subscribers who completed the survey. You can always email me with specific feedback or ideas.
In response to a comment (one I have read previously), I have started a section on the A-level page featuring resources about current affairs. I have avoided these in the past since they have such a short shelf life, but you'll now find, at the top of the A-level page, regularly replaced resources which I can produce quickly.
I was also asked to post more on film and literature, but I won't be doing that since it takes so long to produce good stuff for a very few subscribers and many of my subscribers are outside the UK, so the resources would not be relevant. My other exam-related texts and video listening resources are more widely applicable. For film and lit I strongly recommend dolanguages.com from my friend Steve Glover.
One other interesting finding. More than one teacher was not aware of the full range of resources, especially newer ones, on the site. Not so subtle plug!
This is what I found out: