Some candidates find this very confusing and ultimately end up writing about a completely different set of events. In the Listening test, do not attempt to write phonetically, i.
Make a list of synonyms, near-synonyms and word families and learn them carefully: Decide if you know the topic thoroughly and if there are any weak areas: My three main aims when considering how to produce a marksheet were to make: Susanne aime bien lire may become Susanne adore la lecture.
Il avait les cheveux courts et raides et les yeux bleus. Students are often too lazy to read and implement actions to detailed written feedback, so please consider using my quick and easy feedback sheet for KS3 French, as well as GCSE French or any other MFL for AQA to easily show what a student is including well in a piece of written or spoken work and what they need to remember to include more of.
Il porte des lunettes et il a une moustache. Before the next piece of work, I guide them to review their last 2 feedback sheets for writing and speaking, in order to refresh their memory and ensure they remember to include all the elements in their impending work.
It may make you feel good, but it is unproductive and will do nothing to help you to move forward. Four ways to improve your grade 1. Remember to speak clearly and to pronounce the words as well as you can. Firstly, role-play tasks — remember that your listening skills will also be tested here.
No Widgets found in the Sidebar Alt! You need to use present, past and future tenses. Listening and Reading ALWAYS read the question first carefully and highlight the question word so that you know the information that you are listening for.
I then combined these with space for feedback. You need to learn your verb tables thoroughly: Inmy life changed! Practise the questions from your text books.
Writing In the Writing tests you will be able to use and extend a great deal of the material prepared for the speaking examination. Always check carefully for accents and capital letters. Spelling It is important to spell accurately. In the topic on crime, you should be able to describe the criminal in the past tense.
All of my students are asked, as part of their homework learning time, to learn the elements contained within the progress ladder off by heart and then include all of them in all their writing a speaking.
This will build your confidence and enable you to anticipate the type of questions that will occur in the GCSE examination.
Try to anticipate the answer and note down possible words to listen for.GCSE Revision; French; GCSE French Exam Tips; GCSE French Exam Tips; GCSE French Exam Tips.
Quick revise. Planning your study. Make sure that you have learned all the necessary words after you complete each topic. Writing. In the Writing tests you will be able to use and extend a great deal of the material prepared for the speaking. GCSE AQA New Spec French Writing Mat - 90 Word Writing Mat designed to assist students in the writing of the 90 words, 16 mark task, in the new AQA GCSE ().
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GCSE French learning resources for adults, children, parents and teachers organised by topic. A secondary school revision resource for GCSE French about higher level writing, holidays, health, opinions and school life. Display showing students how to improve their writing - includes examples, areas for improvement and is all colour coded to help students to understand what is /5(39).Download