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Why GCSE Modern Languages?. The World Context. New technology + improved travel and communications = a smaller world, therefore CRUCIAL to learn to speak + communicate and appreciate other cultures. Your world: now. Get an international dimension to your studies. Your world: the future.

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the world context
The World Context
  • New technology + improved travel and communications = a smaller world, therefore CRUCIAL to learn to speak + communicate and appreciate other cultures

GCSE ML Why

your world now
Your world: now
  • Get an international dimension to your studies

GCSE ML Why

your world the future
Your world: the future

Employment / Mobility Prospects

  • Business
  • Engineering
  • Fashion
  • World-class football!
  • etc ....

GCSE ML Why

aims of gcse
Aims of GCSE

1. UNDERSTAND the language ...

  • Listening
  • Reading

2. COMMUNICATE in the language ...

  • Speaking
  • Writing

GCSE ML Why

aims of gcse1
Aims of GCSE

3. Know about GRAMMAR and be able to apply it

4. Use language in a variety of situations building on what you know:

  • at home & abroad
  • education, training and employment
  • house, home & daily routine
  • media, entertainment and youth culture
  • social activities, fitness and health

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aims of gcse2
Aims of GCSE

5. Know and understand the countries & communities where the language is spoken

GCSE ML Why

aims of gcse3
Aims of GCSE

6. Feel positive about learning languages

7. Get a good foundation for using languages later, whether learning or using in a practical situation

GCSE ML Why

assessment objectives
Assessment Objectives

Listening (25%) - May/June 2008

- Hear audio twice

- Answer questions (tick box / English / French)

Speaking (25% - May 2008)

- 2 role play tasks

- Conversation on 2 topics from 5 possible topics (one chosen by you, one 'imposed' on the day by the board)

GCSE ML Why

assessment objectives1
Assessment Objectives

Reading (25%) - May/June 2008

- Read variety of texts

- Answer questions (tick box / English / French)

Writing (25% - Coursework ... starts NOW!)

- 3 pieces of work submitted on different topics

- Level by outcome (list / longer letter / extended task)

- One under 'controlled conditions'

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school info documents
School info & Documents
  • Plastic wallet - for ex books + text book
  • 2 ex books
    • BOOK A: classwork + homework
    • BOOK B: Personal Learning Log
  • Multimedia forms - fill in and stick in books
  • Key Phrases for Pupil Talk
  • Métro Vert
  • Assessment Criteria

GCSE ML Why

school info documents1
School info & Documents
  • Reading Record Sheet
  • Speaking Record sheet
  • Assessment criteria
  • Past Papers
  • Dictionaries
  • ICT resources

Bonne Chance!

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