4 edition of GCSE French (Longman Exam Practice Kits) found in the catalog.
GCSE French (Longman Exam Practice Kits)
May 29, 1998 by Longman .
Written in English
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We should perhaps note that the content is a little broad, and covers a wide range of ability levels. For imperfect tense perfection, have a look at the document below. Expertly structured Pearson Edexcel GCSE French Student Book designed to help learners use language independently and to the best of their ability, with fresh and engaging cultural content. The books are a rich source of key information, exam guidance, and revision tasks targeting all key areas of the exam. They also contain tips on essay writing, along with model answers and guidance with textual analysis.
Online resources complement the physical guides. Fear not, though, for there is a veritable mountain of guides out there specifically to guide students through the battlefield of GCSE revision. An equal focus on all four skills and the interplay between them helps reinforce grammar and vocabulary learning. It is designed to develop spontaneous, confident linguists who are able to progress to further study of French. The material stays highly on-topic throughout, teaching only information that will be useful in the exam instead of filling out the pages with irrelevant facts and details. Furthermore, the book grants access to online video tutorials by the author, which provide extra information presented in a medium which may be more accessible to some than reading.
The activities for studying, along with descriptions of what needs to be done to attain a particular grade, provide yet more valuable assistance for students and give honest and direct advice. Students encounter grammar in reading and listening activities, and put it into practice in speaking and writing, reinforced with translation activities. It is designed to develop spontaneous, confident linguists who are able to progress to further study of French. Topics on Francophone cultures are integrated throughout to ensure students gain the cultural awareness that is at the heart of this qualification. Otherwise dense and tricky material is broken down into digestible chunks, without omitting the important parts.
International Metalworkers Federation
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Canterbury Provincial Railway
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Introduction to law
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Audio files to accompany our Student Books are sold separately. The guide may be overly dense for some students, with its heavy focus on scientific data and psychological research, and could possibly make use of more colourful designs and a more user-friendly format.
She also made use of scientific research on the best ways to revise, along with information from GCSE examiners. The syllabus Before you start revising the content itself, it is a good idea to familiarise yourself with the syllabus.
Revision forms the final module, supporting class-based revision for the new assessments. A range of authentic materials and literary texts help students become familiar with them and build confidence in coping with unknown vocabulary. This method walks students through the process, breaking down an otherwise difficult task into something manageable and engaging.
Of course, during your GCSE French revision, you need to work on many different skills — you will be tested on speaking, listening, reading and writing.
The books are a rich source of key information, exam guidance, and revision tasks targeting all key areas of the exam. The book draws on the tested methods of top students, and delivers solid advice on how to work hard and effectively.
Key concepts are taught in appropriate topics, revisited and recycled throughout the course to embed understanding and allow practice within different contexts. This guide uses colourful diagrams, an attractive format, and clear language to present the subject matter in a way that is accessible to all.
Content boosts motivation by encouraging students to "learn something new".
Also, have a look at our new French learning series on YouTube, which includes pronunciation guides on key, basic vocab. This book focuses on the English Language exam, and closely matches the requirements of the AQA exam board. We should perhaps note that the content is a little broad, and covers a wide range of ability levels.
Henry Hunter. It also comes with invaluable tricks to help maximise motivation and maintain focus during long, tiresome study sessions. Condition: New.
Although it is a strong and highly recommended all round guide, perhaps those who will benefit the most are first-timers with little prior experience of revision guides and techniques, while veteran exam-takers may benefit from combining this resource with additional or more advanced guides.
A carefully designed programme of learning teaches the 'building blocks' of French grammar and vocabulary that give students the tools to manipulate language.Mar 25, · Edexcel GCSE French Higher Student Book has been written to prepare more able students for the latest Edexcel GCSE specification.
It has been written by an experience team of authors and reviewed by Edexcel examiners/5(3). WJEC GCSE frEnCh tEaChEr GuidE | 5 THEMES WJEC GCSE French is divided into three main themes. Each theme has three sub-themes which are divided into modules. This makes a total of 18 modules to be studied during the course.
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