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French

Exam Board: AQA

Course: FCSE French
              
GCSE French (4658)

Members of Department:

Mrs S. Halford-Thompson, Head of MFL
Miss B. Moreau, Teacher of French
Miss A. Leost, Teacher of French and Spanish

Our Language Leaders:

 

 

 

 

  

Introduction

As a team, we aim to:

  • Make language learning accessible and enjoyable
  • Emphasise the necessity of at least one modern foreign language in the Global context
  • Underline that linguistic competence helps to maximise pupils future options in career terms

KEY STAGE 3

KEY STAGE 4

PDF icon   New Scheme of Work for Year 10 & 11 2016

AIMS:

The aims of the candidates will be to:

  1. develop understanding of the spoken and written forms of French in a range of contexts;
  2. develop the ability to communicate effectively in French, through both the spoken and written word, using a range of vocabulary and structures;
  3. develop knowledge and understanding of the grammar of French, and the ability to apply it;
  4. apply their knowledge and understanding in a variety of relevant contexts which reflect their previous learning and maturity;
  5. develop knowledge and understanding of countries and communities where French is spoken;
  6. develop positive attitudes to French learning;
  7. provide a suitable foundation for further study and/or practical use of French.

 

ASSESSMENT OBJECTIVES:

General Objectives:

Within the limits indicated in the syllabus, candidates should be able to demonstrate the ability to:

understand and respond to spoken language

(Unit 1  Listening 46551)

communicate in speech

(Unit 3  Speaking 46553)

read, understand and respond to written language

(Unit 2  Reading  46552)

communicate in writing

(Unit 4  Writing  46554)


Each attainment target will be weighted as follows:

        Speaking carries 30%                      Reading 20%

        Writing carries 30%                          Listening 20%

 

Contexts and Purposes:

Lifestyle

      • Health
      • Relationships and choices

Leisure

  • Free time  and media
  • Holidays

Home and Environment 

  • Home and Local Area
  • Environment

Work and Education 

  • School, college and future plans.
  • Current and future jobs
  •  

SCHEME OF ASSESSMENT:

Two tiers of examination will be offered, targeted at the following grades:

 

  A*

A

B

 

    Higher

 

C

 

 

D

 

Foundation   

E

F

G

 

 

Within each tier of examination, the assessment will cover all the Attainment Targets and each AT will carry equal weighting.

Candidates may be entered for only one tier of assessment in each of Reading and Listening.

French: 40% Terminal Examination (Listening, Reading) with 60% Controlled assessment (Speaking, Writing).