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Memory skills GCSE French Speaking

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Alex Blagona

on 5 March 2013

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Transcript of Memory skills GCSE French Speaking

Attempt this technique
with your first answer. Using memory to prepare Objectives: To learn and practise some different techniques
to help you memorise the French
questions you have prepared. To decide which techniques
suit your learning style best. To put these techniques into
use in preparation for your exam! Memorising Techniques - 1 Break your work down into short sentences. Eliminate distractions - Silence is best! Build sentence by sentence - read it aloud,
then move on to the next sentence... Try this step with 3, then 4 sentences
until you have an entire answer! Sleep is massively important - take time
to rest in between revision sessions.

30 minute bursts of revision followed by
30 minutes relaxation proves to be helpful Memorising Techniques - 2 Make proper use of images
to help remember words Memorising Techniques - 3 Answer to the question: Key words: Must remember: Revised version: Mistakes: Memorising Techniques - 4 To check our answers
with the wall display Planning and structure
make revision easier. 9 steps to glory! Plan your revision time Don't force yourself to learn
over complicated French Make sure you have included
relevant language Check you have used all
the necessary tenses Spread out your revision over time
don't try to cram at the last minute Record yourself and your answers Don't go too fast! Have a question of
your own Have confidence
in yourself Grade C:
you can talk about different topics/contexts
You can communicate information and point of views
(giving reasons to your opinions)
You can vary your structures and you include tenses or
time frames
What you are saying is clear but there may be a few
mistakes What do you need to do to get a C in your speaking assessment? Grade A:
you can talk about different topics/contexts
You can communicate information, explain ideas and points of views and point of views
You can vary your vocabulary, structures and verb tenses
(think present/past/imperfect/future)
What you are saying is clear, your pronunciation is accurate but
there may be mistakes when you try to use more complex
sentences What do you need to do to get an A in your speaking assessment? First place to look for is YOUR BOOK!!!!!
90 % of you DO NOT look in their book for all the vocab
I teach you the phrases you will need to use for your assessment so USE and LEARN THEM
Think about the phrases in the room esp the adverbs, time sequencers (is it a word?) and complex opinions
don’t throw away or forget about the handouts/worksheets I give you, you need THEM
Learn the peachy phrases I keep telling you about OVER and OVER and OVER and OVER again What phrases do I need exactly? Time phrases!
Le weekend dernier Le mois dernier
La semaine dernière (le) lundi/mardi/jeudi
Quand j’étais petite
Quand j’étais jeune
Quand je suis plus âgée
Dans le futur
À l’avenir
Samedi dernier
Jeudi prochain
Il y a 2 ans
Dans 3 ans Adjectives!!
C’est/c’était/ça sera…
Adjectives on wall Time sequencers!
Tout d’abord
En premier
En deuxième
Au début
Pour commencer
Plus tard
finalement Adverbs/time phrases!
Une fois par semaine
Tous les jours
De temps en temps
généralement Complex opinions!
Je pense que
Je crois que
Je trouve que
À mon avis
En ce qui me concerne
Pour moi
Je dois admettre que
J’ai pensé que
J’ai trouvé que
J’ai cru que Knowing where you are at,
and where you need to go!
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