Nat 5 Reading Booklet ANSWERS

Salut!

Here is a link to the answers for the Reading booklet you were given.

Reading Homework ANSWERS

Hope this is useful! Remember to come and see us in the department if you need any help.

Madame Macfarlane 🙂

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Higher Past Paper Vocabulary ANSWERS

Salut tout le monde!

I have attached here a link to the answers for the past paper vocabulary booklets we gave you. I hope this is useful.

Higher French Past Paper vocabulary 2012-Present (1) ANSWERS

Please come and see us if you need anything marked or any extra help or practice. 🙂

Madame Macfarlane

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S1 – Letter Treasure Hunt :)

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Below is the link to all the correct French spelling for the letter you are going to write on Tuesday in class. Think about what you want to say and practise the spelling!

Bonne chance!

Mme Macfarlane

English Answers letter practice

 

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Top 100 French Words

Do you know the meaning of the 100 most commonly used French words?

Click on this link to revise them!

https://www.memrise.com/course/89553/1-100-the-most-common-words-in-french/1/?action=prev

Knowing these words will save you time during Reading papers as it will mean you don’t ever have to look them up!

Create a memrise account to help you with your revision 🙂

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AH Spanish Listening

Here is the link to —> Mi Super Pared Española (Advanced Higher Listening)

https://padlet.com/mkemp5/2spdiqr22squ

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S4 Spanish Library Work

BBC Video hobbies Library period

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Open Day at University of Stirling

On Wednesday 14th June, pupils just beginning French Highers and Advanced Highers got a chance to find out what studying a language at University is like.

The day started with a mini-lecture on contemporary French society before the pupils were split into smaller seminar groups for a written language class in the morning. After lunch, it was back into smaller groups for a culture class focusing on extracts from a series of auto-portraits written by school pupils from Clichy-sous-Bois. The final session of the day brought all the pupils back together again for a series of presentations from a group of this year’s finalists, all talking about the benefits of Study Abroad and time abroad more generally, and then an employability-focused talk from the Employability and Skills Officer and a group of graduates from the past few years, talking about where French has taken them.

Pupils said:

“I learned a lot about what it’s like in Uni and the hard work you have to put in and the types of career paths you can have by learning French”

“It was good to work with other schools and learn about potential career options and hear from the students and graduates”

“I got to experience what a French course at University was like”

“I found the talks about studying abroad very interesting and it was good to hear from other students”

“It was good to find out what a Uni lecture was like”

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