Structured Speaking Support for AS AQA French (ZigZag Education)

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Structured Speaking Support for AS AQA French
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Structured Speaking Support for AS AQA French

15 masterclass worksheets take students through essential techniques to increase their grade in the AS AQA Speaking exam. Practical exercises and relevant examples using exam-style questions throughout – improving final exam performance!

Worksheets cover:
  1. How to use preparation time
  2. How to deal with the question 'De quoi s'agit-il?' on the stimulus card
  3. Show off your grammar
  4. Using tenses correctly
  5. Poor and excellent performance for the stimulus card
  6. Useful language for the follow-up questions on the stimulus card and the conversation
  7. Manipulating language
  1. Using synonyms and antonyms
  2. PEE to answer in more depth
  3. Expressing opinions
  4. Common errors (Anglicisms, False friends, Grammar)
  5. The subjunctive in speaking
  6. Poor and excellent performance in the conversation
  7. Conversation fillers
  8. Pronunciation
  • Student-friendly, step-by-step approach – breaks the intimidating oral exam into manageable strategies
  • Example answers recorded by native speakers
  • All worksheets focus on areas directly relevant to the exam
'Excellent resource – very well written, planned and constructed. A real guide for students who often dread the speaking exam more than the written exam at this level. Excellent work on the language.' N Bourguilleau, MFL Teacher & Independent Reviewer

A Level, Unit 2, oral exam

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