GCSE French Specimen teacher booklet

GCSE French Specimen teacher booklet

GCSE French Specimen teacher booklet

8658/SF+SH DRAFT SPECIMEN GCSE FRENCH Paper 2 Speaking (Foundation and Higher) Draft Specimen 2018 Teacher’s Booklet To be conducted by the teacher-examiner Time allowed: 7-9 minutes at Foundation (+ between 10 and 12 minutes’ preparation time) 10-12 minutes at Higher (+ between 10 and 12 minutes’ preparation time) Instructions • During the preparation time candidates are required to prepare one Role-play card and one Photo card. • Candidates may make notes during the preparation time for use during the test. • Candidates should hand both stimulus cards to you before the start of the next part of the test.

Information • The test will last a maximum of 9 minutes (at Foundation) or 12 minutes (at Higher) and will consist of a Role-play card (approximately 2 minutes at Foundation and Higher) and a Photo card (approximately 2 minutes at Foundation and 3 minutes at Higher), followed by a conversation. This conversation is based on two out of the three Themes listed in the Teacher’s Booklet (3-5 minutes at Foundation; 5-7 minutes at Higher).

• Candidates must not use a dictionary at any time during this test. This includes the preparation time. SPECIMEN MATERIAL F+H

GCSE French Specimen teacher booklet

2 DRAFT SPECIMEN General Certificate of Secondary Education June 2018 French Speaking Test Teacher’s Booklet Contents Part 1 Role-plays (Foundation Tier) (1-9) Role-plays (Higher Tier) (10-18) Part 2 Photo cards (Foundation Tier) (A-I) Photo cards (Higher Tier) (J-R) Part 3 Suggested questions for General Conversation

GCSE French Specimen teacher booklet

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GCSE French Specimen teacher booklet

4 DRAFT SPECIMEN Part 1 ROLE-PLAY 1 (FOUNDATION TIER) STUDENT’S ROLE You are talking to your new French friend about where you live and what you do in your free time.

You should address your friend as tu. • Say where you live. • ! • Say what you think of your town. • Ask your friend if he/she prefers the town or the country. • Say what you like to watch on television. When you see this – you will have to respond to something you have not prepared. Your teacher will play the part of your friend and will speak first.

GCSE French Specimen teacher booklet

5 Turn over  DRAFT SPECIMEN ROLE-PLAY 1 (FOUNDATION TIER) TEACHER’S ROLE • You may change the target language phrases given below if necessary, for example if the student’s response makes them inappropriate. • Remember that if you supply key vocabulary, students cannot be rewarded for it. Tu parles avec ton ami(e). Moi, je suis ton ami(e). 1 Bonjour ! 2 ! Qu’est-ce qu’il y a comme distractions à/en (place) ? (elicit two details if a verb is not used by the student).

3 Chez nous aussi. 4 Ah oui ! 5 La campagne. 6 Moi aussi.

GCSE French Specimen teacher booklet

6 DRAFT SPECIMEN ROLE-PLAY 2 (FOUNDATION TIER) STUDENT’S ROLE You are talking to your French friend about sport and hobbies.

You should address your friend as tu. • Say what your favourite sport is. • Say which sport you dislike. • Say why. • Ask your friend where he/she does sport. • ! When you see this – you will have to respond to something you have not prepared. Your teacher will play the part of your friend and will speak first.

GCSE French Specimen teacher booklet

7 Turn over  DRAFT SPECIMEN ROLE-PLAY 2 (FOUNDATION TIER) TEACHER’S ROLE • You may change the target language phrases given below if necessary, for example if the student’s response makes them inappropriate. • Remember that if you supply key vocabulary, students cannot be rewarded for it. Tu parles avec ton ami(e). Moi, je suis ton ami(e). 1 Tu es sportif/sportive ? 2 Tu aimes tous les sports ? 3 Ah bon. Pourquoi ? 4 D’accord. 5 ! Au centre sportif. Et toi, à part le sport, qu’est-ce que tu fais le week-end ? 6 D’accord.

GCSE French Specimen teacher booklet

8 DRAFT SPECIMEN ROLE-PLAY 3 (FOUNDATION TIER) STUDENT’S ROLE You are talking to your French friend about future study.

You should address your friend as tu. • Say what you think of your school. • Say what subject you like and why. • Say what job you want to do. • ! • Ask your friend what his/her ideal job is. When you see this – you will have to respond to something you have not prepared. Your teacher will play the part of your friend and will speak first.

GCSE French Specimen teacher booklet

9 Turn over  DRAFT SPECIMEN ROLE-PLAY 3 (FOUNDATION TIER) TEACHER’S ROLE • You may change the target language phrases given below if necessary, for example if the student’s response makes them inappropriate. • Remember that if you supply key vocabulary, students cannot be rewarded for it. Tu parles avec ton ami(e). Moi, je suis ton ami(e). 1 Que penses-tu de ton école ? 2 Et les matières ? 3 Tu t’intéresses à quel emploi ? 4 ! Pourquoi ? 5 C’est intéressant, ça. 6 Mon travail idéal, c’est … (add appropriate job).

10 DRAFT SPECIMEN ROLE-PLAY 4 (FOUNDATION TIER) STUDENT’S ROLE You are talking to your French friend about technology at home and school.

You should address your friend as tu. • Ask your friend if he/she likes the internet. • Say that you have a new mobile. • ! • Say when you can use mobiles at school. • Say what you can use computers for at school. When you see this – you will have to respond to something you have not prepared. Your teacher will play the part of your friend and will speak first.

11 Turn over  DRAFT SPECIMEN ROLE-PLAY 4 (FOUNDATION TIER) TEACHER’S ROLE • You may change the target language phrases given below if necessary, for example if the student’s response makes them inappropriate. • Remember that if you supply key vocabulary, students cannot be rewarded for it. Tu parles avec ton ami(e). Moi, je suis ton ami(e). 1 Mon ordinateur est super. 2 Oui, bien sûr. 3 ! Décris ton nouveau portable (elicit two details if a verb is not used by the student). 4 Et à l’école ?

5 Ah bon. Tu utilises beaucoup des ordinateurs au collège ? 6 C’est intéressant, ça.

12 DRAFT SPECIMEN ROLE-PLAY 5 (FOUNDATION TIER) STUDENT’S ROLE You are discussing school with your French friend.

You should address your friend as tu. • Say what you think of school. • Say when your lessons start. • Say what you do at break time. • ! • Ask your friend if he/she has a lot of homework. When you see this – you will have to respond to something you have not prepared. Your teacher will play the part of your friend and will speak first.

13 Turn over  DRAFT SPECIMEN ROLE-PLAY 5 (FOUNDATION TIER) TEACHER’S ROLE • You may change the target language phrases given below if necessary, for example if the student’s response makes them inappropriate. • Remember that if you supply key vocabulary, students cannot be rewarded for it. Tu parles avec ton ami(e). Moi, je suis ton ami(e). 1 Que penses-tu de ton école ? 2 Ah bon. 3 Que fais-tu pendant la récréation ? 4 ! Moi aussi. Quelle est ta matière préférée et pourquoi ? 5 Ah oui.

6 Oui, malheureusement.

14 DRAFT SPECIMEN ROLE-PLAY 6 (FOUNDATION TIER) STUDENT’S ROLE .

You are talking to your French friend about food and healthy living. You should address your friend as tu. • Say what healthy food you eat. • Ask your friend what he/she likes to drink. • ! • Say one healthy activity you do. • Say why you like this activity. When you see this – you will have to respond to something you have not prepared. Your teacher will play the part of your friend and will speak first.

15 Turn over  DRAFT SPECIMEN ROLE-PLAY 6 (FOUNDATION TIER) TEACHER’S ROLE • You may change the target language phrases given below if necessary, for example if the student’s response makes them inappropriate. • Remember that if you supply key vocabulary, students cannot be rewarded for it. Tu parles avec ton ami(e). Moi, je suis ton amie(e). 1 Tu manges équilibré ? 2 Moi aussi. 3 ! Du coca. Qu’est-ce que tu penses du fast-food ? 4 Ah bon. Est-ce que tu es sportif/sportive ? 5 Pourquoi ?

6 Je vois.

16 DRAFT SPECIMEN ROLE-PLAY 7 (FOUNDATION TIER) STUDENT’S ROLE You are talking to an employee in a French tourist information office You should address the employee as vous.

• Say where you come from. • Say that you are on holiday. • ! • Ask what there is in the town. • Say what you want to do in the evenings. When you see this – you will have to respond to something you have not prepared. Your teacher will play the part of the employee and will speak first.

17 Turn over  DRAFT SPECIMEN ROLE-PLAY 7 (FOUNDATION TIER) TEACHER’S ROLE • You may change the target language phrases given below if necessary, for example if the student’s response makes them inappropriate. • Remember that if you supply key vocabulary, students cannot be rewarded for it. Vous parlez avec un(e) employé(e) dans un office de tourisme en France. Moi, je suis l’employé(e). 1 Bonjour. 2 D’accord. 3 ! Vous restez où, et vous passez combien de temps ici ? 4 Ah bon.

5 Il y a un château historique en ville. 6 C’est possible, ça.

18 DRAFT SPECIMEN ROLE-PLAY 8 (FOUNDATION TIER) STUDENT’S ROLE You are talking to the receptionist at a French restaurant.

You should address the receptionist as vous. • Say that you want to eat here. • Ask for a table near the window. • ! • Say that it is your first visit to France. • Say which country you are from. When you see this – you will have to respond to something you have not prepared. Your teacher will play the part of the receptionist and will speak first.

19 Turn over  DRAFT SPECIMEN ROLE-PLAY 8 (FOUNDATION TIER) TEACHER’S ROLE • You may change the target language phrases given below if necessary, for example if the student’s response makes them inappropriate. • Remember that if you supply key vocabulary, students cannot be rewarded for it. Vous parlez avec le/la réceptionniste dans un restaurant en France. Moi, je suis le/la réceptionniste. 1 Bonjour Monsieur/Mademoiselle. 2 Oui, bien sûr. 3 ! Vous voulez quelque chose à boire ? 4 Tout de suite.

5 Super. 6 Ah bon.

20 DRAFT SPECIMEN ROLE-PLAY 9 (FOUNDATION TIER) STUDENT’S ROLE You are talking to an employee at a French theatre.

You should address the employee as vous. • Say that you are here for the concert. • Say how many of you there are. • Ask when the concert starts. • Say that you want to buy a T-shirt. • ! When you see this – you will have to respond to something you have not prepared. Your teacher will play the part of the employee and will speak first.

21 Turn over  DRAFT SPECIMEN ROLE-PLAY 9 (FOUNDATION TIER) TEACHER’S ROLE • You may change the target language phrases given below if necessary, for example if the student’s response makes them inappropriate. • Remember that if you supply key vocabulary, students cannot be rewarded for it. Vous parlez avec un(e) employé(e) dans un théâtre en France. Moi, je suis l’employé(e). 1 Bonjour Monsieur/Mademoiselle. 2 Ah oui. 3 Super. 4 Dans quarante minutes. 5 ! De quelle couleur et de quelle taille ? 6 D’accord.

22 DRAFT SPECIMEN ROLE-PLAY 10 (HIGHER TIER) STUDENT’S ROLE You are talking to your French friend about music and free time.

You should address your friend as tu. • Say you went to a concert yesterday and who with. • ! • Say what sort of music you do not like. • Ask your friend if he/she plays a musical instrument. • Say what you normally do in the evening. When you see this – you will have to respond to something you have not prepared. Your teacher will play the part of your friend and will speak first.

23 Turn over  DRAFT SPECIMEN ROLE-PLAY 10 (HIGHER TIER) TEACHER’S ROLE • You may change the target language phrases given below if necessary, for example if the student’s response makes them inappropriate. • Remember that if you supply key vocabulary, students cannot be rewarded for it. Tu parles avec ton ami(e). Moi, je suis ton ami(e). 1 Qu’est-ce que tu as fait hier ? 2 ! Pourquoi aimes-tu aller aux concerts ? 3 Tu aimes toutes sortes de musique ? 4 Ah bon. 5 Non. Qu’est-ce que tu fais normalement le soir ? 6 Super.

24 DRAFT SPECIMEN ROLE-PLAY 11 (HIGHER TIER) STUDENT’S ROLE You are talking to your French friend about careers and future employment.

You should address your friend as tu. • Say what you plan to do in terms of study in September (give two details). • Ask your friend what his/her plans are. • Say what job you would like to do. • ! • Say what voluntary work you do at the moment. When you see this – you will have to respond to something you have not prepared. Your teacher will play the part of your friend and will speak first.

25 Turn over  DRAFT SPECIMEN ROLE-PLAY 11 (HIGHER TIER) TEACHER’S ROLE • You may change the target language phrases given below if necessary, for example if the student’s response makes them inappropriate. • Remember that if you supply key vocabulary, students cannot be rewarded for it. Tu parles avec ton ami(e). Moi, je suis ton ami(e). 1 Tu as pensé à ton avenir ? 2 Ah bon. 3 Je ne sais pas. 4 ! Pourquoi ? 5 Tu as déjà travaillé ? 6 Excellent !

26 DRAFT SPECIMEN ROLE-PLAY 12 (HIGHER TIER) STUDENT’S ROLE You are talking to your French friend about food and sport.

You should address your friend as tu. • Say what sport you did last weekend (give two details) • ! • Say what you like to eat and drink. • Ask your friend if there is a good restaurant in the area. • Say what you prefer to eat in a restaurant. When you see this – you will have to respond to something you have not prepared. Your teacher will play the part of your friend and will speak first.

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