2016/17 – 6th Yr – L’oral

 Conseils pour l’oral de français du Leaving Cert:

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2016/17 – 5th Years – Clichés français!

  1. Allez sur le site suivant et cliquez sur “Film”. Regardez le film et établissez une liste de clichés/stéréotypes sur les français. (répondez en anglais) “Cliché! La France vue de l’étranger
  2. Après avoir visionné le film, cliquez sur “Intentions”. Répondez aux questions suivantes:
    1. Selon le texte, où trouve t-on ces stéréotype de la France et des français?
    2. Quel était l’objectif du créateur de cette animation?
    3. A quoi compare t-il cette liste de clichés?
  3. Répondez en 75 mots à une des questions suivante: (répondez en français)
    1. “Selon vous, les stéréotypes sont-ils basés sur des faits réels ou fictifs?”
    2. “Quels sont, selon vous, les stéréotypes que les étrangers peuvent avoir sur l’Irlande et les irlandais?”

2015/16 – 5th/6th Yr – Leaving Cert French Higher and Ordinary

FRENCH LEAVING CERT EXAMINATION

  • Higher exam:

    1. Section I: 120 marks;

      1. Question 1(60 marks): A comprehension based on a journalistic text followed by 6 questions, 5 to be answered in French and 1 to be answered in English.

      2. Question 2(60 marks): A comprehension based on a literary text followed by 6 questions, 5 to be answered in French and 1 to be answered in English.

    2. Section II: 100 marks;

      1. Question 1(40 marks): This question is compulsory. The students have a choice of 2 questions which usually refer to the subject matter of each text.

      2. Questions 2, 3 and 4 (30 + 30 marks): Students must answer two out of these three questions. Each question offers two options.

    3. Aural paper: 80 marks.

      A CD is played for a duration of approximately 40 minutes. The students are asked to answer questions in English. This part of the examination has 5 different sections and is undertaken after the sitting of the written paper.

    1. Oral: 100 marks.

      The students will be asked to sit an oral examination about two months before the end of the year exams. An external examiner is sent to the school by the Department of Education and Skills. Each student will be expected to answer basic as well as more elaborate questions in French on various topics. Students have the choice to bring with him/her a document prepared in advance on which he/she will be interviewed.

 

  • Ordinary exam:

    1. Section I: 160 marks;

      1. Question 1 & 2 (80 marks): Two comprehensions to be answered in English.

      1. Question 3 & 4 (80 marks): Two comprehensions to be answered in French (except for the last question in English or Irish).

    1. Section II: 60 marks;

      1. Question 1(20 marks): The students have a choice of 2 questions. One is to fill in the blanks in a text and the other is to complete a form.

      1. Questions 2 & 3 (40 marks): The student has to answer 2 out of the 4 questions. These usually are: a journal entry, a message, a postcard or/and a formal letter.

    1. Aural paper: 100 marks.

A CD is played for a duration of approximately 40 minutes. The students are asked to answer questions in English. This part of the examination has 5 different sections and is undertaken after the sitting of the written paper.

    1. Oral: 80 marks.

The students will be asked to sit an oral examination about two months before the end of the year exams. An external examiner is sent to the school by the Department of Education and Skills. Each student will be expected to answer basic as well as more elaborate questions in French on various topics. Students have the choice to bring with him/her a document prepared in advance on which he/she will be interviewed.

2015/16 – 1st Years – Revisions for the summer test

Grammar:

U1:

Les accents -> p6

L’article défini -> p8

Les verbes et pronoms sujets -> p15

Etre -> p16

C’est -> p17

U2:

L’article indéfini -> p38

Les adjectifs possessifs -> p48

Les verbes réguliers en ER -> p54

La négation -> p59

La forme interrogative (the questions) -> p62

U3:

Avoir -> p80

Les verbes réguliers en IR -> p96

U4:

Les verbes réguliers en RE -> p131

Faire -> p135 (VOUS FAITES)

Les prépositions -> p138

U MrP:

Aller -> p Mr P

 

Vocab, Questions, Expressions:

U1:

Bonne rentrée -> p3

L’alphabet -> p6

Les salutations -> p11

Je me présente -> p11

U2:

Mes fournitures scolaires -> p39

A la papeterie -> p46

Les jours de la semaine -> p52

U3:

La famille -> p71

Les chiffres 1-15 -> p86

Le week-end -> p90

U4:

Chez moi – ma maison et ma région -> p110

Les chiffres 16-30 -> p119

La boussole -> p122

Le temps -> p123

Les saisons -> p129

Les taches menageres -> p136

U Ms Sheppard:

Les chiffres 31-100 -> P Ms S

 

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