Here is my advice on all things French: This is how it works.
A couple of weeks before the exam, your teacher must send the SQA the topics which you would like to talk about. You will also need to speak about your work in the Extended Reading/Viewing Unit (that work which will end up in your folio).
Candidates will listen to one monologue and one short conversation in the modern language.
They will answer questions in English and respond in English.
Are you worried about your upcoming speaking exam and subsequent written exams?
You’ve come to the right place – I got an A1 in the subject in 2009, and I’d like to pass on what I have learnt.You can shorten the sentence and make it more direct: Fais attention! You can test out of the first two years of college and save thousands off your degree.Anyone can earn credit-by-exam regardless of age or education level.Soon come the questions addressed to you: Et toi, qu'en penses-tu?(ay t-wah, kon pon-s tu): And you, what do you think about it? (keh-l eh tan o-pee-nee-an a sö su-zheh): What is your opinion on that matter? If you don't have an opinion on that matter, just say: Je n'ai pas d'avis sur le sujet (jö n-ay pa d-a-vee sur lö su-zh-eh).Section one, titled ‘Reading’, will have 30 marks.( scaled 30 marks) There are three texts in the modern language.Candidates will respond to questions in English by using English.At National 5 there are EXTERNAL EXAMS and these will assess READING, LISTENING, TALKING and SPEAKING (Added Value).EXTERNAL EXAMS – (National 5 only): Component 1 — question paper: Reading and Writing This question paper has two Sections.Candidates may use a dictionary and glossary (if appropriate).Section two, titled ‘Writing’, will have 20 marks (scaled down to 15 marks) Candidates will produce one written text in response to a job advert supported by six bullet points which you must address. Component 2 — question paper: Listening This question paper will have 20 marks (scaled to 30 marks).