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    Does anyone know what the german a2 discursive and literature questions were (so we could rule them out as well...)?
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    He aqui las preguntas que han tenido para el Year 13 French ayer…..

    DISCURSIVE ESSAYS
    1) Monarquia o republica: cual es preferable en una democracia moderna?
    2) Deberiamos aplaudir o lamentar la decisión de facilitar la libre circulación de los ciudadanos en la UE? Explica tu respuesta.
    3) “Un estudio del pasado nos hace pesimistas en lo que se refiere al futuro”. Que piensa de esta opinión?
    4) Cuando se intenta satisfacer nuestras necesidades energéticas, la consideración principal debería ser la necesidad de ser independiente de otros países. Hasta que punto esta de acuerdo?

    LITERATURE AND THE ARTS

    Escoge 2 protagonistas secundarios en la obra estudiada. Describelos y evalua su importancia en la obra.


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    What was the historical RBE question in German and French?
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    (Original post by Tom Simp)
    What was the historical RBE question in German and French?
    In french it was which two groups of people have been most affected and why

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    (Original post by lucy_123)
    In french it was which two groups of people have been most affected and why

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    Thank you
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    (Original post by Tom Simp)
    What was the historical RBE question in German and French?
    In German it was what social changes were there in the time period that you have studied. What effect did these changes have on the people?
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    (Original post by Egge)
    In German it was what social changes were there in the time period that you have studied. What effect did these changes have on the people?
    What were the discursive essays?

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    Hey guys, i'm doing the geographical region question. is anyone else doing it? does anyone have any predictions?
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    No because the question has to be able to fit all books and films and since the question last year got so many complaints and it's the last year of having such a broad choice of books and films my teacher has said they will most likely go back to a orginal question for example what do we learn about the social settings from the book or film
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    (Original post by lucy_123)
    What were the discursive essays?

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    Hice alemán. Los ensayos de alemán fueron algo cómo así:

    1. El deber del ejército es necesario ó no
    2. El estado tiene que censurar la prensa (ó los medios?)
    3. Los que no trabajan no tienen que recibir el dinero del estado (este es lo que he hecho y me parecía fácil, hay muchos desempleados en España)
    4. El turismo tiene mucho peligro para la gente ó no (supongo que es una pregunta del medio ambiente)

    Y para el RBE escribí sobre los objetivos de un protagonista.

    Alguien sabe si para RBE español ya hemos tenido algo sobre el escritor y como llegó a ser inspirado a escribir el libro? Es que no sé NADA de la escritora del mío (Laura Esquivel).
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    No pienso que esto pueda ser la pregunta puesto que por muchos libros la vida del autor no tenia nada que ver con la historia- nunca ha habido una tal pregunta para ningun idioma, me parece que lo mas probable es que la pregunta se trate del contexto o de una escena especifica
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    Whats topics are likely to come up for tomorrows discursive?
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    (Original post by jjzxcvbnm)
    No pienso que esto pueda ser la pregunta puesto que por muchos libros la vida del autor no tenia nada que ver con la historia- nunca ha habido una tal pregunta para ningun idioma, me parece que lo mas probable es que la pregunta se trate del contexto o de una escena especifica
    Gracias. Pues me voy a leer un capitulo con la mejor 'escena'. Pero estás seguro que en español nunca salió la pregunta del contexto? Me parece que sí, creo que la tuvimos el año pasado, no...?

    A lo mejor aguíen tiene todos los past papers en un parágrafo?
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    any advice/tips for the translation (my worst part...)
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    (Original post by Icesk8ing97)
    any advice/tips for the translation (my worst part...)
    Lee toda la frase para entender qual tiempo debes que usar, por que en inglés hay pocos y en español una variedad grande.

    Hay que recordar que hay muchos sinónimos y los examinadores lo saben. Lo más importante es traducir todas las palabras.

    Se cambió el sistema del marking. Ahora el texto está dividido en 5 partes y cada parte vale 2 puntos (si tienes pocos fallos, recibes 1, si muchos — un 0). No sé si es importante, pero a mi lo parece mejor que antes.
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    Which method of marking the translations is better. The old 30 point one or the new 5 sectioned method
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    just a warning! I study both Spanish and german and have seen lots of times the same essays coming up in both exams, the discursives and rbe! so don't rule them out just in case!!!! x
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    (Original post by Jedwards)
    I think if they were to ask it, they'd link it with another element (like themes, characters or techniques), although that might not be as applicable to other films as it would be for El laberinto del fauno. I'm definitely leaning more towards a specific scene now, as I'm pretty sure most other languages have had it.

    I've seen Volver too, our teacher offered us the chance to study that instead, but most of us were set on this one haha. Thanks! Good luck to you too!
    I've never seen a question pointed directly at a specific scene, surely that type is too narrow to make sure everyone has something to talk about given both film and literature can be written about..? I'm really hoping for characters or sociocultural context
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    (Original post by chappedlips)
    I've never seen a question pointed directly at a specific scene, surely that type is too narrow to make sure everyone has something to talk about given both film and literature can be written about..? I'm really hoping for characters or sociocultural context
    No that question has come up for both French & German before but never for Spanish! So it seems like it might be on the paper! However it could also be a mixed question - something like explore 2 secondary characters or the setting of the novel / film?
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    Was a nice paper
 
 
 
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