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Anyone else doing/done the FN3 French oral? How much is it assessed on language vs. knowledge/understanding of the topics?
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I think it's marked out of 60 if I believe and I have the scheme here. The stuff in the brackets indicates what they are looking for for the highest amounts of marks you can achieve. Hope this is of some help to you, I'm completely panicking about mine!


- Text-based task communication (I'm guessing your exposé (presentation) ) - 10 marks


Topic-based conversation communication (I'm guessing this either has to do with your exposé or the questions after) - 10 marks


[Here they are looking for spontaneity, prompt and direct responses, ready to contradict/interrupt the examiner, imaginitive responses and to the point. High level of fluency and able to demonstrate the ability to compare, analyse and evaluate opinions and arguments]


- Content/Society & Culture - 10 marks


[Able to be thoroughly familiar and demonstrates knowledge and understanding of topics/texts studied. Able to compare, contrast and interpret different concepts/attitudes. Able to draw easily on informations such as facts to support arguments]


- Accuracy - 10 marks


[Excellent use of grammar and syntax, correct use of tenses despite a few errors, some corrected. High degree of accuracy]


- Range and Variety/Idiom - 10 marks


[Wide range of structures and lexis. Able to adjust range and idiom as the discussion develops. Structures used with a degree of confidence. Good use of a wide range of vocabulary]


- Pronunciation/Intonation - 10 marks


[High level of authenticity in producing the characteristically target language sounds. Pronunciation still affected by the mother tongue but without any outstanding, identifiable errors. Fluent delivery. Very few lapses. Correct pronunciation of all non-English/non-Welsh phonemes]
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(Original post by Kiwimonkey)
I think it's marked out of 60 if I believe and I have the scheme here. The stuff in the brackets indicates what they are looking for for the highest amounts of marks you can achieve. Hope this is of some help to you, I'm completely panicking about mine!


- Text-based task communication (I'm guessing your exposé (presentation) ) - 10 marks


Topic-based conversation communication (I'm guessing this either has to do with your exposé or the questions after) - 10 marks


[Here they are looking for spontaneity, prompt and direct responses, ready to contradict/interrupt the examiner, imaginitive responses and to the point. High level of fluency and able to demonstrate the ability to compare, analyse and evaluate opinions and arguments]


- Content/Society & Culture - 10 marks


[Able to be thoroughly familiar and demonstrates knowledge and understanding of topics/texts studied. Able to compare, contrast and interpret different concepts/attitudes. Able to draw easily on informations such as facts to support arguments]


- Accuracy - 10 marks


[Excellent use of grammar and syntax, correct use of tenses despite a few errors, some corrected. High degree of accuracy]


- Range and Variety/Idiom - 10 marks


[Wide range of structures and lexis. Able to adjust range and idiom as the discussion develops. Structures used with a degree of confidence. Good use of a wide range of vocabulary]


- Pronunciation/Intonation - 10 marks


[High level of authenticity in producing the characteristically target language sounds. Pronunciation still affected by the mother tongue but without any outstanding, identifiable errors. Fluent delivery. Very few lapses. Correct pronunciation of all non-English/non-Welsh phonemes]
Ooh, that's really useful, thank you! When is yours?
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Tuesday the 6th, 10h20. Not looking forward to it whatsoever. How about yours?
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I had mine this morning. I think it went okay


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I had mine this morning. I think it went okay


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Glad it went okay, what did they ask you during the exposé discussion and what topic card did you get (and what questions were you asked for that?)
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Glad it went okay, what did they ask you during the exposé discussion and what topic card did you get (and what questions were you asked for that?)
I got the topic card on marine conservation but the discussion was really general about environmental problems. I did Les Choristes for my exposé and he asked me things that I had discussed in my exposé so he wanted a more in depth discussion of what I had already mentioned.


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