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Early GCSE French for year 9 - thoughts?

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by katerina_78, Feb 6, 2011.

  1. katerina_78

    katerina_78 New commenter

    We are contemplating running GCSE French for all our year 9 students next year. Does anyone do this? Do you have any thoughts / reflections / advice on this? We are meeting as a department this week to discuss, so any feedback would be welcome! Merci!
     
  2. katerina_78

    katerina_78 New commenter

    We are contemplating running GCSE French for all our year 9 students next year. Does anyone do this? Do you have any thoughts / reflections / advice on this? We are meeting as a department this week to discuss, so any feedback would be welcome! Merci!
     
  3. lifereallyistooshort

    lifereallyistooshort New commenter

    See this thread from last week:


    http://community.tes.co.uk/forums/t/462793.aspx
     
  4. My advice would be: don't do it. We have had hell with 'fast tracking'. In the long run it does the kids no good and we didn't know what to do with them post GCSE = demotivated students!
     

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