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iGCSE

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by simoneconboy, Mar 13, 2012.

  1. I would appreciate any comments on the iGCSE (Edexcel). We intend to trial it with our Set 1 students in September and hope that it will be a suitable alternative to the unsatisfactory situation we are finding ourselves to be in at present. Thanks in advance for your feedback.
     
  2. I would appreciate any comments on the iGCSE (Edexcel). We intend to trial it with our Set 1 students in September and hope that it will be a suitable alternative to the unsatisfactory situation we are finding ourselves to be in at present. Thanks in advance for your feedback.
     
  3. ianwill

    ianwill New commenter

    I love teaching the igcse edexcel course. I feel I can get to grips with grammar and love the one tier paper. It is a fair exam and excellent preparation for the AS course and I feel I am creating better linguists.
     
  4. Thanks for that. Can I ask, are you in the state or independent sector.
     
  5. ianwill

    ianwill New commenter

    Independent but have a range of abilities. If you want to speak on phone post your email and will happily chat
     

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