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Pupil taking reading higher, listening foundation?

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by soniagilet, Feb 21, 2012.

  1. soniagilet

    soniagilet New commenter

    Hi there

    I have 2 questions, first is it possible for a pupil to take one skill higher and another foundation? Secondly I have 2 students who need lots of practise listening, any good website apart from Zut.org.uk or nay tips?
    Thanks in advance
  2. LadyPsyche

    LadyPsyche New commenter

    We always enter a couple of candidates for one skill higher and the other foundation. It's normal with AQA - don't know about other boards. The listening problem's a sticky one. Our dept has accumulated all sorts of practice listening papers over the years, but they do cost.
  3. Cestrian

    Cestrian New commenter

    There are lots of past papers, including Listening files, on the Irish Examination Board website - you need to select the past papers in English rather than Irish, and I think it's the Junior Certificate exams which are most like our GCSEs.

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