German A Level revision can suck for students. Especially A Level students who have three to four subjects to revise for in one go in the lead up to their exams. For AQA German (Spanish and French) students, it is currently the speaking examination window. This means they will be presenting their Individual Research Project, as well as having a discussion of a photo card on one of the sub-themes taught during the course.
I have a small group of German A Level students who are absolutely brilliant! I could have produced a revision booklet to give them to revise for Paper 3 (photo card) of their German A Level exams. However, I I thought it would be useful as a revision tool for this section of the exam for them to go through their A Level Year 1 and Year 2 textbooks and create a German A Level revision materials booklet for themselves.
AQA German A Level Paper 3 Speaking Examination Marking Criteria
In preparation, we discussed what the examiners would be looking for in the photo card element of the speaking examination. This was done by reviewing the AQA German A Level Speaking Paper 3 Mark Scheme. Fluency, good understanding of materials with developed responses, range of vocabulary, complex phrasing, related idioms, relevant information and evidence are all key factors in getting the highest grade in the photo card section of the AQA German A Level speaking exams.
To create the revision booklet, students split up the topics into sections and worked through the text books to produce a document per sub-theme. This combined a range of verbs, complex phrases, relevant facts and figures, which are key things that the examiners will be looking for to achieve the highest marks in their exams. This German A Level revision document by sub-theme has already aided my students as revision for the photo card speaking exam. Please note: THEME 3 IS MISSING so this will need to be added to the Year 1 Booklet.
DOWNLOAD THE A LEVEL GERMAN REVISION BOOKLETS FOR PHOTO CARD HERE >
In tomorrow’s lesson, I will be reviewing suitable idioms and will create another German A Level Revision materials document with idioms for you to download soon.
Please note: this is a student produced document from the AQA German A Level Year 1 and Year 2 text books and unit 3 is missing. If you notice any errors, please advise and I will be happy to update.JOIN ME ON MY SOCIALS FOR MORE FAB TEACHING CONTENT >>