Presentation on theme: "Sports you (and those you know) do how you spend your free time what you are planning to do next weekend what you usually eat and drink and your likes/dislikes."— Presentation transcript:
sports you (and those you know) do how you spend your free time what you are planning to do next weekend what you usually eat and drink and your likes/dislikes a recent meal you had out at a restaurant Year 8 Winter writing assessment In this writing assessment you will write a little about the following topic areas:
1. Quels sports fais-tu? Tu les aimes? Pourquoi? 2. Quest-ce que tu aimes faire pendant ton temps libre? Et ta famille? 3. Quest-ce que tu vas faire ce weekend? 4. Quest-ce que tu manges normalement? Quest-ce que tu aimes manger et boire? 5. Décris une visite récent au restaurant. Year 8 French writing
Prepare answers of 3 or 4 sentences for each question that include the following: Present (reg & irreg) Future Past Imperfect Verb & infinitive links opinions reasons adjectives questions negatives comp./sup. spelling errors Use verb forms other than I and choose some regular verbs jouer and penser and irregulars – e.g. être/avoir/faire Say a little about your plans for next weekend and what the rest of your family will be doing too. You use this when you like you like doing something – i.e. jaime/jadore…. Links are ways to join sentences or halves of sentences together – e.g. et, aussi,mais, cependant, après,puis As well as jaime etc.. Why not also include je pense que, je crois que, à mon avis Parce que = because! This is what you have just learnt – how to say what you did in the past. see p.5 vocabulary book e.g. nicer than, funnier than, bigger than..
Level 2: short, simple (one or part phrase) responses to 3 of 5 questions. Spelling is approximate but meaning clear. Level 3: answers of two phrase length in 3 of 5. Spelling is intelligible. Several complete sentences. Level 4: answers of 3 or 4 phrase length – spelling generally accurate, sentences mostly have correct verb forms. Opinions & reasons included with linking words. Level 5: Pupils do as for level 4 but include questions and reference to the future or the past. Evidence of independent learning and adaptation of grammar learnt to new contexts. Level 6: As for level 5 but clear use of 3 time frames (present, past and future) Formation may not be perfect but meaning will always be clear. NB: Half levels are also possible. Enter marks on marksheet as follows: Level 5 = 19, 4.5 = 17, 4 = 15, 3.5 = 13, 3 = 11, 2.5 = 9, 2 = 7