Sinéad O’Neill, Colin O’Connor
By Matthieu Nivard
The reading comprehension of Junior Certificate French Exam accounts for 31.25% of your overall grade. It is designed to test your ability to understand written French vocabulary – can you pick out the relevant information/word(s) in written pieces of varying length?
To help you revise efficiently here is a break-down of what to expect for each section. read more…
The listening comprehension part of the Junior Certificate French Exam accounts for 43.75% of your overall grade. It is designed to test your ability to understand spoken French vocabulary.
So, your knowledge of those lists of words you have been learning for the last three years will be tested as follows – do you recognize the words as they are spoken?
The listening comprehension section is divided in 5 parts. read more…
16th April – 13th May 2015
Over the past decade, for artistic or professional purposes, French artist Yohann Walter has been travelling from the Ionian Islands to the Hordaland coasts, the foot of Vitosha Mountain read more…
28th May – 14th June 2015
Hang Up is an exhibition exploring the power and beauty of hair.
Frequently viewed as one’s ‘crowning glory’, beautiful hair can provide security whilst simultaneously creating read more…
by Valérie David, Leaving Certificate Coordinator
Here is a check list for 6th Year students for the réaction à un document type of essay in the Leaving Certificate French (Higher Level) written examination.