Aqa Media Studies A Level Coursework Examples Of Idioms

 
  1. What are some general tips about getting an A* in German writing coursework? my target grade is an A, but I'm not very good at reading or listening so I want to make my coursework the best it can be in case I fail those exams. We've been giving this sheet about what we should include so now everybody is going to follow the sheet, but I want to go further and show the examiner different skills. What are some tricks I can use to boost my grade? Last time I got a C, but that was just bad German on my part and I've definitely improved since then. I recently got an A in my German speaking too.

    edit: also, the topic is about free time.

    Last edited by kittykatieboo; 13-07-2014 at 16:42.
  2. -back up every opinion with a justification, outside of the usual 'it's fun/interesting' etc.
    -Use at least past, present and future (both 'I would/ I will)
    -Make sure it's accurate
    -Write in as much detail as possible, most of your marks are for content


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  3. I did GCSE German Last Year and although I came out with a B overall, I got A/A* grades in my coursework:

    In all pieces of writing, make sure to use all three tenses: past, present and future, and use them accurately.
    Do not just talk about yourself, talk about other people, giving you the opportunity to use different pronouns.
    Use loads of describing words. E.g. 'Kurze blonde Haare', rather than just 'Haare'
    Give an opinion in every paragraph, and give a reason for that opinion. E.g. 'Ich hasse Englisch, weil es langweilig ist'
    Try and make sure there are little to no errors in spelling, punctuation and grammar. Make a draft piece, get your teacher to read and correct it, then memorise the correct piece for when you do the real thing.

    Hope this helps!
    (Original post by kittykatieboo)
    What are some general tips about getting an A* in German writing coursework? my target grade is an A, but I'm not very good at reading or listening so I want to make my coursework the best it can be in case I fail those exams. We've been giving this sheet about what we should include so now everybody is going to follow the sheet, but I want to go further and show the examiner different skills. What are some tricks I can use to boost my grade? Last time I got a C, but that was just bad German on my part and I've definitely improved since then. I recently got an A in my German speaking too.

Hi all, thought it would be useful to create a Subjunctive & Golden phrases thread, since these are the expressions which really gain the best marks. If we put on here formulated subjunctive phrases and your golden phrases so then all the people (including myself) can quickly jot them down in the 10 mins stimulus part of the exam to help and then to use them. So add all your "golden" phrases and lets help each other out!

Subjunctive phrases (already formulated)

Que yo recuerde - As far as i remember
Que yo sepa - As far as i know
Cueste lo que cueste - Whatever the cost
Hagan lo que hagan - Whatever they do
Hagamos lo que hagamos - Whatever we do
Pase lo que pase - Whatever happens
Sea lo que sea - Be that as it may
Venga lo que venga
Quienquiera - Whoever
Dondequiera - Wherever
Comoquiera - However
Por ricos/pobres que sean - However rich/poor they may be

Golden phrases

* Si tuviera mucha influencia yo prohibiría la caza - If i had alot/much influence i would ban hunting. (Imp Sbj & Conditional)

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