Archive for GCSE Arabic

GCSE Arabic Past Papers 2015, 2016, 2017. Listening, Reading, Writing.

GCSE Arabic Past Papers 2015, 2016, 2017. Listening, Reading, Writing.

These papers will be available when you take a lesson with us. We prepare students for GCSE Arabic with 45 and 60 minute lessons. These GCSE Arabic past papers have been gone over so many times with alot of our students and we have certain techniques on how to master these papers.

We also can provide an examiner who will attend the school that your child attends to take the exam with them. Examiners can attend schools within London or just outside of the M25.

We have also attended schools to teach Arabic and prepare candidates for the speaking exam or other areas of Arabic language learning. Alternatively we mark papers and return them to you with a few days. This will also give you a rough idea of how students will do in advance of the actual exam.

April is usually a very busy month and we get emails from a lot of schools for dates in April, so do contact us early to avoid disappointment. We only have so much manpower and a limited time frame.

New GCSE Arabic Language Changes – Edexcel

These changes will apply to all awarding organisations’ specifications:

Assessment changes
  • The new 9-1 grading system will replace A*-G, and there will no longer be any controlled assessment. All papers will be set and marked by the awarding organisation.
  • Papers will be tiered, with 25% assessment weightings per skill (listening, speaking, reading, writing).

Content changes

  • Compulsory topics will be linked to identity and culture; local, national, international and global areas of interest; and current and future study and employment.
  • Papers will include:
    • short translations from and into the target language
    • some target-language questions in the reading and listening papers*
    • authentic stimuli in the reading paper, including literary texts

Source: Pearson/Edexcel

GCSE Arabic Summer 2017 and 2018 Preparation

Arabic Lessons

GCSE Arabic Summer 2017/2018

Preparation Sessions

Speaking, Listening, Reading

and Writing

Assessment

Revision

Mocks

Visiting Examiner Hire for GCSE Arabic

External Examiner Hire for GCSE Arabic

If you would like the GCSE Arabic Examiner service at your school or centre please see the following.

Do let us know:

1. What year you intend to sit the exam?

2. How many students do you have sitting the exam?

3. Have you/they prepared the theme and topics for conversation?

4. What is the location of your school or centre?

 

The exam window for the speaking paper is usually between mid March through to mid May.

The earlier you contact us the more likely it is that we will be able to help.

Visiting Teacher Hire for GCSE Arabic

We also offer a visiting teacher service for the preparation towards the GCSE Arabic exams. Whether it be a one off session or weekly sessions, we can visit your school to prepare students for the individual papers that make up the Arabic GCSE exam. We do early mornings, after-school or other suitable time.

 

FAO – School Staff – GCSE Arabic Speaking Paper

FAO – School Teaching & Administrative Staff

Re: Visiting Examiner for GCSE Arabic Speaking Test

Audio Recording Equipment 

The Examiner is familiar with various recording devices and software but may need the support of the school’s technician or a teacher in cases where the device is not familiar to the Examiner. Please note that the Examiner does not provide recording devices, CDs or storage keys.

Mark Record Sheet

A copy of the Mark Record Sheet is usually provided by Edexcel to the School and can be found within the Administrative Support Guide, via Edexcels website. The Examiner will usually have a spare copy of the Mark Record Sheet.

The Speaking Test

The GCSE Arabic Speaking Test is a one-to-one interaction between the Examiner and the Candidate. The overall time, per candidate, should not last more than 20-30 minutes. This time includes any preparation and settling in by the candidate, the test itself and making sure the test has been recorded.

Delays

Occasionally there maybe some delays due to Candidate going missing, issues with the recording device etc. In such instances an allowance of 15 minutes will be made to the original 30 minute maximum time, totalling 45 minutes altogether.

Invoice & Fees

  • A fee is chargeable for any delays beyond the 45 minute maximum period.
  • To minimise any delays, regarding payment, please provide an email for the Finance Officer. Alternatively a copy of the invoice will normally be emailed to the school.
  • The base fee includes travel expenses but for longer distances and parking charges these will often be listed separately. The base fee is stated in the initial correspondence. We hope that the above information helps to clarify our position and any matters which may have been unclear. Please do not hesitate to contact us for any further clarification.

     

    Thank you for your co-operation in advance.

     

    Kind Regards

    Arabic Daily Support

PDF FAO – School Staff – GCSE Arabic

 

GCSE Arabic Exam Dates 2016

GCSE Arabic Grade Boundaries 2015

Arabic GCSE grade boundaries 2015
GCSE Arabic grade boundaries 2015

Edexcel GCSE Arabic Results

Results Day

Thursday 20th August 2015

Good luck this week with your GCSE Arabic results!

GCSE Arabic Results

Sample Reading Material

Edexcel Sample Reading Material for Arabic GCSE.

sample_reading_material

Source: Edexcel.com / qualifications.pearson.comarabic daily basics

Bite Size Arabic GCSE

Mini Arabic lessons that prepare you for GCSE Arabic.

Key vocabulary lessons and essential lists that every learner of Arabic needs.

Basic KS3 exercises to strengthen your Arabic skills.

Regular contact with a tutor online, mobile and email availability.

Study at your own pace without the distractions of large class sizes.

Focused lesson structure, targets and tests.

Arabic bite size is just the right size for beginners.