FRENCH LANGUAGE ADVANCED LEVEL NEW EXAMINATION FORMAT ACSEE
123 FRENCH LANGUAGE
(For Both School and Private Candidates)
This examination format is the revised version of the 2015 format issued by the National Examinations Council of Tanzania.
The format is based on the 2010 French Language Syllabus for Advanced Level of Secondary Education.
The revised format focuses on competence based assessment featured by higher order thinking skills. There is no any change in the examination content.
2.0 GENERAL OBJECTIVES
The examination will measure the extent to which candidates can:
2.1 acquire new knowledge on socio-cultural, political, science and technology by reading articles written in the French Language;
2.2 use the knowledge of French Language at higher level;
2.3 analyse texts written in French Language;
2.4 report information using appropriate French Language;
2.5 translate and interpret texts from French Language to either Kiswahili or English Language.
3.0 GENERAL COMPETENCES
The examination will measure the candidates’ ability to:
3.1 communicate in French Language in a simple way with people who speak the French Language in various situations;
3.2 express themselves correctly in written French;
3.3 understand, translate and interpret a text written in French Language; and
3.4 read and analyse different texts.
4.0 EXAMINATION RUBRIC
The French Language examination will consist of two (2) papers; 123/1 French Language 1 and 123/2 French Language 2.
4.1 123/1 French Language 1
This paper will last for three (3) hours. The paper will consist of ten
(10) short answer questions.
Candidates will be required to answer all the questions. Each question will weigh 10 marks. The total marks for this paper will be 100 marks.
4.2 123/2 French Language 2
The duration for this paper will be three (3) hours. The paper will consist of sections A and B with a total of seven (7) questions.
Candidates will be required to answer six (6) questions which will weigh 100 marks.
Section A will comprise two (2) short answer questions. The candidates will be required to answer all the questions. Each question will carry ten (10) marks. The section will carry 20 marks.
Section B will consist of five (5) essay or structured questions. Candidates will be required to answer four (4) questions. Each question will carry 20 marks making a total of 80 marks.
5.0 EXAMINATION CONTENTS
5.1 123/1 French Language 1
5.1.1 Talking about different experiences (e.g. past, present)
5.1.2 Expressing wishes
5.1.3 Reported speech
5.1.4 Locating places
5.2 123/2 French Language 2
5.2.1 Writing for various contemporary topics
5.2.2 Making the public aware of certain calamities (e.g. H.I.V)
5.2.3 Giving an argument (debate)
5.2.4 Talking about the causes and consequences of natural catastrophes
5.2.5 Analysis of various Literary works in French Language
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