Get the Best out of your VCE Languages Students

Presented by: Maud Fugier-Sola

Event Information: 6 PD Hours 

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Studying a language at the VCE level requires strong skills, knowledge, consistency, creativity, accuracy. Attending this workshop will assist you in further building up and shaping your students’ abilities. You will explore the toolbox that will improve your students’ performance and enhance their mastery and understanding of the VCE requirements for languages . These strategies and study tools will also be relevant to year 10 students eager to build strong foundations.

These student-centred approaches will help you discover:

  • How to maximise all the macro skills: speaking, listening, reading and writing.
  • How to master these macro skills for school assessed work and the VCE examination.
  • How to prepare effectively the general conversation and the detailed study components.
  • How to give effective feedback.
  • How to create and organise word bank/vocabulary database.
  • How to boost vocabulary memorisation.
  • How to give a tremendous polish to their speaking and writing skills.
  • How to apply grammar effectively.

This full-day session will provide you with a comprehensive range of techniques and strategies boosting your students’ confidence. Following the aforementioned stepping stones will ensure a better grasp of the essential teaching and learning strategies that will set your students up for success in the VCE.

Event Details:


Monday 9th September, 2019

  9.30am - 3.30pm (Reg. from 8.30am)

Saxons Training Facilities
Level 6, 500 Collins Street, Melbourne

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Target Audience: VCE Languages Teachers - Years 11 & 12 (Also suitable for Year 10 Languages Teachers).

  $279.00 + GST

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About the Presenter

Maud Fugier-Sola has completed a Master’s Degree in France (French as a Foreign Language/English Language & Literature/Linguistics/Translation/ Civilisation) and a Diploma of Education, Australian Catholic University, Melbourne (LOTE, EAL).

Since 2006 she has held leadership positions including Head of French at an independent Victorian school. Maud has experience as a VCAA French examiner for the oral and written components and regularly runs professional development sessions for her colleagues. She has been a consultant for several educational books for French studies and has recorded a number of resources in French for aural practices.


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