How to Master French Writing

Presented by: Maud Fugier-Sola

Event Information: 6 PD Hours 

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Developing techniques to help students master the necessary writing skills in French while effectively assessing their work...if this sounds like what you and your students might benefit from, then come along to this workshop during which you will be given ideas to immediately take back into the classroom! Explore the do’s and don’ts to develop your students’ writing skills and your approach to marking their work. Ideas, activities, strategies and tips, will be demonstrated, discussed and workshopped.

Teachers will gain a clear understanding of how to:

  • Develop writing skills
  • Identify the various kinds of writing and text types and linguistic features
  • Effectively prepare students for the written exam
  • Create and organise word bank and written models
  • Assess and measure the work against the written criteria
  • Ensure relevance, breadth and depth of content
  • Ensure appropriateness of structure
  • Ensure accuracy, range and appropriateness of vocabulary and grammar
  • Apply a holistic approach
  • Give effective feedback

Event Details:


Tuesday 10th 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: Secondary French 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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