Examloaded home
Home
jamb questions
Jamb
waec questions
Waec
neco questions
Neco
nabteb questions
Nabteb
Welccome To Examloaded.Com>>>>  Home of JAMB, WAEC and NECO Qestions and Answers Expo Site
         

PAYMENTS 4 WAEC & JAMB 2024 EXPO ENDS ON 23RD FEB.

   2024 WAEC answers link  2024 WAEC ANSWERS LINK:
ExamAnswer.Net
   
This is Our Only Contact | Click On The Phone Number

    +2348162563540

To Chat Us on WhatsApp

   2024 JAMB Expo        
  2024 WAEC QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS | 2024 WAEC EXPO

(SCORE A,B,C IN YOUR RESULT)
 

2024 WAEC UPDATES
--2024 WAEC TIMETABLE      

--2024 WAEC SPECIMENS/PRACTICALS  

             

« | »

2024/2025 Waec French Syllabus/Questions and Answers

gce syllabus Wondering how to get confirmed syllabus? This is the official 2024 waec syllabus for French. I will make it available for download later. You may also click here for how to pass waec 2024. Don’t forget to rotate your screen if you are using a phone to view the table.  FRENCH  
  1. PREAMBLE
  The French syllabus is drawn from the Senior High School curricular of member countries and seeks to impact students with the requisite knowledge, skills, attitudes and values to communicate effectively in French for personal development and understanding of and participation in the affairs of the Sub-region and the world at large.
  1. GENERAL AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
  This syllabus is intended to test the candidates’ ability to use the four language skills namely, listening, speaking, reading and writing to promote communicative competence.   
  1. SCHEME OF EXAMINATION
  There will be three papers – Papers 1, 2 and 3, all of which should be taken. Papers 1 and 2 will be a composite paper, to be taken at one sitting. PAPER 1:        Will consist of forty multiple choice questions, to be answered within 1 hour for 40 marks. PAPER 2:        Will consist of two sections with three essay questions each. Candidates will be required to answer two questions in all, one question from each section. Both questions will be answered within 1 hour 15 minutes for 40 marks. PAPER 3:        Will test candidates’ listening comprehension, and reading and conversation abilities. Each candidate will require 40 minutes for the test. The paper will carry 50 marks.
  1. DETAILED SYLLABUS
More detailed requirements for the tests are as follows:  PAPER 1   This is designed to test candidates’ ability to read and understand standard written documents in French. Two passages, each of about 150 words, will be provided and a total of five short questions will be set on each. The questions in this section will be multiple- choice questions only. Candidates will be required to answer al lquestions. This section is designed to test candidates’ ability to use, inappropriate communicative contexts, French words, expressions and structural patterns. Thirty short questions will be set and candidates will be required to attempt all of them. PAPER 2       This paper is made up of two sections: (a) Essay and (b) Letter writing. It will test candidates’ ability to write freely and correctly on topics of general interest, using the appropriate structures, registers and tenses.                                                Section A:         Essay Section B:         Letter writing Three questions will be set on each. Candidates are expected to answer one question only from each section. The expected length of each composition will be about 100 words. PAPER 3 This paper will test candidates’ ability to listen to, and understand a straightforward passage in French. The test which will be based on a passage to be read aloud by the examiner will be about 200 words long.   It will deal with issues of general interest. During the first 10 minutes, the passage will be read twice. Candidates will study the questions for 3minutes before the second reading. At the end of the second reading, candidates will be allowed7 minutes to answer, in writing, 10 questions based on the passage. The questions may not be multiple-choice questions only but may also include other forms of language testing such as open-ended questions, transformation and substitution. (b)          Reading The aim is to test candidates’ ability to read aloud, with the appropriate pronunciation and fluency. For this purpose, a simple passage of about 100 words will be provided. The passage will be of contemporary interest. In principle, candidates will be asked to read once and at a normal pace. (c)           Conversation                        The conversation test will last about 10 minutes per candidate. Topics to be discussed will be drawn from themes of general and contemporary interests such as sports, health, leisure, education, politics, culture, etc. There will be two sections, one on dialogue and the other on exposition, as follows:  
  1. NOTES ON THE SYLLABUS
(1)                Structure This will be tested, as far as possible, within suitable communicative contexts. To this end, candidates are expected to be familiar with the following: (a)        Types:   regular and irregular (b)       Common moods and tenses (c)        Standard expressions such as –           avoir + noun (e.g. avoir faim) –           venir de + infinitive.    
  1. SUGGESTED READING LIST
The following may be of assistance to the candidates:
  1. Course books
(i)        De Grandsaigne, J:   –   France-Afrique 4,Lagos, Macmillan (ii)       Plaisant, Chantal, et al: –Trans Afrique 3, Lagos, Macmillan (iii)      Ajiboye, Tunde et al:   –   Nouvel Horizon 4, Ibadan, Bounty Press Ltd. (iv)      Mazauric, Catherine et al:   – On y va 3, Ibadan, Spectrum Books (v)       Berard, Evelyne et al:   –   Tempo 1 & 2, Didier, Hatier (vi)      Task Force (MEST):   – – Et en français 1 – 3, Freetown (vii)     Girardet J. &Pécheir J: – écho junior A2 méthode de français, Paris : CLÉ Internationale  
  1. General Grammar Books
(i)        Ajiboye, T.:   –   Companion to French Grammar, Ilorin, Info-Links Publishers (ii)       Ferrar H. A:   –   French Reference Grammar, OxfordUniversity Press (iii)      Dangnaud-Macé, P &Sylès, G. LeFrançais sans faute, Paris, Hatier   (iv)        Le Nouveau Bescherelle:   –   La grammaire pour tous,             Paris: Hatier                         (v)       Soyoye, F. A:   –   Manuel de conjugaison de verbes, Sophire Ed. Resources  
  1. Any other useful grammar books
              
  1. ORAL Practice
(i)        Ajiboye, T: – An Introduction to Practice in Oral French, Revised edition, Ibadan, Bounty Press Ltd. (ii)       Grandsaigne,J: – France Afrique 5, Lagos, Macmillan (iii)      Adegbilero, L. M   –   Teaching Yourself French (with cassette/CD) Revised edition, Ibadan, Bounty Press Ltd. (iv)      Chamberlain, Alan & Steele Ross Guide pratique de la                                                                         communication, Paris, Didier                          Any other useful document designed for Oral Practice
  1. Literature (Ghana only)
  (a)        J. N. D. Dodoo: La Belle Fleure et d’autres Histoires, Accra   (b)       TundeAjiboye: Olurounbi ou Le Prix d’un Pari   (c)        Hector, Malot: Sans Famille, Paris
  1. Dictionaries/Glossaries
(i)     Any useful French dictionary e.g. –           Micro Robert/Petit Robert –           Petit Larousse –           Dictionnaire du français fondamental pour l’Afrique (ii)    Any useful French – English/English-French dictionary e.g.   (iii)      Any useful French glossary e.g. Français Fondamental for West Africa, WAEC, Accra, Black Mask Ltd, To enhance comprehension skills, extracts from simple modern literary and other texts (magazines, newspapers, brochures, etc.) dealing with contemporary issues may be of immense assistance.      
Download WordPress Themes Free
Download Nulled WordPress Themes
Download Nulled WordPress Themes
Download Premium WordPress Themes Free
udemy free download
download xiomi firmware
Download Premium WordPress Themes Free
free download udemy course

Tags: , , , , , , , ,

Categories: WAEC Syllabus Past Questions and Answers

One Response
  1. This wasn’t helpful ?

    by Sarah on Jul 7, 2023 at 7:39 PM

Leave a Reply


Your Comment

« | »