Translation Practice for A Level Year 2 Edexcel German

Translation Practice for A Level Year 2 Edexcel German

Help students master the complexities of translation through an understanding of how grammar, vocabulary and transference of meaning work together in an idiomatic way.

The Translation Practice pack enables students to develop the skills to translate successfully into English and into German. All 2016 AS and A Level Edexcel specification topics are covered to ensure comprehensive knowledge of vocabulary in varied contexts.

With a tailor-made structure that includes:

  • Helpful tips on how to approach translations both ways
  • Worked examples of translations with explanations
  • Grammar and vocabulary preparatory activities
  • Mark schemes with indicative content

Exam-style questions:

    • Translate an English paragraph into German
    • Translate a German paragraph into English

I immediately liked the fact that the booklet is split into the two major themes in the second year of A level and that there are vocabulary exercises and grammar exercises for the pupils to look at and consolidate their knowledge before they move on to try the exam style questions. I like that section A is solely based on the A level topics and section B consolidate the work done in Year 1 of the A level course so that pupils can be revising the vocabulary and themes for their A level exam. The resource therefore models good spaced practice and interleaving concepts which are excellent practice for linear exams.I think the structure of the resource is excellent too. I really like that mark schemes are given and can be used by the pupils to peer assess. – C Woodward, German Teacher and Independent Reviewer

Includes photocopiable master with site licence; electronic copies available. Orders are normally dispatched in 2-5 working days.

Price is £119
Click here for full details and to order.

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