This document explains how the GCSE works in terms of exams, timings and types of questions that will be asked:
When it comes to MFL revision, there are lots of ways to keep things interesting and active. Here are some favourites:
Record revision: Record yourself talking for 30 seconds on a topic and listen back to it to check your accent and pronunciation.
Watch foreign films: Put the subtitles on in the target language for an extra level of challenge.
Listen to music: You can search for current music in the charts from Spain (not ones sung in English though!)
Explore current affairs: Read and listen to news articles online. Try News in Slow Spanish.
Conjugate quickly: For a quick, regular languages boost, get into the habit of conjugating verbs while brushing your teeth in the morning and evening (in their heads, obviously!).
Label and look: Placing key vocabulary around the house on Post-Its and labelling furniture and objects in the target language offers helpful reminders even between revision sessions.