I like two things about France – triumphal arch and croissants! I will tell you why… Look at this wonderful construction! It is so powerful and strong. If you touch it, you may feel as your veins fill with power and desire… Of course, may be such perception of the reality is only a simple figment of my imagination, but still it is great!
As for the croissants, I can talk for hours… Their taste is so unpredictable and delicious! Well… I think I am going mad on all this!
This article is not about my tastes and my desires, this article should be about writing your GCSE French coursework. You should not think that the above written words have no sense. It was my attempt to burn you with fire and desire, since writing a good GCSE French coursework is going to be very difficult if you stay impartial.
“To be in France means to be in love” – this statement is so nice, and so French. You may ask me about what you can write in your GCSE French coursework. Well, try to write about France. Your GCSE French coursework is a piece of work, which will bring you a grade at the end of the semester and give you an opportunity to get your GCSE. You should pay special attention to writing your GCSE coursework! If you have an opportunity to write about this wonderful country, then you should use it. Your GCSE French coursework should present not only catching information, but also be perfectly structured. It is your task to demonstrate your awareness of the rules – the results of your GCSE French coursework will show everything.
You should remember two main issues about your GCSE French coursework:
- Your GCSE French coursework should be attention-grabbing – France is such a wonderful country that it is impossible to present boring information on it. Write not only some theoretical material, try to pay attention to your personal opinion.
- Your GCSE French coursework should be properly structured – consult your tutor in order to find out all his/her requirements as for the structure, format and style of your GCSE French courseworks.