German B International Baccalaureate group 2 subject at Dane Court Grammar School
Students following language B higher course will be expected to have studied the relevant language successfully to GCSE level. The higher level course also aims to prepare students for the study of German in Higher Education. Therefore, the aim of the German B course at Dane Court is to equip students with the skills needed to communicate effectively, and spontaneously, in the target language. To promote this, the four skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing will be regularly practised so that students develop their ability to both understand, and use, the spoken and written word. Learning a language is intellectually stimulating and we aim to promote the enjoyment of language learning. We also aim to raise students' awareness of the links between languages and different cultures.
At the heart of the courses are the three central elements of language, texts and cultural awareness. Students will be able to recognize, understand and produce a number of different types of texts to suit specific social and linguistic purposes.
- Communication and media
- Global issues
- Social relationships
- Cultural diversity
- Customs and traditions
- Science and technology
At higher level two works of literature are also studied.
General entry requirements:
International Baccalaureate Diploma: 6 B and 2 C grades at GCSE
International Baccalaureate Career-Related Programme: 3 B and 2 C grades at GCSE
Formal assessment includes external examinations and internal assessment, as follows:
- Paper I: Text handling (25%)
- Paper 2: Written production (25%)
- Written assignment (20%)
- Individual oral (20%)
- Interactive oral activity (10%)
This course is offered as part of the International Baccalaureate Diploma programme, or as part of the International Baccalaureate Career-Related Programme.
The International Baccalaureate Diploma
The IB Diploma is made up of six subject groups together with a core comprising of three parts.
Students study six subjects selected from the subject groups. Three of these subjects are studied at higher level and the remaining three subjects are studied at standard level. Students must choose one subject from each of groups 1 to 5. However, instead of a group 6 subject, a candidate may select an additional subject from groups 2 to 4.
The three core requirements are the extended essay, theory of knowledge, and creativity, action, service.
The International Baccalaureate Career-Related Programme
The IB Career-Related Programme aims to provide a curriculum for students that will equip them for further education and also the world of work. It combines the academic rigour and principles of the IB with well-established vocational qualifications and a unique ‘core’ course.
The IB Career-Related Programme is made up of:
A vocational course worth 2 A levels
Two IB subjects at standard level
A ‘core’ comprising:
· Approaches to Learning
· Reflective Project
· Community in service
· Basic language skills
How to apply
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