German A-Level at Freman College
The two year course will build on GCSE German enabling students to develop their language skills and gain a deeper cultural understanding of the countries where German is spoken. A wide variety of topics will be studied under the broader headings of travel and exploration, diversity and difference, contemporary youth culture and the modern Germany from 1989 onwards.
Over the two years students will become proficient in the language skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing using a wide range of resources including authentic materials. Students will learn to use spoken and written German in many different ways: they will be able to discuss issues; present ideas, arguments and opinions; they will learn to seek information and be able to carry out independent research and learning; they will develop their translation skills. In addition to this, students will study some selected German literature and films.
Grade B or above in GCSE German.
The A-level examination consists of three units:
- Listening, reading and translation
- Writing (film and/or literature)
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Freman College directly.