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FRENCH delivered at St Thomas Aquinas School at St Thomas Aquinas Catholic School

Course description

AIM OF THE COURSE

French A Level provides an engaging and exciting opportunity for students to build on their previous study of French. Students will be able to develop their linguistic knowledge and cultural understanding of the countries/communities where the language is spoken. An opportunity to study literature and film will allow students to undertake a deeper analysis of language structures and increase their cultural awareness as part of an integrated approach to language learning. A strong focus is placed on building students' confidence and fluency in spoken French using relevant and topical themes. The requirement to research an area of personal interest related to the country/communities where French is spoken will enhance students' cultural appreciation and enable them to gain a greater awareness of intercultural differences.

Course content

A Level SUMMARY

Component 1             Listening, Reading and Writing               50%

Component 2             Writing about a Film and a Literary Text 20%

Component 3             Speaking                                                 30%

Entry requirements

You should have achieved an Average Point Score across all your GCSE subjects of 40+ and at least grade B in GCSE French.

Future opportunities

You can combine French A Level with any other subject, such as a humanities or a science subject or English. Many universities are looking for students who have an A Level in a Modern Foreign Language as evidence of a broad range of skills. French A Level will give you greater access into employment in industry, business, management and the Civil Service, amongst many others.

How to apply

You can apply for this course through UCAS Progress. Add this course to your favourites so you can start making an application.

Last updated date: 20 October 2016
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Key information

  • Start date: Next September

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