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Spanish at Cheam High School

Course description

Three papers:
Listening, Reading and Writing Paper
Essay Paper (one book, one film)
Speaking Exam

Course content

Social issues and Trends
Aspects of Hispanic Society
• Modern and traditional values (Los valores tradicionales y modernos)
• Cyberspace (el ciberespacio)
• Equal rights (La igualdad de los sexos)

Multiculturalism in Hispanic Society
•  Immigration (La Inmigración)
•  Racism (el Racismo)
• Integration (La Convivencia)

Political and Artistic Culture
Students must study the themes and sub-themes below in relation to at least one Spanish-speaking country.

Artistic culture in the Hispanic world
• Modern day idols (La influencia de los ídolos)
• Spanish regional identity (La identidad regional en españa)
• Cultural heritage or cultural landscape (el patrimonio cultural)

Aspects of political life in the Hispanic world
• Today’s youth, tomorrow’s citizens (Jóvenes de hoy, ciudadanos de mañana)
•  Monarchies, republics and dictatorships (Monarquías, repúblicas y dictaduras)
•  Popular movements (movimientos populares)
The benefits of learning any language are profound. As well as gaining the ability to write and converse in a foreign tongue, you also learn about the structure of language, syntax and grammar and how these interact with your own language.

Entry requirements

GCSE grade B in Spanish.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Cheam High School directly.

Last updated date: 01 September 2016
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