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A Level French at All Saints Catholic High School

Course description

The course is built around the following core content; social issues and trends, political and artistic culture and grammar. Students will also have the choice of studying French literary texts and films.

Students build upon the skills that they have acquired at GCSE level, and learn and understand how to express themselves more fluently in French. French and the French speaking world are studied in depth and students will gain an appreciation of the culture, geography and history behind the language.

Immersion into the language is vital and therefore we encourage students to watch French films, listen to French music, participate in lively debate and do their own individual research. Our students also have the opportunity to take part in French Topic Days and to cook and sample French cuisine!

Course content

Paper 1- Listening, reading and writing (40%)

Paper 2- Writing (30%)

Paper 3- Speaking (30%)

Entry requirements

GCSE Grade 6 in French

Assessment

All sections of the course are assessed by examination as outlined above.

Future opportunities

The course lays the foundation for any further study of languages or related subjects in higher education. Possible careers include: Business, Management, Banking, Teaching, Translating, Tourist Industry.

Further information

Student comment:

“… I’m really glad I chose French. It seemed hard at first, but it did get easier and the trip to France was brilliant! I’m hoping to get a job where I can travel and use my language skills.”

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: 09 November 2017
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