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French A Level at Oakbank School

Course description

AS

Youth culture and concerns
Lifestyle: health and fitness
The world around us: travel, tourism, environmental issues, the French speaking world Education and employment

A2

Customs and traditions, culture and beliefs
National and international events: past, present, and future
Global issues
Film, media and literature

Entry requirements

At least a grade C at French GCSE

Assessment

AS

Unit 1 – Spoken Expression (10 minute oral exam)
Your choice of topic area
Response to a short text then a general conversation

Unit 2 – Understanding and Written Response (2 hour 30)
Combined listening, reading, and writing exam

A2

Unit 3 – Spoken Expression (12 minute oral exam)
Presentation and discussion on an issue of your choice

Unit 4 – Research, Understanding and Written Response (2 hour 30)
Short translation, discursive essay, research-based essay

How to apply

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

Last updated date: 27 February 2017
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