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French A Level at Ormiston Rivers Academy

Course description

- Traditional and modern values
- Cyberspace
- Gender equality
- Influence of idols
- Regional identity in French
- Cultural heritage
- Study of a novel and a film.

As well as this content, heavy focus on grammar and accuracy features in every lesson alongside traditional skills. Students are expected to be able to manipulate and use language to suit their own purposes.
There is a heavy emphasis on oral skills in the target language. Students are expected to communicate as much as possible in French throughout the lesson. Lessons are conducted in French where appropriate. As well as attending lessons, students are expected to keep up to date with topical issues in French speaking countries.

Entry requirements

Grade B in GCSE French.


- Listening, reading and writing paper.
- Oral exam.

Future opportunities

Further study at University level. Languages degrees are diverse and can be combined with other disciplines such as law and humanities based subjects.

A language degree is versatile enough to be applied to any area of work. A particular asset if your chosen career path is within the tourist industry.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Ormiston Rivers Academy directly.

Last updated date: 07 March 2017

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