What will be studied?
The course is divided into four key areas of study they are:
- Aspects of Hispanic society
- Artistic culture in the Hispanic world
- Multiculturalism in Hispanic society
- Aspects of political life in Hispanic society
- You will also study a film in Year 12 and a film and book in Year 13
You will also have the opportunity to do work experience in Spain or France.
How will I be assessed?
The A level course is assessed by three exams, all taken in May/June. You will have a combined Listening, Reading and Translating exam, a Speaking and a Writing paper.
A Foreign Language opens the door to a myriad of different careers and opportunities. We are now working in a Global economy and most companies have to look further and further afield to compete in todays’ market. Languages provide a solid basis for a career in many sectors including Teaching, Interpreting and translation, Finance, Hospitality, Sales and Marketing, Transport, Tourism and Leisure, the Public Sector, including the UN and EU. Languages make you more employable and give you the opportunity to work in many different places worldwide; languages graduates have one of the highest employment levels upon graduation.
If you need any further information about studying A Level Languages please contact:
Mr Gomes – email@example.com