Spanish A-Level

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Society and Culture

Course Details
Spanish is one of the core languages of world business and governments and is the official language of countries across several continents. You will develop your oral skills (speaking and listening) through conversations and presentations, and develop your ability to write and read Spanish to a more sophisticated level. You will study a novel and a film and consider the socio/cultural background to the stories and their impact as well as the construction and ideas in the texts themselves.

How is this course assessed?
This course will be assessed through written exams and an oral exam.

Which other courses does this combine well with?
English Literature/Language, Geography, Politics, History, French and Sociology.

What is the Qualification?
Qualification – A Level Spanish
Level – A Level

What are the entry requirements?
5 GCSEs at 5 and above. Higher entry requirements are required for those wishing to study 4 A Levels.

You will need a 5 at Spanish GCSE or for Spanish to be a home language.

What are the modules and units?
– Social Issues and Trends
– Political and Artistic Culture
– Grammar

What about careers?
Spanish is a highly sought after talent that can make all the difference in job applications to a wide range of careers.