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Moulsham High School

MFL - Key Stage 5

We offer 3 A Level courses - French, German and Spanish. More details on these courses can be found in our Sixth Form Course Guide

 

To study French, German or Spanish at A Level you must have achieved a grade 6 in the respective language at GCSE.

 

French

The French A-level is, in many respects, a continuation from GCSE, emphasising the same skills which are then pursued to a much higher level. You will learn more about France as you will be tackling a variety of issues that affect the country.

 

What will I be studying on the course?

Not surprisingly, you will need to acquire considerably more French grammar and vocabulary but this will be accompanied by topic-based teaching as well as the study of films and books.

 

Topics will be based on a variety of social, political and cultural issues, which are interesting, current and also fun to study! For example, you will be studying topical issues such as family, cybersociety, the arts, culture, immigration, etc.

 

In Year 12 you would be expected to spend roughly four to five hours per week outside timetabled lessons doing assignments and studying independently, with six to eight hours expected in Year 13.

 

Spanish

The Spanish A-level is, in many respects, a continuation from GCSE, emphasising the same skills which are then pursued to a much higher level. You will learn more about Spain as you will be tackling a variety of issues that affect the country.

 

What will I be studying on the course?

Not surprisingly, you will need to acquire considerably more Spanish grammar and vocabulary but this will be accompanied by topic-based teaching as well as the study of films and books.

 

Topics will be based on a variety of social, political and cultural issues, which are interesting, current and also fun to study! For example, you will be studying topical issues such as family, cybersociety, the arts, culture, immigration, etc.

 

In Year 12 you would be expected to spend roughly four to five hours per week outside timetabled lessons doing assignments and studying independently, with six to eight hours expected in Year 13.

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