Why study Modern Foreign Languages(French/Spanish)?
The subject provides opportunities to develop language skills and general knowledge through student focused assessment. With an element of personal choice and a wide range of appealing content and opportunities, the course allows students to gain a greater understanding of another culture. Grammar is studied alongside the various themes. Studying a language helps students to become well-informed world citizens and effective communicators.
|French A Level||Spanish A Level|
Year 12 - Aspects of French-speaking society: current trends
Year 13 - Aspects of French-speaking society: current issues
Year 12 - Aspects of Hispanic society: current trends
Year 13 - Multiculturalism in Hispanic society: current issues
A literary workAn individual research project
All Sixth Form linguists are offered the opportunity to go to France or Spain as part of a Work Experience scheme. Students also benefit from individual support with a Foreign Languages Assistant.
What career opportunities are there?
Languages are recognised as being intellectually challenging, and both universities and employers look more favourably at potential candidates who have a language. European languages are the key to European communication and you can combine a language with any other field of study at university, as well as open wider employment opportunities in a global market. Here are just a few possible career fields: International Sales and Marketing, Investment Banking, Law, Education, Government, Journalism, Travel and Tourism.
Syllabus: French / Spanish
Examination Board: AQA
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