You will develop the ability to communicate confidently in written and spoken French with a high level of grammatical accuracy.
The topics studied will build on your GCSE and move you towards speaking French fluently and cover@
You will work in a supportive learning environment where small group tasks build your confidence and teaching staff provide all the help and encouragement you need to excel. You will have dedicated time each week to practice your conversations skills with a fluent speaker.
A number of specifications will be changing and prospectus entries are based on information we have to date. This means that course content may be subject to change.
100% examination: Oral assessment (30%), listening, reading and translation (50%), writing (20%)
The French language is spoken across all five continents, so studying French is an excellent way of enhancing your international career prospectus. You will develop linguistic and reasoning skills that are important for any academic route. In addition to studying French at university, A Level French is also an asset for degrees in Law, Teaching, Journalism and Communications.
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