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A Level Spanish

A Level Spanish

Dates Available

  • Week 1: Monday 29 March – Friday 2 April
  • Week 2: Monday 5 – Friday 9 April
  • Week 3: Monday 12 – Friday 16 April

Boards

Suitable for all exam boards

Length of Course

17.5 hours for AS Level
35 hours for A Level

Times

9.00am to 12.30pm or 1.00pm to 4.30pm daily

This course is suitable for all examination boards.

Our Spanish revision course is skill-specific as opposed to board or topic specific. The aim of this course is:

  • develop understanding of the spoken and written forms of Spanish in a range of contexts;
  • develop the ability to communicate effectively in Spanish, through both the spoken and written word, using a range of vocabulary and structures;
  • develop knowledge and understanding of the grammar of Spanish, and the ability to apply it;
  • apply their knowledge and understanding in a variety of relevant contexts which reflect their previous learning and maturity;
  • develop knowledge and understanding of countries and communities where Spanish is spoken;
  • develop positive attitudes to Spanish learning;
  • provide a suitable foundation for further study and/or practical use of Spanish.

Each morning and afternoon session incorporates practice of the following examination skills drawing upon AS level material or utilising A2 level material:

  • Speaking: oral exams; presentation; general conversation.
  • Listening comprehension
  • Reading comprehension
  • Writing: short and long responses; essay writing and task-based responses.

In each session emphasis is placed on areas of grammar that commonly cause students problems. Students are set exercises to prepare, paragraphs to write and sentences to translate and are encouraged to memorise key vocabulary and use idiomatic structures in the target language.

Addressing the language component (75-85%) of A level modern language specifications, the course does not give specific coverage to set texts and set topics. Where students specifically want help on Spanish literature texts, this can usually be accommodated by means of individual tuition. Please contact the Course Director to discuss your precise requirements and giving the text’s title, author and edition used.

Please provide as much detail as possible on your questionnaire to enable tutors to tailor the course to your needs.

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