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Qualification:
2SP01 GCSE Spanish 
Starts:
14/09/2016 
Ends:
28/06/2017 
Weeks:
32 
Days:
Wed 
Type:
Evening Course 
Study Mode
Part-Time 
Assessment:
Exams and Coursework 
Level:
Area:
Maths, English & Languages 
Course Code:
CEGES1A 
 
Entry Requirements

You should have studied the language for at least two years recently and you have a basic knowledge of past, present and future tenses and a good basic vocabulary covering a range of topics.

In the classes you will usually be working in small groups and pairs. To consolidate what you have learned in class, you will need to spend two to three hours per week working at home.

 

To your first class you will need to bring in paper, a pen and a ring-binder to keep hand-outs and notes safe.

 
 

Spanish GCSE

This is not a beginner’s course. You should have studied the language for at least two years recently. You have a basic knowledge of past, present and future tenses and a good basic vocabulary covering a range of topics.


About the Course

It is an intensive course over one year, which will cover all four skills of reading, listening, speaking and writing. You will study grammatical structures and prescribed themes and topics.

 

Skills you will develop:

 

  • Cope with a greater degree of unpredictability in your use of Spanish

  • Deal with language problems in a widening range of situations

  • Understand and use more accurately a widening range of vocabulary and structures

  • Start to discuss and express opinions on everyday issues

  • Give full descriptions and accounts


Key Units

  • Lifestyle (Health & Relationships)
  • Leisure (including Holidays)
  • Home and environment
  • Work & Education



Entry Requirements

You should have studied the language for at least two years recently and you have a basic knowledge of past, present and future tenses and a good basic vocabulary covering a range of topics.

In the classes you will usually be working in small groups and pairs. To consolidate what you have learned in class, you will need to spend two to three hours per week working at home.

 

To your first class you will need to bring in paper, a pen and a ring-binder to keep hand-outs and notes safe.


Assessment

Practical Assessment and Exams


Where does this Lead

A GCSE qualification in Spanish is proof of competence for anyone wishing to work in a Spanish speaking country and an enhancement for any career with an international dimension.

 




Future Opportunities



Extra Costs

Exams.