AS/A Level Spanish

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A Level Spanish Specification
AS Spanish Specification
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The Eduqas A level & As level in Spanish provides an engaging and exciting opportunity for students to build on their previous study of Spanish. Through social, intellectual, historical and political cultural themes students will be able to develop their linguistic knowledge and cultural understanding of the countries/communities where the language is spoken. An opportunity to study literature and film will allow students to undertake a deeper analysis of language structures and increase their cultural awareness as part of an integrated approach to language learning. A strong focus is placed on building students' confidence and fluency in spoken Spanish using relevant and topical themes. The requirement to research an area of personal interest related to the country/communities where Spanish is spoken will enhance students' cultural appreciation and enable them to gain a greater awareness of intercultural differences.

This A level in Spanish will enable learners to:

  • enhance their linguistic skills and promote and develop their capacity for critical
    thinking on the basis of their knowledge and understanding of the language, culture and society of the countries/communities where the language is spoken
  • develop control of the language system to convey meaning, using spoken and
    written skills, including an extended range of vocabulary, for both practical and
    intellectual purposes as increasingly confident, accurate and independent users of the language
  • develop their ability to interact effectively with users of the language in speech and in writing, including through online media
  • develop language learning skills and strategies, including communication strategies to sustain communication and build fluency and confidence
  • engage critically with intellectually stimulating texts, films and other materials in the original language, developing an appreciation of sophisticated and creative uses of the language and understanding them within their cultural and social context
  • develop knowledge about matters central to the society and culture, past and
    present, of the countries/communities where the language is spoken
  • mediate between cultures and between speakers of the language and speakers of English
  • foster their ability to learn other languages
  • equip themselves with transferable skills such as autonomy, resourcefulness,
    creativity, critical thinking, and linguistic, cultural and cognitive flexibility that will enable them to proceed to further study or to employment
  • develop their capacity for critical and analytical thinking through the language of study
  • develop as independent researchers through the language of study.

Why choose Eduqas?

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