Spanish GCSE

Spanish GCSE

By the end of this course, you can expect to be able to hold conversation in Spanish and communicate in writing on a range of topics! We cover a range of topics and you will learn about Spanish culture and identity as well as the language. You will listen to people speaking Spanish, learn to speak it yourself, read what others have written and put your own thoughts and ideas on paper. You will also practice translating from and into Spanish.

Areas of study include: Identity and Culture; Local, National, International & Global areas of interest; Local area and environmental issues; Current & future study & employment. Each of these topics will include listening, speaking, reading and writing activities. You will be encouraged to work both within groups and on your own, and you will be expected to spend time practising and revising outside classes.

Entry requirements

It will be useful if you have done some Spanish before, or if you have learnt/speak another language. But most importantly is an enthusiasm to learn and willingness to practice your skills!

Contact

For general enquiries, please contact: admissions@newcollege.ac.uk

Entry requirements

It will be useful if you have done some Spanish before, or if you have learnt/speak another language. But most importantly is an enthusiasm to learn and willingness to practice your skills!

Future career and study opportunities

Speaking another language shows that you have good communication skills. This can open up career opportunities in many areas of employment, both in this country and abroad. Travel and holidays can be more enjoyable if you are able to communicate with other people and understand the local language.

After this course, you will have the opportunity to progress to A Level Spanish. Many universities offer languages opportunities with a range of other degree courses, especially in travel and tourism, hospitality, business and engineering courses.

Additional resources/costs

You will be expected to supply your own stationery and you may want to purchase a textbook. You may also be asked to contribute to any courses and visits in which you take part.

Contact

If you have a question about this or any other full-time course, email admissions@newcollege.ac.uk or call 01793 611470

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