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18/10/19

What an impressive collection of donations for the Haringey Food Bank https://t.co/7hbR9ku2oX

18/10/19

What an impressive collection of donations for the Haringey Food Bank https://t.co/QY89MXiUsZ

18/10/19

Ms Smith dropping off our harvest donations to the food bank https://t.co/tjYISLBNRT

17/10/19

Retweetd From Harris Academy St John’s Wood

Our 6th Form are hearing from Jonathan Toy about approaches to solving youth violence and violence against young people https://t.co/h8CtW2g6yy https://t.co/xCVQRQ9JeX

17/10/19

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So proud of our Year 11 football team as they placed third in the Haringey tournament today https://t.co/H2nydz9H7u

17/10/19

So proud of our Year 11 football team as they placed third in the Haringey tournament today https://t.co/H2nydz9H7u

17/10/19

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Thank you for sharing our weekly success stories. I am really proud to be apart of the family! https://t.co/7WD92NDxnL

15/10/19

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Robert Peston now up at the event for social & careers education in state schools How to be adaptive, resilient, imaginative - speakers in schools give world of knowledge and opportunities - how individuals can overcome profound challenges https://t.co/5WXeY1bnoz

15/10/19

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Brilliant to hear from about how we can inspire young people to find what career and what kind of person they can be https://t.co/d5IcnUM54T

15/10/19

Tonight our Executive Principal Nick Soar is helping launch the research into how children can find themselves, find their identity and be themselves and find the career of their choice - amazing work of https://t.co/l8oBcEUUh0

15/10/19

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14/10/19

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11/10/19

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Annual Federation Conference. https://t.co/Vjn2NZCUVg https://t.co/GfrarOD9Wc

11/10/19

Wonderful to hear, our, and other Harris pupils singing exceptionally at our Harris conference https://t.co/n1bulxzJB4

11/10/19

Ready to welcome our Harris Tottenham team to the Harris Conference https://t.co/3EO0L7gO4d

10/10/19

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Great pictures from our Grand Opening. https://t.co/PIHyy8gJpA

10/10/19

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It's a huge welcome from me and everyone to two academies this week. That's FOUR in the last month😊 Welcome to the team, I look forward to working with you all https://t.co/Va02l38U9m

10/10/19

Mr Howells had the best time celebrating pupils' success at the Principal's breakfast https://t.co/W9akgrKAKQ

10/10/19

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Some pictures from last night’s highly successful Open Evening. Don’t forget to check out our Open Mornings next Tuesday and Thursday. https://t.co/Q3EyxISXna

10/10/19

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Thank you for all your generous donations for Tottenham food bank. Don’t worry if you haven’t brought yours in yet- last day is Thursday 17th October https://t.co/Z87YJ0feAi

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A-Level French

A Level French

Specification: AQA

Method of Assessment: Examination (Listening, Reading, Writing & Speaking)

Course Overview:

This A-level French course will develop your confidence, communication skills in Spanish and a thorough understanding of the culture of countries and communities where Spanish is spoken. 

This four-unit specification will expand and develop your ability to write and speak in Spanish with accurate grammar and syntax for a range of purposes and to understand written or spoken Spanish in a variety of contexts and genres.

Units Studied:

AS LEVEL COURSE:

ASPECTS OF FRENCH-SPEAKING SOCIETY: current trends

  • The Changing nature of the family
  • Cyberspace
  • The place of voluntary work

ARTISTIC CULTURE IN THE FRENCH SPEAKING WORLD

  • A culture proud of its heritage
  • Contemporary francophone music
  • Cinema: the 7th art form

GRAMMAR

ORAL PRESENTATION

LITERARY TEXTS AND FILMS: Students must study either one text or one film.

 

A LEVEL COURSE (ALL THE ABOVE, PLUS…)

ASPECTS OF FRENCH-SPEAKING SOCIETY: current issues

  • Positive features of a diverse society
  • Life for the marginalised
  • How criminals are treated

ASPECTS OF POLITICAL LIFE IN THE FRENCH-SPEAKING WORLD

  • Teenagers, the right to vote and political comment
  • Demonstrations, strikes – who holds the power?
  • Politics and immigration

GRAMMAR

ORAL PRESENTATION: INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH PROJECT

Literary texts and films

Students must study either one text and one film or two texts from the AQA list.

 

ASSESSMENT:

AS Paper 1 –Listening, Reading and Writing

45% of AS

1 hour 45 minutes written examination

90 marks

AS Paper 2 – Writing

25% of AS

1 hour 30 minutes written examination

50 marks

AS Paper 3 –Speaking Test

30% of AS

12-14 minutes speaking test

60 marksamition

A LEVEL Paper 1 – Listening, Reading and Writing

50% of A Level

2 hours 30 minutes written examination

100 marks

A LEVEL Paper 2 - Writing

20% of A Level

2 hours written examination

80 marks

A LEVEL Paper 3 - Speaking

30% of A Level

21-23 minutes speaking test (including 5 minutes preparation)

60 marks

Entry Requirements:

Students require a minimum of 7 GCSE’s at grade 5 or above or equivalent, including English (Literature or Language) and Mathematics, with at least a grade 6 in FRENCH.

Reading Materials / Resources:

https://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/languages/as-and-a-level/french-7652

Career Opportunities

-Although there are many occupations where languages are useful, the ones where languages are essential are teaching, translating and interpreting.

-Other occupations where a languages degree would be desired are finance, law, sales and marketing, engineering, tourism and leisure, international institutions (including the UN and the EU), teaching English as a foreign language and journalism.

Most of these job roles will value language skills and possessing them will potentially open up further opportunities in your career.

Studying languages gives excellent transferrable skills, including communication, problem solving or creativity, which are recognised by UCAS and beyond.

For more information, please contact Mr Linathan c/o sixthform@harristottenham.org.uk

Please mark FAO and contact name in the subject of the email. 

 

 

 

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