The new course has been designed to give a greater focus on countries and communities where the target language is spoken with the aim of inspiring a cultural curiosity. At A Level students will study Multiculturalism in Hispanic society looking at immigration, racism and integration. In addition there will be a focus on aspects of political life in the Hispanic world dealing with today’s youth, tomorrow’s citizen; monarchies, republics and dictatorships and popular movements. A Level students will study either two books or one book and one film from supplied lists. A Level students are required to do individual research on a subject of personal interest, relating to Spain or Hispanic countries.
Paper 1—Listening, reading and translation into English. 40% of A Level Paper 2—Written exam on two books or one book and one film. 30% of A Level. Non exam assessment—Speaking. 21-23 minute test (including 5 minutes preparation time). 30% of A Level.
Rawlins Level 3 P16 entry requirements. You will need to have achieved at least Grade C in GCSE Spanish.