If you choose A Level German you will study a range of stimulating and challenging topics which will enable you to express yourself confidently and fluently in German as well as deepening your understanding of German speaking culture. You will study technological and social change, the challenges of living in a multicultural society as well as aspects of German culture such as festivals and traditions, music, film and fashion.
In your second year you will learn how Germany’s political landscape has changed and discuss the issues and influences that are still shaping its political landscape today. You will have the opportunity to study a German film and literary text as well as carry out an independent research project of your choice to present in the speaking exam. Lessons are varied and interactive with lots of conversation practice and class debates as well as grammar and translation exercises which will allow you to accurately express your own ideas and opinions.
At least 5 GCSEs graded 9-4 or A*-C including English plus a grade 5/B or equivalent in German. Fast track A Level in one year is available for native or near native speakers.