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£695 PER COURSE

What will I learn?

A level French is a good foundation for a variety of careers. This course aims to equip you to deal with everyday social and work situations in French-speaking countries. You will read a range of texts in French, drawn from contemporary fiction, the classics and transcripts of films and current affairs programmes. This course includes coursework.

Topics include:
Unit 1: La famille et la cybersociété
Unit 2: La cybersocieté et le bénévolat
Unit 3: Culture et musique francophone
Unit 4: Musique et cinéma
Unit 5: Literature and film 1
Unit 6: Une société diverse
Unit 7: Les marginalisés et les criminels
Unit 8: L’engagement politique
Unit 9: La politique
Unit 10: Literature and film 2

What do I need to know?

A GCSE or equivalent in French is recommended for this course.

Awarding Body

Assessment and Qualifications Alliance

Course info

Qualification

GCE A Level or equivalent

Study Hours

Variable - to suit the learner

Study mode

Online

Price

£695

Total time for completion

No time limit

More info on price

Payment by instalments available.

Who runs this course?

NATIONAL EXTENSION COLLEGE

NATIONAL EXTENSION COLLEGE

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About NEC The National Extension College (NEC) provides the opportunity for people of all ages and backgrounds to fit life-changing learning into their lives. Whether you’re looking to study in order to go onto further or higher education, change or advance your career or simply for enjoyment, NEC provides online distance learning courses which are of the very highest quality. Course materials are written by experts such as teachers and examiners and are available to you online 24/7 through learn@nec - our virtual learning environment and the gateway to the NEC community. You can study whenever and wherever you like. With tutor support from a qualified teacher and specialist in your chosen subject, NEC will make sure that you

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