Distance Learning Centre

      French as level course

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      Approximate Study Time: 350 Hours (Self Study) Buy Now More InfoThe French AS Level Course is the first year units of the complete French A Level syllabus. This course helps students develop confident, effective communication skills in French and a thorough understanding of the culture of countries and communities where French is spoken. The course is supported by oral material on CD-ROM, and access to OUP/Nelson Thornes online resources at Kerboodle. Students will need to have internet access to benefit from these.

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      What you'll learn on the course

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      Communication Skills
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      Communication Training
      Effective Communication
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      Course programme

      The French AS Level Course is the first year units of the complete French A Level syllabus. This course helps students develop confident, effective communication skills in French and a thorough understanding of the culture of countries and communities where French is spoken.

      Each lesson begins with a set of clearly stated objectives and an explanation of its place in the overall programme of study. Effective learning is encouraged through frequent activities and self-assessment questions. There are six Tutor-Marked Assignments (known as TMAs).

      The course is supported by oral material on CD-ROM, and access to OUP/Nelson Thornes online resources at Kerboodle. Students will need to have internet access to benefit from these.

      The full A Level qualification consists of an AS and A2 syllabus and would be split into four modules, reflecting the modular four examination structure of A levels. This particular course is the AS Level only and if you are looking to complete the full A Level then we recommend buying the full French A Level Course for telephone number and most will have Skype capabilities. Whilst you are still actively submitting assignments, you should expect to be in contact with your tutor regularly. Remember, to get the most out of your tutor, you will need to tell them when you need assistance.

      Examination Centres & Examination Fees:

      All distance learning students will sit their exams as a private candidate in a registered school or college. The finding of an examination centre and the booking of exams is the responsibility of the student. In December/January students are contacted and advised to start arranging their examinations. Examination officers are available if you are struggling to find a suitable centre but AQA’s Website has a Private Candidate Page which details information about being a private candidate and has a search facility showing suitable centres in each County.

      Examination fees need to be paid direct to your chosen exam centre. Prices for exams will vary depending on the exam centre’s administration costs so it is worth contacting a few to compare prices.

      Nearest Examination Dates:

      Please review the A Level Overview page for detailed information on possible examination dates and procedures.

      Studying from Abroad:

      It is possible to study A Level Courses from anywhere in the world. However some courses are easier to study from abroad than others and some restrictions to the type of tuition available apply. If you wish to study an A Level then you will need to sit the examinations in the UK. Please remember that most A Level's have several examinations which may well be spread over several weeks.

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      Additional information

      Course Format Paper Based Materials with Audio CD Rom

      Payment Plan Option Spread the cost over 4 monthly payments.

      Approximate Self Study Time 350 Hours (Self Study)

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