GCSE Japanese

GCSE

In Eastleigh

Price on request

Description

  • Typology

    GCSE

  • Location

    Eastleigh

Description

This is a course for students who have already got a basic knowledge of Japanese and would like to continue further studies in Japanese. The course explores the language as well as the Japanese culture using authentic materials, tapes and videos. Studying Japanese will certainly make your application for employment or higher education stand out from the rest! The syllabus followed is that.

Important information

Government funding available

Facilities

Location

Starts

Eastleigh (Hampshire)
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Chestnut Avenue, SO50 5ZA

Starts

On request

To take into account

We expect you to have had success in learning a foreign language before. It is expected that you have a basic knowledge in Japanese and you have achieved ideally 'Merit' for WJEC Level1 Certificate in Japanese.

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Course programme


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This is a course for students who have already got a basic knowledge of Japanese and would like to continue further studies in Japanese.The course explores the language as well as the Japanese culture using authentic materials, tapes and videos.
Studying Japanese will certainly make your application for employment or higher education stand out from the rest!
The syllabus followed is that offered by Edexcel.

What Will I learn on this Course?

The one year course offers a positive and appropriate approach for Japanese language learners through a variety of topics.

At the end of the course you will be able to;
  • Read and write Hiragana and Katakana
  • Read and/or write 200 Kanji
  • Apply language skills across a range of contexts
  • Familiarise yourself with Japanese culture.

Course Content and Method of Assessment

The examination is in four parts:
  • speaking
  • listening
  • reading
  • writing

Through topics including;
  • In the UK and abroad
  • Education, training and employment
  • House, home and daily routine
  • Media, entertainment and youth culture
  • Social activities, fitness and health

After the Course

If you have enjoyed learning the language at this level, you may wish to go on to study AS level Japanese. Students may also study Japanese in Higher Education in a combined degree.

Subject Combinations

Japanese combines well with all other subjects.

Entry Requirements

We expect you to have had success in learning a foreign language before. It is expected that you have a basic knowledge in Japanese and you have achieved ideally 'Merit' for WJEC Level1 Certificate in Japanese.

GCSE Japanese

Price on request