GERMAN

Topics studied during AS include; Medien, die Kultur unsere Zeit, Gesund Leben und Familie und Verwandtschaft. At A2 you will research projects on German films, a German speaking region and a range of topics surrounding social issues, multicultural society and the environment. You will take part in group discussions and debates and work independently to improve listening and reading skills on your own Kerboodle online course.

Head of Department: Ms J Rudenko

'There is a Ukrainian proverb that says ‘Language is the soul of a nation’, meaning that if you wish to understand a different culture and a different way of thinking then you need to be able to speak another language. Studying Languages at A Level gives you the opportunity to broaden your horizons and understanding of the world, which in today’s international society is more important than ever. As A Level Languages incorporate many different disciplines they also help you develop numerous skills and complement a wide range of other subjects, which is why Language graduates are the third most employable after university.'

Please see more information about this subject and slides on biology transition work below.


A Level German June 2018.140875184.pdf
German Transition work 2020.199040941.pdf