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GCSE French

Our IGCSE French E-Book offers an interactive learning experience to guide you through the IGCSE specification.


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Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
12 months
Access to content
12 months
Qualification
Level 1/Level 2 GCSE in French
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Overview

The IGCSE French has a spoken element – this needs to be organised through your exam centre

IGCSE French is a great building block to A Levels but also an interesting subject in its own right. You will study how to read, write and speak French. The IGCSE contains many innovative audio features to help accelerate your learning.

Apart from the qualification, you will gain confidence in the use of French as a communication tool both in business and pleasure.

Qualification

Level 1/Level 2 GCSE in French

Regulated by Ofqual

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Description

This IGCSE is divided into 3 units:

Unit 1: Listening – 30 minute paper – Paper code 4FR1/01

Unit 2: Reading and Writing – 1 hour 45 minute paper – Paper code 4FR1/02

Unit 3: Speaking- 10 minute paper – Paper code 4FR1/03

Exam Availability: June

The IGCSE has five main topics to help you learn French within the context of French society and the wider world.

Topic A: Home and Abroad

Topic B: Education and Employment

Topic C: Personal life and relationships

Topic D: The world around us

Topic C: Social activities, fitness and health

  • Listening to spoken French and being able to translate into English
  • Reading french with a clear understanding of vocabulary and grammar structures.
  • Creating written responses in French.
  • Speaking French with clarity and confidence.

Who is this course for?

Any learner from starters to someone looking to formalise their existing French language knowledge.

Requirements

No requirements necessary other than a computer. The courses can be accessed from a smartphone also.

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