This course continues the development of linguistic skills in French with equal focus on listening, speaking, reading and writing. Preparation for assessment against NCEA Level 1 standards is an important aspect of this year. Evaluation of students’ skills in speaking and writing French will be based on the development of portfolios of work. Students will also have the opportunity to participate in a social action that supports a social justice and human rights project in a French speaking country.
Global Studies (Languages)
students in this course will be working towards
10 credits that are internally assessed and 10 credits that are externally assessed. An additional 4 credits are offered from a Social Action standard.
Course endorsement is possible in L1 French
This course leads to a university approved course.