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Stephen T

£40/hour

New

10 years

Approved Teacher

After spending ten years happily immersed in Mathematics teaching and private tuition back in Surrey, my wife and I chose to emigrate to South-West France back in 2004 to start a whole new life. It has been the most extraordinary adventure, and we are now fully integrated into French life and have become (almost) fluent French speakers. But I have started to miss the algebraic and numeric world - the time is now right to put on my still-fitting teacher's hat, and help students once again to achieve the best grades that they can, in the subject which has always been close to my heart. My most relevant experience as far as Mathematics tutoring and Classroom teaching is concerned is as follows: Sep. 2003 - Feb. 2004 Beaminster Secondary School, Beaminster, Dorset Part-Time Mathematics Teacher. Teaching for GCSE (including coursework) and A-Level. Sep. 2002 - Aug. 2003 Sherborne School for Girls, Sherborne, Dorset Full-Time Mathematics Teacher. Teaching for Key Stage 3 SATs, GCSE (including coursework) and A-Level. Oct. 2000 - Sep. 2002 Holyrood Community School, Chard, Somerset Full-Time Mathematics Teacher. Teaching for Key Stage 3 SATs, GCSE (including coursework) and A-Level. Oct. 1994 - Aug. 2000 Self-Employed (Steve Trinder Tutoring) Full-time home tuition to students of SATs, Common Entrance, GCSE and A-Level Mathematics (Pure, Mechanics and Statistics). Includes assistance with GCSE coursework, A-Level Statistics projects and mature students. Sep. 1998 - Aug. 2000 Parkside Preparatory School, Cobham, Surrey Part-Time Mathematics Teacher. Common Entrance Examinations and Scholarships. Jan. 1997 - Aug. 1998 Denmead Preparatory School, Hampton, Middlesex Head of Mathematics. Full-time Mathematics Teacher. Common Entrance Examinations and Scholarships. Sep. 1994 - Dec. 1996 Burpham Primary School, Burpham, Guildford Mathematics Co-ordinator. Mathematics Teacher to Year 6. Since our emigration to France in 2004, my wife and I have managed our own property management business, “Le Cloup Assistance Location.” We specialise in the marketing and management of rental properties and second homes, with swimming pool maintenance services. I also spent seven years (2007-2014) working for an Estate Agent here in France, as a Commercial Agent. This involved providing internet-based property marketing, selling and valuing properties, and dealing (in French) with French legal acts of sale.

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Stephen T

£40/hour

New

10 years

Approved Teacher

After spending ten years happily immersed in Mathematics teaching and private tuition back in Surrey, my wife and I chose to emigrate to South-West France back in 2004 to start a whole new life. It has been the most extraordinary adventure, and we are now fully integrated into French life and have become (almost) fluent French speakers. But I have started to miss the algebraic and numeric world - the time is now right to put on my still-fitting teacher's hat, and help students once again to achieve the best grades that they can, in the subject which has always been close to my heart. My most relevant experience as far as Mathematics tutoring and Classroom teaching is concerned is as follows: Sep. 2003 - Feb. 2004 Beaminster Secondary School, Beaminster, Dorset Part-Time Mathematics Teacher. Teaching for GCSE (including coursework) and A-Level. Sep. 2002 - Aug. 2003 Sherborne School for Girls, Sherborne, Dorset Full-Time Mathematics Teacher. Teaching for Key Stage 3 SATs, GCSE (including coursework) and A-Level. Oct. 2000 - Sep. 2002 Holyrood Community School, Chard, Somerset Full-Time Mathematics Teacher. Teaching for Key Stage 3 SATs, GCSE (including coursework) and A-Level. Oct. 1994 - Aug. 2000 Self-Employed (Steve Trinder Tutoring) Full-time home tuition to students of SATs, Common Entrance, GCSE and A-Level Mathematics (Pure, Mechanics and Statistics). Includes assistance with GCSE coursework, A-Level Statistics projects and mature students. Sep. 1998 - Aug. 2000 Parkside Preparatory School, Cobham, Surrey Part-Time Mathematics Teacher. Common Entrance Examinations and Scholarships. Jan. 1997 - Aug. 1998 Denmead Preparatory School, Hampton, Middlesex Head of Mathematics. Full-time Mathematics Teacher. Common Entrance Examinations and Scholarships. Sep. 1994 - Dec. 1996 Burpham Primary School, Burpham, Guildford Mathematics Co-ordinator. Mathematics Teacher to Year 6. Since our emigration to France in 2004, my wife and I have managed our own property management business, “Le Cloup Assistance Location.” We specialise in the marketing and management of rental properties and second homes, with swimming pool maintenance services. I also spent seven years (2007-2014) working for an Estate Agent here in France, as a Commercial Agent. This involved providing internet-based property marketing, selling and valuing properties, and dealing (in French) with French legal acts of sale.

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Lian D

£40/hour

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5 years

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I have 5 years tutoring experience of children of mixed abilities between Key Stages 1-4 in English, Maths and Science. Having tutored at most, 6 students per hour, I have developed excellent time management and organisational skills in regards to preparing and teaching tuition sessions. I am able to support my students by adapting my teaching style to their needs. For example, I often create worksheets and activities along with clear explanations of a method, topic or exam technique. This is usually followed up by practise questions and mock papers to help my students to consolidate their knowledge and get used to answering exam questions. For each lesson, my students and parents are given both written and verbal feedback on what was covered in the lesson, set homework and the student's progress. By doing this, I have helped many studens to gain top scores in their exams. In my spare time, I enjoy watching movies, playing the piano and spending time with friends.

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Lian D

£40/hour

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5 years

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I have 5 years tutoring experience of children of mixed abilities between Key Stages 1-4 in English, Maths and Science. Having tutored at most, 6 students per hour, I have developed excellent time management and organisational skills in regards to preparing and teaching tuition sessions. I am able to support my students by adapting my teaching style to their needs. For example, I often create worksheets and activities along with clear explanations of a method, topic or exam technique. This is usually followed up by practise questions and mock papers to help my students to consolidate their knowledge and get used to answering exam questions. For each lesson, my students and parents are given both written and verbal feedback on what was covered in the lesson, set homework and the student's progress. By doing this, I have helped many studens to gain top scores in their exams. In my spare time, I enjoy watching movies, playing the piano and spending time with friends.

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Marie S

£60/hour

New

23 years

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I've taught and tutored mathematics for 23 years now. In my career I have been mathematics teacher, subject leader and consultant so I have an in-depth knowledge of the school curriculum, the requirements of each of the exam boards and have a range of teaching strategies to meet the needs of all learners. I tutor students from all school year groups as well as adults. In particular I support students with 11 plus, end of Key Stage 2, entrance exams, GCSE, Functional Skills and A Level. I am familiar with the content of all exam boards. I am also happy to teach work related exam content as long as I am given the relevant information beforehand. Before working with a student I like to know about their aims, relevant learning needs and prior learning information. How I teach is decided by how my student learns. The topic to be taught is chosen by the student beforehand or by my assessing them. Typically I ask the student to explain what they know in the topic so far and help them to learn any gaps or misconceptions in learning. I then model the next step before giving them questions on the topic which become progressively harder bringing in reasoning and problem solving to ensure mastery. I like then to quiz at them end or the beginning of the next session to check understanding. I welcome questions at all times and will adapt what I am doing at any time to ensure learning is taking place. When preparing students for exams I use exam papers from the relevant exam board.

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Marie S

£60/hour

New

23 years

Approved Teacher

I've taught and tutored mathematics for 23 years now. In my career I have been mathematics teacher, subject leader and consultant so I have an in-depth knowledge of the school curriculum, the requirements of each of the exam boards and have a range of teaching strategies to meet the needs of all learners. I tutor students from all school year groups as well as adults. In particular I support students with 11 plus, end of Key Stage 2, entrance exams, GCSE, Functional Skills and A Level. I am familiar with the content of all exam boards. I am also happy to teach work related exam content as long as I am given the relevant information beforehand. Before working with a student I like to know about their aims, relevant learning needs and prior learning information. How I teach is decided by how my student learns. The topic to be taught is chosen by the student beforehand or by my assessing them. Typically I ask the student to explain what they know in the topic so far and help them to learn any gaps or misconceptions in learning. I then model the next step before giving them questions on the topic which become progressively harder bringing in reasoning and problem solving to ensure mastery. I like then to quiz at them end or the beginning of the next session to check understanding. I welcome questions at all times and will adapt what I am doing at any time to ensure learning is taking place. When preparing students for exams I use exam papers from the relevant exam board.

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Spanish is a hugely rewarding subject to study at GCSE, making it a popular choice for students studying at this level. It is the second most widely spoken language worldwide and is the official mother tongue of 21 countries around the globe. Therefore, being able to communicate in Spanish is highly impressive, both from the perspective of educators and future employers, opening up a broad spectrum of potential career opportunities. Spain is also a very culturally rich country, and through embarking upon a Spanish GCSE, students will gain a fascinating insight into Spanish society and culture.

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GCSE Spanish Course Breakdown

The GCSE Spanish Course is concerned with assessing students on their Spanish speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. Students will have to demonstrate proficiency in all these whilst also maintaining a strong level of grammar and vocabulary. Whilst syllabuses vary slightly depending on exam board, they are all split into the same four areas of focus in terms of assessments: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Students will examine various themes, such as identity and culture and local and national areas of interest, and demonstrate their knowledge of these topics in Spanish across the four assessment areas.

Listening - The listening element of the course is concerned with assessing how students understand and respond to different forms of spoken language. Students will be expected to pick out key pieces of information and deduce meaning from several spoken passages of various lengths. Students will need to demonstrate that they can identify the central message of the passages whilst also showing they can understand more complex language, including authentic material that addresses an assortment of contemporary and cultural themes.
Speaking - Throughout the course, students are expected to develop proficient speaking skills and must showcase their ability to interact with others through spoken language. Students will need to take part in a short conversation, in which they are required to respond to questions and impart their opinion about certain matters.

Students’ speaking abilities are generally assessed in a one-to-one session with the examiner. They will also need to show that they can use the Spanish language creatively whilst maintaining strong vocabulary and grammatical skills.
Reading - The reading element of the course aims to test students on their ability to understand and respond to written language. Students will need to be able to unpick a variety of different written pieces in order to identify key themes and details.

They will also be expected to demonstrate their skills through capably scanning blocks of text and picking out specific pieces of information. Assessment for this element of the course usually consists of two parts, the first section will ask students to answer questions in English and the second in Spanish.
Writing - This section asks students to show that they can communicate effectively using writing skills. They must demonstrate proficiency in writing for a variety of purposes and across a spectrum of different themes and contexts. Students will need to demonstrate strong grammar, vocabulary and syntax, ensuring that their Spanish reads fluently and coherently.

The written assessment will take the form of two tasks. The first will ask them to write about a specific topic that is related to a reading passage. The second will ask them to select from a list of three tasks, each of which requires them to demonstrate a different style of writing, for example narrative or discursive.

Benefits of Studying Spanish GCSE

Studying Spanish at GCSE has a whole host of benefits, helping students to develop critical skills that will assist both in their personal growth and in their academic development.

Skills - Students who develop proficient language skills at this vital stage of their academic career set themselves up for a successful future, whether that be within the field of languages or any other path. Being able to communicate in Spanish is a highly respected ability and is sure to make students stand out in a crowd.

Studying Spanish also provides students with an extensive range of transferable skills that will help to improve their employability whilst also helping them to develop as individuals. Predominantly, learning a language significantly develops and enhances a student’s communication skills - which are vital for success in the workplace. The Spanish GCSE curriculum also fosters other key skills such as research methods, organisational and time management skills, problem-solving and teamwork.

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Stephen T

£40/hour

New

10 years

Approved Teacher

After spending ten years happily immersed in Mathematics teaching and private tuition back in Surrey, my wife and I chose to emigrate to South-West France back in 2004 to start a whole new life. It has been the most extraordinary adventure, and we are now fully integrated into French life and have become (almost) fluent French speakers. But I have started to miss the algebraic and numeric world - the time is now right to put on my still-fitting teacher's hat, and help students once again to achieve the best grades that they can, in the subject which has always been close to my heart. My most relevant experience as far as Mathematics tutoring and Classroom teaching is concerned is as follows: Sep. 2003 - Feb. 2004 Beaminster Secondary School, Beaminster, Dorset Part-Time Mathematics Teacher. Teaching for GCSE (including coursework) and A-Level. Sep. 2002 - Aug. 2003 Sherborne School for Girls, Sherborne, Dorset Full-Time Mathematics Teacher. Teaching for Key Stage 3 SATs, GCSE (including coursework) and A-Level. Oct. 2000 - Sep. 2002 Holyrood Community School, Chard, Somerset Full-Time Mathematics Teacher. Teaching for Key Stage 3 SATs, GCSE (including coursework) and A-Level. Oct. 1994 - Aug. 2000 Self-Employed (Steve Trinder Tutoring) Full-time home tuition to students of SATs, Common Entrance, GCSE and A-Level Mathematics (Pure, Mechanics and Statistics). Includes assistance with GCSE coursework, A-Level Statistics projects and mature students. Sep. 1998 - Aug. 2000 Parkside Preparatory School, Cobham, Surrey Part-Time Mathematics Teacher. Common Entrance Examinations and Scholarships. Jan. 1997 - Aug. 1998 Denmead Preparatory School, Hampton, Middlesex Head of Mathematics. Full-time Mathematics Teacher. Common Entrance Examinations and Scholarships. Sep. 1994 - Dec. 1996 Burpham Primary School, Burpham, Guildford Mathematics Co-ordinator. Mathematics Teacher to Year 6. Since our emigration to France in 2004, my wife and I have managed our own property management business, “Le Cloup Assistance Location.” We specialise in the marketing and management of rental properties and second homes, with swimming pool maintenance services. I also spent seven years (2007-2014) working for an Estate Agent here in France, as a Commercial Agent. This involved providing internet-based property marketing, selling and valuing properties, and dealing (in French) with French legal acts of sale.

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Stephen T

£40/hour

New

10 years

Approved Teacher

After spending ten years happily immersed in Mathematics teaching and private tuition back in Surrey, my wife and I chose to emigrate to South-West France back in 2004 to start a whole new life. It has been the most extraordinary adventure, and we are now fully integrated into French life and have become (almost) fluent French speakers. But I have started to miss the algebraic and numeric world - the time is now right to put on my still-fitting teacher's hat, and help students once again to achieve the best grades that they can, in the subject which has always been close to my heart. My most relevant experience as far as Mathematics tutoring and Classroom teaching is concerned is as follows: Sep. 2003 - Feb. 2004 Beaminster Secondary School, Beaminster, Dorset Part-Time Mathematics Teacher. Teaching for GCSE (including coursework) and A-Level. Sep. 2002 - Aug. 2003 Sherborne School for Girls, Sherborne, Dorset Full-Time Mathematics Teacher. Teaching for Key Stage 3 SATs, GCSE (including coursework) and A-Level. Oct. 2000 - Sep. 2002 Holyrood Community School, Chard, Somerset Full-Time Mathematics Teacher. Teaching for Key Stage 3 SATs, GCSE (including coursework) and A-Level. Oct. 1994 - Aug. 2000 Self-Employed (Steve Trinder Tutoring) Full-time home tuition to students of SATs, Common Entrance, GCSE and A-Level Mathematics (Pure, Mechanics and Statistics). Includes assistance with GCSE coursework, A-Level Statistics projects and mature students. Sep. 1998 - Aug. 2000 Parkside Preparatory School, Cobham, Surrey Part-Time Mathematics Teacher. Common Entrance Examinations and Scholarships. Jan. 1997 - Aug. 1998 Denmead Preparatory School, Hampton, Middlesex Head of Mathematics. Full-time Mathematics Teacher. Common Entrance Examinations and Scholarships. Sep. 1994 - Dec. 1996 Burpham Primary School, Burpham, Guildford Mathematics Co-ordinator. Mathematics Teacher to Year 6. Since our emigration to France in 2004, my wife and I have managed our own property management business, “Le Cloup Assistance Location.” We specialise in the marketing and management of rental properties and second homes, with swimming pool maintenance services. I also spent seven years (2007-2014) working for an Estate Agent here in France, as a Commercial Agent. This involved providing internet-based property marketing, selling and valuing properties, and dealing (in French) with French legal acts of sale.

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Lian D

£40/hour

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5 years

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I have 5 years tutoring experience of children of mixed abilities between Key Stages 1-4 in English, Maths and Science. Having tutored at most, 6 students per hour, I have developed excellent time management and organisational skills in regards to preparing and teaching tuition sessions. I am able to support my students by adapting my teaching style to their needs. For example, I often create worksheets and activities along with clear explanations of a method, topic or exam technique. This is usually followed up by practise questions and mock papers to help my students to consolidate their knowledge and get used to answering exam questions. For each lesson, my students and parents are given both written and verbal feedback on what was covered in the lesson, set homework and the student's progress. By doing this, I have helped many studens to gain top scores in their exams. In my spare time, I enjoy watching movies, playing the piano and spending time with friends.

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Lian D

£40/hour

New

5 years

Approved Teacher

I have 5 years tutoring experience of children of mixed abilities between Key Stages 1-4 in English, Maths and Science. Having tutored at most, 6 students per hour, I have developed excellent time management and organisational skills in regards to preparing and teaching tuition sessions. I am able to support my students by adapting my teaching style to their needs. For example, I often create worksheets and activities along with clear explanations of a method, topic or exam technique. This is usually followed up by practise questions and mock papers to help my students to consolidate their knowledge and get used to answering exam questions. For each lesson, my students and parents are given both written and verbal feedback on what was covered in the lesson, set homework and the student's progress. By doing this, I have helped many studens to gain top scores in their exams. In my spare time, I enjoy watching movies, playing the piano and spending time with friends.

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Marie S

£60/hour

New

23 years

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I've taught and tutored mathematics for 23 years now. In my career I have been mathematics teacher, subject leader and consultant so I have an in-depth knowledge of the school curriculum, the requirements of each of the exam boards and have a range of teaching strategies to meet the needs of all learners. I tutor students from all school year groups as well as adults. In particular I support students with 11 plus, end of Key Stage 2, entrance exams, GCSE, Functional Skills and A Level. I am familiar with the content of all exam boards. I am also happy to teach work related exam content as long as I am given the relevant information beforehand. Before working with a student I like to know about their aims, relevant learning needs and prior learning information. How I teach is decided by how my student learns. The topic to be taught is chosen by the student beforehand or by my assessing them. Typically I ask the student to explain what they know in the topic so far and help them to learn any gaps or misconceptions in learning. I then model the next step before giving them questions on the topic which become progressively harder bringing in reasoning and problem solving to ensure mastery. I like then to quiz at them end or the beginning of the next session to check understanding. I welcome questions at all times and will adapt what I am doing at any time to ensure learning is taking place. When preparing students for exams I use exam papers from the relevant exam board.

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Marie S

£60/hour

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GCSE Spanish Tuition

Spanish is a hugely rewarding subject to study at GCSE, making it a popular choice for students studying at this level. It is the second most widely spoken language worldwide and is the official mother tongue of 21 countries around the globe. Therefore, being able to communicate in Spanish is highly impressive, both from the perspective of educators and future employers, opening up a broad spectrum of potential career opportunities. Spain is also a very culturally rich country, and through embarking upon a Spanish GCSE, students will gain a fascinating insight into Spanish society and culture.

Whilst Spanish is both an engaging and fulfilling subject to study, the syllabus is demanding and many students struggle to fully grasp all the elements of the course. A GCSE Spanish tutor can ensure that every student gets the most out of their Spanish GCSE course through providing them with the support, guidance and knowledge that they need in order to achieve the grades that they deserve at this crucial stage of their academic journey.  

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GCSE Spanish Course Breakdown

The GCSE Spanish Course is concerned with assessing students on their Spanish speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. Students will have to demonstrate proficiency in all these whilst also maintaining a strong level of grammar and vocabulary. Whilst syllabuses vary slightly depending on exam board, they are all split into the same four areas of focus in terms of assessments: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Students will examine various themes, such as identity and culture and local and national areas of interest, and demonstrate their knowledge of these topics in Spanish across the four assessment areas.

Listening - The listening element of the course is concerned with assessing how students understand and respond to different forms of spoken language. Students will be expected to pick out key pieces of information and deduce meaning from several spoken passages of various lengths. Students will need to demonstrate that they can identify the central message of the passages whilst also showing they can understand more complex language, including authentic material that addresses an assortment of contemporary and cultural themes.
Speaking - Throughout the course, students are expected to develop proficient speaking skills and must showcase their ability to interact with others through spoken language. Students will need to take part in a short conversation, in which they are required to respond to questions and impart their opinion about certain matters.

Students’ speaking abilities are generally assessed in a one-to-one session with the examiner. They will also need to show that they can use the Spanish language creatively whilst maintaining strong vocabulary and grammatical skills.
Reading - The reading element of the course aims to test students on their ability to understand and respond to written language. Students will need to be able to unpick a variety of different written pieces in order to identify key themes and details.

They will also be expected to demonstrate their skills through capably scanning blocks of text and picking out specific pieces of information. Assessment for this element of the course usually consists of two parts, the first section will ask students to answer questions in English and the second in Spanish.
Writing - This section asks students to show that they can communicate effectively using writing skills. They must demonstrate proficiency in writing for a variety of purposes and across a spectrum of different themes and contexts. Students will need to demonstrate strong grammar, vocabulary and syntax, ensuring that their Spanish reads fluently and coherently.

The written assessment will take the form of two tasks. The first will ask them to write about a specific topic that is related to a reading passage. The second will ask them to select from a list of three tasks, each of which requires them to demonstrate a different style of writing, for example narrative or discursive.

Benefits of Studying Spanish GCSE

Studying Spanish at GCSE has a whole host of benefits, helping students to develop critical skills that will assist both in their personal growth and in their academic development.

Listening - The listening element of the course is concerned with assessing how students understand and respond to different forms of spoken language. Students will be expected to pick out key pieces of information and deduce meaning from several spoken passages of various lengths. Students will need to demonstrate that they can identify the central message of the passages whilst also showing they can understand more complex language, including authentic material that addresses an assortment of contemporary and cultural themes.
Speaking - Throughout the course, students are expected to develop proficient speaking skills and must showcase their ability to interact with others through spoken language. Students will need to take part in a short conversation, in which they are required to respond to questions and impart their opinion about certain matters.

Students’ speaking abilities are generally assessed in a one-to-one session with the examiner. They will also need to show that they can use the Spanish language creatively whilst maintaining strong vocabulary and grammatical skills.
Reading - The reading element of the course aims to test students on their ability to understand and respond to written language. Students will need to be able to unpick a variety of different written pieces in order to identify key themes and details.

They will also be expected to demonstrate their skills through capably scanning blocks of text and picking out specific pieces of information. Assessment for this element of the course usually consists of two parts, the first section will ask students to answer questions in English and the second in Spanish.
Writing - This section asks students to show that they can communicate effectively using writing skills. They must demonstrate proficiency in writing for a variety of purposes and across a spectrum of different themes and contexts. Students will need to demonstrate strong grammar, vocabulary and syntax, ensuring that their Spanish reads fluently and coherently.

The written assessment will take the form of two tasks. The first will ask them to write about a specific topic that is related to a reading passage. The second will ask them to select from a list of three tasks, each of which requires them to demonstrate a different style of writing, for example narrative or discursive.

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