Spanish Advanced Higher (SCP)
OL - Open Learning/Cross Campus
Qualification SCQF Level 7
Duration 41 weeks
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This course is for S6 pupils who are still at school. It is free and open to all S6 school pupils across Scotland.
This course will continue your development and knowledge of Spanish through increased exposure time to the language. This will give you the opportunity to acquire greater fluency, flexibility, accuracy and confidence. Advanced Higher language courses enable you to read, listen, talk and write in a modern language. You will apply advanced language skills in translation, understand a range of contexts, and read complex literary/media texts.
Schools can contact Caroline Cordier, Curriculum Leader for Modern Languages, for further information about our delivery model.
email - Caroline.Cordier@edinburghcollege.ac.uk
What you will learn
- consolidate and develop the skills of reading, listening, writing and speaking within the 4 contexts of society, learning, employability and culture
- translation skills
- essay-writing skills and analytical skills
How the course is assessed
- Final exam: Pupils sitting SQA exams will be required to sit at school. Prelims can also be hosted at school.
Number of days per week
- Tuesday and/or Thursday afternoon, digital classroom (using Microsoft Teams).
- Open learning - Moodle self-study and scheduled Teams calls, possible access to digital classrooms if compatible with the timetable
- Minimum B passes in Higher Spanish. (C pass may be considered subject to interview)
- Applicants will be required to attend course induction sessions. You will be notified in advance of the details
English Proficiency RequirementsIELTS 5.5
Progression and Articulation Routes
- Various University Modern Language degrees
|Campus||Study mode||Start date||Duration|
|Sighthill Campus||Part time||30/08/22||41 Weeks|
|OL - Open Learning/Cross Campus||Open learning||30/08/22||41 Weeks|
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