Languages

French 2 Unit

French language study provides a powerful context within which to develop general competencies considered essential for the acquisition of effective, higher-order thinking skills necessary for further education, work and everyday life. The ability to communicate in French may, in conjunction with other skills, provide students with enhanced vocational opportunities in many areas such as trade, tourism, banking, technology and education. The study of French will involve the student in using the skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing, and being able to move between French and English.

This College offers two Courses in French:

• French Continuers Level

• French Beginners Level

 

German Beginners 2 Unit

German language study provides a powerful context within which to develop general competencies considered essential for the acquisition of effective, higher-order thinking skills necessary for further education, work and everyday life. The ability to communicate in German may, in conjunction with other skills, provide students with enhanced vocational opportunities in many areas such as trade, tourism, banking, technology and education.

For Whom is the Subject Intended?

This Course is for senior secondary students who have little or no previous knowledge of German. It is for students who have not studied German in Stage 5. If a student has studied German for more than 100 hours in Stages 4/5 they are ineligible.

The German Beginners Level Course is a 2 Unit Course. Students who complete this Course for the HSC may be admitted to the second year of German at University.

Pre-Requisites

An interest in the language and culture of Germany.

 

Japanese Beginners 2 Unit

Japanese language study provides a powerful context within which to develop general competencies considered essential for the acquisition of effective, higher-order thinking skills necessary for further education, work and everyday life. The ability to communicate in Japanese may, in conjunction with other skills, provide students with enhanced vocational opportunities in many areas such as trade, tourism, banking, technology and education.

For Whom is the Subject Intended?

This Course is for senior secondary students who have little or no previous knowledge of Japanese. It is for students who have NOT studied Japanese in Stage 5. If students have studied Japanese for more than 100 hours in Stages 4/5 they are ineligible.

The Japanese Beginners Level Course is a 2 Unit Course. Students who complete this Course for the HSC may be admitted to the second year of Japanese at University.

Pre-Requisites

An interest in the language and culture of Japan