Year 11 Course Booklet

Languages

At Year 11, languages are optional. If you wish to take NCEA Level 2, you should select both Language 3 and Language 4. Youmay choose to carry on with Language 3 only for enjoyment.

Prep courses

Japanese Language 4 Students must have completed Japanese Language 3. This course introduces and practises important language for those wishing to gain a national qualification in this subject. Topics include travelling, accommodation, health and school life. Film study also continues. This course is also very useful for travel.

French Language 3 Students must have completed Year 10 French. By the end of the course, students will be able to speak and write in a more flexible way and have developed a wider vocabulary. Topics include shopping, eating out, my style and making plans for social events. Film study also continues. This course is useful for travel.

Prerequisite for: Level 2 Japanese.

Prerequisite for: French Language 4. Level 2 French.

Te Reo 3 Students must have completed Year 10 Te Reo. By the end of the course, students will be able to speak and write in a more flexible way and have developed a wider vocabulary. Topics include food, social events, school and land.

French Language 4 Students must have completed French Language 3. This course introduces and practises important language for those wishing to gain a national qualification in this subject. Topics include making plans, going on holiday, visiting a chemist or doctor overseas and finding your way around foreign places. Film study also continues. This course is also very useful for travel.

Prerequisite for: Te Reo 4. Level 2 Te Reo.

Te Reo Language 4 Students must have completed Te Reo 3. This course introduces and practises important language for those wishing to gain a national qualification in this subject. Topics include health and wellbeing, town and exploring media.

Prerequisite for: Level 2 French.

Japanese Language 3 Students must have completed Year 10 Japanese. By the end of the course, students will be able to speak and write in a more flexible way and have developed a wider range of vocabulary, including kanji. Topics include town and directions, daily routines, shopping, leisure and weather. Film study also continues. This course is very useful for travel. Prerequisite for: Japanese Language 4. Level 2 Japanese

Prerequisite for: Level 2 Te Reo.

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