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    International GCSE German

    Course Information

    As well as refreshing your knowledge of the core basics – including greetings and introductions – students that challenge themselves with our International GCSE German course will also develop a clear understanding of how the language is structured.

    This will then allow them to fully understand its unique quirks and grammar, rather than a simple list of memorised phrases and sayings.

    Students will also be encouraged to develop their speaking and listening skills, giving them the confidence they need to test out their conversational abilities for real.

    Module One: About Me

    • Who’s at Home?
    • Appearance and Personality
    • Greetings
    • Family Life
    • Nationalities, Countries and Jobs
    • Hobbies
    • Joining Clubs

    Module Two: Day to Day Life

    • The Weather and the Seasons
    • The Domestic Environment
    • House and Home
    • Towns and Regions
    • Daily Routine
    • Mealtimes
    • School and Future Plans

    Module Three: Holidays and Travel

    • Travel, Transport, Finding the Way
    • Holiday Time and Travel
    • Buying Tickets
    • Tourism
    • Talking about Holidays
    • Accommodation
    • Holiday Activities
    • Keeping in Touch
    • Lost Property

    Module Four: Modern Life

    • Emergency Services
    • Domestic Chores
    • Healthy Living
    • Part-Time Jobs
    • Volunteering and Work Experience
    • Entertainments
    • Shopping
    • The Environment
    • General Revision and Conclusion

    Module Five: Speaking and Listening Skills

    • Listening and Speaking Basics
    • Everyday Transactions
    • Tourist Situations
    • Narration and Giving Information
    • Practice Oral Examination

    Oxford Home Schooling’s International GCSE German course is designed to prepare students for the Edexcel International GCSE in German(4GN1) for examination from 2025 onwards.

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    Online Course? Paper Based? Somewhere in between? It’s your choice!

    All of our International GCSE German students receive:

    • Traditional printed learning materials
    • Access to our online resources with on-the-go access to all your regular lessons
    • Unmatched support by a fully qualified teacher online and by phone
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    Examinations and Assessment

    The International GCSE German is assessed in three examinations.

    Paper 1 – Listening: This paper lasts for 30 minutes, plus 5 minutes reading time. It contributes 25% to the final mark

    Paper 2 – Reading and Writing: This paper lasts for 1 hour and 45 minutes. It contributes 50% to the final mark.

    Paper 3 – Speaking: This assessment lasts 8-10 minutes. The student is expected to converse in German on a prepared topic. Paper 3 contributes 25% to the final mark.

    Course duration and study time

    When you enrol with Oxford Home Schooling we will agree on an intended examination date with you. Your support will last all the way up to this examination date, regardless of whether you decide to do the course in 9 months or 30.

    The recommended study time for this course is 200 hours.

    Course price

    Our German IGCSE course fee is £445.

    You may pay using our interest-free easy payment scheme. Pay a £89 deposit followed by eight monthly instalments of £44.50.

    Multiple courses attract a discount. See our pricing page for further details.

    You will receive support from a fully-qualified tutor holding either a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) or a degree in education.

    This support includes:

    • Marking all assignments for the course
    • Written answers to specific study problems
    • Telephone contact

    When you begin this course, you will agree an examination date or dates with your Student Adviser. Your support period lasts up to this examination date.

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    What’s next?

    Once they have obtained their International GCSE German, many students choose to continue studying the language at A level. Others may be able to develop their skills by spending some time in a German speaking country. Whatever you do, having an International GCSE in German will undoubtedly prove to be an asset.


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