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French A Level Course

Distance Learning Centre
Online Part time 700 hours Open Enrollment United Kingdom UK Online

The French A Level Course continues from the content covered at GCSE Level and is aimed at promoting the acquisition of four essential skills: listening to, speaking, reading and writing the French language. This A Level Course covers the new linear specification aiming for exams in May/June 2018 or later years. [+]

Top A-levels Online. The French A Level Course continues from the content covered at GCSE Level and is aimed at promoting the acquisition of four essential skills: listening to, speaking, reading and writing the French language. This A Level Course covers the new linear specification aiming for exams in May/June 2018 or later years. The course covers the following 8 units: Unit 1: L’évolution de la société française Unit 2: La culture politique et artistique dans le monde français Unit 3: Literature choice: Albert Camus: L’étranger Unit 4: AS Listening, Reading and Translation Unit 5: L’lmmigration et la societé multiculturelle française Unit 6: L’Occupation et la Résistance Unit 7: Literature choice: Jean-Paul Sartre: Les mains sales Unit 8: Preparing for the A-level Examinations Each lesson begins with a set of clearly stated objectives and an explanation of its place in the overall programme of study. Effective learning is encouraged through frequent activities and self-assessment questions. There are 17 Tutor-Marked Assignments (known as TMAs). This course prepares students as private candidates so they can book their exams at a suitable exam centre on completion of their studies. Practical Skills/Coursework There is no Coursework with this syllabus. Prerequisites We will admit Candidates for A Level Courses who have a minimum of 4 GCSEs at grade C and above. This should include French GCSE at grade C or above. [-]

A Level Sociology Course

UK Open College
Online Part time 700 hours Open Enrollment United Kingdom UK Online

This distance learning course has been designed so that candidates will acquire the essential knowledge and understanding of central aspects of sociological thought and methods, together with the application of a range of skills. [+]

This distance learning course has been designed so that candidates will acquire the essential knowledge and understanding of central aspects of sociological thought and methods, together with the application of a range of skills. It has also been designed to allow the integration of sociological themes, such as socialisation, culture and identity, and social differentiation, power and stratification. This specification is designed to offer candidates the opportunity of developing the essential knowledge and understanding of central aspects of sociological thought and methods. It is designed to encourage candidates to demonstrate the application of a range of skills and consider the integration of sociological themes: Socialisation, culture and identity Social differentiation, power and stratification Qualification: A Level Sociology (7192) Accredited: Yes QCF Recognised: Yes Awarding Body: AQA Start Date: Anytime - We enrol 365 days a year Duration: Flexible - Approx 700 Hours - 2 years support UCAS Points: Dependant on Grades Integral elements All the following must be an integral part of the study of each topic area: Sociological theories, perspectives and methods The design of the research used to obtain data under consideration, including its strengths and limitations Attention must be given to drawing out the links between topic areas studied Core themes Students must study the following two core themes: Socialisation, culture and identity Social differentiation, power and stratification The themes should be understood and applied to particular substantive areas of Sociology. These themes are to be interpreted broadly as threads running through many areas of social life... [-]

A Level Religious Studies Course

UK Open College
Online Part time 700 hours Open Enrollment United Kingdom UK Online

This new Specification Religious Studies A Level course offers an academic approach to the study of religion and is accessible to candidates of any religious persuasion or none. This A Level Religious Studies course encourages students to develop their interest in, and enthusiasm for a rigorous study of religion and its relation to the wider world. [+]

Top A-levels Online. This new Specification Religious Studies A Level course offers an academic approach to the study of religion and is accessible to candidates of any religious persuasion or none. This A Level Religious Studies course encourages students to develop their interest in, and enthusiasm for a rigorous study of religion and its relation to the wider world. Treat the subject as an academic discipline by developing knowledge, understanding and skills appropriate to a specialist study of religion. Adopt an enquiring, critical and reflective approach to the study of religion and Reflect on and develop their own values, opinions and attitudes in the light of their learning. Qualification: A Level Religous Studies Accredited: Yes QCF Recognised: Yes Awarding Body: AQA Start Date: Anytime - We enrol 365 days a year Duration: Flexible - Approx 700 Hours - 2 Years Syllabus First Component Section A: The philosophy of religion consisting of: Arguments for the existence of God Evil and suffering Religious experience. Religious language Miracles Self and life after death Section B: Ethics and religion Ethical theories Issues of human life and death Issues of animal life and death Introduction to meta-ethics Free will and moral responsibility Conscience Bentham and Kant Second Component Section A: Study of religion The sources of wisdom and authority God and ultimate reality Self, death and the afterlife Good conduct and key moral principles Expressions of religious identity Religion, gender and sexuality Religion and science Religion and secularisation Religion and religious pluralism Section B: The... [-]

A Level Physics Course

UK Open College
Online Part time 700 hours Open Enrollment United Kingdom UK Online

Completed from home at your own pace from anywhere in the world. Students can enrol anytime 365 days a year and once registered can be studying within days. No set term times and no enrolment dates. [+]

Completed from home at your own pace from anywhere in the world. Students can enrol anytime 365 days a year and once registered can be studying within days. No set term times and no enrolment dates. For those students with aspirations of moving into further education in the near future then an A level course provides the ideal platform to build from. Acknowledged and recognised worldwide an A level in any subject on your CV speaks volumes. This Physics A specification provides a seamless transition to A Level from previous studies and develops students’ interest and enthusiasm for physics. The specification provides a wide range of opportunities to develop How Science Works by linking the general criteria on the nature of science to specific topics throughout the specification. Qualification: A Level Physics Accredited: Yes QCF Recognised: Yes Awarding Body: AQA Start Date: Anytime - We enrol 365 days a year Duration: Flexible - Approx 700 Hours - 2 years support UCAS Points: Dependant on Grades Compulsory Content Topic 1: Measurements and their errors Topic 2: Particles and radiation Topic 3: Waves Topic 4: Mechanics and materials Topic 5: Electricity Topic 6: Further mechanics and thermal physics Topic 7: Fields and their consequences Topic 8: Nuclear physics Optional Content Topic 9: Astrophysics Topic 10: Medical physics Topic 11: Engineering physics Topic 12: Turing points in physics Topic 13: Electronics Pre-requisites Students are recommended to posses the ability to read and write english to GCSE standards and be over 16 years of... [-]

A Level Philosophy Course

UK Open College
Online Part time 700 hours Open Enrollment United Kingdom UK Online

This distance learning course has been designed to enable students to gain a thorough grounding in key philosophical concepts, themes, texts and techniques. Students will develop a range of transferable skills which can be applied far beyond the study of Philosophy. [+]

Top A-levels Online. This distance learning course has been designed to enable students to gain a thorough grounding in key philosophical concepts, themes, texts and techniques. Students will develop a range of transferable skills which can be applied far beyond the study of Philosophy. At AS level, the course concentrates on a number of key philosophical themes, intended to provide students with a broad introduction to Philosophy. At A2, students will specialise further, selecting two themes to study in depth and focusing on philosophical problems through the study of a key text. Qualification: A Level Philosophy Accredited: Yes QCF Recognised: Yes Awarding Body: AQA Start Date: Anytime - We enrol 365 days a year Duration: Flexible - Approx 700 Hours - 24 Months Max Support UCAS Points: Dependant on Grades Syllabus AS Level Section A: Epistemology Perception: What are the immedate objects of perception? The definition of knowledge: What is propositional knowledge? The origin of concepts and the nature of knowledge: Where do ideas/concepts come from? Section B: The Philosophy of Religion The Concept of God Arguments relationg to the exstence of God Religious Language A2 Level Section A: Ethics Ethical theories: How do we decide what it is morally right to do? Utilitarianism Kantian deontological ethics Aristotle's virtue ethics Ethical Language: What is the status of ethical language? Cognitivism Non-cognitivism Section B: Philosophy of Mind The mind-body problem: What is the relationship between the mental and the physical? Dualism Materialism Logical/analytical behaviourism Mind-brain type identity theory Eliminative materialism Pre-requisites... [-]

A Level Statistical Mathematics Course

UK Open College
Online Part time 700 hours Open Enrollment United Kingdom UK Online

This distance learning A level Maths course builds on work covered in GCSE Maths at Higher Level, so you need to be familiar with all the mathematics at this level, and your skills should be at least up to GCSE Grade B standard. [+]

This distance learning A level Maths course builds on work covered in GCSE Maths at Higher Level, so you need to be familiar with all the mathematics at this level, and your skills should be at least up to GCSE Grade B standard. If you have not studied maths for some time, it would be advisable to brush up your skills by revising some of the Higher Level GCSE topics. One way to do this is on the BBC website "GCSE Bitesize" which provides an interactive revision programme. This course is designed for students working at home. The topics are presented in small "chunks" with worked examples followed by activities for the student. Revision tests are provided after every three or four sections, and there is a Test Paper at the end of each module, which is a mock exam, so you should revise the content of the module before you do the Test Paper. You will need a graphics calculator, but you will also need to be skilled in manipulating numbers without using a calculator. In particular, no calculator is allowed in the exam for the first module, and the work in this module is built around working out answers without a calculator. Qualification: A Level Mathematics (Statistics) Accredited: Yes QCF Recognised: Yes Awarding Body: AQA Start Date: Anytime - We enrol 365 days a year Duration: Flexible - Approx 700 Hours - 2 years support UCAS Points: Dependant on Grades Syllabus Unit 1: MPC1 Core 1 Co-ordinate Geometry... [-]

A Level Pure Mathematics Course

UK Open College
Online Part time 700 hours Open Enrollment United Kingdom UK Online

This A level Pure Mathematics course is designed for students working at home. The topics are presented in small "chunks" with worked examples followed by activities for the student. Revision tests are provided after every three or four sections, and there is a Test Paper at the end of each module, which is a mock exam, so you should revise the content of the module before you do the Test Paper. [+]

Top A-levels Online. This A level Pure Mathematics course is designed for students working at home. The topics are presented in small "chunks" with worked examples followed by activities for the student. Revision tests are provided after every three or four sections, and there is a Test Paper at the end of each module, which is a mock exam, so you should revise the content of the module before you do the Test Paper. You will need a graphics calculator, but you will also need to be skilled in manipulating numbers without using a calculator. In particular, no calculator is allowed in the exam for the first module, and the work in this module is built around working out answers without a calculator. Qualification: A Level Mathematics - Pure Accredited: Yes QCF Recognised: Yes Awarding Body: AQA Start Date: Anytime - We enrol 365 days a year Duration: Flexible - Approx 700 Hours - 2 years support UCAS Points: Dependant on Grades Syllabus AS Level Unit MCP1 – Pure Core 1 - Algebra - Quadratic functions - Differentiation - Integration Unit MCP2 – Pure Core 2 - Algebra and Functions - Sequences and Series - Trigonometry - Exponentials and logarithms - Differentiation - Integration Unit MFP1 – Further Pure 1 - Algebra and Graphs - Complex Numbers - Roots and Coefficients of a quadratic equation - Series - Calculus - Numerical Methods - Trigonometry - Matrices and Transformations A2 Level Unit MCP3 – Pure Core 3 - Algebra and Functions... [-]

A Level Government and Politics Course

UK Open College
Online Part time 700 hours Open Enrollment United Kingdom UK Online

Politics shapes our lives – what we can do, the type of society we live in, the chances we have to succeed. This course is for people who want to understand more about how politics and government actually work. [+]

Politics shapes our lives – what we can do, the type of society we live in, the chances we have to succeed. This course is for people who want to understand more about how politics and government actually work. You will learn about the grand ideas and vibrant movements that are transforming the world around us, and also see how seemingly arcane customs and obscure committees hold enormous power. In summary, this course explains ‘the rules’ of how politics works and looks at how people and politicians operate within – and bend – these rules. Both sections are examined in two ninety-minute written exams. To excel, you will need to put aside any preconceptions about politics and keep your eyes open to the world around you – the things you’ll learn about in this course are happening all around you, every day. Qualification: A Level Government & Politics Accredited: Yes QCF Recognised: Yes Awarding Body: AQA Start Date: Anytime - We enrol 365 days a year Duration: Flexible - Approx 700 Hours - 2 years support UCAS Points: Dependant on Grades Syllabus Unit 1: People, Politics and Participation This unit focuses on the theme of political behaviour in the UK. It explores how people's different patterns of participation can be explained and the forms of participation in a democracy. The importance of voting behaviour, the influence of electoral systems in communicating political opinion and the controversies surrounding the use of referendums are crucial topics for analysis. The principal institutions through... [-]

A Level Classical Civilisation Course

UK Open College
Online Part time 700 hours Open Enrollment United Kingdom UK Online

The study of classical civilisation is understandably a wide ranging and far-reaching one encompassing a variety of subjects; history, literature, linguistics, numismatics, epigraphy, archaeology, art, architecture and philosophy. [+]

Top A-levels Online. The study of classical civilisation is understandably a wide ranging and far-reaching one encompassing a variety of subjects; history, literature, linguistics, numismatics, epigraphy, archaeology, art, architecture and philosophy. Classical civilisation is the term applied to the civilisations of Greece and Rome. In terms of a time scale, Classical Greece is usually considered to be the 5th and 4th centuries, specifically the period between the end of the Persian Wars to the death of Alexander the Great: 479-323 BC. The Roman period is more difficult to pin down to specific dates. Most universities will start with the beginnings of Roman expansion into Italy in the early 5th century and run to Alaric’s sack of Rome in 410 AD. This course is designed to allow you to study at your own pace and is designed to develop an interest and understanding of Classical Civilisation. The Aims of the Course Develop an interest in, and enthusiasm for, the classical world. Acquire, through a range of appropriate sources, knowledge and understanding of selected aspects of classical civilization. Develop awareness of the continuing influence of the classical world on later times and of the similarities and differences between the classical world and later times. Develop and apply analytical and evaluative skills at an appropriate level. Make an informed, personal response to the material studied Qualification: A Level Classical Civilisation Accredited: Yes QCF Recognised: Yes Awarding Body: OCR Start Date: Anytime - We enrol 365 days a year Duration: Flexible - Approx 700... [-]

A Level Citizenship Course

UK Open College
Online Part time 700 hours Open Enrollment United Kingdom UK Online

The concept of citizenship suggests an individual that is fully aware of their rights and responsibilities and who will play a co-operative, active and fulfilling role within the society in which they live. [+]

The concept of citizenship suggests an individual that is fully aware of their rights and responsibilities and who will play a co-operative, active and fulfilling role within the society in which they live. Citizens are expected to obey the laws and customs of where they live and to participate in civic society, either at the basic level of voting in elections or by more significant levels of civic and political involvement. This specification is designed to encourage candidates to: Communicate different views, ideas and perspectives Select, analyse and evaluate information in order to construct reasoned and coherent arguments Plan, make decisions, and advocate on citizenship issues Work with others, make decisions, propose alternative solutions and form conclusions Qualification: A Level Citizenship Accredited: Yes QCF Recognised: Yes Awarding Body: AQA Start Date: Anytime - We enrol 365 days a year Duration: Flexible - Approx 700 Hours - 2 years support UCAS Points: Dependant on Grades Syllabus Unit 1: CIST1 Identity, Rights and Responsibilities What is a Citizen? What does it mean to be British? Are we all equal citizens? What are my rights and responsibilities? How are my rights protected and supported? Unit 2: CIST2 Democracy, Active Citizenship and Participation Who can make a difference? How can I make a difference? Active citizenship skills and participation Unit 3: CIST3 Power and Justice What is crime? What is Justice? Who speaks on our behalf? How is the UK governed? Unit 4: CIST4 Global Issues and Making a Difference Universal human rights Global... [-]

A Level Chemistry Course

UK Open College
Online Part time 700 hours Open Enrollment United Kingdom UK Online

This course covers the brand new spec introduced in september 2015. Chemistry is concerned with the science of matter, particularly its structure, properties and reactions. Chemistry is of central importance to the sciences as a whole as the chemical reactions that it governs are fundamental to all of science. [+]

Top A-levels Online. This course covers the brand new spec introduced in september 2015. Chemistry is concerned with the science of matter, particularly its structure, properties and reactions. Chemistry is of central importance to the sciences as a whole as the chemical reactions that it governs are fundamental to all of science. This A Level chemistry course contains all the information you will need to pass the A-Level Chemistry exams. You will have a personal tutor for the entirety of this course, who will be more than happy to aid you in completing this course, and will be available to mark all the end of unit assessments. This specification is designed to encourage candidates to: Gain data analysis skills Appreciate how science works and its relevance beyond the laboratory Develop an enthusiasm for Chemistry Study Chemistry in a contemporary context Qualification: A Level Chemistry (7405) Accredited: Yes QCF Recognised: Yes Awarding Body: AQA Start Date: Anytime - We enrol 365 days a year Duration: Flexible - Approx 700 Hours - 2 Years Support UCAS Points: Dependant on Grades Syllabus Topic 1: Physical Chemistry Atomic structure Amount of substance Bonding Energetics Kinetics Chemical equilibria, Le Chatelier’s principle and Kc ATP Oxidation, reduction and redox equations Thermodynamics Rate equations Equilibrium constant Kp for homogeneous systems Electrode potentials and electromechanical cells Acids and bases Topic 2: Inorganic Chemistry Periodicity Group 2, the alkaline earth metals The Halogens Properties of Period 3 elements and their oxides Transition metals Reactions of the ions in aqueous... [-]

A Level Biology Course

UK Open College
Online Part time 700 hours Open Enrollment United Kingdom UK Online

This course covers the brand new spec introduced in september 2015. Biology is the natural science concerned with the study of life and living organisms, including their structure, function, growth, origin, evolution, distribution, and taxonomy. [+]

This course covers the brand new spec introduced in september 2015. Biology is the natural science concerned with the study of life and living organisms, including their structure, function, growth, origin, evolution, distribution, and taxonomy. This distance learning Biology A Level course contains all the information you will need to pass the A-Level biology exam. You will have a personal tutor for the entirety of this course, who will be more than happy to aid you in completing this course, and will be available to mark all the end of unit assessments. A levels are completed over a two year period without need to sit an AS exam first (England only) . Both parts are covered here providing students with an opportunity to acheive their full A level AQA certification and invaluable UCAS points. Perfect for students looking to gain a university place. Students in Wales and Northern Ireland will continue to sit the AS exam. Qualification: A Level Biology (7402) Accredited: Yes QCF Recognised: Yes Awarding Body: AQA Start Date: Anytime - We enrol 365 days a year Duration: Flexible - Approx 700 Hours - 2 Years Support UCAS Points: Dependant on Grades Units Covered Topic 1: Biological molecules Topic 2: Cells Topic 3: Organisms exchange substances with their environment Topic 4: Genetic information, variation and relationships between organisms Topic 5: Energy transfers in and between organisms Topic 6: Organisms respond to changes in their internal and external environments Topic 7: Genetic populations, evolution and ecosystems Topic 8: The... [-]