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Learners following the Cambridge International AS Level Spanish syllabus will study a series of works from Spanish literature. The aim is to understand these texts and the issues raised by the authors, and to develop the skills to communicate this understanding in a clear and focused way.
Learners will study a variety of texts, including novels, poems and plays, looking both at the way the authors have conveyed their ideas, and discussing the wider issues that each text raises.
The syllabus year refers to the year in which the examination will be taken.
We have redeveloped our Cambridge International AS and A Level Spanish offer to make sure there is smoother progression from Cambridge IGCSE based on learners' level of Spanish and a closer alignment with the CEFR framework. We are withdrawing Cambridge International AS Level Spanish Language (8685), Spanish First Language (8665), Spanish Literature (8673) and A Level Spanish (9719) to replace them with our newly designed Cambridge International AS Level Spanish Language (8022) and A Level Spanish Language & Literature (9844) syllabuses.
The last assessment of Cambridge International AS Level Spanish Language (8685), Spanish First Language (8665), Spanish Literature (8673) and A Level Spanish (9719) will be November 2023. The first assessment of the new Cambridge International AS Level Spanish Language (8022) and Cambridge International A Level Spanish Language & Literature (9844) syllabuses will be June 2024. We communicated this change to schools in May 2021.
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