These specifications bring Modern Hebrew to life as students apply their learning to real-world scenarios. There's also an opportunity to study Jewish culture and the history of Modern Hebrew.
Seamless progression from GCSE to A-level builds on grammar and topic content and can help encourage students to stay with their studies. Given employers' demand for language skills, this could mean higher employability for students. GCSE language qualifications also contribute towards the English Baccalaureate.
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