Date of publication: 2017-07-09 14:38
The specification offers the attraction of two equally-balanced papers, relating reading sources to the topic and theme of writing tasks. The reading sources act as stimulus for writing tasks, providing students with a clear route through each paper.
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For AQA GCSE English Literature Unit 6, Section A: Exploring modern texts. A selection of worksheets and activities to aid study and revision of Martyn Pig by Kevin Brooks.
Teaching resources, worksheets, activities and sample exam questions on each poem from the teaching pack. Also included are videos, downloadable MP8 readings and brief commentaries on each poem and an illustrated e-poetry booklet for the cluster.
A range of teaching resources, worksheets and activities to support teaching and learning of Kindertransport by Diane Samuels. Though prepared with the AQA GCSE English Literature examinations in mind, also included are a range of activities that teachers can use and / or adapt for Controlled Assessment tasks with other awarding bodies or specifications.
Stop the Clock. IWB flash quiz for use on the whiteboard and / or in computer suite. Poetic techniques and devices. Has a useful ‘no timer’ option for teacher-led presentation and three levels of difficulty.
From the RSC, a range of worksheets, guides and practical approaches that can be used to revise elements of the text. Also included are the excellent RSC / BBC Shakespeare Unlocked videos.
What you'll be studying is how the language is applied in different contexts and for different reasons. You'll be speaking, listening, writing andanalysing and learning how to use language confidently and accurately. It does include imaginative and creative writing but will also furnish you with other skills such as analysis of meaning, pr Conclusion analysis Good conclusions usually refer back to the question or title and address it directly - for example by using key words from the title.
How well do you think these conclusions address the title or question? Answering these questions should help you find out.
A very handy reference sheet / poster. It organises discourse markers by common usage. For example, furthering arguments, sequencing points, concluding, etc. All essential for those exam essays!
English is actually quite an extensive subject but it can be categorised into English Language and Literature. For your English GCSE exams, you will need to know how to write an effective introduction and conclusion (that summarizes all the points that you have discussed and made throughout the essay) to make sure that you attain your predicted grade.