Some of these are made up based on exam board question styles. Two include notes on what the examiners are looking for. How does Golding present violence in Lord of the Flies? The ending of Lord of the Flies is shocking.
Last Updated on Sunday, 18 January English and English Literature Pupils can be entered for the Foundation or Higher Tier levels for these examinations. The Foundation Tier targets grades C to G. Our pupils usually take the Higher Tier examinations. Here is a brief outline of the course content: The coursework for English is divided into three categories: These activities are of various types, and involve speaking individually, in groups and in pairs.
A drama component is required in one of the three assessed pieces. This tests personal and imaginative writing and is based on a piece of autobiographical, fiction or feature writing.
Marks for reading and writing carry equal weight over the two papers. The first paper ['The Craft of the Writer'] is based on texts from an Edexcel anthology issued free to all students at the beginning of the course. This includes 19th and 20th century prose and poetry.
The poetry selection we are studying is entitled 'Identity'; we are also studying the section entitled 'Non-fiction prose pieces'. The first two questions involve analysis and response to the set texts in the anthology one on poetry, one on prose. Pupils have clean copies of the anthology during the examination.
These are issued to them by the school. The third question is more open and is marked for writing. Newspaper and magazine writing, advertising and publicity materials are examples of what have been set in the past.
The first involves analysis of the texts and is marked for reading. The coursework comprises three essays: As we choose to make the first the same Shakespeare play as for English, above, the same essay serves for both coursework folders; at present we are studying Dr.
Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson as our prose fiction piece and a selection of preth century poems based on a previous Edexcel anthology, Tracks 2 for this third essay. The final examination involves one paper of two and a half hours. Three texts are prepared for the examination.
Clean copies of all three may be taken into the examination. These are issued to the pupils at the examination by the school. The set texts are from the following categories: This is based on a selection of poems from the Edexcel anthology referred to above.Poetry – GCSE English Literature ( onwards) We've compiled our resources for the new anthologies, as well as resources for looking at unseen poems.
You can also get our teaching pack on unseen poetry. May 22, · Past Edexcel English Literature Papers Gcse – Accueil › Forums › Forum › Past Edexcel English Literature Papers Gcse – Ce sujet a 0 réponse, 1 participant et a été mis à jour par searchcomreathumro, il y a 12 mois.
i wanna be yours teaching resources for Secondary. Created for teachers, by teachers! Professional Poetry - Relationships teaching resources. Jun 03, · The Edexcel Anthology for International GCSE English Language (A) and International GCSE English Literature covers the reading requirements of the course, and is for use throughout the course and in the examination.
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