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This resource is for students taking AQA GCSE English Language, it goes through everything you need to know for Paper 1 Section A Q4. It’s an argumentative essay question, so make sure you learn.English Language GCSE Past Papers; English Language GCSE Past Papers; English Language GCSE Past Papers. This section includes recent GCSE English Language past papers from AQA, Edexcel, Eduqas, OCR and WJEC. If you are not sure which exam board you are studying ask your teacher. Past papers are a fantastic way to prepare for an exam as you can practise the questions in your own time. You can.GCSE English Language practice papers We're revolutionising English Language GCSE revision for your child! All our activities, exam-style questions and practice papers are exam board aligned and designed to progress students at a pace that's right for them. We help them learn the skills and then test their knowledge, so they feel confident come.
Beyond's GCSE English Language writing resources focusing on the AQA specification. Hone your students' writing technique, provide exam guidance and watch in delight as they clamber to the finishing line with an army of supporting GCSE English Language writing resources.Read More
The ability to develop and convey a powerful, persuasive message is an essential life skill, so it’s no wonder that it’s tested at GCSE level. The form of the persuasive piece you’re asked to write in your exam could be a speech, a letter, or an article, but in all instances you’ll need to convince someone that your perspective on a complex issue is the correct one.Read More
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The key to writing a good essay introduction is to plan your answer first. This is more difficult in an exam than for a coursework essay, as you have the additional pressure of limited time. As a general rule-of-thumb, you should allocate about 5 minutes of planning time for each hour of the exam. Your plan should be a very rough bullet-pointed outline of each topic you want to cover in your.Read More
June 2018 Question Paper 11 (PDF, 167KB) June 2018 Mark Scheme 11 (PDF, 161KB) June 2018 Insert 11 (PDF, 132KB) June 2018 Question Paper 11 - Large Print Bold (PDF, 2MB) June 2018 Question Paper 21 (PDF, 2MB) June 2018 Mark Scheme 21 (PDF, 157KB) June 2018 Insert 21 (PDF, 1MB) June 2018 Question Paper 31 (PDF, 1MB) June 2018 Mark Scheme 31 (PDF.Read More
English Language Higher Tier A Guide to the GCSE English Language Examination Unit 1: Understanding and Producing Non-fiction Texts This booklet explains everything you need to know about the exam. It contains advice, texts, questions and model answers. This booklet covers: Section B: Writing (Questions 5 and 6) Please make sure you take it to every English lesson. Contents Timing advice 1.Read More
Co-teachability across GCSE English Language and GCSE English Literature with supporting co-teachability resource. Our 'long tariff' questions are worth 10 marks, making time management more straightforward. Students are given a range of choices for creative prose writing. Our non-fiction writing tasks have realistic contexts that students can relate to. Marked exemplar available from our.Read More
The structure of the English Language Paper 1 (1 hour, 45 mins) Section A: Reading - four questions based on one fiction literary extract (40marks) Spend no more than one hour Question 1: Comprehension question (4 marks) You will have to pick out four pieces of information from the text. Question 2: Language question (8 marks).Read More
GCSE students study Edexcel English Language Paper 1: 19th Century Fiction and Imaginative Writing Paper 2: 20th Century Non-fiction and Transactional Writing Specification Sample Paper English Language Exam Overview GCSE Pod Both papers use unseen extracts and it is important that students read a range of fiction and non-fiction in preparation for these exams.Read More
English AQA Language and Literature GCSE at a glance guide You will achieve 2 GCSEs in English. You have no coursework. Everything you learn over the two years will be assessed by exams at the end of the two years. Paper One Language Reading Section A Writing Section B 1 hour 45 minutes in total 50% of the language GCSE One fiction text to read (extract from a piece of 20th Century Literature.Read More