AQA English Language and Literature A A2


Author: Andy Archibald,David Emery

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9781408513859

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 176

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Approved by AQA, this stimulating series provides a range of current and topical examples of language use, integrating literary and linguistic skills through the analysis of a rnage of texts. Our online resources delivered via Kerboodle, provide additional support to those students studying A Level English Language and Literature.

A2 English Language and Literature for AQA B


Author: Alison Ross,Jen Greatrex

Publisher: Heinemann

ISBN: 9780435109806

Category: English language

Page: 196

View: 3578

Includes material that covers the AQA English literature and English language specification B syllabuses. Offering exam and coursework tips, this title focuses on assessment objectives to help students learn how to achieve maximum results.

English Language and Literature for AQA B


Author: Alison Ross

Publisher: Heinemann

ISBN: 9780435109851

Category: English language

Page: 183

View: 7936

Revised and updated to cover the set texts in the AQA B specification, this second edition focuses on the assessment objectives - showing students how to achieve maximum marks - and offers exam and coursework tips throughout to help students get good grades.

English Literature for AQA A


Author: Tony Childs,Jackie Moore

Publisher: Heinemann

ISBN: 9780435132293

Category: Advanced supplementary examinations

Page: 174

View: 6235

This text provides material that covers the AQA English literature specification A syllabus. As well as exam and coursework tips, there is a firm focus on assessment objectives to aid students learn how to achieve maximum results.

Exploring Language and Literature for AQA A


Author: Steven Croft,Robert Myers

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780198325857

Category: English language

Page: 268

View: 672

Updated to match the 2008 changes to A-levels, a revised edition of this practical guide to A-level English Language and Literature for the new AQA A GCE specification. Includes separate sections for AS and A2 examinations as well as a section to help students prepare for assessment. Contains clear, separate study units. Affordable single text covers generic study skills.

Teaching Secondary English


Author: Mark Pike

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 1412933196

Category: Education

Page: 198

View: 6553

`What the book does extremely well is do describe the way things are in terms of the requirements of the Framework for Teaching English, the curriculum and the new specifications - and for this reason it is likely to be most useful to those contemplating English tech9ng in the maintained sector from outside - returnees, aspiring NQTs or those in the independent sector' - Times Educational Supplement `Instead of taking us yet again on a tour through the four modalities of English, this book's tri-partite structure takes a refreshingly different approach by offering thought-provoking argument grounded in classroom practicality' - Nick McGuinn, University of York Students' comments on Teaching Secondary English: `The book is written in clear, digestible terms, offering many practical ideas for teaching the key skills and the wide range of material encountered in the English classroom. .. It is the kind of book which can be dipped into, which is particularly useful for people who spend most of their time planning lessons!' `Teaching Secondary English is a must for student teachers and NQTs. It is a clear, comprehensive and practical guidebook dealing not solely with theory and pedagogy, but with the very real issues facing new teachers today' ` It is clear that Teaching Secondary English, unlike so many textbooks on the subject, is written by someone with recent classroom experience and this helps the reader to trust and respect the advice it purports. I certainly feel it is grounded in practicalities not "pie in the sky" theory that will not work in most `real' classrooms!' This book enables English teachers to implement change and rise to new challenges, while remaining true to an ethically and socially just position which provides the rationale for their vocation. The author describes and evaluates recent changes to English teaching brought about by initiatives such as the Literacy Strategy, the new `A' levels and the requirement to focus on spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. Examples of innovative teaching and learning strategies are provided throughout. The author helps teachers to foster keen readers, writers and communicators. He shows how they can enable their students to acquire skills and knowledge, as well as to recognize the value of aesthetic experience, emotional literacy and spiritual and moral response to literature in their own lives and in their communities. This book is essential reading for PGCE students as well as practising teachers and all those involved in English in education.

A2 English Language for AQA B


Author: Ron Norman,Anne Watkiss

Publisher: Heinemann

ISBN: 9780435132262

Category: English language

Page: 256

View: 5520

This text provides material that covers the AQA English language specification B syllabus. As well as exam and coursework tips, there is a firm focus on assessment objectives to aid students learn how to achieve maximum results.

AQA (B) English Language and Literature, Unit 4

Text Transformation


Author: John Shuttleworth

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781844895502

Category: English language

Page: 59

View: 3916

Student Unit Guides are perfect for revision. Each guide is written by an examiner and explains the unit requirements, summarises the relevant unit content and includes a series of specimen questions and answers. A Content Guidance section combines an overview of the specific unit or module and the key terms and concepts, with an examiner's interpretation so that students understand precisely what they need to understand and learn, the skills required and the potential pitfalls. A Question and Answer section provides graded answers, typically A and C, to questions which have been set to reflect the style of the unit. All responses are accomnpanied by commentaries which highlight their respective strengths and weaknesses, giving students an insight into the mind of the examiner.