CLASS OF 2020
ENGLISH FUNCTIONAL SKILLS
LEVEL 1 AND LEVEL 2
If you enjoy reading and discussing books, this is the subject for you. We study a variety of texts, which will include novels, poetry and drama, from Shakespeare to the present day. There will be coursework elements in this course.
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This course is assessed by two, 1¾ hour exams in the summer. These require you to demonstrate your reading and writing skills and your ability to understand language and its effects. This will be marked on the new 1 – 9 Grade system with a Level 4 a pass grade.
You will acquire skills in finding implicit and explicit information from texts and develop the ability to critically evaluate pieces of writing. You will also explore why writers use , and what effect this has on your reading of a text.
You will expand your writing skills to enable you to write accurately, to spelling, punctuation and grammar. You will write essays with a particular audience and develop your ability to write descriptively.
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ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
If you are passionate about the creation of Literature and the complexity of the English language, this combined course will help you discover and learn how to create and critique a wide range of texts. You’ll develop in-depth analytical skills that explore the way texts relate to each other and the historical and social context in which they are produced and received. You will be expected to undertake independent studies to develop skills as producers and interpreters of language. You will study six set texts from genres such as prose fiction, poetry and drama.
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