English Language
English Literature
English Language Course Title: English Language (AQA 7702) Grading: A - U Assessment Objectives AO1: Apply appropriate methods of language analysis, using associated terminology and coherent written expression. AO2: Demonstrate critical understanding of concepts and issues relevant to language use. AO3: Analyse and evaluate how contextual factors and language features are associated with the construction of meaning. AO4: Explore connections across texts, informed by linguistic concepts and methods. AO5: Demonstrate expertise and creativity in the use of English to communicate in different ways. Year 12 English Language: HT1: Paper 1A: Meanings and Representations/ Paper 2A: Language variation and change HT2: Paper 1A: Meanings and Representations/Paper 2A: Language variation and change HT3: Paper 1A: Meanings and Representations/Paper 2B: Opinion Writing HT4: Paper 1A: Meanings and Representations/Paper 2B: Opinion Writing HT5: Non-exam assessment (coursework) HT6: Non-exam assessment (coursework) Year 13 English Language: HT1: Paper 1B: Child Language Development (Speech)/ Paper 2A: Language variation and change HT2: Paper 1B: Child Language Development (Writing)/Paper 2A: Language variation and change HT3: Paper 1A: Meanings and Representations (Changes over time)/Paper 2B: Analysis and opinion writing HT4: Paper 1A: Meanings and Representations (Changes of time)/Paper 2B: Analysis and opinion writing HT4/HT5: Revision External Assessment: Paper 1: Language, the individual and society (2 hours, 30 minutes) – 40% Paper 2: Language diversity and change (2 hours, 30 minutes) – 40% Non exam assessment: language in action - two pieces of written coursework (totalling 2500 words) – 20% Internal assessment: Students are assessed at the end of every unit in lessons. Mock exams will take place at the end of year 12 and periodically throughout year 13. Exam board: AQA
English Literature Course Title: English Literature Spec B (AQA) Grading: A - U Course Overview: Assessment Objectives AO1 - Articulate informed, personal and creative responses to literary texts, using associated concepts and terminology, and coherent, accurate written expression AO2 - Analyse ways in which meanings are shaped in literary texts AO3 - Demonstrate understanding of the significance and influence of the contexts in which literary texts are written and received AO4 - Explore connections across literary texts AO5 - Explore literary texts informed by different interpretations Year 12: English Literature HT1: Paper 1A: Aspects of Tragedy (Shakespeare and Death of a Salesman) HT2: Paper 1A: Aspects of Tragedy (Shakespeare and Death of a Salesman) HT3: Paper 1A: Aspects of Tragedy (Shakespeare and Tess of the D’Urbervilles) HT4: Paper 1A: Aspects of Tragedy (Shakespeare and Tess of the D’Urbervilles) HT5: Non-exam assessment (coursework) HT5: Non-exam assessment (coursework) Year 13: English Literature HT1: Paper 2A: Texts and Genres (Brighton Rock and Atonement) HT2: Paper 2A: Texts and Genres (Brighton Rock and Atonement) HT2: Paper 2A: Texts and Genres (Brighton Rock and Rime of the Ancient Mariner) HT3: Revision HT4: Revision External Assessment: Paper 1A: Aspects of Tragedy (2 hours, 30 minutes – closed book) Paper 2A: Texts and Genres (3 hours – open book) Internal Assessment: Students are assessed at the end of every unit in lessons. Mock exams will take place at the end of year 12 and periodically throughout year 13. Exam Board: AQA
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