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Where can I find GCSE English past papers?The best place to find past examination papers is on your examination board’s website. Usually, there are lots of easy-to-access papers available, along with mark schemes and reports from examiners. Here are a few links: English GCSE AQA Past Papers English GCSE Pearson Past Papers English GCSE OCR Past Papers English GCSE WJEC Past Papers Your examination board website should have some free access to sample answers from previous examination years. You may find that there is commentary, too, which helps to explain the grades.
How to revise GCSE English?Well, apart from re-visiting these lessons, there are lots of things you can do. You should read widely – for Language, non-fiction texts are good, such as newspaper articles, as well as fiction, such as poetry and short stories. For Literature, you will need to know your set texts well – re-read these, make notes, highlight key sections. You can also look at past papers, examiners’ commentaries, and mark schemes, alongside sample answers. Test yourself on literary terminology, too. English is skills-based so the more practice you get, the better. Learning some useful quotations from key texts will be helpful, particularly if these can be applied to different types of question.
Can I move from GCSE Level 5 to Level 6, or higher?"I suggest you look at mark schemes and see what the differences are between different levels. Looking at sample answers for a range of responses is helpful as well, especially if these include examiner comments which help to justify certain grades.
What is English language GCSEStudents sitting their GCSE (9-1) English Language assessment will sit two exams. ... The Reading assessment makes up 50% of the grade and writing assessment makes up the other 50%. In each exam, learners will respond to reading questions on the unseen texts and one writing task. The English language GCSE focuses more on developing students reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. By comparison, the English literature GCSE is more focused on developing knowledge and understanding of prose, poetry and drama texts.
What is the English literature GCSE?Students taking their English Literature GCSE will need to explore literature and read a wide range of classic literature, which is designed to introduce the depth and power of the English literary heritage In GCSE (9-1) English Literature, the specific texts per exam board may vary, but students will need to study a modern prose or drama text, a 19th century novel, poetry and a Shakespeare play.
How to pass English GCSEYes! Users can add video from YouTube or Vimeo with ease: Enter App Settings Click the "Manage Questions" button Click on the question you would like to attach a video to When editing your answer, click on the video icon and then paste the YouTube or Vimeo video URL That's it! A thumbnail of your video will appear in answer text box
What's the difference between English Language and English Literature?The English literature GCSE focuses on developing knowledge and understanding of prose, poetry and drama texts. Whereas, English language is more about homing your reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. English Literature topics include: Shakespear plays 19th-Century texts Modern texts Poetry Modern drama texts English Language topics include: Creative reading Creative writing Fictional texts Descriptive/narrative writing Extended writing Non-fiction texts Literary non-fiction texts Use of standard English Presenting Responding to questions & feedback Both the GCSE English subjects are highly regarded by Universities and employers alike and will form a minimum requirement for both entry onto further eductaion and securing future employment.
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I am a native French Tutor and GCSE exam invigilator here to help you pass your GCSE exam. I have been working with students for over ten years, helping them to understand and enjoy the beautiful French Language. During that time I have honed my revision materials around the highest scoring GCSE assessment objectives and my methods of teaching on the ways students best retain knowledge and grasp key skills.