AS Homework: Tuesday 24th January

Helloo.

Here is the PPT on the Hardy poems in which we currently have our heads:

The 'swan-necked' Emma.

Poems about Emma

The next essay is due in on Tuesday:

How does Thomas Hardy tell the story in ‘The Going’?

Remember that you are only assessed on AO2 for this type of question.

Here is the mark scheme:

Band 1

(0-3)

AO2 very limited discussion of how form shapes meanings

AO2 very limited discussion of how structure shapes meanings

AO2 very limited discussion of how language shapes meanings

 

Band 2

(4-6)

AO2 some awareness of how form shapes meanings

AO2 some awareness of how structure shapes meanings

AO2 some awareness of how language shapes meanings

 

Band 3

(7-9)

AO2 consideration of how form shapes meanings

AO2 consideration of how structure shapes meanings

AO2 consideration of how language shapes meanings

 

Band 4

(10-13)

AO2 consideration of how specific aspects of form shape meanings

AO2 consideration of how specific aspects of structure shape meanings

AO2 consideration of how specific aspects of language shape meanings

 

Band 5

(14-17)

AO2 exploration of how specific aspects of form shape meanings

AO2 exploration of how specific aspects of structure shape meanings

AO2 exploration of how specific aspects of language shape meanings

 

Band 6

(18-21)

AO2 exploration and analysis of key aspects of form, with perceptive evaluation of how they shape meanings

AO2 exploration and analysis of key aspects of structure, with perceptive evaluation of how they shape meanings

AO2 exploration and analysis of key aspects of language, with perceptive evaluation of how they shape meanings

Good!

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