Work to be completed over the Easter holidays is below:
Aspects of Narrative – four-way comparison pack
Exploring Aspects of Narrative
Practice Exam Questions
1. Read through the pack on ‘Exploring Aspects of Narrative’.
2. Use the questions therein to help you fill in the tables in the ‘Four-Way Comparison Pack’.
3. Answer TWO of the practice exam questions – one from Section A and one from Section B.
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Over the Easter Holidays I would like you to do three things:
1. Focus on the Unseen Poetry section of the English Literature exam. Complete all the revision tasks in the booklet you have been given.
2. Design your own English Language exam. Have a look at this one:
English Language exam
and use it as a template for creating your own. You will find it helpful to read this document on the
The Six Different Types of Questions in the English Language Unit 1 GCSE exam
You should also write your own mark scheme.
3. Complete any of the revision tasks on this blog that are still outstanding:
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Don’t forget that your homework for the Easter holidays is to find examples of ‘Apostrophe Abuse’ in the Real World. It may be that the apostrophe has been used incorrectly, or, because it has not, sadly, been used at all, as in the example below:
Keep your eyes peeled.
Spotted in Chichester, where kids love stuffing toys in their spare time. ©SFletcher2012
“If it could only be like this always – always summer, always alone, the fruit always ripe and Aloysius in a good temper…”
― Evelyn Waugh, Brideshead Revisited
This is the kind of thing I LOVE:
If you’re not coming to tonight’s performance of ‘Madness Took Me’ (why not?) then you should most certainly go to Daunt Books in Holland Park and get a FREE BOOK by trading in one of your own.
Let’s not limit it to one. You’ve probably got quite a few, if you’re anything like me. Sometimes, I find I learn (or indeed, teach) things better when I’m using more than one ‘style’ at the same time.
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