A level age In the AQA course, girls study fascinating and diverse courses on Stuart Britainrevolutionary and Stalinist Russiaand a centre-designed coursework programme on British relations with India Below, I have bullet pointed the main differences, which serve to highlight that it is not just the coursework that is a factor in making the IGCSE easier, it is also the content, the approach, the length of the examinations, and the academic rigour of the examinations.
STYLE Style is the way a writer or speaker consciously chooses language and language features to suit a particular audience to achieve a specific purpose. Props do not assist this, so work on realistic mimes. If drama reflects life, then a well- drawn study of characters under stress in a situation that chimes with teenage lives, is inspiring.
London will also stage a series of cultural events to reflect the diversity, performing and expressive arts in Britain. Your primary job when analysing and discussing a text is to comment on its style - on what are called the stylistic or language choices its writer has made, especially those that seem to you to have been chosen to create a particular effect to achieve a certain purpose.
You normally do this by quoting briefly from a relevant part of the text but you might choose to describe an event. He not only shocked, he wanted to disturb. The second theme looks at how nature has provided a source of inspiration in art and architecture and how natural materials have been used across time and place.
Share and show again, and discuss stories so far. There is no doubt that the skills, approach and thought processes needed to completes this examination well, are far greater than on the paper. Use the extract from the Bible on which part of the play is based: Complementing the curriculum, seminars, lectures and talks are planned throughout the year with guests such as actor Natalie Simpson speaking on her career and Bethany Lane sharing thoughts on the poetry of Plath.
Some will be ready to try other masks then.
Studying Greek and Roman theatre history as origins of western tradition, for instance, is enhanced by simple masks. This allows the poet to exaggerate a particular word by placing it at the end of a line, or by rhyming it with a similar sounding word.
A warm-up of creating group still images of inanimate objects table and chairs, motorcyclefollowed by critically analysing the positions and postures is good.
Aggressive voices of conscience. They had one hour to complete this. Without wishing to demoralise the less able, competitive sports ideas within drama are useful. Assess the outcomes so they realise what they have created and experienced.
Some students will share too. The opportunities for character study and relationships are enormous. Pupils also have the opportunity to take part in a selection of competitions including the Royal Economics Society essay competition and the Bank of England Target 2.
Smith shows the effect on one individual. How many plays did William Shakespeare write. Discrete arts are the order of the day in other single A levels, but in school shows, outside productions sixth formers get involved in, their wide interests in modern music and dance, fashion and technology, help teach them arts integration.
Think the Lord of the Flies story here. It considers what examiners are looking for in such a. UIV age 14 This is a fast-track course to lay the foundations of German vocabulary and grammar with the aim of promoting confidence in both speaking and writing. Many texts also lend themselves to round performance.
You will need to follow each quotation with an explanation of and a discussion on aspects of the language the author used in the quotation; this means discussing, for example, how aspects of the quotations literary, poetic or dramatic language works, including mentioning the method the writer used, the effect the language creates and the reasons this might have been done this is the EXPLAIN part of P.
He put words seen and read on stage, lists, physical action, whispering, collage, stories and speculations: Groups are friends on some rock climbing expedition, all have to rely on each other. There is always a political dimension, in international national or local sports. Next, back to their houses, to debrief the trauma of the meal, and to decide to do something unpleasant to each other.
See Biography section What exactly was the 'First Folio'. In composition, they learn sophisticated ways of developing melodic and harmonic material within complex structures, and they prepare a recital for performance.
This water does not clean her or wash away her sins. Young people lose friends and relatives through accidents and diseases, just as older people do. Many actors and teachers of performing arts fight shy of presenting something where audience encircle performers.
The International GCSE English Literature includes the following key features: • A choice of coursework or examination route AO3 relates specifically to the poetry comparison question in Paper 1 and how connections are made between texts.
Its weighting has been reduced from 30% to 10% as it is now only. WJEC GCSE in ENGLISH LITERATURE GCSE SPECIFICATION Teaching from Contemporary: Unseen poetry comparison, the preparation for which will include the study of contemporary Stipulated poetry from the Library of Wales anthology Poetry One Hundred Poets from Wales.
English/Irish/Welsh literary heritage: Poetry [taken from WJEC GCSE poetry collection] and play by Shakespeare – chosen by the centre (but not Othello or Much Ado About Nothing). While comparison is not specifically required, showing the links between the two.
Shakespeare's Othello and Uncontrolled Jealousy - Othello and Uncontrolled Jealousy Dominating the protagonist in William Shakespeare’s tragedy Othello is the passion of sexual jealousy. The English literature GCSE should encourage learners to be inspired, moved and changed by following a broad, coherent, satisfying and worthwhile course of study.
preparing students for the poetry comparison i n Unit 1 • Section A (the Shakespeare essay) will be assessed according to the criteria for.
GCSE English Literature - Poetry Revision Verulam School English Faculty Page 3 CONFLICT POETRY POSSIBLE EXAM QUESTIONS 1.
Compare how the results of war are shown in Futility and one other poem. 2.Gcse poetry comparison coursework