I have attached the PPs I have used to teach Paper 1.
I’ve also attached a very in depth grammar guide – don’t try and memorise it all, but do use it to look up features you may feel unsure about! Look around online for other terminology lists – the AQA glossary is useful, but barely scratches the surface!
This blog is FANTASTIC! I highly recommend it to help you begin finding your own ways to answer these questions:
YR13 it might be useful to start reminding yourselves what you actually did last year!! Those skills are absolutely paramount in the success of your responses in A2 – it is not a separate course.
YR13 Paper 1
YR12 PAPER 1 BEGINS
NEA Example Article
NEA Example CommentaryY
R13 – Intro to NEA
Attached is the PP I used to go over what you need to do for your NEAs. It will help with the writing of your proposals.
MORE IMPORTANTLY – What is everyone reading? Please comment and let me know …. even if it is just something from the reading pack and even if you hated it 🙂
MAKE MY SUMMER – READ! READ! READ!
A great site.
Offers a great reminder on areas we have covered, plus some other studies and theories that will be tres useful!
Attached is the data we will be working with next week. It would be great if you could begin looking at it and come back with some ideas.
Data – Accent:Dialect
Also, here is the link for where the data comes from. It is a great resource and explains a lot of the wider issues and concepts surrounding accents/dialects.
Enjoy – it is interesting when you start to get your head around it – promise!!
Cambridge app maps decline in regional diversity of English dialects
I have attached my feed back from last lesson – see below.
It has a new and improved essay structure and sentence starters to help with your practice essays (IT IS SLIDE 10 ON THE PP)
I have also attached the model I wrote!
Please ask any questions and I will get back to you as quick as I can (e.g when I’m not holiday-ing!)
Happy Paper 2
Miss Wright x
Paper 2 feedback again
Social Group Model
I am going to attempt to start a dialogue with Deborah Cameron……
In the mean time, read her stuff!!!! PLEASE!
This is a fabulous blog. Contemporary linguistic (gender) studies in action!
Witty and informative.
Great for those question 3 style models.