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This is the language question. It will ask you to focus on a particular part of the text. I’ve been thinking about how to get students to articulate their feelings and I had a look at the AQA specimen assessment materials as well as the mark schemes. Yesterday, at the NATE conference, get your creative writing juices flowing I was lucky enough to listen to Tessa Hadley discuss how we might engage students in their creative writing. I’ve added several more resources into the dropbox folder for teaching GCSE English Language paper 1. The question will look something like this: In this section, how does Mayhew use language to describe the prison? She advocated using the parables of Jorge Luis Borges whose writing can be incredibly dense and yet at other times deals with complex  ideas with such clarity. This idea of layered writing comes from here: https://classteaching.wordpress.com/2014/01/30/layered-writing/ The layered writing grid that Gav McCusker used was structured for descriptive writing (which I’ve also adapted and will blog about later). Some of them I’ve already blogged about (see the links below) – but at least now  you can see the resources I used. Gothic is felt before it is understood… I took a year 7 class studying gothic; they’d had a few lessons with another teacher and I learned that no-one had told them what gothic was.


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