The non-exam assessment will allow you to investigate a particular area of interest, gathering your own data and using your knowledge of language to reach your own conclusions. There will be an exam at the end of year 12 to assess your understanding. While in the Sixth Form at Brigg, English will complement a number of other A Level subjects e.g.
History, Drama, Media, Psychology and Modern Foreign Languages, as well as providing an interesting contrast for students taking Sciences or Mathematics.
Students will be able to demonstrate a confident control of Standard English and write grammatically correct sentences, use figurative language and analyse texts from 19th, 20th and 21st centuries.
GCSE English Language is designed on the basis that students should read and be assessed on high-quality, challenging texts from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries.
Never use a metaphor, simile or other figure of speech which you are used to seeing in print 2. If it is possible to cut out a word, always cut it out 4. Middle The three consecutive simple sentences; "Never done it before. Never imagined it before." emphasise the great accomplishment a third term in government would be.
The adverb "never" suggests that another party has not done it in the past and so connotes the greatness of the situation in which Labour find themselves in."The Language of Politics" highlights the different stances that political parties may take e.g.left or right wing, and this is often reflected in the politician's speeches.Through language politicians hope to make decisions that will influence other people's behaviour and even their values.Power can be gained in many ways, in a dictatorship by force, in a democracy through law, or often a much more successful technique; through the power of persuasion.English Language A Level AQA's new A Level English Language offers opportunities for you to develop your subject expertise by engaging creatively and critically with a wide range of texts.The two year course comprises of three components, two of which are assessed by a terminal exam at the end and one non-exam assessment in which you will produce a language investigation and a piece of original writing. The course is delivered by an experienced team of teachers who are all English graduates: Sir John Nelthorpe The Vale Academy Mr D Waite Ms S King Miss P Raven Mrs M Sullivan How Will I Be Assessed?law, journalism, teaching, management and business studies. The study of GCSE English will ensure that students can read fluently and write effectively. Introduction How do Politicians gain support through language?Word Count: 6262 INTRODUCTION Politics is concerned with power, and the language that politicians use reflects their craving for it.