A new series of bespoke, full-coverage resources developed for the 2015 A Level English qualifications. Endorsed for the AQA A/AS Level English Language specifications for first teaching from 2015, this print Student Book is suitable for all abilities, providing stretch opportunities for the more able and additional scaffolding for those who need it. Helping bridge the gap between GCSE and A Level, the unique three-part structure provides essential knowledge and allows students to develop their skills through a deeper study of key topics, whilst encouraging independent learning. An enhanced digital version and free Teacher's Resource are also available.
Comprehensive student-friendly resources designed for teaching Cambridge International AS and A Level English Language (syllabus 9093 for first examination in 2015). The core aim of this Coursebook is to help students to develop and apply the key skills they need to achieve in AS and A Level English Language. They will build the skills needed for assessment through frequent activities. Divided into two distinct parts for AS and A Level studies, the book covers a wide range of reading skills, such as understanding aspects of style, voice and tone. It also addresses the conventions of key kinds of writing and spoken language, from scripted speeches to travel articles, and looks at how they can capture these conventions in their own work.
Juvenile Nonfiction by Jane Bluett,Marcello Giovanelli,Andrea Macrae,Felicity Titjen,Ian Cushing
Author: Jane Bluett,Marcello Giovanelli,Andrea Macrae,Felicity Titjen,Ian Cushing
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
A new series of bespoke, full-coverage resources developed for the 2015 A Level English qualifications. Endorsed for the AQA A/AS Level English Language and Literature specification for first teaching from 2015, this print Student Book offers stretch opportunities for the more able and additional scaffolding for those who need it. Providing full coverage of the specification, the unique three-part structure bridges the gap between GCSE and A Level and develops students' understanding of descriptive linguistics and literary and non-literary stylistics, together with support for the revised coursework component and new textual intervention task. An enhanced digital edition and free Teacher's Resource are also available.
by Susan Aykin,Juliet Harrison,David Kinder,Nicky Winder
Author: Susan Aykin,Juliet Harrison,David Kinder,Nicky Winder
This book offers targeted support to meet the demands of the 2015 OCR A Level English Language specification. Offering new material, and flagging AS specification requirements, it builds the skills students will be assessed on. Endorsed by OCR, this book aims to help all students achieve their potential.
Ensure students are fully prepared for the AQA AS/A Level English Language with this revision workbook. The workbook provides a practical approach to revision and is packed full of carefully-structured activities, up-to-date source texts, and the latest English Language research, along with revision tips and strategies.
This English language study guide provides short revision sessions which include extra activities, checkpoints and hints in the margin. There is also an in-depth resources section which explains the skills and techniques needed for exam success.
This text book is designed for the AEB 623 A Level English syllabus. This third edition has been updated to cover the literature as well as the language side of the syllabus. Part one studies writing skills and part two looks at the social, cultural and political issues which frequently appear on the exam essay paper. Part three analyzes specific literary texts and includes exercises, revision techniques and exam preparation.
A Comprehensive Guide for Teachers of AS and A Level English Language
Author: Martin Illingworth,Nick Hall
This unique guide to teaching English Language empowers teachers to lead a successful course that will encourage students to be independent and analytical linguists. Covering all areas of linguistic investigation across different exam board specifications and rooted in theoretical perspectives, this accessible text is underpinned by years of teaching experience and is full of practical ideas for classroom activities. Now in its second edition, this bestselling title has been fully updated to consider changes to English Language A level, including a new chapter on unseen texts and writing for the exams. Additional material includes a greater focus on accent and dialect, language acquisition, and language and the media, including discussions of ‘post-truth’ and ‘alternative facts’. The authors outline frameworks of linguistic analysis and provide clear guidance on how to approach different topics. Chapters are full of interesting extracts for textual analysis and ideas to give students a varied diet of written and spoken texts in different genres. Teaching English Language 16-19 will be invaluable reading for trainee teachers and practising teachers new to the teaching of English Language, as well as more experienced teachers wishing to refresh their knowledge and practice.
This critical study guide is designed to support a student's understanding of the AQA's AS and A Level English Language and Literature Paris Anthology. Elements such as mode, purpose and audience are clearly identified, and the use of language, literary and linguistic techniques, as well as tone and narrative voice, are all suitably analysed within each summary. The guide also includes appropriate exam information, suggests relevant approaches and contains a suitable timeline for Paris. A comprehensive glossary at the end gives the reader a clear appreciation of the key terms required at this level.
Author: Dan Clayton,Angela Goddard,Beth Kemp,Felicity Titjen
This book offers targeted support to meet the demands of the 2015 AQA A Level English Language specification. Offering up-to-date material, and flagging AS specification requirements, it builds the skills students will be assessed on. From a highly experienced and trusted author team, this new book aims to help all students achieve their potential.
A Practical Guide to Advanced Level English Language
Author: Shirley Russell
Publisher: OUP Oxford
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
The revised edition of this successful book is a comprehensive resource for all AS and A Level English Language candidates, particularly those working with AQA/A, OCR and Edexcel specifications. Completely revised to match the new courses, it covers topics such as child acquisition of language, the language of the media, and language change. It also provides practical help and activities to support the editorial tasks and directed writing now required of Language students.
Doing English Language provides a concise, lively and accessible introduction to the field of English Language studies for readers who are interested in taking courses at university level. This book addresses the fundamental questions about studying English Language, including: How is English Language studied and researched? Which subject areas does English Language draw on? How are different topics approached? How is the study of English Language relevant to real world contexts? What careers can English Language lead to? Written by an experienced teacher, researcher, and examiner, Doing English Language is both an essential guide for students at pre-university stage and a course companion for undergraduates choosing options within a degree programme.
Language Arts & Disciplines by Julian Pattison,Duncan Williams
Drive analytical skills and exam confidence with this key classroom text. Structured and accessible, it guides learners logically through the latest Cambridge International AS and A Level English Language 9093 syllabus. A free teacher support site enhances your teaching with engaging and up-to-date international examples.