English Literature Assessment Pack by Nicky Carter, Keith Brindle
  

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English Literature Assessment Pack by Nicky Carter, Keith Brindle

Written by senior examiners Nicki Carter and Keith Brindle, this Assessment Pack is designed to help teachers understand, teach and assess AQA's NEW English Literature GCSE specification. Get your students ready for AQA's new English Literature GCSE exams and controlled assessment, whether you are following Route A or B. For AQA Units 1, 2 and 4: *Extensive exam practice to build success, with questions on every AQA set text and poetry cluster. *Sample answers at key grades show students how to reach their target grade and hone their exam technique. *Mark schemes and examiner tips help you familiarise yourself with the new exam criteria. *Marking checklists help students assess their work, and provide a useful basis for revision. For AQA Units 3 and 5: *Targeted support for AQA's new controlled assessments, helping you prepare your students for the tasks. *Detailed task ideas, sample answers and marking guidance help you feel confident about this new assessment mode.

About the Author

Keith Brindle is a senior examiner with a leading Awarding Body, a former Head of English and the author of numerous books, many of which focus on revision and honing exam technique. He offers in-school support: Sessions for Teachers and Sessions for Students. Nicki Carter is an experienced teacher of English, and former Head of English and Media. She has been an examiner for a leading Awarding Body for the last four years, two of which have been in the role of senior examiner for English Language and English Literature GCSE.

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Spiral bound
256 pages

Author

Nicky Carter, Keith Brindle
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Publisher


www.collinseducation.com

Publication date

21st June 2010

ISBN

9780007342181


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