WJEC EDUQAS GCSE English Language Student Book 1 Developing the Skills for Component 1 and Component 2 by Michelle Doran, Natalie Simpson, Julie Swain, Barry Childs
  

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WJEC EDUQAS GCSE English Language Student Book 1 Developing the Skills for Component 1 and Component 2 by Michelle Doran, Natalie Simpson, Julie Swain, Barry Childs

Student Book 1 develops the key reading and writing skills that students will be assessed on in Component 1 and Component 2 of the WJEC GCSE English Language qualification. Structured around the Assessment Objectives, the book engages students through a thematic approach with inspiring texts that helps prepare students for the thematic connections they will face in the examinations. Through a range of texts, activities, stretch and support features as well as tips and key terms, this book helps students of all abilities develop their reading and writing skills. Spelling, punctuation and grammar activities and guidance are provided in context to help improve students' technical accuracy. In addition to the regular peer and self-assessment activities, teachers can monitor progress through the substantive end-of-chapter assessments and the sample exam papers.

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Format

Paperback
224 pages

Author

Michelle Doran, Natalie Simpson, Julie Swain, Barry Childs
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

26th February 2015

ISBN

9780198332824


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