AQA GCSE English Teacher Guide, Resource Pack Skills for Language and Literature by John Nield, Graham Fletcher, Unsah Tabassum


AQA GCSE English Teacher Guide, Resource Pack Skills for Language and Literature by John Nield, Graham Fletcher, Unsah Tabassum

The AQA GCSE English: Skills for Language and Literature Teacher Guide supports teachers in helping students to develop their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills to achieve the best results in their exams and controlled assessment. Focused on the Assessment Objectives. Written by a senior examiner and advanced skills teachers, this guide is essential for success. AQA GCSE English: Skills for Language and Literature includes: - Sections on reading, writing, speaking and listening, and literature, which emphasise how the skills are applied in the exams and in the new controlled assessment, and reflect the life-long learning approach. - Skills teaching map. - Activities with teacher notes, worksheets and answers. - Free CD-ROM with listening material. - PowerPoints to support whole-class teaching. - Photocopiable planning grids. - Assessment advice. The CD-ROM contains Word documents of the whole pack that allow teachers to adapt the content to their students' needs, as well as PDFs to enable printing out as an alternative to photocopying. Also in the series: AQA GCSE English: Skills for Language & Literature textbook (978-1-4441-0874-3) AQA GCSE English Skills for Achieving an A* textbook (978-1-4441-1081-4) Workbooks sold in packs of 5 and 10 for: - AQA GCSE English and English Language Unit 1: Understanding and Producing Non-Fiction Texts - AQA GCSE English Literature Unit 1: Exploring Modern Texts - AQA GCSE English Unit 3: Understanding and Producing Creative Texts - AQA GCSE English Language Unit 3: Understanding Spoken and Written Texts and Writing Creatively

About the Author

John Nield is a senior examiner for a major awarding body. With many years teaching experience he now runs courses to help English departments across the country boost their results. John edited the textbook and wrote the Reading material for the textbook and Teacher Guide. Graham Fletcher is an Advanced Skills Teacher who has over 15 years experience as Head of English, examining and moderating. He is currently a Deputy Headteacher but still teaches English to GCSE students. With many years' experience moderating for Speaking and Listening Graham wrote this section of the textbook. Unsah Tabassum has over 10 years teaching experience, with over 6 years spent transforming English Departments and improving GCSE results. She is an examiner and Assistant Headteacher and wrote the Writing section of the textbook and Teacher Guide.

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Spiral bound
Contains Spiral bound and CD-ROM
195 pages


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Publication date

26th March 2010



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