National 5 & Higher English: Scottish Short Texts by Willie McGuire, Carolyn Cunningham
  

National 5 & Higher English: Scottish Short Texts

Written by Willie McGuire, Carolyn Cunningham
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National 5 & Higher English: Scottish Short Texts by Willie McGuire, Carolyn Cunningham

This title is endorsed by SQA. Shows students how they can enhance their writing skills and improve their National 5 grade, by detailing the basic Portfolio requirements and illustrating different writing forms that may be used. Writing skills in the Folio submission make up 30% of the marks in National 5 English, and this book has been written to show students how they can enhance those writing skills and improve their National 5 grade at the same time! As well as detailing the basic Folio requirements, the book explains and illustrates different writing forms that may be used, the 'writing process' and assessment criteria. Common errors - and how to avoid them - are illustrated, and suggested answers are also provided to typical tasks. - A completely authoritative one-volume guide to the Folio writing process, which makes up 30% of a candidate's grade at National 5 - Written by a highly experienced examiner and setter - Provides practical, down-to-earth guidance for students about the 'writing process'

About the Author

Willie McGuire is Lecturer in the School of Education at the University of Glasgow.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
176 pages

Author

Willie McGuire, Carolyn Cunningham
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Publisher

Hodder Gibson an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

28th November 2014

ISBN

9781471837449


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