As you know (because you’re probably dreaming about assessment objectives right now – don’t worry, it won’t last forever), AO2 will examine you on how well you understand language, form and structure. When it comes to be tested on form and structure, what our friendly examiner is looking for is how well you understand the … Continue reading GCSE LITERATURE: WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FORM AND STRUCTURE?
Here’s another one that lots of you are worrying about. AO2 in the AQA English Lit exam will examine you on language, form and structure: the language techniques the writer uses (such as simile, metaphor, alliteration etc.) the way he/she lays the writing out: short and long sentences, paragraph lengths, stanzas (if it’s a poem), … Continue reading GCSE LITERATURE: HOW TO WRITE EFFECTIVELY ABOUT LANGUAGE
This is the section that most students don’t prepare for (I mean, how to you prepare for a writing task that you haven’t seen before?) However, if you make sure you tick the boxes the examiner wants to see, you’ll be a long way ahead of most of the others who take this exam. And … Continue reading SECTION B AQA ENGLISH LANGUAGE: HOW TO TAKE A BORING PHOTO AND WRITE AN INTERESTING RESPONSE