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Unit 1 and 2 WJEC English

Revision Tips
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Rebecca Abrahamson

on 14 June 2011

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Transcript of Unit 1 and 2 WJEC English

Unit 1 and 2 Revision WJEC English GCSE This question tests reading and understanding text, and selecting material
appropriate to purpose. Unit 1 Question 2 This question tests reading and understanding text, and selecting material
appropriate to purpose. It also tests how writers use linguistic, grammatical,
structural and presentational features. UNIT 1 Question 1 This question tests the ability to read and understand texts, and select material
appropriate to purpose, and develop and sustain interpretation of writers' ideas and
perspectives. Unit 1Question 3 Unit 1Question 4 This question tests the ability to select material appropriate to purpose, to collate
material from different sources and make comparisons and cross-references as
appropriate. Unit 2 An understanding of purpose, audience and format is particularly important in this
type of writing. As the task is of a functional nature, an understanding of 'real life'
uses of English is also important. Band 3 6-7 marks C Grade on Foundation Paper
• a range of grammatical structures is used to vary the length and focus of sentences
• simple, compound and complex sentences are used to achieve particular effects
• a range of punctuation is used accurately to structure sentences and texts, sometimes to
create deliberate effects, including parenthetic commas
• most spelling, including that of irregular words, is usually correct
• control of tense and agreement is secure Letters - informal and formal
Article - newspaper/internet
Talk - to class on a topic
Guidebook entry Reading:
Internet page
Article
Advert
Letter
Newspaper
Non-fiction extract
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