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Lang/Lit: AQA English Language and Literature

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Transcript of Lang/Lit: AQA English Language and Literature

AQA English Language and Literature
Course Overview: Term by Term
Year One:
Term One: 'Remembered Places' (exam)
Term Two: 'Imagined Worlds' (exam)
Term Three: 'Poetic Voices' (exam)
Term Four: revision
Year Two:
Term One: 'Dramatic Encounters' (exam)
Term Two: 'Writing About Society' (exam)
Term Three: revision
Term Four: revision

* Investigation (coursework) through Year Two
'Remembered Places'
Paper One:
'Paris' anthology
non-fiction texts
comparative analysis
'recasting' creative task
'Poetic Voices'
Paper One:
Poetry
'Poetic Voices' anthology
Poems from Carol Ann Duffy's 'Mean Time'
Comparative analysis
Conflict: 'Dramatic Encounters'
Paper Two:
'A Streetcar Named Desire' by Tennessee Williams
Drama
Focus on the dramatic conflict

'Imagined Worlds'
Paper One:
Prose fantasy genre
'The Handmaid's Tale' by Margaret Atwood
Literary and linguistic analysis
Closed book
Extract included
Conflict: 'Writing About Society'
Paper Two:
'The Great Gatsby' by F Scott Fitzgerald or 'The Kite Runner' by Khaled Hosseini
Prose
'Recasting' task, plus reflective commentary
The Investigation
Coursework:
conduct your own thematic investigation: e.g. compare and contrast the way a specific theme is presented in the opening of both a novel and a non-fiction text
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