Wjec eduqas gcse english literature poetry anthology
New GCSE English Literature WJEC Eduqas Anthology Poetry Guide - for the Grade 9-1 Course by CGP Books
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The benefits to planning mean that:. In an essay response for poetry, your plan is likely to contain the elements you see in this table:. In an essay response for poetry, your plan is likely to contain the elements you see in this table: Essay section What to include Notes Introduction: one paragraph Brief outline of what you intend to include. Overview of the poem s which are specific to the question being asked. Pay attention to key words and to any bullet points in the question. Introductions should be short and to-the-point. Show that you understand the meaning of the question and indicate how you will answer it.
This assessment will test, through one extract-based question and one essay question on the text as a whole, knowledge and understanding of Macbeth. This section will also test learners' spelling, punctuation and grammar. Learners are not permitted to take copies of the set texts into the examination. In Section B, learners have the opportunity to show their understanding of the poems and the relationships between them and the contexts in which they were written. This assessment will test knowledge and understanding of poetry from to the present day.
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