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  • English Language
    • Section A
      • Spend 12 minutes on the first three questions each.
      • 24 minutes on question 4
      • Question 2
        • Q2 is always about how the picture and headline is  EFFECTIVE and LINKS to the text
          • Interpret the effects the  headline has on the reader
            • Try to focus on specific words in the hedaline
            • Concentrate on the layout that the page has e.g.colums make it seem clear to the reader and is a good way of organising text
            • focus on colour e.g. red= love/danger Blue=Cold/ crisp
      • Question 3
        • Q3 is always about THOUGHTS and FEELLINGS
          • Be perceptive; analyse the texts  and interpret words to convey your ideas
            • Focus on the appropriate individual words and use them in quotations then comment on these words (this will make it easier for you to interpret things
      • Question 1
        • Q1 is  ALWAYS about what you can understand or learn from an article
          • To start off the answer summarise all of the points into one sentence
            • Make sure you go through the text fully and be sure to comment on the things you quote and what they mean.
            • This shows clear evidence that the text is understood
      • Question 4
        • Q4  is possibly the hardest in section A
          • It is a comparison question you must compare source 3 with EITHER  source 1 or source 2
            • Try to plan this question quickly
              • Focus on GAP- Genre Audience Purpose
              • What contrats?How have the writers used their language to different effects?    Cross-  reference  and quote appropriately.
    • Section B
      • Question 5 is  25 minutes
        • In Q5 you will be asked to argue or persuade
          • For an argue question question give evidence and justification to reason your opinion
          • Use  exageration to encourage the reders to agree with you
          • For persuade questions rhetorical questions are your best weapons . You can also ask a questions and then answer yourself
            • Try to look at famous speeches and use some of their techniques e.g M.L King's "I Have a Dream"
      • Question 6
        • To inform,explain or describe
          • Use a healthy range of vocabulary in your sentences
          • To inform try to present a wide range of interesting information
            • Write from a NON-biased point of view.
            • Focus on Who What When and Where
          • To explain  present interesting facts
            • When explaining focus on HOW and WHY
          • When answering a describe question make sure to use things like Adjectives, adverbs, imagery, repetition and personification.
            • Focus on trying to create a picture in the readers mind and drawing into your world.
        • Question 6 lasts 35 minutes
  • Section A
    • Spend 12 minutes on the first three questions each.
    • 24 minutes on question 4
    • Question 2
      • Q2 is always about how the picture and headline is  EFFECTIVE and LINKS to the text
        • Interpret the effects the  headline has on the reader
          • Try to focus on specific words in the hedaline
          • Concentrate on the layout that the page has e.g.colums make it seem clear to the reader and is a good way of organising text
          • focus on colour e.g. red= love/danger Blue=Cold/ crisp
    • Question 3
      • Q3 is always about THOUGHTS and FEELLINGS
        • Be perceptive; analyse the texts  and interpret words to convey your ideas
          • Focus on the appropriate individual words and use them in quotations then comment on these words (this will make it easier for you to interpret things
    • Question 1
      • Q1 is  ALWAYS about what you can understand or learn from an article
        • To start off the answer summarise all of the points into one sentence
          • Make sure you go through the text fully and be sure to comment on the things you quote and what they mean.
          • This shows clear evidence that the text is understood
    • Question 4
      • Q4  is possibly the hardest in section A
        • It is a comparison question you must compare source 3 with EITHER  source 1 or source 2
          • Try to plan this question quickly
            • Focus on GAP- Genre Audience Purpose
            • What contrats?How have the writers used their language to different effects?    Cross-  reference  and quote appropriately.

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Hedaline
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