AQA AS Eng Lang Lit B - Question 2 Revision: Steer match up

10 example steer questions to which two of the texts can be linked to each one in practice for question 2 of the exam.

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ENG LANG LIT B ­ STEER MATCH UP (Q2 62 MARKS)
Cut out the steers and texts and match unique texts to each steer.
Compare two texts from the Anthology which deal with the experience of
eating out in a restaurant.
Compare two texts from the Anthology in which the spoken voice features
prominently.
Compare two texts from the Anthology in which aspects of each writer's
personality and attitudes are prominent.
Compare two texts from the Anthology which concern people's decisions
about what and where they eat food.
Compare two texts in the Anthology which provide information as their main
purpose.
Compare a pair of texts drawn from any two of the three literary genres.
Compare two texts from the Anthology which seem to have a restricted
target audience.
Compare two texts from the Anthology which might arouse feelings of shock
or discomfort in some readers.
Compare two texts from the Anthology which appear to you to show the
simple and/or the luxurious approach to food.
Compare two texts from the Anthology which appear to demonstrate either
the appealing or the disgusting aspects of food, or both.
Compare two texts from the Anthology which appear to you to show the
different significance of food in people's lives.

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ENG LANG LIT B ­ STEER MATCH UP (Q2 62 MARKS)
Cut out the steers and texts and match unique texts to each steer.
The Butcher's Shop Eating out The Sweet Menu
Grandpa's Soup The Coming of the Glory Glory Be to
Yams and Mangos and Chocolate
Mountain Honey
Receipt to make Soup Beef Stroganoff Why we all need to
eat red meat
Tripe Seven simple steps...…read more

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