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AQA English Language:
Unit 1: Understanding and Producing Non-Fiction Text


Section A:
Question 1 [8 marks]: What do you learn...?
Read through the text and annotate where you find what you learn
Find 6-8 important pieces of information
Use PEE to structure your paragraphs ­ Point, Evidence (Quotes),
Explain…

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4th Paragraph: Another point on how the picture is effective
Spend approximately 12 minutes on this question

Question 3 [8 marks]: What are some of the thoughts and
feelings?
Read through the text and annotate thoughts and feelings portrayed
Try to get 4 thoughts and 4 feelings throughout the…

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Analyse use of the technique in text 1
Explain the effect on the reader
Use a connective
Analyse use of the technique in text 2
Explain effect on reader in text 2
6th Paragraph: Conclusion ­ Sum up the ideas (THIS SHOULD BE SHORT)
Here are some examples of…

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comparison/ So/ However/ The second text though/ Alternatively/
Because/ Therefore/So/ Thus/ Consequently/ For example/ Such as/ For
instance/ In particular/ Especially/ Indeed
Spend approximately 24 minutes on this question

Section B:
Question 5 [16 marks]: You will be given a question that asks
you to Describe, Explain or Inform…

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Summing up in last paragraph
Facts
Opinions
Features of an article
Pronouns `we', `our'
Strong opening sentence show views
Emotive language
Concluding sentence
Features of a diary
Purpose to the diary entry
Opinions
Emotive language
Exaggeration
First person
Features of blog
Colloquial language
Wider audience
Content and tone matches…

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Writing to persuade: Convince someone that your view on an issue is
correct ­ Writing a letter or speech
Audience inclusion ­ Pronouns
Facts and statistics
Rhetorical question
Exaggeration
Alliteration
Repetition
Feelings
Opinions
Rule of three
Writing to argue: Pick only ONE side. DO NOT DO A BALANCED
ARGUMENT!!…

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Former Member

So useful! Breakdown of all questions! Thanksx

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