Meaning: about a child's imaginary friend and the child living/creating a more interesting life, possibly poorer life, and then the loss of innocence imagery: loads cat burgler, image of the childhood innocence, imagery of poverty, imagery of brendan. Compare two texts from the anthology, which present different views about what we should eat text 9 is a newspaper article by john torode on 'why we should all eat red meat' that vibrantly explores the issue of eating red meat and with a 'meat lover' perspective fighting a passionate argument against the 'bad boy of british culture' reputation meat has. Comparing involves directly linking texts through their similarities and differences it is important to move equally between the two texts, and write about them together, not separately. Compare two poems worksheet docx, 15 kb aqa food anthology a modest proposal jonathan swift the brain can remember images much easier than it can a large. The aqa anthology of modern short stories 2 3 when the leaves on the two willows turned yellow and he liked his food.
Looking at the theme of infidelity in both 'the great gatsby' and the love poetry anthology from aqa this presentation prepares students for an essay comparing both texts compare how the authors of two texts you have studied present the theme of infidelity. In this part of the subject content, students explore speech and other genres they study a wide range of linguistic and generic features, as well as related issues around questions of representation and viewpoint in texts taken from a range of time periods. Specification at a glance these qualifications are linear linear means that students will sit all the as exams at the end of their as course and all the a-level exams at the end of their a-level course.
Compare how the authors of two texts you have studied present barriers to love how the question meets the assessment objectives in this question, as throughout the paper, the assessment objectives are all assessed. My advice would be to read over your notes and the texts before the exam, summarising the main points and interest and making a list of other texts you could compare it with when writing the essay, start by outlining the purpose, audience and form of each text and this differs or is similar and why you thought the texts you chose would be good.
Referring to source 3, 'ferry across the lake' and either source 1 or source 2, you are going to compare the two texts, one of which you have chosen compare the ways in which language is used for effect in the two texts. Introduction to the anthology this guide is written for students and teachers who are preparing for gce as exams in english language and literature it has links to detailed studies of the texts in section 1 and section 2 of the aqa anthology , which is a set text for unit 1 of the aqa's gce specification b for english and english literature. Introduction this guide is written for students and teachers who are preparing for gcse exams in english and english literature this guide gives a general introduction to the aqa anthology, which is a set text for the aqa's gcse syllabuses and to the poetry texts. Learn how to get the examiner to give you an a because of the way you structure your essay. Compare two texts from the anthology, which present different views about what we should eat text 9 is a newspaper article by john torode on 'why we should all eat red meat' that vibrantly explores the issue of eating red meat and with a 'meat lover' perspective fighting a passionate argument against the 'bad boy of british cul.
I basically chose several texts that appealed to me and underneath each text wrote a few focus points and areas of comparison this helped me decide on the title of my question and narrow it down to my selected texts as they all had the common ground of torture and insanity. Here are some resources for the anthology - food glorious food for the ellb1 unit text 1 - the butcher's shop text 2 - eating out text 3 - the sweet menu text 4 - grandpa's soup ellb1 - food anthology exam obs lesson the anthology- introduction lesson 1 meat is murder and text 9. Students are then asked to compare two texts from the anthology which are linked to this steer (such as 'compare two texts from the anthology which present the excitement and adventure of travel [ellb1 january 2009]) candidates are free to choose any 2 of the 32 texts.
Using all the above, work in a pair, to prepare a powerpoint presentation, comparing two of the texts - pick two which seem most different in their representation of paris and the modes of the texts. Comparing two texts whether you are taking foundation or higher, you have to compare two texts on the english/english language paper if you are taking foundation tier , you compare the effect of the presentational devices. 1, students will compare two texts or extracts from the anthology in both as and a level, the examinations are closed text, and texts for analysis will be printed in the paper.
Literacy posters try a big picture approach to literacy across the curriculum, with 10 beautifully designed posters, hand-picked for their simplicity, accessibility and relevance. A-level english language and literature (specification b) question paper unit 1 introduction to language and literature study food glorious food anthology jan 2012 author aqa.
Aqa education (aqa) is a registered charity (number 1073334) and a company limited by guarantee registered in england and wales (number 3644723) our registered address is aqa, devas street, manchester m15 6ex. Assessment unit 1 asks candidates to answer two questions: the first based on an unseen pair of texts the second based on a thematic anthology of texts candidates will take a clean copy of the. Paper two builds on this with two linked texts on the same topic the focus will simply be on what the texts are about and how they are written and won't require any prior knowledge or understanding outside of this. Text 12 displays the authoritative, trustworthy opinions of two critics, exploring the food in different pizza restaurants their opinions have cleverly been constructed to seem almost factual the reader is almost forced to agree with the opinion of the critics.