Monthly Archives: March 2011

The end of the investigation

Hi everyone As we approach the end of the investigation, could everyone please make sure that they bring all data and analysis to the lesson tomorrow. With the deadline for submission on TUESDAY, I would like to check that everyone is on track. I … Continue reading

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Extracts from AQA’s ‘General Information’ about ENGB4

The comments below are taken from a recent document published by AQA. I thought they may be helpful as you focus on the final write-up of your coursework.IntroductionsThere was a marked improvement in the quality and focus of candidates??? introduct… Continue reading

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Media Text

Just a reminder that you should have an idea for your media text by now and be starting to draft it. Remember that it is worth 30 marks so it is important that we look over your draft. Please bring your draft with you on Friday. This email and any… Continue reading

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Miss Hampshire’s lesson on Friday

Just to let you know that it will be independent work on your investigations again on Friday, so make sure you have all appropriate work. Can I also remind you about the media text – don’t leave it until the last minute, it’s important to get your… Continue reading

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David Crystal – Free Lecture in Sheffield – Get Yourself Booked In!

via sheffield.ac.uk Click the link above for details of a free lecture by David Crystal at 6pm on Tuesday 29th March. It’s a fantastic opportunity for anyone with an interest in Language, Literature & Drama to hear our foremost language … Continue reading

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Friday’s lesson

Hi all Friday’s lesson will involve you working independently, so please make sure you have all your relevant investigation materials with you. You should come to the lesson as usual at the beginning. Anybody who feels they need to speak to me 1-2… Continue reading

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Language investigation introductions: framing your research question(s).

A few of you have now done as I asked and drafted an introduction to your investigations. The rest of you really need to catch up with that. Even if your idea changes considerably by the time the coursework is completed, the discipline of getting … Continue reading

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