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- Introduction to ENGA1 Revision Guide
- ENGA1 Answering the Mode Question
- ENGA1 Mode Question June 2012
- ENGA1 Mode Question June 2012 Exemplar Response
- ENGA1 Mode Analysis Assessment Reminders
- ENGA1 Answering the CLA Question
- ENGA1 CLA Question June 2012
- ENGA1 CLA Question June 2012 Exemplar Response
This pack is to be used in conjunction with the ENGA1 paper set in June 2012, currently available on e-aqa under ‘secure key materials’. It will support exam preparation and practice in a structured and scaffolded way.
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Note that some of the starters listed in the ‘Language and Power’ guide focus on spoken language, particularly referencing status differences and politeness.
It can be interesting to ask students to draft a set of rules for conversations before studying speech in any depth. These can easily be drawn up in pairs and then tested against recorded conversations or transcripts. In some ways, it’s good for students to see that they can use their existing, ‘commonsense’ knowledge of language and yet, at the same time, it...[ read full article ] »
The topic of interaction could be huge, including concepts which are important in a range of sub-topics in linguistic study, including speech, general textual analysis and power. Many A Level specifications do not require students to have considerable knowledge of studies into conversational behaviour, but only to use the terminology which arose out of that research (e.g. three-part exchange or initiation/response/feedback). This guide therefore covers a selection of broad and conceptual theories relating to speech and interaction, which...[ read full article ] »
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