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Edexcel IGCSE English Language B (9-1)

Richard Gent | Sunday March 06, 2016

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Edusites resources for the Edexcel IGCSE English Language B (9-1) are intended to compliment the Edexcel resources available from the Edexcel website. To help teach this specifications and for your students to make measurable progress Edusites has engaged some of the best writers and English experts to both write and moderate these materials ensuring that what we bring to you has a carefully constructed for your classroom practice.

Below are links to the three main resources, please be aware that despite the little links these resources are thoughtful and comprehensive and enable you to develop schemes of learning around them.

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Please use the link below for Edexcel IGCSE English Language B Specific Resources

Section A: Reading

  • Language B Section A Reading Extracts and Mark Schemes

Section B: Reading and Writing

  • Language B Section B Reading and Writing Extracts and Mark Schemes

Section C: Writing

  • Language B Section C Writing Extracts and Mark Schemes

Printable Complete Paper

  • Edusites Exam Paper: Edexcel IGCSE English Language B Paper 1
  • Unseen Fiction Anthology

    Students should read a variety of high-quality, challenging texts, in preparation for responding to unseen extracts in the examination. They should be able to read substantial pieces of writing, including whole and extended texts that make significant demands in terms of content, structure and the quality of the language. Throughout the qualification, students should develop the skills of interpretation and analysis.

    • Text types studied should include a range of forms, such as fiction, poetry, journalism (for example articles and reviews), speeches, journals and reference book extracts.
    • Text types should also include literary non-fiction texts, such as selections from autobiography, letters, obituaries and travel writing. These lists are not exhaustive.
    • Texts that are essentially transient, such as instant news feeds and advertisements, will not form part of the assessment.

    The sample texts that have been produced in this Anthology are based loosely around eight themes to allow for comparison and they illustrate the range of genres described above including fiction and some poetry. Students should build up in their learning a wide portfolio of sources that they can use beyond this in preparation for the exam. Within each anthology theme there is a discussion on how to use this material effectively in the classroom and in assessment and one partial sample set of questions with indicative content for each theme.

    • Edexcel IGCSE English Language B (9-1) Unseen Fiction | Poverty
    • Edexcel IGCSE English Language B (9-1) Unseen Fiction | Sport and Entertainment
    • Edexcel IGCSE English Language B (9-1) Unseen Fiction | War and Espionage
    • Edexcel IGCSE English Language B (9-1) Unseen Fiction | Childhood
    • Edexcel IGCSE English Language B (9-1) Unseen Fiction | Travel
    • Edexcel IGCSE English Language B (9-1) Unseen Fiction | Exploration

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