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Language B Section C Writing Extracts and Mark Schemes

Richard Gent | Wednesday May 16, 2018

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Assessment and Mark Schemes

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Taking the exams

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Marking and grading these exams

  • The resources are based around your marking being a collaborative effort with your students and the online slides facilitate this.
  • Each question has a slide show which takes you and your students through the various levels along with indicative content.
  • Of course you can still mark these exam papers using the slides on your own but we wanted to give you the opportunity to run a feedback class which enabled students to see where they could improve their responses.

Section C: Writing

  • Edexcel IGCSE English Language B Exam Questions Assessment and Mark Schemes
  • Online Mark Scheme Slides for Question 1 - coming this week
  • Online Mark Scheme Slides for Question 2 - coming this week

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...


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