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OCR English Language Unseen Fiction Reading Anthology | Conflict »

Paul Dodd | Monday December 04, 2017

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Component Two

Exploring effects and impact

Introduction

From the OCR English Language specification:

‘For the reading of fiction, learners read and respond to unseen prose fiction texts drawn from the 20th and /or 21st century. One text may be literary non-fiction. Learners develop knowledge and understanding of writers’ use of language and techniques to create meaning and effects in narrative fiction and literary non-fiction’.

  • Learners read a wide range of high-quality prose fiction texts drawn from the 20th and/or 21st...
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OCR English Language Unseen Fiction Reading Anthology | Time and Place Part 1 »

Paul Dodd | Monday December 04, 2017

Categories: KS4, OCR GCSE, OCR GCSE English Language 2015, J351 Component 02: Exploring Effects and Impact, J351 Component 02: Exploring Effects and Impact Assessment Pack, J351 Component 02: Exploring Effects and Impact Schemes

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OCR English Language Unseen Fiction Reading Anthology | Time and Place Part 2

Component Two

Exploring effects and impact

Introduction

From the OCR English Language specification:

‘For the reading of fiction, learners read and respond to unseen prose fiction texts drawn from the 20th and /or 21st century. One text may be literary non-fiction. Learners develop knowledge...

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OCR English Language Unseen Fiction Reading Anthology | Time and Place Part 2 »

Paul Dodd | Monday December 04, 2017

Categories: KS4, OCR GCSE, OCR GCSE English Language 2015, J351 Component 02: Exploring Effects and Impact, J351 Component 02: Exploring Effects and Impact Assessment Pack, J351 Component 02: Exploring Effects and Impact Schemes

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OCR English Language Unseen Fiction Reading Anthology | Time and Place Part 1

Part 2

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In this extract is from A Journey by Edith Wharton

In this extract the woman in the story is travelling by train through the night with her desperately ill husband.

Suddenly she thought she heard him call. She parted the curtains and listened. No, it was only a man snoring at the...

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OCR GCSE Eng Lang J351/02 Exploring Effects and Impact: Reading Scheme »

aborland | Thursday October 08, 2015

Categories: KS4, OCR GCSE, OCR GCSE English Language 2015, J351 Component 02: Exploring Effects and Impact, J351 Component 02: Exploring Effects and Impact Schemes, Hot Entries, Narrative, Analysing Narrative, Reading, Identify & Interpret Key Ideas, Language Analysis, Text Comparison, Text Connections, Understanding Structure, Understanding Vocabulary

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Note: this should be used in conjunction with the companion scheme of work OCR GCSE Eng Lang J351/02 Exploring Effects and Impact: Writing Scheme.

See the OCR Specimen Assessment Materials on the OCR website for question papers, mark scheme and exemplars.

What is Assessed

Section A: Reading

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OCR GCSE Eng Lang J351/02 Exploring Effects and Impact: Writing Scheme »

aborland | Thursday October 08, 2015

Categories: KS4, OCR GCSE, OCR GCSE English Language 2015, J351 Component 02: Exploring Effects and Impact, J351 Component 02: Exploring Effects and Impact Schemes, Hot Entries, Writing, Analytical Writing, Comparative Analysis, Language, Punctuation & Grammar, Narrative Writing, Textual Analysis

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  2. OCR GCSE Eng Lang J351/02 Exploring Effects and Impact: Writing Scheme
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Associated Resources

  • OCR Eng Lang J35102 Writing Genres.docx
  • OCR Eng Lang J35102 Oliver Twist Sentences.docx
  • OCR Eng Lang J35102 Creative Pairings.docx

Note: this should be used in conjunction with the companion scheme of work OCR GCSE Eng Lang J351/02 Exploring Effects and Impact: Reading...

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New All Exam Boards GCSE English Language Paper 2 with indicative content and Exam papers »

Richard Gent
Thursday October 12, 2017

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Richard Gent
Tuesday October 03, 2017

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