Gcse christmas carol essays

Writing about A Christmas Carol for GCSE Wide Reading (AQA/NEAB syllabus). The National Curriculum in England and Wales requires pupils in Key Stages 3 and 4 to study at least two prose works, written before the 20 th century by authors from a short list . Most GCSE syllabuses (perhaps all - I've not read the lot) require pupils to study at least one such work as part of their examination, either for coursework or the final exam. The AQA/NEAB requires students to respond to at least one prose work (it could be more) by an author on the list and to write about at least one other literary work by "an author with a well-established critical reputation whose works were published after 1900". These authors are not listed. One rather absurd consequence is that pupils can write about a novel by Thomas Hardy (all published before the 20 th century and any of his poems (which includes most of the best ones) published after 1900. Equally absurdly, some of the works of . Wells qualify for the first category while others don't.

Contribution:  1/3 of the overall mark for the course.
This paper includes synoptic questions that draw on any of the topics in the specification as well as the core practicals studied throughout the course.

Note: Overall, a minimum of 20% of the marks across the three papers will be awarded for mathematics at Level 2 or above.

Science Practical Endorsement: In addition to the three written exams at the end of the course, the course offers a Science Practical Endorsement which is composed of 18 Core Practicals that are taught as part of the two year course. These are designed to allow students to learn a range of practical skills and apply key experimental techniques, thus developing both a conceptual and theoretical understanding of experimental methods. As such they also constitute a key element within the Paper 3 exam.

Gcse christmas carol essays

gcse christmas carol essays


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