A Level English Language Textual Meanings and RepresentationsQuick View
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A Level English Language Textual Meanings and Representations

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A series of lessons focusing on how to approach the 3 questions on Paper 1 Section A (AQA). It includes advice on the question, a staggered approach, texts and model answers. This really helped my students build on their confidence in approaching these exam questions.
A Level English Language Paper 1 Section A | Meanings and Representations RevisionQuick View
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A Level English Language Paper 1 Section A | Meanings and Representations Revision

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This document was compiled in preparation for the AQA A Level Examination for English Language and goes into detail about how to answer Section A (Meanings and Representations/Textual Variations) appropriately and to a high level. It goes in depth into lexis, semantics, phonology, grammar, pragmatics, discourse and graphology- perfect for achieving a Band 5 level answer for your exams. Hope this helps!
A Level English Language: Meanings & RepresentationsQuick View
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A Level English Language: Meanings & Representations

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A full lesson which is used as part of a series of lessons (more to follow) designed to prepare students for an assessment for Textual Meanings and Representations on Paper 1 (AQA). This lesson focuses on the first question. I will be uploading a lesson for the second question and for the comparison question too. The focus is exam strategy and practising skills. Includes a part model answer and a text.
Grammar (Meanings and Representations) English Language A-LevelQuick View
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Grammar (Meanings and Representations) English Language A-Level

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Full SOW for Grammar and Meanings and Representations. 5 lessons covering phrases, active and passive voice, SVOCA and sentence functions & types. Include full explanations, practice questions, application activities and answers. Detailed ppts and detailed handouts in the booklet that match the lessons. Knowledge Organisers for Meanings and Representations: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12438221 Lexis SOW: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12615625 Semantics SOW: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12615631
Semantics (Meanings and Representations) English Language A-LevelQuick View
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Semantics (Meanings and Representations) English Language A-Level

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Semantics booklet covering 5 lessons including key terms, practice questions and application tasks. Knowledge organisers for Meanings and Representations: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12438221 Lexis Scheme of Work: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12615625
A Level English Language - Textual Meanings and RepresentationsQuick View
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A Level English Language - Textual Meanings and Representations

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A full lesson that follows on from a previous upload using an article about Prince Harry and Megan Markle. This lesson is Text B in a mock Paper 1 Section A (AQA) exam paper - the older text from 1946 focused on Princess Elizabeth and Philip. The lesson leads students through the approach to this question in the exam with strategies for approaching the older text contextually. A lesson will be uploaded later to use the two texts for the comparison question.
A Level English Language Paper 1 Section A- Variations & Representations- Lexis/Semantics (Lesson 3)Quick View
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A Level English Language Paper 1 Section A- Variations & Representations- Lexis/Semantics (Lesson 3)

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A lesson for the study of the A Level paper Paper 1 Language, The Individual and Society, Section A- Textual Variations and Representations. New Specification 2017 Aimed at Year 12 students but could be adapted for other year groups. Using Jamie Oliver as a stimulus, students begin to consider how they investigate a text. This lesson is aimed to develop their word class/semantic field analysis skills. Brief overview of topics covered in this double (12 slides): Jamie Oliver Fifteen Website blurb for students to analyse Semantic fields Word Classes activity with prompt sheet Idiom activity 'How to analyse a text' guided model Discussion of how context affects meanings and representations. Additional guidance for some of the activities has been written in the notes sections of the PPT slides. More lessons on each of the language levels will be available.
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AQA A level Language

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This is a practice paper for Section A Meanings and Representations comparing a blog on the People’s Vote March in 2019 and a Suffrage march in Washington in 1913.
AQA A level English Language RevisionQuick View
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AQA A level English Language Revision

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A range of 10+ lessons for AQA A level Language revision covering all topics for Paper 1 and 2; Child language acquisition, meaning and representations, language change, opinion articles, comparison questions… the lot! Lots of example texts, sentence starters, model responses and lessons to practise annotating extracts, analysing, focusing on the mark scheme and developing interpretations.
Edexcel A Level English Language Paper 1A introductory lessons.Quick View
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Edexcel A Level English Language Paper 1A introductory lessons.

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Introductory lessons looking at how to put together an A Level answer. Uses 2008 example texts found in the Edexcel data pack on the Edexcel website https://qualifications.pearson.com/en/qualifications/edexcel-a-levels/english-language-2015.coursematerials.html#filterQuery=category:Pearson-UK:Category%2FSpecification-and-sample-assessments. Looks at how identity is shown in a teenage magazine article vs political speech. Includes template for researching theory. Could easily be adapted for AQA meanings and representations. Includes potential sentence openers/ structures.