My OCR EMC Language and Literature Collection So Far…
Introduction to AS/A2 language study
Designed to be used with OCR EMC however can be used for any language/ language and literature specification
Range of activities
Explanations and practical approaches to:
Accent & Dialect
I use this scheme before introducing the anthology (OCR EMC) as it supports in independent analysis of the anthology and unseen texts.
OCR Language and Literature EMC Course guide and anthology context companion
outline of the course
context supporting the anthology
Creative Writing project- OCR Language and Literature
can be used for other exam boards with a creative writing element to them
work booklet with terminology, examples and tasks.
Language analysis of story openings
short story tasks
Non-Fiction Project to support component 1 of OCR language and literature booklet
works with any exam board for language
provides examples and tasks to help students understand the modes, purposes and audiences of a text
covers types of non-fiction- traits and styles etc.
OCR EMC Independent Project Companion
Outlines Task 1 and 2
provides overviews of the set texts to pick from
Tips on picking a comparison text
Anthology Text Lessons
Chief Joseph Surrender Speech, 1877 and Visit to Washington DC, 1879
Alan Bennett Diary- 2000
Edward VIII: Abdication Speech, 1936
Alistair Cooke: The Death of Marilyn Monroe, 1962
NSPCC: Hello, Can You Help Me?
Julia Gillard: Speech to the Australian Parliament, 2012
Grayson Perry: Reith Lecture, 2013
Caitlin Moran: Twitter Conversation, 2014
Ed Leigh and Tim Warwood: The Snowboarding Final, Sochi, 2014
Letters between Edward and Helen Thomas 1917
Craig Brown- Obama Buys Ice-cream, 2009
Jonathan Swift- A Modest Proposal, 1729
CBBC’s Horrible Histories- The Stone Age Report- 2009
Jeremy Paxman Interview with Dizzee Rascal and Valerie Amo- 2008
Emily Post- The Etiquette Guide, 1922
Russell Brand Evidence to a Parliamentary Select Committee, 2012
Blake poems all annotated.