Engligh 2.2 Analyse specified aspect(s) of studied visual or oral text(s), supported by evidence
- Use exemplars or examples of student work as a model for your own answers.
- Make sure the writing is your own. You may not use or repeat material from exemplars or samples, or work written by other students.
- View or listen to the text several times from beginning to end.
- Practise planning and writing essays of 350–400 words within the time limit.
- Choose a question that suits your text and that you understand fully.
- Answer the question by applying your knowledge rather than memorising essays.
- Use keywords in the question to help focus your answer and to link back to the question at the end of each paragraph.
- Plan your answer and select appropriate evidence to support your points.
- Use the correct terminology to help analyse ideas.
- Answer all parts of the question.
- Memorise quotations so they are accurate.
- Respond to the question by explaining what the text made you think about.
- Demonstrate a wider knowledge of the text by showing how each feature of the text relates, connects, and influences the other.
- Make sure you use the correct answer booklet for your text.
- To help make your meaning clear it is important to aim for quality writing and to check your spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
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