GCSE English Language not only gives you the reading and writing skills you’ll need for life, it is your golden ticket to apply for other courses, apprenticeships and jobs – having a grade 4/C or above at GCSE English is now a standard requirement.
This course will cover:
Explorations in creative reading and writing:
- In section A, reading a literature fiction text in order to consider how established writers use narrative and descriptive techniques to capture the interest of readers
- In section B, writing your own creative text, inspired by the topic that you have responded to in section A to demonstrate your narrative and descriptive skills in response to a written prompt, scenario or visual image.
Writers’ viewpoints and perspectives:
- In section A, reading two linked sources from different time periods and genres in order to consider how each presents a perspective or viewpoint to influence the reader
- In section B, producing a written text to a specified audience, purpose and form in which you give your own perspective on the theme that has been introduced to you in section A.
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664 Nuthall Road
Date / time:
Start: 5th September 2022
End: 9th June 2023
Fees / reductions:
Tuition fee: £362
Fees shown are for 2021/22. Fees for 2022/23 are yet to be confirmed.
If you have been a UK resident for 3 years and not already achieved GCSE at Grade C or above, you will not have to pay any tuition fees.
If you already have a Grade C and are aged 23 or over you may have to pay a higher fee than the one shown.
Course code: C000463 / Q000705
GCSE English Language
You must have a GCSE English Language grade 3/D or Functional Skills Level 2 and undertake an initial assessment. The results of the initial assessment must show that you are ready to study GCSEs.
GCSE English Language AQA 8700 – Two written paper exams:
You could progress onto:
This course is free unless applicants have already achieved a grade C or 5/4 in the new system. If you are looking to improve to a higher grade the fees are then applied.
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