GCSE English Language and English Literature: Teaching Literature exam texts to progress Language skills
This free of charge AQA training event will enable teachers to explore and reflect on the co-teachability of Language and Literature for current year 11 and as an approach for teaching subject English.
Places are limited to one per school/college per series.
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- To explore best practice in English curriculum design
- To make the most of Literature text choices through supporting the skills required for success in the Language exam
- To consider how to maximise remaining time to strengthen both GCSE Language and Literature and foster greater independence in students
Please note, we won't be covering the changes to exams in 2021 in detail as part of these Fundamental Skills events, but you can visit our specification pages for the latest updates.
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