GCSE English for OCR Student Book: Student Book

GCSE English for OCR Student Book: Student Book

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By (author) John Reynolds, By (author) Nicola Ashton, By (author) Jane Blackburn, By (author) Liz Ekstein, By (author) Joanne Irving, By (author) Mel Peeling, By (author) Christine Smith, By (author) Liz Hanton

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  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Format: Paperback | 160 pages
  • Dimensions: 219mm x 276mm x 8mm | 465g
  • Publication date: 25 March 2010
  • Publication City/Country: Oxford
  • ISBN 10: 019832944X
  • ISBN 13: 9780198329442
  • Illustrations note: Illustrations (chiefly col.), ports. (chiefly col.)
  • Sales rank: 1,518,855

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GCSE English for OCR offers a comprehensive, endorsed package of classroom-friendly resources fully in line with the 2010 OCR GCSE English specifications. Written by OCR examiners and Teachit contributors, it offers teachers and students a simple, clear approach to the specification, with accessible texts, stimulating activities and plenty of guidance on preparing for exams and controlled assessment. This student book covers foundation and higher levels, delivering course requirements in a way that works in real classrooms.

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HOW TO APPROACH UNIT 1: READING LITERARY TEXTS ; 1.1 Literary Texts: How Meaning is Constructed ; 1.2 Evaluating How Texts are Interpreted ; 1.3 Literary Heritage Texts in Context ; 1.4 Exploring Different Cultures and Traditions ; PREPARING FOR UNIT 1 ; SAMPLE TASKS, STUDENT RESPONSES AND EXAMINER'S COMMENTS ; HOW TO APPROACH UNIT 2: IMAGINATIVE WRITING ; 2.1 Media ; 2.2 Text Development ; PREPARING FOR UNIT 2 ; SAMPLE TASKS, STUDENT RESPONSES AND EXAMINER'S COMMENTS ; HOW TO APPROACH UNIT 3: SPEAKING AND LISTENING ; 3.1 Individual Contribution ; 3.2 Group Activity ; 3.3 Drama ; PREPARING FOR UNIT 3 ; SAMPLE TASKS AND EXAMINER'S COMMENTS ; HOW TO APPROACH UNIT 4: INFORMATION AND IDEAS ; SECTION A: NON-FICTION AND MEDIA ; 4.1 Non-Fiction: How Meaning is Constructed ; 4.2 Evaluating How Texts are Interpreted ; PREPARING FOR UNIT 4 SECTION A ; SAMPLE TASKS, STUDENT RESPONSES AND EXAMINER'S COMMENTS ; SECTION B: WRITING INFORMATION AND IDEAS ; 4.3 Choosing Content, Style and Language ; 4.4 Adapting Form to a Range of Styles and Genres ; PREPARING FOR UNIT 4 SECTION B ; SAMPLE TASKS, STUDENT RESPONSES AND EXAMINER'S COMMENTS