English Language and Literature for AQA B
Revised and updated to cover the set texts in the AQA B specification, this second edition focuses on the assessment objectives - showing students how to achieve maximum marks - and offers exam and coursework tips throughout to help students get good grades.
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1st-person 3rd person ACT V ITY ACT V TY Activity adjectives Adrian Mole adverbs alliteration analyse anthology aspects Assessment Objectives attitudes and values Bonecrunching character choice colloquial features commentary on page commentary on pages concepts connotations context dialect diary discourse effect English English Language Estuary English example extract feel final A Level final AS mark formal free indirect speech genre grammar graphology identify indirect speech Julie Burchill Language and Literature language change Level mark Lewis Carroll listeners look meaning metaphors metonyms Module narrative narrator non-finite verb non-standard nouns onomatopoeia perspective phrases poems pronoun pronunciation purpose and audience question re-draft read the commentary Read the following reader refers Roald Dahl script sentence structure simple skills social someone sound speaker spoken language story style Sue Townsend suggest talk task verb vocabulary voice words writing written text