Aqa English Literature Poetry Relationships Past Papers Gcse

Aqa English Literature Poetry Relationships Past Papers Gcse-14
An example of this would be 'Compare how poets use language to present feelings in Sister Maude and one other poem from Relationships'.

An example of this would be 'Compare how poets use language to present feelings in Sister Maude and one other poem from Relationships'.

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The podcasts that I have listened to so far very much focus on exploring how language is used for effect and are explicitly analytical." "What I like about Audiopi is that it is student-facing: it doesn't just want to help them master the syllabus, it wants to edge them that little bit further." Theo, GCSE student, The Abbey School “I came top of the class all thanks to Audiopi” Students will study one cluster of poems taken from the AQA poetry anthology, Poems Past and Present.

The Love and Relationships poetry cluster consists of 15 poems which are thematically linked and were written between 1789 and the present day.

Hour and Quickdraw were on the specimen paper, which according to my teacher means there's nothing to say they won't come up because technically they haven't been in a real paper which people have sat.

Hi there, How do you know that AQA specified said poems will not feature?

I was wondering for this exam (which I'm also doing): if the question tells you to compare the language used by both poets, how can you include points about other aspects such as structure?

I get the feeling that we would have to include this as well (by the way I'm aiming for an A*).

The reason I would be happy to recommend your product is as I feel it goes further than many resources that are on the market.

For example, many resources that we have used in the past explain what the poems are about but don’t include examples of language analysis.

The following poems won't be on the Higher paper, however: Sister Maude - AQA specified this poem would not feature In Paris With You - AQA specified this poem would not feature Brothers - AQA specified this poem would not feature Sonnet 43 - Appeared in the latest exam, making it extremely unlikely to return so soon Harmonium - Appeared in the latest exam, making it extremely unlikely to return so soon Other poems such as The Manhunt and Nettles are unlikely to feature as well because they have been on the exams.

This doesn't mean they definitely won't return, however, as AQA probably expect people to take less interest in the poems which have come up before.

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