This is the Adult/Children transcripts for section A and biographies for section B?
Thought it was a breeze. They even instructed you to focus on the child's language and ability to converse in A, and the authors of each text in B were the significance. Each author had reason to present a different angle, shown by... The language used.
Did you actually do anything about child language in your course? This is the first time our college has seen it so it was pretty shocking.
I thought section B was okay but was a bit messed up after the unexpected first section!
And no, we did very little work on language typically used by a child, one transcript of a dentist/child situation. It's enough to just think back and use your personal experience though. The points they wanted you to make were obvious, and the differences from text A and text B pretty obvious too, although the difference was created through the interaction with the adults present, which made it hard not to talk about them for too long.
I wouldn't have minded another half an hour.. Or another hour actually. I set it out 5 mins for reading, 15 for annotations and 55 for writing, per section, for a 2 hour 30 min total. 55 mins writing never seems enough somehow.