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    Section A reading- Question 1 example: (12marks)
    Malaria:the net gains of keeping mosquitoes at bay
    Outline consciously what you learn from the article about malaria and the problems with the use ofmosquito’s nets.
    Use your own words as far as possible.
    • USE OWN WORDS
    • FOCUS ON WHATS BEING ASKED (2 POINTS – WHAT YOU’VE LEARNED AND PROBLEMSWITH THE NETS)
    • OUTLINE CONCIESLY SMALL POINTS IN TEXT
    • ¾ of A4
    • DO NOT PARAPHRASE EACH PARAGRAPH
    *Examiners mark scheme has the points and what you should oftalked about = mark for each point

    Question 2example: Language & Presentation Devices (14marks)
    Malaria:the net gain of keeping mosquitoes at bay
    How does the article convince you of the importance of mosquito nets?
    *In youranswer you should comment on the effectiveness of the writer’s presentation and language.
    Presentation may include reference to thehearing and pictures and the way the article is structure.

    Point
    Evidence
    Explain
    Explore key word/s
    Evaluate impact on reader / why did writer dothis

    Presentation Devices:
    • Headlines
    • Sub-headings
    • Shortsentences
    • Captions
    • Photographs
    • Colour
    • Bold type
    • Italics
    • Differentfont size
    • Powerfulopening/closing line
    • Paragraphlength
    • Layout
    • Linkpresentational feature to use of language. E.g a photograph reinforces the useof the emotive language.
    • Comment &analyse persuasive techniques
    • Explain effect oftechnique and consider how it contributes to the purpose of the article
    • DO NOT JUST FEATURE SPOT
    Question 3– charity fundraising: boring and embarrassing _ unless you join in says comicRobert Webb (14marks)
    How does Robert Webb present his views about charity fundraising in a light hearted but thought provoking way?
    In your answer you should refer closely to the language and tone created.
    • Use quotations& refer to writers views/opinions
    • Are they beingsarcastic? Confrontational? Satirical? Reflective?
    • Remember tocomment on the text’s structure. How does it begin and end? Is your attentiondrawn to any paragraph in particular? How? Why?
    *considerarticle as a whole and how it develops.
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    Section A reading- Question 1 example: (12marks)
    Malaria:the net gains of keeping mosquitoes at bay
    Outline consciously what you learn from the article about malaria and the problems with the use ofmosquito’s nets.
    Use your own words as far as possible.
    • USE OWN WORDS
    • FOCUS ON WHATS BEING ASKED (2 POINTS – WHAT YOU’VE LEARNED AND PROBLEMSWITH THE NETS)
    • OUTLINE CONCIESLY SMALL POINTS IN TEXT
    • ¾ of A4
    • DO NOT PARAPHRASE EACH PARAGRAPH
    *Examiners mark scheme has the points and what you should oftalked about = mark for each point

    Question 2example: Language & Presentation Devices (14marks)
    Malaria:the net gain of keeping mosquitoes at bay
    How does the article convince you of the importance of mosquito nets?
    *In youranswer you should comment on the effectiveness of the writer’s presentation and language.
    Presentation may include reference to thehearing and pictures and the way the article is structure.

    Point
    Evidence
    Explain
    Explore key word/s
    Evaluate impact on reader / why did writer dothis

    Presentation Devices:
    • Headlines
    • Sub-headings
    • Shortsentences
    • Captions
    • Photographs
    • Colour
    • Bold type
    • Italics
    • Differentfont size
    • Powerfulopening/closing line
    • Paragraphlength
    • Layout
    • Linkpresentational feature to use of language. E.g a photograph reinforces the useof the emotive language.
    • Comment &analyse persuasive techniques
    • Explain effect oftechnique and consider how it contributes to the purpose of the article
    • DO NOT JUST FEATURE SPOT
    Question 3– charity fundraising: boring and embarrassing _ unless you join in says comicRobert Webb (14marks)
    How does Robert Webb present his views about charity fundraising in a light hearted but thought provoking way?
    In your answer you should refer closely to the language and tone created.
    • Use quotations& refer to writers views/opinions
    • Are they beingsarcastic? Confrontational? Satirical? Reflective?
    • Remember tocomment on the text’s structure. How does it begin and end? Is your attentiondrawn to any paragraph in particular? How? Why?
    *considerarticle as a whole and how it develops.
    thank you )
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