How can I revise for GCSE English Language?Watch
But a lot of it is about skills developed over the years, and natural insight about texts
However, some revision websites give you some good techniques on how to structure your answers.
learn what they expect for an argument, discussion, article, report etc that they can tell you to write
Have a practice at writing out some stories, and think of some possible things you can write about effectively.
You can always adapt these tales to the exam question on the day so its good to have some ideas before you go and sit the paper.
Also, have a go at thinking up some nice metaphors or descriptions you can use when describing things or people. It might gain you a few extra marks.
p.2 talk about a poem
p.3 talk about another poem
p.4 short paragraph of similarities and differences
First: It was FOUR poems
This is the order:
2) First poem - most detail
2) Second poem (compare with first poem)
3) Third poem (compare with aspects of above 2 poems)
4) Fourth poem (compare with aspects of above 3 poems) - shortest paragraph
Oh, and dont forget a conclusion....but as long as you got enough points and explained fully and did ALL FOUR poems...your marks willbe good.
ermm do we not only have 2 poems to compare in the exam? (AQA A)
Ideas/feelings/attitudes or simply TONE
Overall effect/ conclusion