40/40 model stories for GCSE English Language ?

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So my teachers have been saying to write a story beforehand with really good language devices and descriptions in it and just memories it for the exam so when it comes to the exam you just need to adapt your story to fit with the task. They said to write a story that’s good like that and very flexible but i’m struggling to come up with any ideas, or any stories that are worth more than 30 marks. Does anyone have any ideas or short stories of their own that they could share and i could take inspiration from? Just would like to know what a full mark answer even looks like and the type of stories that are extremely adjustable
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(Original post by Zeinxh)
So my teachers have been saying to write a story beforehand with really good language devices and descriptions in it and just memories it for the exam so when it comes to the exam you just need to adapt your story to fit with the task. They said to write a story that’s good like that and very flexible but i’m struggling to come up with any ideas, or any stories that are worth more than 30 marks. Does anyone have any ideas or short stories of their own that they could share and i could take inspiration from? Just would like to know what a full mark answer even looks like and the type of stories that are extremely adjustable
Honestly don’t rely on memorising a story, if you try to fit any prompt with one you already have it’ll end up pretty weird.
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That's a really good idea thank you! Maybe try and set aside a time each day to sit down for say half an hour and see where that gets you? If that doesn't work then you could try going for a walk to clear your mind and get inspiration. I'd suggest a park or somewhere peaceful.
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