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Hello!

Can someone please explain the following AO's on the Markscheme:


  • Content is well judged, sustained and pretinent, engaging the reader's interest firmly

  • The writing is well crafted in an appropriate form with a distinctive structural or stylistic features

  • Paragraphs are effectively varied in length and structure to control detail and progression

  • There is sophisticated organisation of detailed content within and between paragraphs

  • A wide range of ambitious, appropriate vocabulary is used to create deliberate effect or convey precise meaning.


In a simpler way. Examples will also be nice .

Thanks .
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Content isn't boring.
Content is appropriate to audience.
Content is well paragraphed.
Content isn't messy and follows a logical order/isn't all over the place.
Content isn't written as "yeah but then and if it got stuff"


is my interpretation
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(Original post by Ramadulla)
Hello!

Can someone please explain the following AO's on the Markscheme:


  • Content is well judged, sustained and pretinent, engaging the reader's interest firmly

  • The writing is well crafted in an appropriate form with a distinctive structural or stylistic features

  • Paragraphs are effectively varied in length and structure to control detail and progression

  • There is sophisticated organisation of detailed content within and between paragraphs

  • A wide range of ambitious, appropriate vocabulary is used to create deliberate effect or convey precise meaning.


In a simpler way. Examples will also be nice .

Thanks .
1)You have a firm knowledge of what/who you are writing for. You are convincing in what you are writing and have used sources (if appropriate) where necessary, and in a necessary form.
2)You show you have planned what you are going to write, and show knowledge of the genre of what you're writing for in terms of how you have structured your text.
3)You have a clear and competent understanding of how sentences are formed to engage the audience (i.e. you wouldn't write a book for children aged 4-5 with sentences which are three lines long, and with more complex punctuation)
4)You have set out what you have written in a clear manner, and you have a good knowledge of whatever you are talking about, with understanding of how to use paragraphs to encapsulate this information effectively.
5)Know who your audience is. Write in a way which is appropriate to the audience, and make sure you don't diverge away from your audience. Know how to control your language to express the point you are trying to with as much precision as possible.

Sadly, because I don't have any context to work on here (i.e. if you're a KS3, GCSE, AS, A2 English Language/Literature student) I can't really give you specific help. Sorry.
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