How to annotate perceptively in English Lit and Lang GCSE

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I am in Year 11 however I have no idea on how to pick worthy quotes in texts and annotate them perceptively. Can someone please help me on what to think when looking at texts, how to practice annotating and how to annotate perceptively (In both English Literature and Language I have 3s and my expected is a 7).
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I am in Year 11 however I have no idea on how to pick worthy quotes in texts and annotate them perceptively. Can someone please help me on what to think when looking at texts, how to practice annotating and how to annotate perceptively (In both English Literature and Language I have 3s and my expected is a 7).
Hi vukaloid. What I did is I picked quotes I understood. Because the chances are that if you understand the quote, you will find it easier to annotate and remember. If it is Shakespearean, I'd suggest searching for the translations, if it is more poetic, search for perceptions of the poem and annotate them having understood them
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Hi vukaloid. What I did is I picked quotes I understood. Because the chances are that if you understand the quote, you will find it easier to annotate and remember. If it is Shakespearean, I'd suggest searching for the translations, if it is more poetic, search for perceptions of the poem and annotate them having understood them
What about for Language? If its the first time reading a text how do you annotate it perceptively?
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What about for Language? If its the first time reading a text how do you annotate it perceptively?
What texts are you doing for Lang? Also I’d just search up notes and pick like 4-5 key ones from each paragraph
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What texts are you doing for Lang? Also I’d just search up notes and pick like 4-5 key ones from each paragraph
There isn’t going to be a set text in the exam. It’s going to be a random text
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