english language gcseWatch
To get in the higher levels for question 4, you want to discuss why the writers may be of this viewpoint and perhaps what they're viewpoints are outside of the text. So if the text was focused around why the dislike teenagers on the bus, perhaps they always dislike teenagers because of previous negative experiences. Always explore quotations in detail and make alternative interpretations when possible - even if it seems silly just make the point if you can prove it. If you struggle to understand certain words, don't worry. Just pick out the easiest quotations which you can explore the most out of - you don't need loads and loads of quotations - i normally discuss 2 or 3 quotations from each source.
They're the questions that carry the most marks so getting these 2 correct and to the highest level matter the most. Hope that helps a little and makes sense ahahah.