wk 5.1 General - Reading for understading, command words, skimming and scanning
wk 5.2 A01 and A04 Ques 4 - Comprehension and Reading Skills, justifying your opinions by identifying specific information
Wk 6.1 Building skills for Paper 1, A01 and A04 - Explicit and implicit meanings, inerences through film clips
Wk 11.2 A04 Ques 4 – Your impressions on writer’s effect using language, structure, tone, imagery, word choice
Further tasks A04 Ques 4 - Evaluate The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini, Don’t Look Now by Daphne Du Maurier
Tasks included - extracts inserted below
Here are 4 extracts from 4 separate short stories.
The titles and authors are listed below;
Your first task is to skim the short stories and match the titles with each excerpt in the allotted spaces below
Answer the comprehension questions fully and concisely.
Comprehension – Retrieving Information
Justifying your opinions
A01 and A04 - Pat Barker's 'Border Crossing' and George Orwell's '1984'
Attempt at answering Ques 1 and Ques 4 from the text extract '1984' by George Orwell
Read through the marking descriptors and use appropriate vocabulary as listed when answering the questions.
Explicit and Implicit meanings
Through Film clips
and a text extract - ‘The Necklace’ by Guy de Maupassant, 1884
Here you will work on 4 short extracts from -
The Monkeys Paw by W.W. Jacobs, 1902
The Red Room by H.G. Wells, 1894
The Necklace by Guy de Maupassant, 1884
The Third Wish by Joan Aiken, 1955
Read, underline, annotate – the explicit and implicit information the writer has provided. What will your inferences be. Follow the instructions on the worksheet.
Your impressions of the writer’s effect using language, structure, tone, imagery, word choice
Was it successful or not??
Read and answer the question using the grid
Fill out the grid in helping you answer A04 Ques 4 appropriately.
Summarize using the additional analytical vocabulary
Read the entire extract, then pay close attention to the question.
Included is a possible example of a response - only use it to compare your response.
Answer the exam style question