English Language A Level AQA Course Companions

English Language A Level AQA Course Companions

Language and Gender

Language and Occupational Groups

 

Topics covered include:
Gender

  • Deficit Theory
  • Dominance Theory
  • Difference Theory
  • Laughter
  • Sexual identity
  • Socialisation

Occupational Groups

  • Hierarchy and Power
  • Specialist Lexis
  • Discourse Structure
  • Convergence and Divergence
  • Occupational Address
  • Saving Face

Explore language diversity in its various social contexts with
this comprehensive pack of notes and theories, engaging student
activities and exam-style questions. Flexible format to support
your teaching of the new 2015 AQA specification.

Uses a stimulating and relevant range of unseen written, spoken
and electronic sources – perfect for the synoptic approach of the
new spec!

  • Versatile worksheets with regular tasks and discussion points
    encourage reflective thinking and spark debate
  • Methods of language analysis integrated throughout activities
  • Varied examples provided and complex theories explained in an
    accessible way
  • ‘Synoptic Opportunities’ help students recognise how the
    topics merge with, support or contrast one another

Plus Vital Exam Practice!

  • Exam-style questions prep students to achieve top marks
    across the AOs
  • Indicative content included

All in one place! No other resource, including
the AQA-approved textbook, covers the relevant theory in this
detail
D MacDonald, Teacher and Independent Reviewer

 

Price is 7237: £89, 7238: £79 — Includes photocopiable master with site licence; electronic copies available. Orders are normally dispatched in 2-5 working days.
Click here for full details and to order.

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