It is essential that students understand not only how to approach the initial stages of establishing a focus and collecting data, but also how to analyse and evaluate that data in a systematic manner and present their findings in a clear, methodical way.
Activities guide students to produce a successful language investigation based on sample data and examples from a range of actual student investigations. Geared towards the 2015 AS and A Level AQA English Language specification and its focus on how meanings and representations are constructed.
Designed to encourage understanding and engagement, the resource is divided into four sections:
- Section A: Assess the successes and weaknesses of real student investigations and allow students to compare their efforts with the exemplars
- Section B: Develop research skills and using concordance software
- Section C: Work with sample data
- Section D: Two high-scoring full investigations written for 2015 specifications which demonstrate different strengths
Also includes two recordings on CD to be used during transcript activities.
‘An excellent resource! It is ideal for teachers and students to develop an understanding of exactly what the examiners are looking for… It makes it clear to students the depth of the material needed in their investigations.’ R Westwell, Teacher and Independent Reviewer
Includes photocopiable master with site licence; electronic copies available. Orders are normally dispatched in 2-5 working days.
Price is £79
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