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1b Assessment Objectives

1b Assessment Objectives

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Published by William Burn
Notes on the GCSE Poetry assessment objectives.
Notes on the GCSE Poetry assessment objectives.

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Published by: William Burn on Mar 26, 2010
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Edexcel GCSE English B 1204Examination One / Paper 4HModern Poetry Anthology
There will be one question set on the collection of poetry that you are studying(Identity).You must answer one question, which will be assessed for reading. The question willfocus on at least two poems. At least one poem will be named.
Assessment Objectives
You are required to demonstrate the ability to read with insight and engagement, makingappropriate references to texts and developing and sustaining interpretations of them.You are further required to understand and evaluate how writers use linguistic,structural and presentational devices to achieve their effects; and to comment on theways that language varies and changes.
Edexcel GCSE English Literature (1213)Modern Poetry Anthology
There will be two questions set on the collection of poetry that you are studying(Identity).You must answer one question only.You must write about a minimum of two poems, at least one of which will be named in thequestion. You will be required to compare that poem with at least one other poem,which may be named, or may be selected by you.Note that the two examinations, in English and English Literature, will refer todifferent named poems.
Assessment Objectives
You will be asked to explore relationships and comparisons between poems, selecting andevaluating relevant material.You will also be asked to explore the language, structure and form of the poems.

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