A Level English Language
Type: A Level
Entry Requirements: Two grade 5s and three 4s in five subject areas at GCSE, to include a minimum of a grade 4 in Mathematics and English Language.
Start Date: Sep 2022
Course Overview

The study of English Language at A Level will encourage you to discover language, the way in which we use it, the way in which it has changed over time and the variations and manipulations that have emerged due to cultural developments such as social media and urban street slang.

What will I learn?

As such, you will observe how language has evolved over the centuries and where different dialects and accents have become prominent across the regions of the UK. Moving forward from here, you will begin to develop your own identity and style of writing in a creative writing coursework unit. This qualification consists of four units: Language Variation, Child Language, Investigating Language and Creative Writing.

How will the course be assessed?

80% assessment by exam and 20% by a coursework portfolio.

You will also be expected to carry out independent study and other personal development activities alongside your programme, such as additional workshops, an Extended Project Qualification, leisure extracurricular activities, volunteering or work experience, or part-time employment.

Materials and other information

You will study in modern classrooms with interactive learning technology, and will have access to up-to-date resources.

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