It also seems that not a lot of people take English Language A2 as a subject.
So I was just wondering if anyone has any tips to get a high grade (B and above, after scraping a B last year).
Hope this helps Hi, I am doing A2 English on the OCR exam board and the exam questions that I have handed in over the past few months have been B's and A's.
Hope this helps Thanks so much for taking time to reply.
Also I think it would be extremley helpful if I could look at an essay of yours.
Anyway, I'm alright with all the content and terminology it's just applying it and structuring it so that it all makes sense.Overall, I would say it's the structure and how to apply the concepts but any help would be useful. Also I think it would be extremley helpful if I could look at an essay of yours.Overall, I would say it's the structure and how to apply the concepts but any help would be useful.I'm not sure if you already use this but basically it's applied to everything across the whole exam and the most important ones are Genre, Audience and Purpose.So, say you get an advert as the text, you analyse it looking for linguistic features and how the genre, audience, and purpose impact them: e.g.The impact of the long s, or how amelioration would link to concept.With, child acquisition I have no clue how to structure tbh as do all of my class, due to our teacher constantly focusing on her English Lit students so I'm quite baffled about the structuring.And then they you're meant to structure and apply concepts in section 3).Then language change is alright but I also find it difficult to structure and explain the purpose of why they've been used I.e.Students explore examples of language in use and apply concepts and methods appropriate for the analysis of language.Students can undertake an independent investigation in an area of particular interest.