Suitable for: Anyone wishing to increase their knowledge and understanding of the English language with a core qualification.
Students study a range of personal and imaginative writing, texts from different cultures and a Shakespeare play. They then submit coursework based on their reading and class discussions.
Above all, your GCSE examination is designed to assess the following: Reading. Writing. Speaking and Listening. Suitable for: Anyone interested in improving the level of their spoken and written Enlgish
As part of this course, you'll learn the importance of things like punctuation and learn how to write reports and letters clearly. But, as well as this, you'll learn how to express yourself with more imaginative writing, and discover the pleasure you can get from reading fiction and poetry. Suitable for: With this GCSE qualification, a number of...
Students learn the rules of grammar and the intricacies of punctuation. 1. Learn to write concisely and with clarity and will apply this knowledge to a number of practical writing tasks, such as report and letter writing. Suitable for: Students returning to education
The course aims to enable you to develop your skills in reading, writing and understanding the English language, and to achieve a GCSE qualification.
You will look at the way English is used in books, articles,adverts and speech whilst studying how to write English fordifferent audiences. You will also develop your speaking skills. The course consists of an examination and coursework elements. Successful completion leads to a nationally recognisedqualification at the end of the first year....
GCSE English classes are offered at various times throughout the week to cater for daytime and evening students. It is a one year course and classes are 2.5 hours per week. The GCSE English course integrates English Literature with English Language. The two subjects enable learners to achieve a combined grade up to A* by means of the higher tier of...
A combination of coursework and examination and involves the study of a Shakespeare play, Media, Creative Writing, and Prose and Poetry elements.
To develop skills of understanding written and spoken English skills in order to express yourself confidently in writing and speaking.
This course aims to improve understanding and skill in the use of language through a variety of work involving writing and speaking English. It enables students to develop the effectiveness of their self-expression and thereby increase their potential at work and in a range of other subject areas.
Developing your reading, writing and analytical skills through writing assignments, poetry, Shakespeare and contemporary material from real life contexts.
Above all, your GCSE examination is designed to assess the following: Reading. Writing. Speaking and Listening. Suitable for: Anyone interested in studying some of the great works of English Literature
These are very transferable skills that will assist you in other courses and in employment, some students who are successful at GCSE can go on to study English at AS and then A2 level.
The GCSE English course offers opportunities for developing the Complementary Studies of speaking, listening, reading and writing.
You will need GCSE English if you plan to go to University or do a full teacher training qualification, and many employers also require it. It is a rewarding and challenging course which will develop your speaking, listening, reading and writing skills and give you the confidence to use these at work or in further study. The topics and activities...
This GCSE English course includes Language and Literature. Topics include: Comparison of selected poets - Simon Armitage & Carol Ann Duffy. Media text. Shakespeare text - Romeo and Juliet. Prose study - Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. Essay writing. Writing in a range of styles (formal, imaginative, personal, descriptive etc). Responding to texts,...
If you want to improve your grade in GCSE English or progress in your studies or career then this is an essential course. We will give you lots of help and guidance to improve your coursework and exam standards. The skills you learn will be invaluable in other areas of your life and career.
To develop your communication skills in writing and speaking, and to develop your