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AQA Evaluation of language Englsh Literature

Discussion in 'English' started by johnsmith_french35, May 6, 2012.

  1. Doing revision sessions with Year 11 students... What is the difference between an analysis and evaluation of language/structure/form? Struggling to differentiate between the two!
     
  2. Doing revision sessions with Year 11 students... What is the difference between an analysis and evaluation of language/structure/form? Struggling to differentiate between the two!
     
  3. sleepyhead

    sleepyhead New commenter

    Analyis = close reading of details
    Evaluation = how effectively it's done
    That's what I have always told mine, and it does seem to work
     
  4. Thanks for that :)
    So, would you recommend picking out some relevant detail from the text, and then analysing it in detail (in regards to language, structure of form), and then evaluate it by using words such as 'successfully', 'explicitly', 'effectively'..., then go on to say that something successfully (refer to effect on reader/audience)?
     
  5. sleepyhead

    sleepyhead New commenter

    Definitely.
     

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