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Literary heritage and Shakespeare task AQA new Literature GCSE

Discussion in 'English' started by volponefox, Jan 3, 2011.

  1. I I would be really grateful if somebody could point me to the actual tasks for the Unit 3 CA. One of my colleagues says it is in the 'preparing to teach' booklet however I'm not convinced as it says they are 'specimen tasks. Are they the tasks in question which relate to ambition, love, role of hero and conflict?
    Thanks in advance for your help!
     
  2. GloriaSunshine

    GloriaSunshine New commenter

    Definitely log in to e-aqa and look at the tasks in the Secure Materials setion. Don't use the Specimen tasks as they are different.
     
  3. If only it was that simple - I am unable to log into e-AQA although my log on works fine for the digital anthology
     
  4. GloriaSunshine

    GloriaSunshine New commenter

    It's a different login - see your exams officer. From memory, I think you 'apply' online and AQA contact school for confirmation that you are employed at the centre you have listed, Should be done tomorrow if you're back at school.
     
  5. CaptGrimesRetd

    CaptGrimesRetd Occasional commenter

    Choice of four:
    Explore the ways writers present conflict in the texts you have studied
    Explore the ways writers present choices .....
    Explore the ways texts present ideas about people in love
    Explore how a hero is presented in the texts you have studied.
    e-AQA then gives three examples of each,

     

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