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English Language and Literature A Level at Sir John Hunt Community Sports College

Course description

Unit F671: Speaking Voices
• Study of two substantial prose fiction texts chosen from the set lists
• Analysis of the representation of voice, comparing an extract from one prose fiction text with a
passage of speech transcript
• Comparison of the importance of context on the representation of voice in a second prose
fiction text and in one or more non-fiction, multimodal extracts
Unit F672: Changing Texts
• Study of one substantial text from any literary genre
• Exploration of chosen text and possibilities for multimodal transformation
• Production of own multimodal version of chosen text with supporting commentary

A2 Units
Unit F673: Dramatic Voices
• Study of two drama texts selected from the set lists (one pre-1800, one modern)
• Comparative essay on the representations of power relationships across both selected texts
• An essay requiring detailed critical analysis and an evaluation of the significance of the
contextual factors in relation to either text
Unit F674: Connections across Texts
• Study of one substantial text from any genre in combination with other types of spoken and
written text
• Analytical study exploring relationships between the chosen texts and issues of value, status
and classification
• Production of own text based on the study, with supporting commentary evaluating the
outcome

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Sir John Hunt Community Sports College directly.

Last updated date: 11 November 2014

Key information

  • Start date: Next September
  • Duration: 1-2 Years

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