We were overwhelmed with the positive feedback and generosity of busy teachers and hope you find this useful. We are sorry that we are unable to include this project within the cost of your subscription but the quality of documents you are looking at is critical and we could not reproduce the In the passage above, Hyde is brutally attacking a vulnerable, respectable old man, Carew.
There is a real sense of engagement with the text. Understanding of the text and how Stevenson presents the character of Hyde is fantastic.
Feedback — not bad but room for improvement! However, there is still scope to focus more on the structure of this sentence? We were overwhelmed with the positive feedback and generosity of you busy teachers and hope you find this useful.
However, this could be supported with further evidence from the text and developed more. This answer shows a good understanding of the text and the main character of Mr Hyde.
Many thanks to all schools who took part in our first mock exam project and thanks again to all the schools who put themselves forward. There is no language, structure or form analysis in this piece. This results in his death, which would have shocked the Victorian audience as to murder a fellow human being meant breaking the Ten Commandments - something that a religious Victorian readership would have thought was unchristianly and evil.
Feedback — much better! Many thanks to all schools who took part in our second mock exam project and thanks again to all the schools who put themselves forward. The candidate discusses how religious the Victorians were and how this impacts on the character of Mr Hyde.
The murder is described as vicious and brutal. We are sorry that we are unable to include this project within the cost of your subscription but the quality of documents you are looking at is critical and we could not The candidate writes accurately, using correct spelling and punctuation.
This is an evil act because murder is a really bad thing and the religious Victorians will have known this and would have thought Hyde was a bad man for breaking the Ten Commandments. Sample answer 1 Stevenson describes Mr Hyde to be evil when he murders Carew.
Their phrasing could be more concise and clearer at points. Section B Mark Scheme Paper 1 Explorations Live Scripts Many thanks to all schools who took part in our second mock exam project and thanks again to all the schools who put themselves A well-written answer which uses correct spelling, punctuation and grammar.
Evidence is used to support the main points.
Using the skills you have learned and revised, try to answer the Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde question. Thus, Stevenson presents Hyde as a brutal murderer to the Victorian audience.Paper 1. AO1 a close knowledge and understanding of prose, poetry and drama texts and.
their contexts. AO2. understanding and appreciation of writers’ uses of the following: characterisation, theme, plot and setting. AO4. Our English Language A, B and English Literature question papers are accessible At Edexcel, we offer English Language A, B and English Literature qualifications Edexcel International GCSE (9–1) English Language B qualification aims to extend.
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2 written papers - both exams are closed book which means that no texts are allowed. Tier entry. to both the Edexcel Level 1/Level 2 GCSE in English Literature and the Edexcel Level 1/Level 2 GCSE in English qualifications. Students must abide by the statutory requirements for the study of English at Key Understanding Prose *Unit code (Foundation): 5ET1F *Unit code (Higher): 5ET1H Externally assessed Availability: June.
English Literature, Unit 2: ‘Understanding Poetry’ Students will study the 15 set poems in the Edexcel Anthology in preparation for their Poetry exam in June Summer Term areas of study. A and As Level English Learners following the Cambridge International AS and A Level English syllabus will study a range of texts in the three main forms: prose, poetry and drama.
Set texts are offered from a wide range of different periods and cultures. Learners will develop skills of reading and analysis of texts, and are encouraged to undertake wider reading to aid understanding of the.Download