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  1. Exam Paper: Reading Passages (Extended)PART ONE Question 1: This question tests Reading Objectives R1–R3 (15 marks): • understand and collate explicit meanings • understand, explain and collate implicit meanings and attitudes • select, analyse and evaluate what is relevant to specific purposes AND Writing Objectives W1–W5 (5 marks): • articulate experience and express what is thought, felt and imagined • order and present facts, ideas and opinions • understand and use a range of appropriate vocabulary • use language and register appropriate to audience and context • make accurate and effective use of paragraphs, grammatical structures, sentences, punctuation and spelling. PLAN TO MEET THESE OBJECTIVES

  2. Planning: Three Steps Step One:  Know what you must do!  Read the task carefully.  Underline or highlight the words in the task that 'steer‘ you/direct you on what to do.  For example: How does Shakespeare create tension in Romeo and Juliet? (now I know that I need to discuss the techniques that Shakespeare uses to create tension in Romeo and Juliet) Your example: _________________________________________________________________ Step Two: Get your ideas flowing!  Step two is all about thinking and writing quickly:  blast the page with ideas in the form of lists or words/quotations thrown all over the place.  The order does not need to be logical at this point. For example: _________________________________________________________________ Step Three: Order, order, order!  In other words, collate your ideas into a structure.  At this point, it is vital that you identify the theme of each paragraph, write out the topic sentence and list the quotes/references that you will make.  Applying key terminology and discourse markers is always wise to do at this point.  Let me show you how I would sort out the notes from step two.

  3. Editing: Create questions to answer to yourself that ensure that you have met the objectives: Have I ordered my response logically? Have I accurately conveyed the attitudes and information required? ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________